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21 WFMJ & YM Camera Holiday Photo Contest

The Winning Photo from Carol Sinz from Lowellville, OH! The Winning Photo from Carol Sinz from Lowellville, OH!

** CONTEST HAS ENDED.  CONGRATUL;ATIONS TO OUR WINNER, CAROL SINZ FROM LOWELLVILLE, OHIO. **

Hit us with your best shot and you could win a new Nikon CoolPix S9500 Digital Camera with a 22 times power zoom courtesy of 21 WFMJ  and YM Camera!  

Everyone has a great holiday photo to share!  Pick your favorite and enter it for a chance to win.

Photos can be of your kids, your pets, your tree, your holiday vacation or of your family!

There are two ways to enter.  You can take your picture to YM Camera (address below).  If you take your picture to YM Camera, please make sure that it is 4x6 or smaller and make sure you put your name, address and daytime telephone number on the back of the photo.

You can also enter online.  E-mail your photo to 21newsnow@wfmj.com.  Make sure you put HOLIDAY PHOTO CONTEST in the subject line.  Include your name, address and a daytime telephone number in the body of the e-mail.

To enter, you must live in the 21 WFMJ viewing area (Mahoning, Trumbull, Columbiana counties in Ohio and Mercer, Lawrence counties in Pennsylvania).

Professional photographs will not be accepted.  You must own the copyright of the photo your are submitting (in other words, you must have taken the photo yourself).

One winner will be selected from all of the photos received.  The winner will receive a  Nikon CoolPix S9500 Digital Camera with a 22 times power zoom courtesy of YM Camera.  The camera has a retail value of $300.00.

Deadline to enter is December 18, 2013.  One entry per household.  You must be 18 years of age or older to enter.  No purchase necessary.  Photos taken to YM Camera will not be returned.  The winner will be notified on December 20, 2013.  Winner will be responsible for going to YM Camera to pick up their prize.  For a complete set of rules, send a SASE to...

 
YM Holiday Photo Contest
c/o 21 WFMJ
101 W. Boardman Street
Youngstown, OH  44503
 

 Here is the address for YM Camera...

755 Boardman-Canfield Road
Boardman, OH  44512
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