Last Call for our Take Your Best Shot Photo Contest!

Last Call for our Take Your Best Shot Photo Contest!

Last Call for our Take Your Best Shot Photo Contest!

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One Month Left to Submit to Richardson’s Photo Contest

You have one month left to enter Richardson’s fourth annual Take Your Best Shot photo contest! The contest closes on September 15, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. Make sure to get your photos in for your chance to win some great prizes and be featured in Richardson’s 2018 calendar.

All Richardson employees and customers are encouraged to submit photos that showcase the Canadian agriculture industry and highlight Richardson. Photos should feature our locations and the agriculture industry throughout the entire season—from planting the seed to harvesting the crop. The winning shots will be featured in marketing materials, on our website, on Richardson’s social media channels and in the 2018 Richardson calendar.

How to Enter Submit your photos to photo@richardson.ca and include:

  • Photographer’s name and location
  • Telephone number
  • Description of the photo and the location
  • Twitter and Instagram handles, if applicable

Prizes Your great shots could get you one of these prizes!

  • First Place: iPad
  • Second Place: Bluetooth wireless headphones
  • Third Place: Richardson water-resistant Bluetooth speaker

Eligibility Any entrants seeking to win one of the prizes must submit a photo of a high enough resolution to be featured in our calendar. Photos should be 300 dpi and no smaller than 8” x 10” and four megabytes. If photo submissions are 72 dpi, they must be at least 3,000 pixels in size both vertically and horizontally.

Photos of lower resolution are not eligible to win the prizes, but may still be featured on Richardson’s social media channels and used as smaller images in Richardson’s 2018 calendar.

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