Tbilisi, Georgia
Tbilisi, Georgia Image Credit: Pexels

Gulf News Digital Subscription is completing one year this month. It has been an exciting journey, and we are looking forward to another year of learning and celebrating our community of readers. To share in this joy, and mark the first year, Gulf News is giving 10 lucky readers the opportunity to win an all-expenses-paid trip to Georgia.

Our digital subscription was launched in April, 2021. Gulf News, in partnership with Elevate Trips, Dubai, is running the anniversary campaign on our social media and all readers have to do is answer some fun questions to be part of the draw.

How to enter?

Throughout the month of April, questions about Gulf News and the country of Georgia will be posted on our official Facebook page. Readers who want to successfully enter the draw, need to follow the instructions mentioned in the posts and answer the questions correctly.

From the readers who provide the right answers, 10 lucky winners will be selected through a random picker, who will then enjoy an all-expenses-paid trip to Georgia for three nights and four days by the end of this month.

“As we complete the first 12 months of our digital subscription journey, we want our readers to be part of the celebration. In order to reward their association, we have launched a special contest wherein 10 lucky winners stand a chance to win a fully paid three nights and four days trip to Georgia,” said Santu Dev, User Acquisition Manager at Gulf News.

To successfully execute this campaign, Gulf News joined hands with tour operators Elevate Trips as our travel partner.

“We at Elevate Trips are extremely excited to partner with Gulf News. We promise to deliver the best experience to all the winning candidates and assure it would be a memorable one,” said Micky Bhatia, Founder and CEO at Elevate Trips, Dubai.

Elevate Trips will plan out the entire travel itinerary for the selected readers, who will get to sit back and enjoy their holiday.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to explore Georgia, and follow Gulf News on Facebook. Keep an eye out for the questions.