Lights, camera, action! CLC introduced Wild About Wyoming video contest

JACKSON, WY— Think your kid, pet, or family is the cutest and best around?

So do most parents, but Children’s Learning Center is offering a chance to really prove it.  Presenting: their new Wild About Wyoming video contest. This is a great way to get your home videos viewed all over the world! Upload funny, adventurous, silly, cute or daredevil short videos and have a chance at winning a great grand prize!

CREATE
Pull out your phone, grab your camera, tap record, and show us in sixty seconds or less your Wild About Wyoming videos in following categories: Pets/Animals, Kids, Rodeo, Sports, Grab Bag / Misc.

SUBMIT
Fill out the entry form at WildAboutWyoming.com and submit your videos digitally in an MP4 or MOV format by December 31, 2018.

VOTE
The top 5 videos in each category will be placed on the Children’s Learning Center website for public voting from January 11 – February 23, 2019.

WIN
Wild About Wyoming judges will select the top five videos in each category. Fans will vote for the videos online and the top videos will be chosen based on popular vote and featured at a screening party on
February 24, 2019.

PRIZES

TOP 5 VIDEOS
in each category gets a viral blast by Viral Seed.

TOP VOTED VIDEOS
in each category wins a gift basket.

GRAND PRIZE VIDEO
wins a movie pass and an additional viral blast up to 5,000 amount of views.

INTERESTED IN SPONSORING A VIDEO CATEGORY FOR $100?
Benefits include:
– Business Logo and link on event website
– Business Name Listed at the end of winning videos
– Facebook and Instagram shout outs
– Live Mention at the Screening Party

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
Jodi Siegfried, Development Manager
[email protected] • 307-733-1616


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