Honda Is Looking For A New Channel 4 Documentary Star

Philippa Wills With her Alpacas
Philippa Wills With her Alpacas

Honda is currently conducting a nationwide search for a Honda owner, who will be the star of the next Channel 4 documentary film.

Honda are looking for someone who uses their Honda car, lawn mower, marine engine, motorbike, ATV or generator, in an extraordinary way to tell their story. Whatever it is used for, Honda wants to know.

The person who is judged to have the most extraordinary use for their Honda will see their story turned into a film which will be broadcast online and on Channel and More 4, to form part of Honda's documentary sponsorship.

Entrants can submit their story online at Honda's website, where a gallery of stories will be available to encourage entrants. The competition is now on, and closes at the end of September 2011.

Martin Moll, Marketing Director at Honda (UK) commented; "We are always fascinated when we find out what our customers get up to with their Hondas and I'm really looking forward to hearing more extraordinary stories. No matter how off the wall or unexpected - we want to hear it."

The competition is supporting Honda's new Channel 4 documentary sponsorship campaign which celebrates the interesting and innovative ways that people use their Honda's.

The first film, which features Alpaca breeder and Honda ATV owner, Philippa Wills, from Oxfordshire is now live online and in the Channel 4 documentary bumpers which sit between the Channel 4 programme and the advert breaks.

Published : 09/06/11 Author : Staff

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