The “Be There With Hyundai Contest” Voting Now Opened

2014 Football World Cup Brazil

The members of the FIFA dot com club finally unveiled the Be There With Hyundai Contest finalist for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. It just comes 50 days to the kickoff of the summer tournament.

Since October last year all the way to February this year, FIFA had asked its members to send the best and very creative slogans each for the 32 teams that will taking part in the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

The slogans were to depict the essence of the national teams which will be in action as from 12th June all with the main goal of winning the FIFA World Cup title when the matches come to an end on 13th July.

This slogans creation competition was in deed a very challenging and tough undertaking. This however did not pull back the members as they send thousands of slogan entries to FIFA.

When the sending process was closed some months ago, FIFA Club went through the applications and came up with a list of the slogans that have been shortlisted. The list is available on FIFA Club’s official website, Be There With Hyundai Contest Page.

On Tuesday 22nd April, FIFA also launched and opened the voting process to determine the winning slogans besides unveiling the official finalists that were shortlisted.

This means that it is upon the FIFA.com global community to decide on the 32 winning slogans by voting. Those slogans that will win will be placed on the official buses that will be ferrying the 32 national teams in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

The voting process for this contest that started on 22nd April will come to a close on May 7th. Read through the shortlisted contesters and vote for your best slogan. If you are not a member of the FIFA.com Club, then register as it all takes a minute to do so.

A lot of prizes and contests are in place to make sure that the 2014 FIFA World Cup experience is one of its kind. Do not be left out keep moving, keep voting and keep winning with FIFA.com club.

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