Read the BHbeat print edition win an iPod Shuffle!

18 August 2011 No Comments

This competition is now closed. And the winner is

Congratulations to Loki Gray, who so far seems to be one of our youngest readers! This picture won him an iPod Shuffle!

Read the BHbeat print edition & win an iPod Shuffle!

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To celebrate the launch of the BHbeat.com print edition, we gave you the chance to win a funky cool iPod Shuffle. All you had to do to be in with the chance of winning is send us a picture of you, reading the print edition.

Read the BHbeat print edition & win an iPod Shuffle!

It goes without saying, but we’ll say it any way – don’t do anything that could be dangerous to you or others to get a good shot, but do get a bit creative if you like. Read it on Iford Bridge for example, at Poole Quay perhaps, or with Pokesdown’s new fabulous artwork as the back drop. Even if it’s reading it on a bench in Bournemouth gardens, we want to see it!

You can enter three ways: upload your picture to our Facebook wall, tweet the picture to @bhbeat or email it to photo-contest@bhbeat.com.  You’ve got until 30th August 12pm to enter. The winner will be announced online, and in Issue 2 of BHbeat the print edition, out on 1st September 2011. Good luck!Read the BHbeat print edition & win an iPod Shuffle!

Terms: 1 BHbeat is an independent media outlet and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Apple Inc. 2 Apple is not a participant or sponsor of this promotion. 3 Winners will be selected from all entries that are validly received. Editor’s decision is final. 4 Winner can collect prize from BHbeat offices, Winton, or request delivery to your home address. 5 No cash alternative. 6 Employees or close associates of BHbeat.com are not eligible to win. 7 Winning picture will be printed in next print edition. 8 -  Competition closes at 12 midday Tuesday 30th August 2011.

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