Published on 2016-02-01     1124 views    0 Comments

Click a Selfie with Your Valentine and win a dinner date

Selfie with Your Valentine is a contest organized by Incentive Holidays where you can click a selfie with your loved ones and inbox the photo to Incentive Holidays’s Facebook page. The photo will be uploaded on the Incentive Holiday’s Facebook timeline by Incentive Holidays team. The maximum number of likes collected on the uploaded photo will determine the winner and the winner will get a chance to go on a “Romantic Date on Valentine’s Day” for 2 people (Participant and partner).

Contest Period
The contest will begin on 18th Jan 2016   and will end on 11th Feb 2016 at 12 Noon. The winner of the contest will be announced on 12th Feb 2016 (Valentine’s Day, 14th Feb 2016).

This contest is open for all (except the past and current employees of IGC) with age criteria of 16 and above.

How to enter
To enter in the contest, the participants should click a selfie with their loved ones and inbox their photo in Incentive Holiday’s Facebook page. The photo will be uploaded in the facebook timeline by Incentive Holidays team. The participants should have to recommend it to all their friends and relatives to get a maximum number of likes on their photo to win the contest.

Winner selection
The winners of the contest will be selected on the basis of maximum number of likes in the photo in facebook. Instructions for prize will be sent via e-mail, Facebook message or telephone to the prize winner. Each entrant is responsible for monitoring his/her e-mail account and Facebook for prize notification and receipt or other communications related to this contest.


  •     Grand prize: Dinner for 2 (Participant and Partner) at The Garden Terrace restaurant, Soaltee Crown Plaza.
  •     First Runner up: Dinner for 2 (Participant and Partner) at Manaslu Hotel.
  •     Second Runner up: Dinner for 2 (Participant and Partner) at Wellness restaurant.

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