Is Your Dachsund a Dreamboat?
Enter the Invitation Homes “FURRIFIC PHOTOS” Contest!
Do you have a fetching feline? A lovely lab? A ravishing retriever? A handsome hound?
Then enter the “Furrific Photos” contest! Submit a photo or video of your pet, and you could win a gift card!
We know that not all pets are fortunate enough to have a loving home, and we want to provide hope and help to abused and homeless animals. That is why we are starting the Invitation Homes’ “Furrific Photos” Campaign and will donate $1 to ASPA for each “Furrific Photos” contest entry.
Want to donate along with your submission? Visit the Invitation Homes’ “Furrific Photos” Campaign and donate today.
Invitation Homes’ “Furrific Photos” Campaign
Here’s how it works:
- Get your crazy-cute critter ready for his or her close up
- Take a picture or short video of your pet
- “Like” us on Facebook and select your region
- Upload your photos/video by March 30– you can upload up to two photos or one 20-second video
We’ll select the top three residents with the cutest pets to receive gift cards!
1st Place – $100 gift card
2nd Place – $50 gift card
3rd Place – $25 gift card
Look on Facebook to see daily “Furrific Photos” features – and visit the Invitation Homes’ “Furrific Photos” Campaign to see updates on our donation.
Winners will be announced on the Invitation Homes Facebook page March 31, 2015. Not a fan? Like us now!
Contest valid for current Invitation Homes residents only. Only one entry per home. Invitation Homes employees can enter but are not eligible for prizes. Submissions may contain up to two photos or one video of 20 seconds in length or shorter. Submissions should be submitted no later than Monday, March 30, 2015. Winners will be announced on the Invitation Homes Facebook page Tuesday, March 31, 2015. By submitting, resident gives permission for their photos or videos to be used by Invitation Homes in future marketing materials, social media or online promotions. Invitation Homes is not responsible for uploads not received due to delivery failure or excessively large file attachments.