Cover contest

The Rossland News is launching a New Cover Contest for the 2014 This is Rossland Events Guide.

The Rossland News is launching a New Cover Contest for the 2014 This is Rossland Events Guide.

If you have any shots you might think would look great on this new publication that will highlight the city to visitors from all over the world, please submit them.

The winning shot receives $200 and the photograph will be used as the cover of the 2014 This is Rossland Events Guide.

What we’re looking for: summer or winter shot

• Soft adventure (hiking, mountain biking, skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, etc.);

• Scenic views (mountains, flowers, town, etc.);

• People in the shot participating in the activity, preferably not recognizable.

Please submit your entry by going to www.rosslandnews.com, click on contests, register and submit your photo with a brief description.

All photos submitted will remain in the copyright of the photographer; however the Rossland News gains rights to use the photo when photo credit is given unless otherwise specified.

Deadline to submit is Oct. 31.

 

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