To Promote their new line of products and popularise the new “Photon” scanning technology, Bitdefender launched a photo contest called Get Your PhotON.
To participate in the contest you just need to upload two photos showing how Great things get Better and you could Win some exclusive prizes: a Vintage Polaroid 600 Camera Kit, a Samsung Galaxy Camera or NEW Bitdefender licenses.
So to participate in “Get Your PhotON” contest head-over to www.bitdefender.com/getyourphoton, then upload 2 photos and create a mashup, share the resulting image and get votes. There will be prizes for image uploaders and as well as for voters.
For participating in the contest, you must have a valid Facebook account to log in to the contest page and you must vote or upload at least one image that suggests the theme of the Campaign: evolution, technology, innovation. Only approved images are considered eligible for participation in the Campaign.
A participant cannot vote his own images. There is a limit of 1 vote for each photo from one participant, but there is no limit for the maximum number of photos to be voted.
Two uploaders will be selected to win either the Bitdefender’s Choice Prize or the Popularity Prize. The winner will be chosen by a jury and will be the author of the most creative,with the largest number of votes and well executed image that suggest the campaign theme: innovation, evolution, technology. The jury is made of Andra Cazacu, Bitdefender Product Marketing Manager, Cristina Andrei, Social Media Manager and Alin Vlad Global Social Media Coordinator.
The Popularity Prize consists of a Vintage Polaroid 600 Camera Kit priced at 210$ with VAT and the Bitdefender’s Choice Prize consists of Samsung Galaxy Camera EK-GC100 priced at 2049.99 RON with VAT.
For voters, you can Win 10 licenses of Bitdefender Total Security, 10 licenses of Internet Security and 10 licenses of Antivirus Plus licenses. So total of 30 voters will be selected via http://www.random.org/lists/ .
Note: Get your Photon contest will end on 01.08.2013, 00:00 pm (GMT +2:00).