“Photos are one of our top user-submitted items, so we already know our readers love photography,” said Tara Cuslidge, online editor at The Record.
Stockton, CA (PRWEB) July 14, 2010
Recordnet.com is asking readers to help show off their summer activities by submitting photos of their “Fun in the Sun” for their chance to win!
Site visitors are able to upload their summer photos from now until July 31st at noon. After the submission deadline, readers can vote for their favorite entry from July 31st at noon through August 31st at noon. At the conclusion of the contest, the photo that has amassed the most reader votes -- along with a photo selected by a panel of judges -- will each win a $100 gift certificate to Gluskin's Photo!
“Photos are one of our top user-submitted items, so we already know our readers love photography,” said Tara Cuslidge, online editor at The Record. “Our hope is that the members of our community use their skills to capture the essence and diversity of summer in San Joaquin County.”
Voting will be restricted to one vote per day per person. Entry to the contest, which is free, must be done using the upload tool on the contest page. For additional rules, visit the contest page at http://www.recordnet.com/funinthesun.
To find some fun things to do in the sun this summer check out our events calendar.
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