We at Toluna are joining you in the festive spirit with the launch of the #TolunaTree contest. This Twitter-exclusive contest will give you the chance to win some extra points this holiday season and we’re giving away a total of 165,000! Read on for details:
Starting today (December 10th) you have the chance to compete and win the following prizes:
- Grand Prize: 75,000 points
- First Prize: 45,000 points
- Second Prize: 30,000 points
- Third Prize: 15,000 points
It’s quite simple, to qualify*:
- Follow us on Twitter @Toluna
- Send us a tweet with a picture of your beautifully decorated Christmas tree.
- Include your Toluna username in the picture.
- Attach the hashtag #TolunaTree.
Remember to be creative, colorful and original. We look forward to seeing your #TolunaTrees, so start tweeting today. Who knows, we might even tweet you back something festive!
The Toluna Team
*Promotion Rules: Open to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Ireland residents, age 13 and over, who are active members of Toluna. Participants must meet all criteria specified and send us a picture via twitter. The post must be created between Tuesday December 10,2013 12:00 AM EST and December 26, 2013. Entries are only valid if there is a picture included. Winners will be picked at random and also based on the quality of the post: 75,000 points will be issued as Grand Prize, 1st prize will receive 45,000 points, 2nd prize 30,000 points and 3rd prize 10,000 points. Points will be uploaded directly to user’s accounts no later than January 1, 2014. The tweet and picture must adhere to the Toluna Member Code of Conduct , and also be coherent and not contain random strings of letters, numbers or characters. Posts must not contain any language that is obscene, insulting, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, libelous, untrue, misleading or invasive of someone else’s privacy. Toluna reserves the right to review all posts for content, and withhold bonus points from any user violating the rules mentioned above. Inappropriate posts will be removed, and the user’s account may be subject to closure for violating theToluna Member Code of Conduct.