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You Can Win $500 Just For Taking A Selfie In Toronto

Doesn't get much easier than this.
You Can Win $500 Just For Taking A Selfie In Toronto

Technology is a beautiful thing, isn't it? It has given us many useful tools over the years, including (but not limited to) the ability to snap pictures of yourself anytime, anywhere. And while sunsets and puppies are a popular choice for your camera roll, don't even try denying your obscene amount of selfies you got stashed away.

No judgement, we're all guilty, but what you should feel bad about is not trying to win with them!

That's right, your favourite selfie of your pretty self can score you a whopping $500 this summer, and all you gotta do is strike a pose. Western Union is going beyond transactions and putting the spotlight on Canadians.

This is your chance to star in a soon-to-be-released ad campaign, plus your selfie may even be selected to promote this contest on large outdoor displays at Yonge-Dundas Square!

All you need to do is snap a selfie and upload it on THISISWU.CA for a chance to win $500 and be a part of the upcoming campaign. THAT'S IT!

Imagine seeing yourself on billboards, in magazines, in TTC bus shelters?! All those years of catching the perfect lighting will have paid off.

The contest runs until August 12, is open to everyone (young or old), and being a money sender is NOT a qualification criteria. So what are you waiting for!

Click here for full details and to submit your selfie!

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