get spotted! The RAG Week Scavenger Hunt 2007 What is get spotted? Get spotted is a fantastic event being run as part of RAG Week 2007. In teams of two, your challenge is to earn points by getting spotted in a variety of wacky and unusual situations, accompanied of course by your beautiful RAG week blue spot. There will also be tasks to complete. Taking part in get spotted costs just £10 per team of two, which includes your entry pack and blue spot! Ok, so what do I get out of it? As well as the kudos of winning the Get spotted competition, the team with the most points at the end of the competition will win £250 cash! You‟ll also be helping to advertise RAG Week 2007, with a target of £50,000 to be raised for local charities. The Rules You‟ll have between 12.30pm on Saturday 10th February and 6pm on Wednesday 21st February to accumulate points. You can gain points by two methods: 1. By sending photographic / video evidence of you getting spotted in certain scenarios. 2. By sending photographic / video evidence of you completing our tasks. All photos and videos must contain at least ONE member of the team, the RAG Week Blue Spot and the evidence requested. In each case, the points value indicated is the MAXIMUM value which we will award – if your evidence is a bit unclear or tenuous, we‟ll award you a partial points value at our discretion. You need to email photos to email@example.com. You can submit as many DIFFERENT examples of each scenario as you like – for example, getting your photo taken with a traffic warden earns you ten points, so getting your photo taken with six DIFFERENT traffic wardens would earn you 60 points. GET SPOTTED… On a bus 10 On a train 10 In a taxi 10 Upside down 10 With a barman/maid 10 In a bin 10 At the ADC 10 Outside a church 10 In formal 10 Behind bars 10 With a porter 10 In an old red phone box 10 In a photo booth 10 Outside a non-Christian place of worship 20 At the gym 20 In a photo in Gardies 20 With a dog 20 With an oyster 20 With a fire engine 20 With an ambulance 20 With a police car 20 On stage 20 In a laundrette 20 In a punt 20 On facebook (points awarded for each facebook member who is 25 tagged in a photo while standing next to your spot.) With a bagpiper 25 On a trampoline 25 With a pair of false teeth 30 Covered in bubbles 30 Naked (individually) 30 In a swimming pool 30 In an old red phone box with five other people 30 With a guy with a Mohican 40 Giving fudge to your college‟s porters 40 Buying a big issue 40 In a puppet show 40 With a ballerina 40 With a harp 40 With someone in a giant animal costume 40 With four people dressed as the Village People 40 Underwater 40 In a supermarket at 4 in the morning 50 In the snow 50 With a sand castle 50 With a girl with a Mohican 50 With an elephant 50 Hugging the Cindie‟s bouncers 75 In a limo 75 Beside a road name sign containing the word RAG 75 With someone dressed as a superhero 100 Naked (together) 100 In TCS or Varsity 100 On student radio (must hear the words blue spot and rag week) 100 Beside a Reliant Robin 100 You in the RAG Week Parade/performing in the carnival 100 With a member of facebook group the Blue Spotees 2007 150 In a local newspaper 200 With a three-story card house 200 With the RAG President 200 With someone Mexican (Passport required in photo as proof) 200 With a member of Bath University RAG 200 With a Get Spotted contestant from Bath RAG (with their RAG spot) 300 At Bath RAG Week Launch Party (Date: Saturday 17th) 300 With a member of a Britpop band 400 On stage at the Junction 400 With the vice chancellor of the university 500 On national radio (we must hear the words “Rag week” and “blue 600 spot”) With anyone who has been on Big Brother 700 Up a mountain 700 In a national newspaper 800 On stage at the Cambridge Corn Exchange 1000 In every college bar (need all 31 to get the points) 1000 In each room on the cluedo board 1000 On national TV 2000 With a landmark from London, Cardiff and Edinburgh (need all of 2000 them) With a close member of the royal family 2000 With anyone who has been in a reality TV show (not Big Brother) 2000 In a capital city in Europe (landmark clearly visible) 3000 In a capital city outside of Europe (landmark clearly visible) 4000 With any of the following celebrities: 4000 Noel Edmonds, Lorraine Kelly, David Dickinson, Terry Wogan, Bruce Forsyth, Jimmy Carr, Carol Voderman, Ricky Gervais, Jeremy Kyle, Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee, Gillian McKeith THE 200 MINUTE CHALLENGE Each day from Monday 12th to Wednesday 21st there will be a 200 minute challenge. At any time between 10am and 6pm a challenge will be emailed out. You then have 200 minutes from the email being sent to complete and provide the evidence of your completion of the task. The completion of this task is worth 500 points. Should you complete all of them you will get a bonus 2,500 points! THE TASKS Paint your face blue 25 Change you facebook profile to a blue spot 30 Make a blue valentine for a loved one/friend 40 Buy your RAG rep a drink in your college bar (per rep) 50 Get a blue spot put up in your college bar 50 Give out 10 blue balloons to random people in the street 50 Get a blue spot put up in your faculty 50 Dye your own hair blue 50 Get your friends to dye their hair blue (per person) 50 Make an item of clothing out of bin liners and wear in public 50 Make a website about blue spots 50 Give the Free Fudge Person a bunch of flowers 75 Buy a lottery ticket and give it to the manager of a charity shop 75 Send a postcard to the RAG Office from anywhere outside Cambridge 75 (one postmarked card per town/city) Recreate a scene from a famous film in public 75 Paint your body blue 75 Give a friend a piggyback to lectures 75 Write a poem about blue spots 75 Cook a “blue” meal for at least four friends 100 Get a blue spot put up in shop window 100 Give a minibox of Ferrera Roche to the clerks at Natwest opposite WH 100 Smiths Write a poem in another language about blue spots 100 Dance in your porter‟s lodge for two minutes 100 Go to a lecture dressed entirely in blue spots 100 Build a giant, blue paper aeroplane (must be able to fly) 100 Give a bunch of flowers to a stranger 100 Buy ten things from ten different stall in the market 150 Make a giant blue smartie (see www.pimpmysnack.com) 200 Juggle four or more blue objects 200 Make a blue spot T-shirt and get your head porter to wear it 200 Wear blue for a week 200 Write a song about blue spots and/or rag week and play it 300 accompanied to a member of the blue spottees (must be good and 90 seconds+) Go to a lecture in a gorilla mask 300 Do one of the Big Three events 400 Get two friends to buy tickets to the RAG comedy night at the Corn 400 Exchange Make a costume for your college for the RAG carnival 500 Raise £50 by legal means and donate it to RAG 500 Go raiding for an hour 500 Dine on High Table (per college) 500 FULL TERMS AND CONDITIONS The following Terms and Conditions apply to the „Get spotted‟ competition which will run from Saturday 10th February 2006 to 21st February 2007. By entering this competition, entrants will be deemed to have understood these rules and to be bound by them. DETAILS OF THE COMPETITION From 12.30pm on Saturday 10th February 2006 to 21st February 2007, entrants will compete for points by taking their Blue Spots wherever they go. Points will be awarded according to the official scoring grid. All points will be awarded to Entrants on an equal basis from a pre-determined list. Any activity not covered by the pre-determined list may be awarded a points value at the discretions of the judges. Subsequently, any similar claims will be awarded the same number of points. The burden of proof is on the Entrants. They must send in evidence as allowed by the rules of the competition. Cambridge RAG will score all items of evidence at 5pm each day. The final scoring session will take place at 6pm on Wednesday 21 st February. All contestant scores will be kept confidential until the winner is announced on Wednesday 21 st February, although the contestant order will be updated each evening on the get spotted page of the RAG website. All evidence must be for the Entrants‟ activity only. No activity by a third party will be allowed. An independent adjudicator will check the scoring system throughout the competition. The best evidence from each day will be available to view on www.cambridgerag.org.uk. Any falsification of evidence will result in disqualification. In the event of one or more team finishing on the same number of points, the winning team will be the team which has raised the most money for RAG during the competition. The loss or defacing of a team‟s spot will result in disqualification. The decision of the Cambridge RAG judges is final on all matters relating to the competition, and no correspondence will be entered into. All entrants must take all possible precautions to ensure that no person nor any property is in any way harassed, inconvenienced or otherwise disturbed during the competition. The team which collects the greatest number of points throughout the duration of the competition, without breaking any of the rules will win £250 cash. The winning team will be informed on the evening of Wednesday 21 st February. SUBMITTING PHOTOS AND VIDEOS Digital photos are preferred, from a digital camera or camera phone. Photos will only be accepted in .jpg format, and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Digital videos are acceptable in .mpg format. Photo prints can be dropped off at the RAG Office, 11/12 Trumpington St, Cambridge, CB2 1QA. All photos and videos must include the evidence required, at least one member of the team and the team‟s blue spot. Photos must be of real places and in real time – any use of digital photo software is forbidden, and may result in the photograph being disqualified. GENERAL RULES All entrants acknowledge that it is a condition of entry that Cambridge RAG have the right to publicise the names or images for any matter or promotion which is incidental to the competition, including publicity by way of radio broadcast, local press, television or the internet. All entrants release from and indemnify Cambridge RAG against all liability, costs, loss (whether direct or consequential) or expense arising out of this competition (including but not limited to death and personal injury which has not been caused by the negligence of Cambridge RAG) and damage to personal property. Cambridge RAG will not be liable for any damage, loss or disappointment suffered by any entrant taking part in this competition other than damages for death or personal injury caused by the negligence of Cambridge RAG. Cambridge RAG reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions from time to time. Unless otherwise stated, no express or implied term of these terms and conditions is enforceable pursuant to the Contract (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 by any person who is not party to these terms and conditions. The terms and conditions shall be subject to English law and governed by the exclusive jurisdiction of English courts.