News Release, SagePoint Senior Living Services
Sagepoint Senior Living Services Launches 4th Annual Images of Aging Photo Contest
La Plata, Md., (February 1, 2019) – Sagepoint Senior Living Services invites residents of Southern Maryland to enter their fourth annual Images of Aging Photo Contest. To enter, submit a photo of a senior(s) and their favorite pet. More information on the contest and examples can be found by visiting www.sagepointcare.org/photocontest!
Entries must be submitted electronically via Sagepoint’s website during the month of February. There is no entry fee, however individuals may only submit one (1) entry into the contest. The contest ends Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. EST (U.S.) and voting will take place the first week of March.
“Our annual photo contest is a great way to bring attention to older adults in Southern Maryland,” says Kelsey Pearson, Sagepoint’s Director of Marketing. “As always, we look forward to your submissions and encourage all members of our community to participate!”
The winning photograph will be determined via the number of Facebook and Instagram likes it acquires during one week (March 1 to March 8) on Sagepoint’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/SagepointCare, and on Sagepoint’s Instagram page, www.instagram.com/SagepointCare. Submitters are encouraged to promote their photos via social media once they are placed on Sagepoint’s Facebook/Instagram pages to garner votes. The two additional winning photographs will be determined via a vote by Sagepoint Senior Living Services’ staff and community (residents). Winners will be announced in March 2019 on Sagepoint’s website as well as their social media pages. Good luck!
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