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SBF Photo Contest returns

Posted on April 13, 2010
Rebecca Hatfield of Greenville (Ohio) City Schools was a winner in last year’s contest with this action-packed shot.
Rebecca Hatfield of Greenville (Ohio) City Schools was a winner in last year’s contest with this action-packed shot.

Grab your camera and start shooting — it’s time for SCHOOL BUS FLEET’s Sixth Annual Photo Contest!

The competition is open to any kind of shot related to school transportation. Three winners will receive a $100 cash prize. Each winner plus three honorable mentions will also earn a certificate.

The judges (SBF’s editorial staff) will be looking for strong content and quality. Feel free to be as creative or as straightforward as you’d like.

Winners and other notable entries will appear in a pictorial feature later in the year. To look at last year’s contest pictorial, turn to pg. 28 of the August 2009 issue or visit our online Photo Gallery.

Here are the contest regulations:

  • Entries must be digital images that are high resolution (about 1200x900 pixels or bigger).
  • The limit is four entries per person.
  • Entries must be received by June 4, 2010. Winners will be notified by June 18.
  • All entries become property of SCHOOL BUS FLEET.
  • E-mail entries to [email protected], including name, title, affiliation and phone number.
  • Or, entries can be mailed on a CD to SCHOOL BUS FLEET, 3520 Challenger St., Torrance, CA 90503.

     

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