'Christmas-up' some VMI kit and win a Xmas hamper!
VMI Christmas-Up Our Kit Competition
The team at GTC sponsors VMI are already dreaming of a White Christmas – so to add a bit of fun & to get their clients in the festive mood they are offering someone the chance to win an Abel & Cole Christmas Hamper.
Simply tweet them a picture of their kit getting in the Christmas spirit with the #vmichristmas. It could be a camera wearing a Santa Hat, or baubles hanging from the mattebox etc. The criteria for awarding the winner will be extremely open to interpretation so they are leaving it up to your creative genius!
Send in your entry by 16 December.
Tweet #vmichristmas to enter – or post images to the VMI Facebook page.
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