Canadian Liberator

Student Photo Contest

Enter the BCAITC Student Photo Contest for a chance to win valuable prizes ($375 total prize value)!

Students, celebrate the Canadian Liberator tulips and enter the BCAITC Student Photo Contest for a chance to win valuable prizes ($375 total prize value)! Plus, all winning photos will be featured on BC Agriculture Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages and on our website www.bcaitc.ca.

How to Enter
There’s more than one way to win! Here’s how students can enter the contest:

Step 1: Take photos in one or more of the following categories:

Individual Category: Take a photo of yourself with the red Canadian Liberator tulips at your schoolyard with a sign made by you stating ‘Thank you to our Canadian Soldiers’ or a sign that says what you feel these tulips represent in the liberation of the Netherlands. There will be 5 lucky winners randomly chosen from the entries to win a $25 iTunes gift card.

and/or

Family Category: Take a photo of you and your family in front of the red Canadian Liberator Tulips at your schoolyard with a sign stating ‘Thank you Canadian soldiers’ or a sign that says what you feel these tulips represent in the liberation of the Netherlands. There will be 5 lucky winners randomly chosen from the entries to win a $50 Family Pizza Party!

Step 2: Submit your photos by email to Glenda@aitc.ca before 11:30pm PST May 20, 2020. Be sure to include the wording ‘Student Photo contest entry’ in the subject line of the email. You can have one entry per email. Parents and teachers can email entries on behalf of students if desired.

Get creative and have fun with your photos! Good luck!

Contest Rules:

  1. Contest open to K-12 students residing in BC
  2. One entry per email per category
  3. Contest closes at 11:30pm PST on May 20,2020
  4. BCAITC is not responsible for late, lost or misdirected contest entries
  5. All contest entries become the property of BCAITC
  6. Contest prizes must be accepted as awarded and are non-transferable
  7. Contest prizes will be sent to the school the student attends for pick up

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