LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Oct. 17, 2012) - Tinchy Stryder fans, listen up! You may have seen him on TV. You may have heard him on the radio. But here's your chance to meet Tinchy Stryder in person!
Currys and PC World, one of the UK's leading electrical retailers, have teamed up with electronics company, Goji, to give fans of Tinchy Stryder the chance to see the hip-hop star perform live at their university.
The new competition, now open on the Currys and PC World Facebook page, gives fans the chance to win their university a special one-off gig with the one and only Tinchy Stryder. But that's not all. One lucky fan will also win themselves and five friends' VIP backstage passes, giving them the enviable opportunity of meeting Tinchy in person, in the flesh, for real!
To enter, fans need to log onto Facebook and visit the official Currys and PC World page. From here they can vote for their university to win that special gig. If they get their friends to vote, they'll also increase their chances of winning those backstage passes too. Details of the competition can also be found on the Currys and PC World student hub pages.
The competition celebrates the launch of Goji Tinchy Stryder: On Cloud 9, a collection of smart audio products ranging from headphones to travel speakers endorsed by Tinchy himself. The collection, which was released earlier this summer in collaboration with Currys and PC World, who part own Goji, is available to view now via the retailers website or in any of their 600-plus stores nationwide.
For more information, please visit the Currys and PC World websites - www.currys.co.uk and www.pcworld.co.uk.
About Currys and PC World:
Currys and PC World are part of Dixons Retail plc. With over 1,200 stores and online services spanning 28 countries, Dixons is widely acknowledged as one of Europe's leading specialist electrical retailing groups. Dixons employs over 38,000 people and provides top quality training to ensure their personnel can provide amazing customer service on products ranging from televisions to ovens, and computers to touch screen laptops.