Sony Ericsson Fans March 400km

Sony Ericsson fans march from London to Liverpool for the MTV music awards.

Sony Ericsson has always been claiming itself to be an eco friendly company or it merely wants to test the limits of its fans as the company has managed to gather 100 odd fans to walk from London to Liverpool. The fans will be reaching to this year’s MTV European Music Awards.

The main intention here is to find all those fans that really care about music and this strange fanwalk will include 100 people. Out of these 100 people, 10 of them from the UK will walk over 400 kms in the span of 9 days.

Most importantly, they will be blogging all the way on their journey from their handsets.

These fans will be tested on their knowledge and their musical skills. The best music geek out of these will be able to present an award at the European Music Awards themselves. Isn’t that exciting enough?

Contestants were required to submit their videos and images with a short description of why were they worthy of getting one of those 10 places to take part in the walk. The registrations were made from all across the UK and you can find out more about these fans from www.fanwalk.com.

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