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UCMAS Tongue Twister Challenge 2018
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UCMAS Tongue Twister Challenge 2018


Participation open for UCMAS & Non-UCMAS children aged 4-15 years living in Canada

Challenge Timeline

10th July – 10th August 2018

Tongue Twisters

  • If a dog chews shoes, whose shoes does he choose?
  • A proper cup of coffee from a proper copper coffee pot
  • I saw Susie sitting in a shoe shine shop

Winning Criteria & Prizes

  • 3 winners saying a tongue twister for maximum number of times in 45 seconds and with most Facebook Likes will get exciting prizes
  • Participation gifts for all UCMAS students

How to win

  • Like UCMAS Canada on Facebook
  • WhatsApp us a video of your child saying Tongue Twister (from mentioned above) for 45 seconds on (416) 450-4107
  • Don’t forget to mention – Your Child’s Name, Age, City of Residence & UCMAS Centre (if applicable).
  • UCMAS team will review & publish selected videos on UCMAS Canada Facebook page.
  • Get maximum ‘Likes’ on your child’s video to increase his/her chance of winning.

Terms & Conditions

  • One video per child will be accepted.
  • Any use of software/applications to get more ‘Likes’ will lead to disqualification.
  • The video must not contain any objectionable or inappropriate content. The administrator has the rights to remove the video without any notice. People who are directly or indirectly related to the management or marketing team of UCMAS Canada are not eligible to participate in the contest.
  • The parent of winners must bring an identity proof and confirm their children’s identity
    before collecting the prize.
  • The prize is non-transferable and cannot be exchanged /redeemed for cash. UCMAS Canada reserves right to withdraw or alter any of the terms & conditions of the contest without prior notice.
  • If there is any violation of the contest rules, the administrator has the rights to remove the video without prior notice. The decision of UCMAS Canada will be final and is non– contestable.
  • All disputes will be subject to Canada Courts Jurisdiction.