Happy Howl-i-days Pet Photo Contest

Happy Howl-i-days Pet Photo Contest

Here at Security Today, we’re decking the halls with photos of our pets, and we want you to catch the spirit of the holidays, too! Enter your pet in our Happy Howl-i-Days Facebook Pet Photo Contest for your chance to win a Sweet Peek video baby monitor graciously donated by LOREX!

Fellas, we know you adore your buddy! Why else would the dog be nicknamed “man’s best friend?” Snap a picture of your best friend—dogs, cats, birds, fish and other pets welcome—and send it on over!

And ladies, it’s time to break out the cute little Santa hats, reindeer antler headbands, elf hats and adorable sweaters for your pet and get to snapping some pictures!

How to Enter:

  1. Simply email a creative holiday photo of your 4-legged family member, or 2-legged if you have a bird or no-legged if you have fish or…well, I think you get the idea…to Ginger at contest@security-today.com.
  2. Brag a little about your pet, and tell me why he or she loves the holidays.
  3. Be sure to include your pet’s name, your name and email addy. (All personal information will be kept confidential!)
  4. Have your friends, family, coworkers, etc., the more the merrier, come on over and “like” your pet on Security Today’s Facebook page in the “Happy Howl-i-days Pet Photo Contest” album.

The pet photo with the most likes by December 31, 2013 will win a Lorex Sweet Peek video baby monitor, and a little surprise for your pet, too, for looking so dang cute! And, as a bonus, the winning photo will be featured as our Facebook cover photo, along with our logo, of course!

**Disclaimer: Can’t use the baby monitor? Consider giving it as a gift to a friend or family member OR donate to a nonprofit organization! ‘Tis the season for giving!

Contest Rules

  • This contest is free to enter.
  • Contest will commence on December 2, 2013 and conclude on December 31, 2013 at midnight.
  • Please email only one (1) photo per pet or one (1) group pet photo to Ginger at contest@security-today.com. Consecutive photos of the same pet or the same group of pets will not be processed and/or entertained.
  • Only holiday-themed pet photos will be accepted.
  • All photos must be the original work of the entrants and must not infringe upon the copyrights, trademarks, rights of privacy, publicity, other intellectual property or other rights of any person and/or entity.
  • Photos must be approved by the Administrator and will not immediately be visible in the online gallery.
  • Photos will appear in the “Happy Howl-i-day Pet Photo Contest” album upon approval by the Administrator.
  • One (1) winner will be select by the public voted through Security Today’s Fan page with the most “likes.”
  • Result will be published by January 6, 2014 via Security Today’s Facebook page, and the winner will be notified via email.
  • The prize donated by Lorex, the Sweet Peak Video Baby Monitor, will be mailed to the address provided by the winner upon notification.

About the Author

Ginger Hill is Group Social Media Manager.

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