Joe le taxi? Non, Non c’est Le #IPEXPO taxi

July 19, 2011

By Nick Sanford, Launchpad Editorial team

IP EXPO plays “Spot the Taxi” in London and you can win your choice of the latest iPhone or iPad

With exactly three months until this year’s IP EXPO takes place at London’s Earls Court 2, event organiser Imago Techmedia is counting down with a game of spot the taxi. To play, simply spot the IP EXPO-branded London taxicab, take a picture and upload that picture to Twitter using the hashtag #ipexpo. More information on entering the contest is available here: www.facebook.com/ipexpo  

All participants during each month will be entered into a random draw to win free prizes such as miniature IP EXPO taxis and a free taxi ride. On the last day of IP EXPO, October 20th, the photographer whose picture has the most votes will receive the first prize of his or her choice – either the latest iPhone or the latest iPad. All other winners will be announced on Facebook and Twitter (@ipexpo) on the 19th day of every month until October.

The IP EXPO taxi can be spotted all around London, but it will be based near Waterloo. The IP EXPO cab and its cabbie, Charlie, have already been snapped at landmarks such as Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.  It was also seen at the home of IP EXPO, Earls Court 2, making its debut for the show’s Open Day for exhibitors earlier this month.

This year’s IP EXPO will take place at London’s Earls Court 2 on the 19th and 20th October. Register now for your free place at http://www.ipexpo.co.uk/Register.


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