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PRESS THE PRESENT ‘GO GREEN’ PHOTO CONTEST RULES
Press the President Wants You to ‘Go Green’ This Spring!
Press the President wants you to share photos online about how you plan to be more environmentally conscious this April. You can also submit photos of how you are encouraging local and federal leaders to ‘go green.’ All of the photos will be posted on Press the President’s Facebook and the winning photo will be shared with the media. At the end of the campaign, the editorial staff at Press the President will select the photo the best represents the idea of going green and will donate $500.00 to the winner’s charity of choice in their name.
How to submit a photo?
To submit a picture, either tweet @PTP_US with the hashtag #GoGreen, post on our Facebook wall, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo Submission guidelines:
- Must be original content from the user.
- Must be accompanied by caption explaining how the individual is going green. (Please note if you would like your name, twitter handle, and/or website to appear in the caption as well.)
- Any photo containing nudity, profanity, violence, graphic content, drugs, derogatory comments, personal attacks or slander towards others will be removed. Anything that is considered spam or an advertisement will also be removed.
- Contestants are encouraged to submit a written piece as well (no more than 500 words) about sharing their tips on going green. The winner of the contest will most likely be interviewed for a press release about their photo and how they are “going green” this spring.
Rights of Press the President:
- Press the President reserves the right to remove any photos that do not comply with the above guidelines.
- Press the President reserves the right to use the photo in its “Go Green” Facebook Album (link to album) and any press surrounding the announcement of the selection of the winner.
- Press the President reserves the right to reject the winner’s charity of choice if it is not a non-profit organization incorporated under state laws and approved by the state's Secretary of State. The Internal Revenue Service needs to have approved the tax-exempt status of all said non-profit organization. The charity of choice must be operating for educational, charitable, social, religious, civic or humanitarian purposes.
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