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Facebook competition offers R25,000 to school

17 Jan 2013 10:10
Legal & Tax, a provider of affordable legal cover and tax services, has just launched its 25,000 reasons to 'Like' your school Facebook competition, which will result in a Gauteng school being awarded R25,000.
Facebook competition offers R25,000 to schoolThe competition opened this week for nominations and voting will start on 28 January 2013. One lucky voter will also win a cash prize of R5000.

Once fans have nominated a school on Facebook, they can help it to get the votes it needs to win by tweeting the nomination to #backtoschool @LegalandTax and asking their followers to vote for their school of choice.

"Over the years, thousands of people have shown their belief in us by making us a leader in the legal insurance industry and now we want to give back to the community through this competition," says Benjy Porter, CEO at Legal & Tax.

"We see this competition as an extension of our business getting ordinary people through those difficult moments in their lives whether it be a motor vehicle accident, an unfair dismissal or a building dispute."
    
 
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