Bing Earth Day Photo Contest for US Students

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Bing Earth Day Photo Contest for US Students

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Bing has kicked off a homepage photo contest for students in the United States to submit photoshomepage_web to help celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. The winning photo will be displayed on the Bing homepage on April 22 - Earth Day.

In addition to the grand prize winner seeing their photo on Bing.com, there are some great prizes for both students and their schools. Winners across the four age groups (ages 5-10, 11-13, 14-17 and 18+) will win a trip for two to the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, Washington. Additionally, each winner will receive equipment from HP and Canon to help build digital photo resources at their school. Prizes for individual winners and their schools across the four age groups will total over $70,000:

· 1st place prizes: Individuals receive an HP Pavilion desktop and monitor and a “Digital Photo Lab” for their school.

· 2nd place prizes: Individuals receive an HP Pavilion desktop and monitor and a “Digital Photo Kit” for their school.

· 3rd place prizes: Individuals receive an HP Pavilion desktop and monitor and a “Digital Photo Starter Set” for their school.

Also during the voting stage from April 13th to the 19th, Bing will give a $5.00 GivingCard for DonorsChoose.org to the first 20,000 people who vote each day. Voters can then decide what classroom projects (like math, science, art, reading) will benefit from Bing’s donation.

To find out more about the contest, including the submission and voting process and prizes for the finalists, visit http://earthdayphotocontest.com/.

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  • The rules state:

    "You are eligible to enter this Contest if you meet the following requirements at time of entry:

       * You are a legal U.S. resident of the 50 United States ..."

    This is Earth Day, not US day guys. It should be open to everyone on Earth, not just residents of the US.

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