Saucony Find Your Strong

2011 Cmpetition

10 messages
03/02/2012 at 14:03

Hi

Does anyone know if the results to this competition were ever published ? and if so what was the winning entry ? I am genuinely interested to know what the winning 50 words were (you had to write with a max of 50 words what Strong meant to you).

Thank you

 

10/02/2012 at 11:05
Hi Bondai,

We've just published a list of the Saucony winners. We were inundated with amazing entries - best of luck!

Dominique RW
10/02/2012 at 13:22
"visioning far" ???

Was literacy not a requirement?
Crash Hamster    pirate
10/02/2012 at 13:26
I doubt that the authors of 'Find your strong' were that concerned about using words'n'sentences'n'grammar'n'stuff...
debbo    pirate
10/02/2012 at 13:27
and if literacy isn't a requirement for a university degree, it certainly won't be for a Saucony competition

10/02/2012 at 13:31
┬ŽoD x 2
Crash Hamster    pirate
10/02/2012 at 13:33
Obviously verbising nouns is passe and nounising adjectives is the way forward. Embrace your anarchic.
10/02/2012 at 15:31

Thank you Dominique (RW) for letting us know.

Well done to those of you who found the lucky words

I cant help thinking the final vote would have been better gaged from a percentage from the forumites here and a percentage of the Saucony judges. With a higher percentage coming/awarded from the Judges but at least the runners opinion would have been considered (hopefully).

B

10/02/2012 at 16:13
Hi Bondai,

Thanks for your feedback. We had over 800 entries, so it would have been tricky to get the forumites to help narrow them down. However, we'll definitely consider getting a forumite vote in future competitions.

Best,

Dominique RW
Crash Hamster    pirate
10/02/2012 at 20:52

Yeah, you could have a forumite vote, 'take it into consideration' then pick whomsoever you like.

Flaunt your verbose.

;)


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