It’s that time of year again! Santa has arrived full force and everyone and their mother is trying to get a pic with the big guy. If my kids pictures are any indication, the vast majority of these pictures are questionable representations of our children at best. The fact is, we’ve all got at least one photo through the years that resembles this one. You get them all dolled up, you wait in line, and then all you get are angry, crying, or goofy faces. What can you do but laugh?
Well, we’ve got an idea! You can share them on Rocket City Mom. Why not bask in solidarity? Let the world laugh WITH you and you could win a second chance at the perfect family Santa photo.
Want to join in the fun? Upload your own Sad Santa Photo (link at bottom of post) before 5PM on Nov 14th. Voting will end at 10PM on November 15 and the photo with the most votes will win! We’ll announce the winner here and on social media Monday, November 16th.
Each IP address can vote once. To increase your chance of winning, encourage your friends to vote by sharing the contest on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.
Not only do we hope this contest is super fun and good for a few laughs, but the winner will receive a well-deserved family photo session* with one of our favorite local PROFESSIONAL photographers, Sarah Brewer of Click Photo Designs AND the big guy himself. The session will include 5 professionally edited images from the session on CD!
*If you can’t make the Santa photo session on the 28th, you can choose to use your package in 2016.
The rules are simple but must be adhered to. By submitting a photo, each contestant agrees to the rules of the contest and states that he or she is 18 years old or older.
- The photo you upload must be one of your own child.
- You must own the “rights” to the photo (don’t submit a professional photo please).
- While you retain your rights to your photograph, by entering the contest, you grant Rocket City Mom Media Group, LLC (RCMMG) a royalty-free, world-wide, perpetual, non-exclusive license to publicly display, distribute, reproduce and create derivative works of the entries, in whole or in part, in any media now existing or later developed including, but not limited to, advertising and promotion of the website. In Other Words: We might use the winner’s photo to promote next year’s contest.