Transcona Trails Photo Contest

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Transcona Trails 2016 Photo Contest Information and Rules

  • Pictures must be taken from or towards any trail in Transcona.
  • Digital format (scanned prints will also be accepted).
  • Each contestant may submit one or two photos. The contestant must have taken the original picture. Attach the official entry form with your photo submission.
    • For photo location state the name of the trail or park and the approximate location on the trail.
    • Pictures should be given a name (example: Fox on Cordite Trail).
  • Entries will be accepted June 4th to August 4th, 2016 by email to [email protected]
  • Prizes: First $100, Second $50, Third $25.
  • Winners will be announced September 1st 2016.
  • By entering a picture in this contest you are giving the Transcona Trails association permission to use your picture on our website or promotional materials, and to announce your name if you are one of the winners.
  • There must be a signed release for any identifiable people in the pictures.
  • Entry form is available from the Transcona Trails website, or email address:
    • Option a) MS word document: fill in the word document, save and attach to email with your entry.
      or
    • Option b) pdf document: print form, fill in with pen, scan and attach to email with your entry.
  • Your addresses and phone information will be kept private. If you need more information contact Val at [email protected].

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