Vets could be in with the chance of winning the trip of a lifetime, thanks to BCF Technology.

The prize includes a four-night stay at Kruger National Park, one of Africa’s largest game reserves.

The imaging specialists are offering the South Africa-based prize for four lucky entrants, which consists of:

  • four nights’ stay at Kruger National Park
  • tickets to the 2017 South African Equine Veterinary Association Congress
  • three nights’ stay at a private game reserve

How to enter

To enter, participants need to join the BCF equine veterinary imaging Facebook group and share useful, educational, clinical and helpful information or content to help developing vets and vet students learn more about equine diagnostic imaging.

The person or persons deemed to have added the most value by October will win a place on the trip.

Sharing knowledge

BCF Technology managing director Gavin Mitchell said: “We have up to four places available; however, these are quite substantial prizes, so we are looking for people to make a real effort to win a place.

“At BCF Technology, we are committed to helping vets make the most of diagnostic imaging. We feel this competition is a great way of getting vets to share their knowledge.

“So, get thinking about how you could create a video or show a case study, or what did you come across today that would be valuable to share with others. How can you help others to make the most of equine diagnostic imaging?”

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