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Capture a Jersey winter and help get the visitors in

Capture a Jersey winter and help get the visitors in

Saturday 14 November 2015

Capture a Jersey winter and help get the visitors in

Snap your best wintery shot of the Island and you could help get some new visitors chilling out here and get a good taste of Jersey yourself.

Visit Jersey has launched a new competition on social media and wants to see your pictures that showcase the Island at its best during the chillier months.

And if you post and share them on Visit Jersey’s Facebook page you could be in with a chance of winning a night out at a top local restaurant.

Visit Jersey’s Head of Marketing Adam Caerlewy-Smith said: “Personal recommendations are incredibly powerful and we want to harness local knowledge and encourage residents to share what makes Jersey special, during this time.


“There are 58,000 Facebook accounts in Jersey – that is 60% of the island.  Based on the reach of locals’ social networks, we know that if everyone who uses Facebook, on the island, was to 'share Jersey' we could reach an astonishing 10.4 million people.” 

Visit Jersey's winter campaign 'Escape to Jersey' is designed to inspire city dwellers to take a break on the Island. The website introduces visitors to local legends, shares 'insider' secrets and immerses visitors in some stunning scenery, luxury spas and first-class winter produce and cuisine.


The winner will be announced on the Visit Jersey Facebook page.


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