Hazing Prevention Photo Contest Sponsored By Digital Pix & Composites

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National Photo Contest to show students stand against hazing.

National Hazing Prevention week begins September 19 - 23, 2011; Digital Pix & Composites is excited to be the sponsor of the Hazing Prevention Photo Contest beginning September 1, 2011 through November 3, 2011.

HazingPrevention.Org says utilizing a national awareness week is a great way to bring attention to the problem of hazing locally; to educate parents, faculty and staff, students, community members, local and campus police and others so they can more easily recognize hazing — and more importantly — have the skills to intervene, when hazing occurs. The ultimate goal is to prevent hazing before it ever occurs in the first place through year-round, comprehensive prevention efforts.

This contest is nationwide available to every college student on every campus in the United States to show their stand against hazing by submitting a photo of their friends and campus participating in National Hazing Prevention Week.

There will be three winners chosen, 1st place winner will receive $100; 2nd place $75; and 3rd place $50.

How to Enter:

Go to Digital Pix & Composites website: http://www.dpcpix.com/nhpwdpcphotocontest.aspx

Attach your photo to the email, include the following: full name, phone number, school organization, and description of your photo.

About Digital Pix & Composites:
Digital Pix & Composites is the leader in composite photography and has close to 50 years of experience providing quality sorority and fraternity composites to Greeks across the country. Digital Pix takes pride in being honest about all pricing and believes in maintaining loyalty without auto-renew or rollover agreements. Experience the Digital Pix difference today! Visit http://www.dpcpix.com for more information or call (800) 807-4112.

About HazingPrevention.Org:
HazingPrevention.Org is a national organization dedicated to its mission to empower people to prevent hazing in college and university student groups. They pursue their mission through a force of volunteers from all types of communities who work tirelessly on a growing number of projects and programs. Visit: http://www.HazingPrevention.Org or call 303-325-7831.


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