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St. George Plantation 2012 Photo Contest

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When
Friday, June 1, 2012 through Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Address
1712 Magnolia Road, St. George Island

Phone Number
850-591-4770

Website
www.stgeorgeplantation.com

Email
photocontest10@sgpoa.com

St. George Plantation 2012 Photo Contest

Enter The St. George Plantation 2012 Photo Contest
June 1st through August 28th, 2012

Rules & Guidelines
·  Entrants may submit photographs of St. George Island, Apalachicola or Franklin County, accompanied by a written release form granting St. George Plantation Owners’ Association permission to publish your photo.
·  Any person identifiable in the photograph must also sign the release.
·  A parent must sign the release for any minor pictured.
·  Include the following information on a label affixed to the back of the photograph:
Your name, address and phone number
Title of photo or brief description
·  Entries must be on disk and professionally printed or in PDF or JPG format of less than 5 MBs.
·  Entry must be mailed or emailed ( photocontest10@sgpoa.com) by August 28th, 2012 to:
Plantation Photo Contest
1712 Magnolia Road
St. George Island, FL 32328
 
·   Two entries per photographer.
·  Entry fee is $5.00 per entry with check made payable to SGPOA at the above address.
·  Winners will be notified by September 14th, 2012.

PRIZES
·  First Place: $150
·  Second Place:  $100
·  Third Place:  $50
·  People’s Choice:  $50
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