We are looking for SA’s most festive house for 2019
Business Insider South Africa is looking for South Africa’s best festively-decorated home for the holidays for 2019. And we need your help to find them.
Read about 2018's best decorated holiday home winner here.
Whether it be the most intricate lighting display, or a simple string of lights representing an emotional journey – we want to hear about these special homes.
And we are giving you – our reader – the ultimate responsibility to select the final winner by voting on Facebook.
Nominating is easy!
- Step 1) Take a high-quality picture of the decorated home
- Step 2) Attach the picture to an email
- Step 3) Include the nominee's name, surname and contact number
- Step 4) Include the decorator's name, surname, location and contact number
- Step 5) Tell us why the house should be crowned South Africa's best in 30 words or less
- Step 6) Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All entries will be featured in a Facebook album and the house with the most likes (excluding comments and shares) by December 29, 23:00, will be crowned the winner. So, the sooner you enter, the better. Entries close December 27, 23:00.
The winner will be featured on Business Insider South Africa and walk away with the title of South Africa's best festively decorated home.
* Only residences and private homes can enter. No corporate buildings/apartment entries will be accepted.
* Business Insider South Africa reserves the right to select the final winner based on availability.
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