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Press Release: 25 Car Giveaway Xmas Campaign On Facebook

Christmas Car Give away 

Tokyo, Japan, November 11, 2013 – BE FORWARD CO., LTD, a used car exporter based in Japan, is running a social media campaign on Facebook called “BE FORWARD 25 Car Xmas Campaign”. The campaign starts on November 1,?2013 and ends on December 25, 2013. BE FORWARD’s Facebook Fans can enter the contest with a chance to win one of twenty five cars to be given away every day from December 1, 2013 through December 25, 2013. 

 

BE FORWARD sponsored two previous campaigns on Facebook with great success. “Our last two campaigns were amazing! We did photo contests on Facebook and received so many great entries,” said Hironori Yamakawa, President of BE FORWARD. “During the previous contests we gave away a single car each time. This year we wanted to do something much bigger and that is why we chose Christmas as a theme: 25 cars, 25 winners, over 25 days! And I felt it would be great to get the BE FORWARD staff involved by choosing 25 of them as judges to pick the daily winners.” 

Entrants to the “BE FORWARD 25 Car Xmas Campaign” must simply “Like” BE FORWARD’s Facebook Fan Page, fill in the entry form and answer the question “Why should you win a car?” for a chance to win. The winners will be chosen daily from December 1, 2013 through December 25, 2013 by twenty five staff members at BE FORWARD. The judging of the winners by BE FORWARD staff will be based on the stories they enter about why they should win a car. Voting is allowed by other Facebook Fans on the entries, but the twenty five BE FORWARD staff members will make the final judgments on the daily winners. 

“We are very, very excited about this campaign,” said BE FORWARD’s Chief Of Global Marketing, Billy Sekido. “We are always trying to ‘Move Forward’ and ‘Keep Smiling’ at BE FORWARD, and the chance to know what makes people around the world ‘think they should win a car’ makes this campaign so much fun for everyone!” 

The cars given away during the contest will be valued at a maximum of 2,500 USD each. The winners will be able to choose their prize from available BE FORWARD stock that meets the requirements of the winners’ country of residence. Additionally, BE FORWARD will cover the shipping charges to the nearest port of the winners free of charge. The winners will be responsible for any additional charges or fees within their own country. 

To enter the “BE FORWARD 25 Car Xmas Campaign” for a chance to win and to find full details, please visit BE FORWARD’s Campaign Page: http://www.beforward.jp/campaign/2013xmas

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