Dec. 2, 2011
-- HomeSun, the leading solar specialist, is giving away a dream weekend break to Paris worth one thousand pounds to the lucky winner of its Festive Photo Contest. Until the 9th December 2011, visitors to HomeSun’s Facebook page or website can upload their favourite festive photo – it can be of yourself, family and friends, pets, a landscape or of your best Christmas pud; whatever the Christmas season means to you and yours.
HomeSun’s Facebook fans will then be able to vote for their favourite photo from December 10th to December 18th. The entrant who receives the most votes for their photo will be announced on December 20th and will win a £1000 trip to Paris.
“New photos are being added to our Christmas album all the time so hurry and post yours, then get your family and friends to vote and you might be whisked away on a dream weekend to Paris sometime in 2012!” says Estee Chaikin, Marketing Manager at HomeSun.
“Photos can be cute, laugh out loud hilarious or simply a reminder of why this is such a great time of year. It’s exciting to see the new ones coming in and we hope everyone will take a look and choose their favourite during the voting from the 10th December. Good luck everyone!”
Entrants may only submit one photograph and cannot vote for their own entry. Full terms and conditions on http://www.homesun.com/
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HomeSun, the solar specialist, has been making it easy for thousands of homeowners to generate their own energy with Free Solar and SolarShare, with free maintenance for 25 years.
HomeSun has a big vision that is almost breathtakingly simple: we want to revolutionize the way that people power their homes by making domestic renewable energy commonplace, easy and affordable, starting with Solar PV. At HomeSun, we would like to think that homes that are not self sufficient in some way will be the odd ones out, not the other way round. In the not too distant future, most homes could be able to produce some of their own energy in some way - energy that is clean, that saves money, improves the homes' value and cuts carbon emissions.