“Our fans have talent” competition

OUR FANS HAVE TALENT: We are giving away €750 in donations to HSE services but first we need your videos! Got a sports skill? Have you got a good impression in your locker or perhaps you fancy yourself as a comedian?

Send us your videos via a Facebook message with the most entertaining entry winning a €500 donation to the hospital of your choice and the runner up a €250 donation.

Get those videos into us via a Facebook message by midnight on Sunday 19th April.

Our Fans Have Talent Terms and Conditions
1.Bar One Racing “Our Fans Got Talent” is a social media based talent competition with winners voted by our Facebook fans. The overall winner will win €500 to donate to their local HSE facility and the runner-up will win €250 to donate to the HSE facility of their choice.
2. To enter, you must record and send us a video of you performing your talent in a private message on any of our social media platforms. The video must be no shorter than 20 seconds and no longer than one minute. You must introduce yourself at the beginning of the video stating your name, town or city you live and your age at the start of your video (this introduction will not use allocated seconds given)
3. Bar One Racing “Our Fans Got Talent” must be aged at least 18 years old to enter.You must also provide photo ID as proof of age
4.We require a minimum of 21 videos to proceed with this competition
5. Closing date for entry is Sunday 19th April at midnight
6. BarOneRacing Ltd reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions without prior notice. Any changes will be posted on
7.By submitting video you consent to enter the draw you consent to the storage, use and transfer of your personal data by BarOneRacing Ltd for marketing and related purposes.
8.The competition and these terms and conditions will be governed by the law of Ireland and all and any questions or disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Irish courts.

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