There are so many beautiful towns in this area, and we want to show those off, and share in the enjoyment of where we live and work.
Washington, N.C. (PRWEB) November 09, 2015
From all photo entries uploaded to the bank’s Facebook page, 12 will be selected by the bank to be featured on the bank’s Facebook photo gallery. The bank will invite its Facebook fans to vote for their favorite image. The winning photo will be featured in a First South Bank ad campaign in 2016. The winner will also receive a cash prize of $500 for the best “I Love My NC Hometown” photo.
To enter the First South Bank “I Love My NC Hometown” photo contest, visit the bank’s Facebook page during the next three weeks to upload your local, outdoor photo entries from November 9th through 29th. Facebook fans will vote December 1st through 7th. If your photo gets the most votes, you’re the “I Love My NC Hometown” photo winner.
“We love North Carolina, and our customers do too,” said First South Bank President and CEO Bruce Elder. “There are so many beautiful towns in this area, and we want to show those off, and share in the enjoyment of where we live and work.”
See official contest rules online; there is no charge to enter the contest. First South Bank will promote the photo contest, entries and the winning photo on Facebook, providing information, updates and announcements on its Facebook page. The winner will be announced December 11th and the deadline for photo entries is November 29th.
“We’re hoping the contest fosters a love of North Carolina,” shares Elder. “It’s a fantastic place to call home.”
First South Bank has been serving the citizens of eastern North Carolina since 1902, and offers a variety of financial products and services, including an equipment leasing company and securities brokerage services through an affiliation with a broker/dealer. The bank operates through its main office headquartered in Washington, North Carolina, and has 32 branches located throughout central, eastern, northeastern and southeastern North Carolina.
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