#comedinewithTHE competition

April 18, 2011

Times Higher Education is giving away the prize of a lifetime. But not for this competition. No, the winner of this competition will see themselves (and a friend/acquaintance of their choice) whisked (not literally) away to London and treated to a slap-up meal at a swanky location (probably The Ivy) by Ann Mroz, editor of THE, and one other THE staff member of their choice.

To enter, all you need to do is use the hashtag #comedinewithTHE on Twitter at some point before 3 May. You can only enter once, but feel free to use the hashtag twice, thrice, or maybe even more in a shoddy attempt to fool our data gatherers (it will probably work).

Terms and conditions:

1. Employees of TSL Education are not eligible to enter. It’s not that Ann doesn’t want you there…Ok, fine: Ann doesn’t want you there. This means that the only way THE staff members can benefit from this is by shamelessly engaging in self-promotion in the hope the winner will pick them to come along as part of their prize.

2. The competition will close on 3 May and the winner will be announced in the week beginning 9 May.

3. The editor’s decision is final and binding in all matters. Seriously: don’t mess with her.

4. The editor has decreed that Wes Streeting is not allowed to enter. If he would like to complain about this, he is advised to re-read rule 3.

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