Pass around the world is a great new campaign that Allianz have launched to celebrate their partnership with Saracens RFC and honour the 2015 Rugby world cup. They are encouraging people to film a quick video of a rugby pass and upload it to the Pass Around the World website where all the videos will be linked together to make one big pass, hopefully around the world. They are hoping that this fun campaign will bring people together through Rugby. And you can find out more on the video below.
I think that this looks like a fun campaign that will be great for families to take part in as I am sure that many of us parents have already heard cries of " I'm bored " these holiday's. Filming a quick video to upload would be a great way to get the family doing a fun activity at home or to encourage your children to get into rugby. As a parent to a teenage daughter, a toddler and baby my own children are not really into rugby but I know that they would still have lots of fun taking part in this campaign. My teen loves making videos, like most teenage girls she wants to be the next Zoella. And my toddler just loves any opportunity to play outdoors with her siblings.
All you need to do to take part is make a short video of your rugby pass on your mobile, turn your phone sideways when filming for best results. Make sure that the ball enters from the left and leaves from the right ,this is so that all the videos can then easily be linked together to create one big pass. Make sure that your video is less then 10 seconds long and under 30 MBs and then upload it the website, it is as easy as that.
Everyone who uploads a video to the website will be entered into a prize draw to win some brilliant prizes such as £150 worth of Ticketmaster vouchers, Saracen prizes such as tickets to watch them play, signed rugby balls and one lucky person will win the top prize of lunch with the Saracen team and to attend a training session. If you know any rugby fans then get them to enter as I am sure they would love these prizes, I like the sound of them myself and I don't even know the first thing about rugby.
Hundreds of people across the world have taken part already such as Owen Farrel and his team mates ( he is a Saracens player ) the Bayern Munich FC team and racing driver Lewis Hamilton. So you never know your pass could be linked to a celebrity. I think that it will be lovely to see all of the passes linked together and if you are taken part you can tell people that you took part in it and it would be lovely to look back on.
To find out more about the Pass around the world campaign and for full terms and conditions please check out the website www.passaroundtheworld.com. Remember to tell all your friends to take part too for their chance to win some fantastic prizes and don't forget to search the #PassAroundTheWorld hash tag on social media to see everyone else's passes.
Disclosure: This is a collaborative post. Please refer to the Pass around the world website for full terms and conditions and to find out more details about this campaign. All entries are to be made to the pass around the world website and not to this blog, we are simply promoting the campaign. All prizes will be provided from Pass around the world as stated in their terms and conditions and will not be provided by this website.