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Holiday Photo Contest: Win a Free Phone


It's been too long since we've had a photo contest on the site, but thanks to Virgin Mobile we now have three Samsung m510 multimedia phones to give away. Want one?

All you need to do is submit a photo to our holiday photo contest. The theme for the contest is "Naughty or Nice" (keep it, um, clean please). To participate, submit up to five photos on this theme to the blogTO Flickr pool between now and 11:59 PM EST on December 17th. We'll then pick three winners and announce them on the site on December 19th. Make sure to tag your photos with blogtoholiday2007 so we can find them.

Keep reading for a summary of the contest details and eligibility requirements.

Theme: "Naughty or Nice"
Starts: Now!
Flickr Tag: blogtoholiday2007
Submission deadline: Monday December 17th, 11:59PM EST

How to participate:

1. Each participant can submit up to five images per theme. If a participant submits more than five entries, only the first five will be considered.

2. Upload your contest submissions to the blogTO Flickr Pool, tagged with the string "blogtoholiday2007". If you are not already a Flickr user, you'll need to first create an account, then join the blogTO Group before adding your tagged photos to the pool. Only images that are properly tagged and submitted via the blogTO Flickr pool will be considered for prizes.

3. Be sure to submit before the posted deadline. Submissions received after the deadline will not be eligible.

4. Watch for winner announcements on the site on December 19th.

Photo Requirements:

Images can be any size or resolution.
Digital and analog methods, and darkroom techniques are permitted.

Other Info:

The contest is open to Ontario residents only. The winning photo will be chosen by the blogTO editorial team.

Good luck!

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