Realme, a brand that has launched a number of game-changing smartphones to the Philippine market is now looking for its next set of brand ambassadors by inviting 18 to 30 year-old participants who are ready to face the task of representing the brand and its values.
Two winners, one male and one female, will get a cash prize of PhP50,000 each, the latest realme smartphone which is set for a launch some time before the year ends, and PhP 5 million worth of promotional literature exposure and realme-branded items which include the tech backpack and buds. The winners will also be hosted by the realme Philippines team at its headquarters in Taguig City for photo and video shoots.
“Realme would like to offer a creative platform to the youth who embody the brand’s core of youthful energy and real value. We look forward to receiving your entries. We are excited to create fun and exciting campaigns and content with you.”
– realme Philippines Marketing Lead, Eason de Guzman
Interested participants are required to submit a 1-minute video wherein they must explain why they are the perfect fit for the role of representing the brand that is proud to be young. It should exhibit pride in what the participant dares to do as a young trailblazer (Ex: “I dare to be extreme because the world is filled with adventures that I am excited to try”).
All entry videos should also start with a realme clip that can be downloaded here, and must be posted publicly across all of the participant’s social media accounts – Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Realme Philippines (@realmePH) must also be tagged in the posts, and should include the hashtags #DareToRepresentRealme and #RealmePH in the caption.
The new ambassadors of realme Philippines will be announced via a livestream on its Facebook Page on September 9, 2019.
Deadline of submission is on September 1, 2019. For more information, click here.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.