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  • Hey guys, it's Adam and Jenny here from the William Hill #YoungAdultSportsBook team.
  • Thanks for joining us on Snapchat. We have a really cool story to tell you today!
  • Today's tip is brought to you by our friends on the field!
  • Alright, are you ready? Let's go take it out on the field!
  • Hey! If you're a promising writer and have a passion for sports, enter the William Hill #YoungAdultSportsBook competition now!
  • It doesn't matter if you're into field hockey...
  • Snap 1: The team behind the William Hill #YoungAdultSportsBook of the Year gives an update on the competition. The snapchat story will be delivered in video snaps with different filters. There will be an on-demand geofilter (where the office is located) titled 'William Hill' displayed in this snap.
  • Or tennis! Let's just say, you'd be crazy not to enter the William Hill #YoungAdultSportsBook competition.
  • So don't miss out! Okay, now let's play some tennis. Game, set, match!
  • Snap 2: Today's tip is something like today's new story. Adam and Jenny explains the scenario. There will be a William Hill logo on the projector in the background and the 'William Hill' geofilter will be shown in this snap as well.
  • We look forward to receiving your #YoungAdultSportsBook entries. More information on our website and Instagram. Adam, signing out!
  • Tweet us at @WilliamHillAust or reply to this Snapchat story if you have any questions or feedback. See you guys soon!
  • Snap 3: As the two are on the field playing hockey, music plays in the background as they talk about the competition. They will also be wearing uniforms with the William Hill logo on it.
  • That's all we have for today. Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter @WilliamHillAust for more updates on the William Hill #YoungAdultStoryBook competition. Thanks for tuning in!
  • Snap 4: The conversation continues in this snap. We will have some music played as they talk and also have the tennis ball emoji in the snap. We want the tone to be conversational and fun, with a little bit of humour.
  • Snap 5: Back at the office, Adam and Jenny remind our followers to reply to the snap story if they have any feedback and the peace sign emoji makes an appearance. It's important to engage with the audience and get them to connect with us on our social media outlets.
  • Snap 6: Final snap. Again, we want to engage with the audience on various social media platforms. By doing so, they will be able to have multiple access to our content with extensive information on the competition.
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