Photo Contest Guidelines
07-01-2015 in Livestock
The Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers will be sponsoring their second “Farming is a Family Affair” photo contest in celebration of Iowa’s dedicated farm families. The contest will be open from July 1 to August 1 and all entries with be featured on the CSIF Facebook page.
HOW TO ENTER
Simply email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org to enter.
- First and last name
- Selected farm family photo
- Phone number
All submitted photos will be displayed on the CSIF Facebook page. The top three photos with the most ‘likes’ by 5 p.m. August 1 will receive a day package to the Iowa State Fair.
1st Place Prize – 4 admission tickets, parking pass, food coupons
2nd & 3rd Place Prize – 2 admission tickets, parking pass, food coupons
RULES AND GUIDELINES
By submitting your photo in CSIF’s “Farming is a Family Affair” photo contest you have permitted CSIF to post your photo on our Facebook page. Entrants should only submit their own photos and must also be Iowa residents. Limit of one entry per person. This contest is strictly sponsored by the Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers and is in no way affiliated with Facebook or Twitter. Winners will be contacted by phone.
For more information, check out the news release and visit the CSIF Facebook page to view entries from last year’s photo contest. Contact Haley Banwart at email@example.com or 800-932-2436 if you have questions.
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