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Alpharetta-based Homeside Properties launches Facebook contest to reward local children
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October 23, 2013 12:36 PM | 953 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Homeside Properties, an Associa company, recently launched a Facebook promotion targeted toward its Atlanta-area homeowners who want to showcase their child’s writing and drawing abilities.

Homeowners in company-managed communities can submit their child’s holiday artwork for a chance to be featured on Homeside’s holiday card. The winner will also receive a $50 gift card, while the winner’s community will receive a $200 gift card to be used in their community.

Interested homeowners can email a picture of their child’s artwork featuring their home or community during the holidays for submission, and it will be posted on the company Facebook page. This contest is open to children 12 years old and younger.

Submissions for the contest will be taken until Nov. 1 and posted on the company’s Facebook page. Voting for the contest will continue though Nov. 8.

Interested participants should email the submission to ngarmon@homesideproperties.com

The company will post the submitted photo on their page in a gallery called “My Holidays at Home Contest ”

Participants can tell family, friends and neighbors to “like” Homeside on Facebook and like the photo of the submission in the photo gallery.

The photo/entry with the most votes will be featured as the cover artwork for the Homeside holiday card.

Homeowners should include their name with the entry, along with their property address, personal contact information (name, email), child’s name and age and name of their community.

The contest winner will be contacted personally by the company to learn how to claim their prize. The winner will then be announced publicly on the company Facebook page, their community website and featured on the holiday card.

Contest entrants must read and comply with the official contest rules.

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