Vanity Fair Red Carpet Tweet Contest 1/28/13 1PP18+

Got what it takes to cover the red carpet? Prove your twitter savvy self in 140 characters @vfagenda @FIATUSA and tweet why you should win a trip to cover the Vanity Fair Campaign Hollywood event

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Eligibility: open to legal residents of the 50 United States and District of Columbia who are at least 18 years old as of the date of entry

Entry Dates: December 10, 2012 and ends 12:01am EST January 28, 2013

Enter Here | Rules Here

You must include your Twitter user name and a 140-character count description of why you would make the perfect red carpet twitter correspondent for Vanity Fair Agenda.

The winner will be required to live tweet coverage of each Campaign Hollywood event as well as all Campaign Hollywood activations (e.g. car displays) via @vfagenda.

Entry Limit: one entry per person and one entry per e-mail address.

All entries will be judged on or about 1/30/13 based on the following criteria:

  • originality of the 140-character essay (50%)
  • the wit and humor of the entrants twitter feed (25%)
  • the number of the twitter followers (25%)
  • The entry with highest overall score will be declared the potential winner

Any potential winner will be notified by mail, email and/or telephone.

One Grand Prize: the prize is two (2) coach airfare tickets from the major commercial airport nearest winner’s primary residence in the US to Los Angeles during Vanity Fair’s Campaign Hollywood; one standard hotel room for five nights; a $500 American Express gift certificate; and a $500 spa gift certificate.  The approximate retail value of the prize is $4,950

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