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Reminder: Enter School Bus Fleet’s Photo Contest

Nicole Schlosser
Posted on May 6, 2019
Chuck Barss of Schuylerville (N.Y.) Central Schools was one of the winners in the 2018 SBF Photo Contest with this peaceful pastoral scene.
Chuck Barss of Schuylerville (N.Y.) Central Schools was one of the winners in the 2018 SBF Photo Contest with this peaceful pastoral scene.

Grab your cameras (or phones) and start shooting: School Bus Fleet’s annual Photo Contest is back for another round.

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 a few 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, 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 Friday, June 14, 2019. Winners will be notified in July.
• All entries become property of School Bus Fleet.
• Email entries to info@schoolbusfleet.com. Include the entrant’s name, title, affiliation, and phone number.

Nicole Schlosser Executive Editor
Comments ( 2 )
  • Sadiah Thompson, SBF Edit

     | about 6 months ago

    Marie, the district's logo doesn't need to be removed from photo entries.

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