Brookes’ BNOC of the Year 2017: The Winner
He got nearly 5,000 votes in the final
This year Brookes has seen the best BNOCs it has to offer, from the freshest first years to the hottest entrepreneurs on their way to graduation. However, there can only be one winner.
Our BNOC of the year for 2017 is Ben Holt Evans.
Known for being loved by all, Ben is in third year, studying Business and Marketing, the Tennis President and named the King of the Cowley Retreat by his peers.
He beat some stiff competition from Ox Events' own Freddie Goodall, Arthur Owen, Ben 'Take Me Out' Hurdman and many more.
With a whopping 4,880 votes in the final, he earned the title of 2017's BNOC of the year.
Evans says: "Thank you so much to everyone that voted. Being bald certainly has had its effect at uni as people don't often pass you without a stare or two, so for anyone to vote for this reason, I thank you."
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