#AUGShuttleSelfie Contest rolls out March 1

Express yourself on the JagExpress by taking a #AUGShuttleSelfie and posting it on Instagram in March and April. You could win cool Jag Swag from the Jag Store, compliments of Parking and Transportation Services.

A winner will be randomly selected from all qualifying social posts each week. To qualify, take a selfie and compose a post  that includes:

  1. Hashtag: #AUGShuttleSelfie
  2. Route color: Are you riding blue, green, silver or gold?
  3. Tag: @AUG_University
  4. Post it on Instagram.

If you really want to go the “extra mile,” add a shout out to your favorite shuttle driver. Most importantly, please keep it tasteful, since you represent Augusta University.

All students, faculty and staff are eligible to enter.* Enter daily for extra chances to win. Weekly winners will be announced in Jagwire and on Augusta University social channels. You may only win once in the weekly drawings. In addition, all entries will go into a final drawing for a grand prize to be given away in early May.

For more information, email Denise Parrish at mparrish@augusta.edu.

*Employees in the Division of Communications & Marketing or Parking & Transportation Services are ineligible to win, but are still encouraged to post selfies.

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Denise Parrish

Denise Parrish is Director of Communications for Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic at 706-721-9760 or mparrish@augusta.edu.

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