Celebrating the release of their Urban Retreat collection Interface are giving you the chance to win a weekend escape
November 6th, 2012
The cacophony and carry-on that plays soundtrack to our daily life is at times overwhelming.
These days the idea of retreat and reclusion is one that seems more and more appealing: Interface know how you feel.
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Head to your Instagram account and upload a photo of YOUR impression of an “Urban Retreat”.
Hashtag your image with #myurbanretreat
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The image with the most likes wins and you can enter as many pictures as you wish.
Winners are in for the ultimate urban retreat – flights from your nearest East Coast capital city will whisk you off to Sydney where you will be transported to Q Station – a place like no other nestled on Sydney Harbour adjacent to Manly Beach.
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For full terms, conditions, prize details and a look at the current “leaderboard” visit the Interface Facebook competition page.
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