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Hallmark Snapshots of Love Photo Contest

Know what's the best thing about mom and dad?  Whip out those cameras and show Hallmark in

Hallmark's Snapshots of Love Photo Contest!

Open to all Filipino citizens (should be residing in the Philippines) aged 10 years old and above, show Hallmark the best thing about you mom and/or a dad or being aprent!  Photos can be pictures of parents or images representative of parenthood or families.

For those who will drop their entries at the participating stores, deadline for entries is on June 27, 2010 at store closing hours; while entries submitted online or thru mail must be received by June 30, 2010. 

All entries must be submitted along with
a) a single receipt from any participating retail store as proof of purchase of a Hallmark Mother’s Day and/or Father’s Day card.  Receipt should be dated within the contest period: April 16 to June 27, 2010.  For participants who will submit their entries online, a scanned image of the receipt must also be uploaded.

b) a duly filled out registration form available online at or from any designated Hallmark store representative in participating stores.

Please visit the their website for full details.
Prizes at stake:
1st prize: Apple iTouch
2nd prize: Canon Selphy ES30 Photo Printer
3rd prize: Canon Powershot A480 camera
Consolation prizes: 2 winners of Nokia 5130 XpressMusic

So what are you waiting for?  Take that picture perfect moment!
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