Before we all lose our minds with excitement over the prospect of some awesome new lawn decorations, this contest is only for UK residents. I know, my soul has been crushed as well. With that being said, however, our Brit friends can jump on Amazon.co.uk and enter this contest which sees the winner receiving those giant statue heads that have been rolling around the world.

The contest is really quite simple: all you have to do is share a photo on Twitter of your own garden/field/yard etc. where you would put a Giant Head, use the hashtag #GiveMeHeads, and submit it between Jan. 26 and Jan. 29 2017. Remember, you MUST use the hashtag #GiveMeHeads or your entry will not even be considered.

Giant Jeremy, James, and Richard Statues

“To celebrate the last episode of season one of The Grand Tour, we’re giving UK fans the opportunity to win one of the three giant heads of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May (the “Giant Heads”). The Giant Heads will be placed in the winner’s garden or outdoor space for two weeks, and the winner will also receive an Amazon Echo, a Fire TV stick and a “The Grand Tour” t-shirt. The three winners will be selected by an Amazon Prime Video panel (the “Competition”).

For those who haven’t been keeping up, three mysterious giant statue heads were spotted in random cities all around the world upon the premiere of The Grand Tour in November. Personally I have been waiting for the completed statues to find their home and get erected (hehe), but it seems all they’ve been doing so far is drive around towns. I’m starting to even wonder if they are getting assembled at any point.

Regardless, one of YOU lucky readers could potentially win a giant statue head, so there is no time to lose! Just on Twitter, make your submission, and if you one of you wins the contest, be sure to post the picture on our Twitter and Facebook page!

One Response

  1. Stephen B Summers

    If I were a resident of the UK and won, I’d have the Clarkson head delivered as fast as possible. Hammond’s moderately slower, but he’d get lost on the way, and May would be delivered on a hand truck the entire route.

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