Spring is here and what better way to celebrate than with a wardrobe change! We want to see what you’re wearing. Show us your favorite outfit, your new threads, or even an outfit that you may think is a little embarrassing (we all have those bridesmaid’s dresses, don’t we?) Show us your outfit, and enter in our new Instagram and Twitter contest: #TolunaOutfit! As always, there will be two winners who take home 15,000 points each – one selected from Instagram and the other selected from Twitter.
To enter, simply:
- Follow @Toluna on Instagram or Twitter, depending on which platform you enter from
- Select a picture of your outfit, upload it to Twitter or Instagram
- Tag your picture with the hashtag #TolunaOutfit
- On both Twitter and Instagram, you must follow @Toluna on to be eligible
This contest is Instagram & Twitter Exclusive. You must post your photo between 1 September and 30 September to participate.
And we’re proud to announce the winners of #TolunaTravel2! Among the hundreds of vacation worthy entries, @toniadiclemente was selected from the Instagram entries, and @sharonginger was selected via Twitter. They will each be receiving 15,000 points. Congratulations!
Best of luck to those entering #TolunaOutfit! We look forward to seeing your entries.
See you soon on the site, Instagram or Twitter
The Toluna Team
*Promotion Rules: Winners will be selected at random by 8 October 2016 at 5pm EST and must follow directions of the contest. The member must have a Toluna.com account or be willing to create an account to receive the points. Points will be awarded to winners within 5 days after the contest has ended and will be uploaded directly to user’s accounts. The winner will be notified on their Instagram or Twitter entry that they have won. Posts must not contain any language that is obscene, insulting, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, libelous, untrue, misleading or invasive of someone else’s privacy. Toluna reserves the right to review all posts for content, and withhold bonus points from any user violating the rules mentioned above