Doha, QATAR – Qatar Airways is back with another engaging social media photo contest, Reflections, through which the airline is giving away attractive prizes – Business and Economy Class air tickets and a total of 1.6 million Privilege Club Qmiles.
Entries may include up to eight photos under the following categories – Vibrant Cultures, Magnificent Cities, Breathtaking Nature and Exciting Journeys.
Professional to amateur photography enthusiasts may upload photos, share them across their social network and invite support from their friends, family and followers in the form of votes. They can also view, vote on, and share photos submitted by other contestants to accumulate points. Each point they earn converts into a lucky draw entry.
Prizes include 10 Business and 50 Economy Class tickets. Qatar Airways Privilege Club programme is offering a mammoth 1.6 million Qmiles to be shared among the winners.
Contestants are invited to submit their entries online at qatarairways.com/reflections until 30 June 2012.
Once the contest comes to a close, the best voted images will be rated by Qatar Airways’ panel of expert judges. The winning photographs will be announced on or before July 25.
As a bonus, every entrant gets an opportunity to enter a lucky draw for a chance to win one of 100 exciting prizes.
Qatar Airways’ Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker said that this contest was in line with the airline’s continued efforts to connect with its customers.
“As an aviation industry leader it is imperative that we build a strong relationship with our customers who use various social media platforms to find out about latest promotions at Qatar Airways,” he said.
“Coming up with exciting promotions to give back great benefits to our passengers is our way of celebrating what we have achieved over the last 15 years to take Qatar Airways to where it is today.”
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