Bing partners with US National Park Service for #FindYourPark photo contest
The winning photo will be featured on Bing's home page during National Park Week and will be used as Bing's Facebook and Twitter cover photo in April.
Bing has partnered with the US National Park Service for the organization’s centennial celebrations and is hosting a #FindYourPark photo contest to help promote the US’s 59 national parks.
The grand prize winner’s photo will be featured on Bing’s home page during National Park Week and will serve as the cover photo on Bing’s Facebook and Twitter pages for all of April in honor of Earth Month.
Between now and March 30, photos taken at any of the US’s 59 national parks can be submitted via Bing’s Facebook page. Voting begins March 23.
Given 305 million people visited a national park in 2015 and every single one of them took a photo, there’s bound to be some tough competition, so shoot wisely.
In addition to the winning photo being featured on Bing, the grand prize winner will also be awarded two round-trip travel tickets from Alaska Airlines, three nights’ accommodations from the National Park Hospitality Association and $500 worth of Filson outdoor gear.
The contest includes two runner-up categories: “Find Your Heritage” (for photos of National Heritage Areas and landmarks) and “Find Your Park.” Winners for each of these categories will receive $500 in Filson outdoor gear and $250 in B&H Photo camera equipment.
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