Last week Gill emailed me to tell me about her new company Hello Joe:
Hello Joe produces boldly designed, high visibility clothing that lets you be seen without sacrificing all your style. Light reflective ink is incorporated into each design to make sure you can shine day and night.
Our aim is to help you stand out from the crowd, so all of our clothing is strictly limited edition. Now being seen on your bike, out jogging, or just down your local doesn’t mean losing your individuality.
I absolutely loved the concept and I’m always happy to feature a cycling related start-up such as this. It also seems you guys loved the concept too because when I tweeted a link to their website it got a lot of clicks and a lot of ReTweets. I therefore suggested to Gill we do a bit of a Twitter give-away.
There are two male and two female T-shirts to give-away. The winner can pick any design they want. Entry is very simple via Twitter. All you have to do is mention:
Please note this competition has ended and we are now choosing 4 winners!
I’m entering the Hello Joe high vis clothing competition with @londoncyclist http://bit.ly/9Qh5t1 #highvisfashion
Also mention on Twitter if you wish to win the male or female clothing.
On Thursday morning we will tally up all the entries and pick 4 at random. Gill will then kindly send over the free t-shirt. I’ll keep you up to date on the competition on this page by leaving comments at the bottom. It is one entry per Twitter account.
Hello Joe also have a Facebook page you should checkout where you can upload a photo of yourself standing out.
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