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Facebook Fan Olympics Challenge

Lisa Carr - Marketing Manager
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Posted on 25 Jul 2012


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We've challenged our DHMS facebook fans to get creative and make a unique Olympics minature!

If you want to enter simply 'like' us on Facebook and upload a photo of your creation before 9am Friday 3rd August.

Good luck!

Top tip - visit our pinterest olympics mood board for inspiration and ideas! 


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