Mar 2, 2017

Hong Kong MTR opens 'best of best' voting

The public is invited to vote for two awards through 22 March.

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Hong Kong's MTR and JCDecaux Transport has begun the runup to the 15th annual Best of the Best Awards, highlighting "beyond-imagination campaigns", displayed in the MTR network and the Airport Express in 2016.

All the finalists can be viewed at www.thebestofthebestawards.com.hk (the gallery above shows a selection). The public is invited to vote on two awards, “My Favourite Campaign” and “My Favourite TVC”, through 22 March, either online or by scanning QR codes on their favourite advertisements in MTR stations. Voters will be entered into a lucky draw with a top prize of a HK$10,000 (US$1,288) gold coin.

The winners, including the people's choice awards and the professionally accredited awards, will be announced at on 20 April at the Convention Hall of The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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