Participate in Carrentals.co.uk’s Video Challenge and win free iPad

by William ASTON on July 13, 2010

Carrentals.co.uk has launched a new competition that could see one lucky winner getting a free Apple iPad.

Beginning this week and running until the 30th of September, ‘The Carrentals.co.uk Video Challenge’ will offer customers the chance to submit video entries via YouTube pertaining to cars. The car-themed competition will be hosted on YouTube with Carrentals.co.uk’s YouTube page housing all approved selections.

To submit an entry, simply access the Carrental.co.uk YouTube page and use your own YouTube account to post a submission. Entries must be 90 seconds or shorter and feature cars or a car. All entrants will be judged and the top three will be selected for prizes. Approved submissions will appear on the YouTube page for the duration of the competition with winners being announced on 14 October 2010.

The top rated video selection will receive a 16GB Apple iPad. Second and third place runner-ups will be gifted with vouchers for various retailers. For more information and details on the contest rules, regulations and requirements visit the campaign’s dedicated website at  www.carrentals.co.uk/video-comp.

Gareth Robinson, Carrentals.co.uk’s Managing Director, said: “We know what an important role video plays on the Internet these days, which is why we wanted to bring together a selection of the best car-related clips for people to watch all in one place. The videos can be on anything relating to cars, but have to make the Carrentals judges laugh and they must be legal, safe and comply with all terms and conditions for the entrant to be in with a chance of winning an iPad.”

Carrentals.co.uk has been operating as a price comparator and car hire booking site within the UK gaining prominence as a leader in car rental bargains. Visit the website to instantly book great deals on car hire from numerous car hire firms in an assortment of destinations.

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