Last chance to send us your snaps
Today is the last day to enter the America’s Cup Bermuda photography contest.
Just in case you have not been paying attention, here is a recap on what it is and what you could win.
There have been many magic moments in the two years since Bermuda won the bid to host the 35th America’s Cup. To celebrate, ACBDA is asking you to share your precious moments through snapshots and selfies, in a photo competition.
Dig out your favourite America’s Cup photographs that you have taken in the past two years that reflect why you are proud to be in Bermuda for a chance to win tickets to the opening weekend of the 35th America’s Cup.
To enter the contest, email your picture to email@example.com by 5pm today. The top entries will be selected by a panel of judges and posted to Facebook on Monday.
You and your friends will have until December 15 at midnight to like your favourite. The three photographs with the most likes will win the tickets.
The rules: 1) Contest open to all Bermuda residents. 2) Multiple photos per entry are acceptable. One entry per person. 3) Contest open to participants aged 16 and over (photos can include children). 4) Employees of ACBDA and ACEA are not eligible to enter this contest. 5) Winners must be able to collect their prize in person. 6) By entering this contest all entrants agree to the unlimited use and editing of all images submitted, for promotional purposes by ACBDA and/or ACEA without further correspondence. 7) All photos must be original and have the owner’s permission to submit.
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