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Hyundai Philippines launches online photo contest

Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. (HARI) invites photo bugs to join and showcase their creative photography through the Hyundai Philippines Facebook Page. At stake is P50,000 for each of the top 15 winners.

The contest theme revolves around shining with Hyundai under any of these five (5) categories: People, Places, Events, Animals, and Fashion. Photo entries must include an element or subject related to a Hyundai car model or dealership authorized by Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI). Participants may choose to compete in up to two of five (5) categories.

To join, like the Hyundai PH Facebook page to access the “I Shine” application. Fill out the form with your complete details. Select a category and upload a photo with a caption showing how you Shine with Hyundai. Contest is open until 27 September 2013.

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