Like watches? Want to report on them for Baume & Mercier from SIHH? Well, the company is inviting fans to submit videos to win a spot at SIHH courtesy of B&M. SIHH is the fanciest darn show you’ll ever attend (every reporter gets a sherpa to carry their notebooks and cameras!)
Give it a try. Can’t hurt.
Baume & Mercier is holding a contest on Facebook. We are inviting our 75,000 Fans to compete to become a “Very Special Reporter” at the SIHH (Salon International de La Haute Horlogerie).
Baume & Mercier Facebook fans are invited to post a video on the Baume & Mercier Facebook page where they explain why they love the Brand and why they are the best candidate to win. Two fans will win the opportunity to visit the SIHH in Geneva and to attend the spectacular event that Baume & Mercier will organize on January 17th. The famous, Swiss Maison d’Horlogerie will make sure to organize an unforgettable trip taking care of the flight, the hotel and reserve many other surprises for the 2 winners. By winning the contest, you also become a VSR, Very Special Reporters, followed by a cameraman, to cover the SIHH for the rest of the Facebook community like real TV reporters. Breaking news, interviews, backstage details, etc… The whole Baume & Mercier Facebook community will experience the event through the 2 winner’s eyes.
Through November 30th 2010, Fans are invited to post their video on Baume & Mercier Facebook Fan Page/ VSR tab.
On December 1st, the Baume & Mercier Grand Jury will announced the 5 Pre-Finalists on Baume & Mercier Facebook Fan Page and the community will vote to choose the 2 best candidates to become the Baume & Mercier Very Special Reporters.
On December 14th, Alain Zimmermann, CEO of Baume & Mercier will release on Facebook the names of the two VSR – Very Special Reporters of Baume & Mercier.
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