Wrangler is on a quest to find the ultimate adventure-seeker who is passionate about Photography, food, music, culture or travel. Is this you? Enter the wrangler #Truewanderer and win yourself USD$ 5000 towards an international trip paid by the denim brand, Wrangler.
Supported by trailblazers in their respective industries, each passion point will see a few of SA’s biggest names getting involved. From “The Expressionist” Anthony Bila; stylist and founder of the ever-popular website According To Jerri (ATJ), Jerri Mokgofe, to singer and songwriter, Chad Saaiman; the search for a True Wanderer promises to be adventure of a lifetime.
A panel of expert judges, who will help decide on who the winner of the grand prize is, includes curator and SA’s King of Cool Tebello “Tibz” Motsoane, international trailblazer & Elle Magazine South Africa’s first Style Reporter, Trevor Stuurman, as well as television presenter and producer of The Man Cave SA, Janez Vermeiren.
Wrangler’s search for a #TrueWanderer to #WanderWithPassion provides an opportunity for you to follow your passion on the open road and share your experiences.
The Top five (5) best rated entries, validated by the Wrangler team as well as the judges, will be selected as finalists to participate in a three-day journey on the open road, expenses paid for by Wrangler. All participants will be required to submit live blogs chronicling their trip, and one wanderer will win the grand prize. What’s more, the five finalists will get several Wrangler goodies to deck them out on their journey.
All you have to do is submit your entry by visiting http://www.wrangler-ap.com/za between 7 March and 15 April 2016 to register your profile and upload 5 images along with a video, then promoting your profile on social media and get people to vote for you.
Get ready for an adventure of your life. Tell Wrangler why you should be the next True Wanderer.
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