THE PLT CANADA GREEN RIDE ROAD TRIP PLAYLIST CONTEST
June 20, 2019
Submit your favorite road-trip songs for a chance to win a one-year subscription to Spotify Premium! We’ll compile all song suggestions into a custom Spotify playlist to keep Zac motivated as he crosses the half-way mark across the country on his Picolo Vélo wooden bicycle, during the Green Ride for Green Jobs.
Note that the contest is only open to those who have registered through PLT Canada’s Green Jobs website, either as a job seeker or employer. If you have already been hired into a Green Job, or you have already hired your employee for the summer, don’t worry, you are eligible to win as well!
There is still funding and many opportunities available to both potential employers and job seekers. Register today!
Entries must be received before Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 11:59 pm Eastern Time.
This contest is only open to those who have registered through PLT Canada’s Green Jobs website, either as a job seeker or employer. If you have already been hired into a Green Job, or you have already hired your employee for the summer, don’t worry, you are eligible to win as well!
Each song suggestion gives you one entry into the contest.
Maximum of three entries (three songs) per person. Songs must not contain explicit content.
Songs can be suggested via Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.
You must tag #MyGreenJob and #GreenRidePlaylistContest when submitting your song suggestions (otherwise you won’t be entered in the draw).
You must follow us on the social network you use to submit your entry so that we can contact you in the event you are the winner.
Contest winners will allow PLT Canada to interview them, and publish their photo, story and social media handles to its website, newsletter, and social media.
The winning name will be drawn at random on Monday, July 15, 2019 at 12 pm Eastern Time.
PLT Canada will announce the winner on its website by Friday, July 19, 2019.
We will also post the complete track listing to our website, including the usernames and handles of our Green Jobs participants who submitted each song.
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