Festival-goers at this year’s Rocking the Daisies may have noticed a large 3D LED wolf head on display. The art installation has an interesting story to tell – and now it’s making its way to the summit of Lion’s Head.

Social entrepreneurial initiative, Bountly, the creative powers behind the hike and competition, is working on reimagining the way unemployment is viewed in South Africa and have identified a large “grey area” of undefined work in the South African market. In short, it is their aim to solve the unemployment crisis in South Africa by enabling entrepreneurs to establish a trustworthy authority for themselves in Bountly’s freelancer marketplace.

This drive is being accomplished through a series of interactive experiences by the initiative, and on December 3rd, the Lion’s Head Full Moon Hike event is joining forces with Bountly to bring Cape Town a very special edition of the highly-popular hike.

The “Bountly Werewolf” will be making its way up Lion’s Head on December 3rd, and participants can partake in Cape Town’s first werewolf hunt, where a cash prize of R1500 is up for grabs:

  1. Sign up at https://bountly.co?code=fmh
  2. Find the Bountly werewolf this Full Moon Hike (3rd December)
  3. Take a selfie with the Bountly werewolf and mention @bountlyco on Instagram OR upload it to the Bountly Facebook page and tag 3 friends.

The first person who completes all three steps will be eligible for the prize. Bonus prizes will be awarded to the lucky few people who complete all three steps mentioned above and take the craziest/most creative selfies with our wolf!

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