Kubota UK’s popular #MyKubota campaign is set for a return this spring, following a successful launch of the social media competition in 2015. Once again, Kubota is asking fans to submit photos and vote for their favourite ‘day in the life of their Kubota’ story, to be in with a chance of winning £500 Virgin Experience Days vouchers.
An impressive 95 stories were submitted for #MyKubota in 2015 and this year is set to be bigger and better. Entrants are asked to upload their funniest, most scenic or creative photos that depict how the machinery is used day-to-day. The entries will then be put to a public vote, where Kubota’s Facebook community will decide which entry they ‘like’ the most.
Up for grabs this year is £500 Virgin Experience Days vouchers, an exclusive Kubota merchandise pack, plus the opportunity to attend private Kubota product testing events. In addition, the first 50 entries will all receive a free Kubota cap.
Last year’s competition was won by Derek Jones, following submission of a photo of his G23 Series ride on mower, which he uses to maintain Glan Gors Holiday Park in Anglesey. Derek won a £500 Virgin Experience Days voucher and will be featured in his own #MyKubota video case study later this year.
Dave Roberts, Kubota UK’s MD, said: “As the My Kubota campaign turns a year old, I’m delighted to see entries open again this summer. We love interacting with operators daily about how they’re using their machines, and the campaign provides a way to reward loyal users and hear what they have to say.
“Over the past year we’ve also been visiting Kubota owners all over the country to create My Kubota video case studies. The videos offer another glimpse into how our machinery is used day-to-day, from maintaining an alpaca farm, to the high profile work of the groundcare team at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium – all of which can all be found on our YouTube channel.”
Photos entries for the latest #MyKubota competition can be submitted between Monday 2 May and Sunday 12 June, with voting commencing shortly after. Fans can enter on the Kubota Facebook page or via Twitter using the hashtag #MyKubota.
Whether you’re getting the lawns back into action for spring with a ride on mower, transporting materials in an RTV, farm work with an agricultural tractor or getting local authority parks ready for the summer, Kubota is looking for a variety of entries for the public to choose their favourite.
For more information about how to enter, or to stay up to date with #MyKubota activities: