You love tennis. You love your pet. But how many of your pets love tennis?
It’s time to find out.
USTA Middle States’ Tennis Pets Contest has officially started, giving pets from all over the Middle States Section a chance to show off their tennis skills. Whether your pet likes to hold racquets or simply likes to chase – or pose with – tennis balls, we want to see it.
Pets can be entered by visiting Middle States on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram (@ustamiddlestates) and submitting the photo using the hashtag #TennisPets. Photos may also be submitted directly to Middle States by emailing email@example.com. Voting will take place on the Middle States Facebook page as submissions come in. (Please allow 24 hours for photos to be visible on the Facebook page.)
Contest winner will receive a $200 pet store gift card, tennis balls and #TeamMiddleStates-branded pet gear.
*Contest rules allow for one vote, per person, per day.
*Only one photo per email address will be accepted.
*Employees of the USTA are not eligible to win the contest.
*USTA Middle States reserves the right to review each photo for approval before it is officially entered for voting.
*Contest runs from March 17, 2015 through March 31, 2015. The contest will close at 11:59 p.m. on the 31st.
*Winner will be confirmed the week of April 6, 2015.
*Contest is open to legal residents of their respective countries where not prohibited by law, who are thirteen (13) years of age or older at the time of entry who have Internet access and a valid e-mail account. Middle States has the right to verify the eligibility of each entrant.
*Winning individual must reside in the USTA Middle States Section.
*By entering the contest, the entrant agrees to full and unconditional acceptance of rules.
*By entering the contest, all entrants grant full permission to USTA Middle States to use the entrant’s photograph in whole or in part, in any and all media for the purpose of advertising and publicity, without compensation, except where prohibited by law.
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