📢 Are you READY for CAMiLoD’S Summer Imaging Competition 2020? (It includes a SPECIAL GIFT for the Winner, Find Out Below)
➡️ PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW CAREFULLY TO ENSURE YOU FOLLOW THE RIGHT STEPS!
1: Go to https://www.camilod.ca/camilod-image-competition-2020 and fill all fields (Name, email, Institution and a brief description of your work of art) as well as upload your image (max size 15Mb). By submitting your image, you acknowledge that you grant CAMiLoD the right to use your image for promotional purposes.
When done, press the submit button and you will be entered into the competition!
2: Don’t forget to share your image on your social media channels with #CAMiLoD or #CAMiLoD_Image or by tagging our social handles. By sharing and tagging us and following step 3(below), the participant will have HIGHER chances on winning our special PRIZES!
3: Last but not least, inform at least one of your friends/colleagues from any institution, about this Imaging Competition and ensure they are following us on social media(Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn). NOTE: All of the requirements will be monitored during this competition, and this requirement in particular, will increase your chances to WIN!
Submission phase will take place until September 30th. During October we will have a 2 week voting phase where the best picture will be picked by all participants and our social media users.
🎁You will be competing for a $100CAD voucher to be used in your higher education establishment store as well as ZEISS Terra ED 8×32 Binoculars kindly provided by Zeiss🎁
Couple of things that have to be mentioned:
🔻 Images submitted during the competition can be used by CAMiLoD for marketing purposes;
🔻 The CAMiLoD 100CAD prize coupon will be sent to the winner one week after the voting takes place – this voucher can be used in the winner’s higher education establishment store for any products he/she might want e.g. University clothing merchandise.
Good luck and hoping to receive all your beautiful images!
Hurry back to the microscope!