It’s Free Bag Friday from PhotoPlus Expo 2013

Filed in Americas/U.S., Contests, Events, Products by on October 24, 2013
UrbanReporter_250_CameraPod_stuffed_4C_lowIt’s Free Bag Friday at PhotoPlus Expo! Our friends over at B&H are giving away a NEW Urban Reporter 250. Don’t worry, you don’t have to be in NYC to win the bag, but it could give you an extra chance! Here’s what you have to do:
  • Tweet @Lowepro and @BHPhotoVideo. Write a few words about why the #UrbanReporter is the right bag for you. Use those hashtags!
  • Not on Twitter? No problem. Share a photo of your current camera bag and why you need the Urban Reporter on Instagram. Tag @loweprobags and @BHPhoto Use hashtags #Lowepro and #UrbanReporter
  • Want an extra way to be entered to win? Take a selfie in the Lowepro or B&H booth at the PhotoPlus Expo during trade show hours and tag Lowepro and B&H on Instagram or Twitter.
  • Not on Twitter or Instagram? Just add a comment to this blog about how you’d use the bag if you won. We’ll randomly select a winner and announce on Monday, October 28, 2013. The winning comment, tweet, or photo will be posted here and on our Facebook Fan Page.

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  1. David Larsen says:

    This would totally make my day! As you know photographying is expencive, not making it easier to do your favourite thing as a student. This would help me use my equipment much more. And of course it would be an exellent schoolbag with or without the camera gear :)

  2. I have recently discovered Lowepro bags and they are way more practical than my recent bag. The urban reporter would double as my computer bag for work and as a non camera-bag looking bag, minimizing the risk of theft and robbery. Besides all, it looks nifty for wearing around the city.

  3. Nice! This is a great chance to win an awesome bag.

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