Tweet to Win a $700 Camera Courtesy of Dove
Do you shy away as soon as a camera comes out?
Dove discovered that less than 3% of Canadian women love the way they look in all photos* and 82% of Canadian women would describe themselves as camera shy† . Why is it that we struggle to see our own beauty even though we have no problem seeing it in our friends? How can we change these statistics and help inspire Canadian women to feel confident enough with their own beauty to embrace the camera?
We’ve teamed up with Dove to discuss these questions and put the focus on celebrating real beauty with our #BeautifulYouContest Twitter Party.
Join us Tuesday, July 29th on Twitter for an hour of compelling conversation and your chance to win great prizes.
One Grand Prize winner will receive a camera valued at $700! We hope it will encourage her to get in front of the camera and celebrate her own unique beauty.
Six Secondary Prize winners will receive a Beautiful You prize pack! Each prize pack, valued at $100 each, contains assorted Dove products and a $50 President's Choice Gift Card.
Here’s how to participate:
1. Follow @YMCBuzz on Twitter.
2. Join us on Twitter at 9pm ET / 6pm PT, Tuesday, July 29, 2014.
3. Watch for tweets from @YMCBuzz and tweet your answers to our questions using the hashtag #BeautifulYouContest for your chance to win.
Click on the "enter now" button below to follow @YMCBuzz so you can get all the details in your Twitter stream.
YMC Rules & Regs
No purchase necessary. Limit of five entries per person/Twitter account per Contest Giveaway Period. Open only to residents of Canada (excluding Quebec). Must be age of majority. Contest Giveaway closes 10pm ET July 29, 2014. Odds of winning a Prize depend on number of eligible entries received. Total approximate retail value of Grand Prize is $700.00 CDN and each of the Six (6) Secondary Prizes is $100.00 CDN. By entering this contest, you agree to abide by the Contest Rules, agree to accept any Prize as awarded and agree that all decisions made by YummyMummyClub.ca in regards to this Contest are final. *Based on 2013 (EB) survey of 505 Canadian women, (Dove, 2013). †Camera shyness as defined as: hidden from the camera, behind someone or something, made an excuse to do something else, said “no” and stopped them taking a photo, felt shy, hidden your face, hidden your body, felt self-conscious.