UBC’s Got Talent Twitter Contest!
Are you talented at Twitter?
This contest is open to all members of the UBC Community: staff, students, faculty, residents, alumni and even people that have a general interest in UBC.
Here are the details:
On March 29th, UBC will host UBC’s Got Talent, a variety show showcasing various talent within the UBC community. Tickets to the event can be purchased at the Bookstore.
Winners receive two tickets valued at ten dollars to the event. They can claim tickets at the box office the day of the event.
Here’s how to play:
- RT @ubcevents whenever we tweet out info about @ubcgottalent and follow us to enter
- One entry per person regardless of the number of tweets.
- We will draw the winner by latest Sunday, March 25th.
Winners: Make sure you check your Twitter Sunday night or Monday morning or we will give away your ticket. You must email email@example.com with your name and number.
That’s it! Happy Tweeting!
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