Ruby Card, the Republic of Ireland’s newest pre-paid credit card, are launching a photo competition with pix.ie to find the winning design for their card. The theme is depicting beauty from around the Republic of Ireland, and the Tipperary community could be in with the chance of having the county featured on the first Ruby Card.
The competition is open to everyone, regardless of skill level. The winning entry will be printed onto the next issue of the Ruby card. The competition is a chance to get your photo onto the card and into the hands of people all over the Republic of Ireland. There’s also a Ruby Card loaded with 2,500 Euros going to the winning photo.
Ruby Card launched the competition as a way of exploring Irish talent and giving people a chance to show off the best of their county. They are looking for the most stunning photographs from Irish counties and there are no limits on entry. You can upload as many photos as you want.
The competition is being launched in association with pix.ie. Pix.ie is the most popular online photo sharing site in the Republic of Ireland and a great way to connect with the target audience on an Irish platform.
As Ruby Card is the newest prepaid card to launch in the Republic of Ireland, providing an easy way to manage your money, they are keen to keep the focus on home-grown talent.
Ben Keohane, managing director of Ruby Card says “the Republic of Ireland is full of wonderful scenery and talented individuals and we are proud to hold this competition to find the most beautiful image of the Republic of Ireland. Having that image printed on our cards which will be used by the people of the Republic of Ireland is very exciting”
Marcus Mac Innes, founder and CEO of Pix.ie says “This is a very exciting competition which will showcase not only the photographic talent we have in the Republic of Ireland, but also the real beauty of our country. I’m really looking forward to seeing the photos that people enter.”
The competition launches on the 15th of July so if you would like to enter visit http://pix.ie/go/rubycard for more information.