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Are you the face of Chester Racecourse's video channel?
8:50pm Friday 2nd May 2014 in News
CHESTER Racecourse is on the hunt for a talented presenter who will help promote this year’s Boodles May Festival, which takes place from May 7 to 9.
The winning host will work with Chester’s talented film crew to produce a short morning preview programme, which will be distributed before racing via the racecourse’s social media channels.
The videos will showcase all-important elements of a day at the races, including fashion, lifestyle features, competitions and other unique raceday content.
Aspiring anchors are being encouraged to produce and upload a short video focusing on their passion onto YouTube.
The selected presenter will be given expert guidance from a professional presenter as part of the prize and will receive a show-reel of their highlights. Rebecca Masters, marketing manager at Chester racecourse said; “We’re really excited to be offering someone this unique opportunity to be part of a buzzing festival and to bring to life, the three-day Boodles May Festival to racegoers via social media.
“We anticipate some great entries for this opportunity but really encourage anyone with a passion for lifestyle, racing or TV to enter.” Anyone who wants to entre should produce a short video of themselves – no more than a minute long - presenting something they feel passionate about, upload it to their youtube page and send the link to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The top runners will be posted on Chester Racecourse’s Search for a Star youtube channel daily (http://www.youtube.com/user/SearchForAStarCR).
Entries close at midnight on Sunday, May 4. All entrants must be available to be present from Chester Racecourse on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9th May, May 7, 8 and 9.
Terms and conditions apply. The winner will be responsible for their own travel and accommodation. Meals will be provided during time of work.
For more information, contact MC2 on 0161 236 1352.
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