Home Business LG unveils Nano Ni Noma Influencer Campaign to reward...

LG unveils Nano Ni Noma Influencer Campaign to reward lucky winners with 55” Nanocell TV

LG East Africa has unveiled a campaign that seeks to reward 5 lucky Kenyans with one of its 55inch Nanocell TV sets. The challenge which is expected to run for a duration of three weeks from 3rd July until 24th of July is open to all Kenyan residents who are not directly involved with LG including employees of LG or from third party firms associated with the company.

Requirements for LG Ni Noma influencer campaign

  • You must be a Kenyan resident not affiliated in anyway with the company. This includes all relatives of any third-party company that is directly associated with LG.
  • You ought to have attained at least a minimum of 18 years to qualify – no minors allowed
  • The competition will be open to all Kenyan residents from 3rd July 2020 – 24th July 2020.

How to Participate in the competition;

Create an interesting short clip that lasts between 30 and 60 seconds showcasing your talent to be chosen for the LG Influencer campaign

Upload the video at: http://nanoninoma.com/

Judging:

The panel of judges comprising of Wahu, Nameless, DJ Moh, LG Electronics marketing team and Disruptive Media team will pick the best 100 videos.

Rewards;

The top 100 selected will be briefed on a series of engagement of which the top 5 will be then awarded a brand new 55” Nanocell TV.

2 COMMENTS

LEAVE A COMMENT

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Kenya Airways considers operating commercial drones to diversify revenue source

The Kenya Airways, commonly known by acronym KQ, is apparently considering operating commercial drones as it seeks on more ways to generate...

Telkom customers to livestream SuperSport channel with a free Showmax Pro mobile subscription

Telkom Kenya customers will now be able to live stream sports via the SuperSport channel with a free Showmax Pro mobile subscription...

Safaricom out to support e-waste management efforts from the informal sector

Kenya’s largest mobile service provider – Safaricom has announced plans to support the informal sector in management of the electronic waste. The...

The iPhone 12 Mini set to become the best value iPhone from the announced trio

When Tim Cook took to the stage in a pre-recorded event that was streamed live and announced a series of new iPhones,...

How to pay for the Kenya ferry services using MPESA on your mobile phone

Just recently, the Kenya Ferry Services and Safaricom inked a deal in which customers would be able to pay for services offered...

Kenyan CRBs drop 337 digital lenders from forwarding names of defaulters for backlisting

Kenyan credit reference bureaus have barred 337 unregulated digital lenders from forwarding names of defaulters for blacklisting. This comes a few months...

How to withdraw money from unaitas sacco account to MPESA using a phone

Members of the Unitas Sacco can withdraw money from their accounts to MPESA using a USSD code right on their mobile phone....

Digital tax defaulters to face huge fines instead of earlier recommendations to be barred

Foreign and local companies that fail to comply with Kenya’s digital tax requirements will now face huge fines instead of earlier recommendations...