#SizeMatters: Kunzum and Pizza Hut Travel Quiz on Twitter – Free Pizzas to Lucky Winners

Paneer Makhni Pan Pizza[1]

Size does matter, sometimes. Especially when it comes to pizzas – the bigger the better. It just means you can have enough for yourself, and still have some to share.

And that is what Kunzum and Pizza Hut India set out to offer for just over an hour on Saturday, August 24, 2013 over Twitter: Pizzas for lucky winners of a travel quiz where participants were quizzed on the biggest attractions around the world. The quiz ran on @Kunzum and @PizzaHutIN with hashtag #SizeMatters – five winners around India won gift vouchers of Rs. 1,000 each. With Pizza Hut’s pizzas going 23 percent bigger, that’s a lot of slices one could get for this amount. Did you get invited by the winners?

The response exceeded all expectations. Tweets ran into hundreds – with fierce competition amongst all. The bait was worth the battle! The rules of contest were quite simple: Five questions were prepared. Tweeps would be asked to follow @PizzaHutIN, answer every question with the hashtag #SizeMatters and tag @PizzaHutIN and @Kunzum. Five lucky correct answers (who followed the rules to the T) would win the yumilicious gift vouchers. It was great fun all the way – whetting everyone’s appetite for more. Bet quite a few participants must have ordered pizzas in the middle of the competition – after all, it was taking place between 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

And here is a big, hearty congratulations to the winners:

Kshitij Mittal – @u_kshitij
Shaleen Somani – @shaleensomani
Deepak V – @Beign_Potter
Ronak Baj – @ronakbaj
Preeti Lal – @007Preeti_

Keep an eye out for more #SizeMatters contests. Many to come!

 

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Ajay Jain

Ajay Jain is a travel writer, photographer, and blogger. He has written many books, and publishes and online mag and a travel channel too. Contact him at ajay@ajayjain.com.

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