Friday , December 14 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Remember to register your dream at HTC One Day I Will for the chance to win $25K

Telstra’s competition, which is designed to inspire you to ‘live a brilliant life’ by giving away $25,000 is about to close.

The HTC One Day I Will campaign has seen a number of prizes such as HTC One M9 phones and HTC RE cameras given away over the course of the competition, but the big prize is about to go off. The competition is inspired by Sebastian Terry, a man who was inspired to create a list of 100 Things to do before he died, after the death of a close friend. He’s ticked off a fair few, but HTC is interested in seeing yours.

The competition is a good brand awareness opportunity for HTC, the ‘Brilliant’ tag line has been a mainstay of HTC for years. HTC Australia and New Zealand Country Manager Ben Hodgson said when they launched the campaign that it reflects HTCs vision to enable brilliance with its customers.

We feel that ‘One Day I Will’ taps into an existing movement, helping people set and achieve goals and lead a brilliant life. And we are excited about the prospect of uncovering some inspiring and spectacular stories of everyday people doing extraordinary things.

The HTC One Day I Will competition launched back in August, but is now drawing to a close, with entries closing on October 30.

To register your dream, head over to HTCOneDay and you could have $25,000 to make your dream come true.

Source: HTCOneDay.

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