The University of Bedfordshire and The Mall Luton are inviting students to use their vlogging skills to help them win £300.
To celebrate the new season, The Mall Luton is inviting new and returning students to head down to the centre and vlog their fashion finds.
The competition, which ends on Thursday 31 October, will see students visit the shopping centre – highlighting the latest trends and their favourite pieces from stores in The Mall.
Bedfordshire is working alongside The Mall to launch the competition to students in the surrounding area.
To enter the competition, The Mall is asking students to email their vlogs to AMP.Luton@themall.co.uk
The Mall will then be uploading these videos to their Instagram TV and YouTube channel. The winning vlog will be chosen at random and announced on Wednesday 6 November.
Students – you could win £300 as part of @TheMallLuton vlogging competition! This is the perfect way to showcase your media/fashion skills and also have your vlog on The Mall’s very own IGTV and YouTube. For more info click here: https://t.co/wp6z46EAJt pic.twitter.com/b7nsrnVZNu— uniofbeds (@uniofbeds) October 7, 2019
Bob Cozens, Director of Marketing at University of Bedfordshire, said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with Luton Mall on this exciting vlogging competition.
“We know how talented Bedfordshire students are and we’re delighted to give them this opportunity to showcase it.”
Lavinia Douglass, Marketing Manager at The Mall Luton, added: “We’re delighted to launch our first ever vlogging competition and we’re looking forward to showcasing the vlogs on our social media channels.
“The competition is a fun way for students to highlight the latest trends plus their finds from here at The Mall, whilst fine tuning their vlogging skills. One lucky vlogger will also win £300 to spend here in the centre – a great prize for students on a budget.”
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