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BYU Bookstore plans Fourth Annual Photo Contest featuring Bookstore bags

Entries must be submitted by Sept. 13

The BYU community is encouraged to get ready to win with the BYU Bookstore’s Fourth Annual Photo Contest. To enter, take a picture with a BYU Bookstore bag and submit your photo at the BYU Bookstore Photoshop desk. All entries must be received by Sept. 13, 2008.

Prizes include:

• A $1,000 BYU Bookstore gift card (Grand Prize)

• An Olympus FE-280 digital camera (First Prize)

• Three Olympus FE-210 digital cameras (Second Prizes)

• Six $50 BYU Bookstore gift cards (Honorable Mentions)

Past winners have included pictures of Fijian warriors dressed in Bookstore bags, ice fishing in Alaska and camels in the Sahara. So, wherever you go this summer, take your camera and a BYU Bookstore bag.

For more information, pick up a flyer at the BYU Bookstore. To see past winners, go to www.byubookstore.com, click on the Fun and Games tab and view the 2007 BYU Bag Winners.

Writer: Marissa Ballantyne

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