Howden, UK, November 17, 2010 - Ebuyer.com is inviting people to assist its latest branding exercise and help distinguish it from Ebay, in a video competition that is running until 31st December 2010.
Ebuyer, a leading online electronics retailer, has devised the competition after a number of customers have got the two brands mixed up. The competition invites people to send in videos proclaiming the difference, in order to win one of three prizes – a Sony Playstation 3, an 8GB Apple iPod Touch and a Kodak Easyshare C182 digital camera.
Ebuyer’s Managing Director, Armando Sanchez said: “Since our brand names are similar we felt a light-hearted competition such as this would be a great way of establishing the difference between us.”
All people need to do to enter Ebuyer’s latest competition is make a short video of themselves shouting "not Ebay, Ebuyer!" The winning video will be selected based on a number of criteria but “the more hilarious and ridiculous the situation, the better”.
For more details on how to submit your video and information about the competition, visit www.ebuyer.com/notebay.
Ebuyer.com is the leading online electronics retailer with the best prices and exclusive offers on over 19,000 quality products.
Founded in 1999, Ebuyer has supplied over 40 million products from its 280,000 square feet, state-of-the-art facility in East Yorkshire. Its easy-to-use website and automated order system that dispatches thousands of orders to over 3 million registered customers every hour ensure customers save time and money.
Customers can place orders up to 11pm for next day delivery and at the weekend for Monday deliveries.