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Last Call for School Bus Fleet Photo Contest: Give Us Your Best Shot

Thomas McMahon
Posted on June 6, 2018
Mitzi Bowers of Allen (Texas) Independent School District was a winner in last year’s SBF Photo Contest with this sharp shot.
Mitzi Bowers of Allen (Texas) Independent School District was a winner in last year’s SBF Photo Contest with this sharp shot.

Grab your camera and take aim: It's time for School Bus Fleet’s annual Photo Contest!

The competition is open to all kinds of shots related to school transportation. Two winners will each receive a $100 cash prize. The winners plus four honorable mentions will also earn a certificate.

The judges (SBF’s editors) will look for strong content and quality. Winners and other notable entries will appear in a pictorial feature later in the year. To look at last year’s top shots, turn to pg. 28 of the August 2017 issue or go here.

Here are the contest guidelines:

• Entries must be digital images that are high resolution (about 1500x1200 pixels or bigger).

• The limit is three entries per person.

• Entries must be received by June 11, 2018. Winners will be notified by July 13.

• All entries become property of School Bus Fleet.

• Email entries to [email protected], including the entrant’s name, title, affiliation, and phone number.

Thomas McMahon Executive Editor
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