Convention & Visitor’s Bureau seeking area photos
This is an opportunity for area residents to show their hometown pride by sharing with visitors what a wonderful place the Kenosha Area is, no matter the season. Photos help draw tourists to the community. Tourism, in turn, makes a positive impact on the local economy.
Each photo submitted has the chance to be used on KACVB’s web site, in the Kenosha Area Visitors Guide and other marketing, to promote the Kenosha Area as a fun and exciting place for out-of-town visitors. At the end of the year, all photos submitted during 2011 will be judged. The top photos will be awarded dinner for two at an area restaurant. Photos will be judged based on content and quality. An entry form must be submitted with each photo.
Throughout the year and all four seasons, the KACVB accepts photos of recreational activities, landmarks, nature, festivals and events, and attractions. Possible images include golfing at Petrifying Springs Golf Course, biking at Richard Bong State Recreation Area, walking around Lake Andrea, flying a kite along Lake Michigan, exploring Kenosha’s four National Register Historic Districts, or playing with your dog at the Off-Leash Dog Park at Old Settlers Park.
Anyone is eligible to enter the contest, however the photos must be taken in Kenosha County. For a complete set of the contest rules and an entry form, log on to the Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau’s web site at www.KenoshaCVB.com, e-mail [email protected], visit the KACVB Visitor Information Center in Downtown Kenosha at 812 56th St. (Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.), or call 654-7307 ext. 13.