Join the Blog Squad

By David Beddows | 16/09/2010 0 comments

Join the Blog Squad

MILLERS fans are being urged to put their literary skills to the test by becoming an official Johnstone's Paint Trophy blogger for the second round of action.

Competition organisers are urging young supporters to put their names up in floodlights and score some memorable headlines, courtesy of its official Blog Squad campaign.

Johnstone's is  on the look-out for budding sports journalists between the ages of 9 and 14 to write about their side's performances in the trophy in time for the second round on October 5 and 6, when the Millers visit Burton Albion.

Every one of the chosen Blog Squad'members will be given four free tickets for every home game that their team plays in.

And in a further incentive, if a blogger's team makes it through to the final of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, they will get the chance to attend exclusive trophy tours in their home towns, interview selected players, and win four hospitality tickets to the Wembley final on Sunday 3rd April 2011. 

Following each match, the winners will be expected to email their blogs to display on the official Johnstone's Paint Trophy site for all of their fellow fans to view.

The better their teams do, the more opportunities to get closer to their beloved clubs and secure themselves some top prizes and giveaways in the process.

Johnstone's is now inviting all budding bloggers to email a photo of themselves in their team kit colours along with a brief explanation of why they would like to become part of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Blog Squad to ben@connect-group.com.

For your chance to become a member of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy's Blog Squad email your photo to ben@connect-group.com today!  
 


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