Stray video competition – be in to win a GoPro!

Watch this video and get inspired by Stray’s epic adventures across New Zealand and Southeast Asia.

We’re so stoked that we’re giving away a GoPro HERO to one of our lucky loyal Stray followers!

Want to win? Here’s what you need to do:

Simply share this video with your mates (Facebook or Twitter) and answering three easy questions. Once you email us your (correct) answers,  you’re in the draw. Too easy!

To enter:

Send your answers to the questions below to [email protected] with “Stray video competition” as the subject line.

Questions:

1) What iconic NZ design is tattooed on someone’s foot?
2) Two children are walking in an Asian village – what colour was the little girl’s t-shirt?
3) Finish the Stray motto: “Further off the ______ _____.”

Got the answers? Click here!

The rules: Entries close on 17 December, 2014. To qualify, all 3 questions must be answered correctly. Competition is open to contestants worldwide. A winner will be randomly drawn on 19 December, 2014. The winner will be emailed for contact details and mailing address. Prize includes a GoPro HERO3+ (or nearest model if unavailable) and postage. If the winner does not respond by 15 January, 2015, a new winner will be drawn.

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Emily

Emily is a native creative nerd. This creative crew member's favourite stop is Bay of Islands.

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