Sher Singh, the flagship Lifestyle brand from Exclusively.In has launched a Facebook Fan page contest, earlier today. India’s cricketing Hero, Zaheer ‘Zak’ Khan is the Brand Ambassador and President of Sher Singh Nation. The contest entitled ‘‘Become Zaheer’s Style Manager” is live and accessible here. The contest will run from 26th December 2011 to 10th February 2012. All you need to do is ‘Like‘ Sher Singh page on Fb, and then upload a photo of yours.

Image from IndiaToday

GRAND PRIZE is to WIN Rs. 5 Lakh plus a trip for 2 to Australia.

In addition, there will be:

  • 2 Daily Winners – they will be given free Sher Singh tshirts (check out their current collection online here)
  • 2 Weekly Winners – will win a shopping spree on worth Rs. 5000
  • Anyone uploads the pic will also be given a Rs. 300 off coupon code.

Global brands like Sher Singh are utilizing Social Media in innovative fashion for promoting their brand(s) online, and more importantly, to connect to end-users and customers in a more meaningful way. Besides Facebook, the other 2 social media platforms which are currently being used for brand promotion and contests include Twitter and FourSquare (both saw some amazing contests this year from some of the biggest and most innovative Retail, Fashion, Automobile brands in the world) and as social networks mature and gain momentum, we can expect more such contests and prizes from Sher Singh in the near future.

For the time being, hurry and don’t loose the chance of WINNING Rs. 5 Lakh plus a trip for 2 to Australia. Support your team playing in Australia by participating in this Contest.


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