CAST YOUR VOTES NOW ON CECILDAILY.COM/BARK N K, OUR D , I V E HERE’S HOW 1. September 5, begins roun 3 of the contest. Go to cecildaily.com/bark Select which dog you are voting for. ter the dogs c responding number. Enter the dollar amount you wish to pay. (minimum vote $1.00 for ten votes). Co te the entry form in its entirety. Let us know you’re not a robot by placing an “X” in the box, and then click the “SUBMIT” button. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. . Remember, each vote is ten cents. So, with the $1 minimum every dog will receive at least ten votes. The more you vote, the better your dogs chances are of winning. Entries with the most votes advance to the next round. With each round running Sunday through Wednesday until we keep going until we have the TOP DOG. VIEW THE COMPLETE SET OF RULES AT CECILDAILY.COM/BARK BARK MADNESS JUST GOT MORE EXCITING! PRIZES: • 1st Prize: $250 Gift Card • 2nd Prize: $100 Gift Card • 3rd Prize: $50 Gift Card The winning photo, runner-up, and 3rd place will receive prizes. Winners will be announced online and in print. ADDING TO THE EXCITEMENT! The twelve dogs earning the top number of voting spots at the end of the contest, will also be featured in our NEW Dogs 2021 Calendar being introduced this coming November. THE TWELVE DOGS WILL RECEIVE A PROFESSIONAL PET PHOTO SHOOT TO BE USED FOR THE CALENDAR.* The Twelve dogs with the most votes will also be featured on the front cover of the Dogs of the Eastern Shore 2021 Calendar. The owners of the winning dogs will also receive a copy of the calendar. *Winning pets must be able to commit to photography session in October with Photographer to complete calendar-otherwise an alternate winner will be chosen. Reader Subscription Grant PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE CECIL WHIG READER SUBSCRIPTION GRANT The Reader Subscription Grant Program aims to provide digital or print subscriptions at no cost to individuals or families in Cecil County impacted by COVID-19. As the leading source for news and information for Cecil County residents, this program will keep grant recipients with COVID updates at the local level as well as healthy best practices, and money saving opportunities from area grocers and retail businesses.
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