Wreath Decorating Contest - Benefitting the Anne Arundel County Food Bank
After reading the contest rules below, click HERE or the button above to enter the contest.
- Any business or non-profit can enter.
- Home-based businesses are eligible however, please note that in the comment section of your registration so we can arrange for pick-up/drop off. Your wreaths will be on display at a central location with other home-based businesses.
- For our left-brained, non-creative folks, don't worry! You don't have to make one yourself to participate. Wreaths can be made by loved ones, staff or even purchased.
- Get creative! Design a unique Holiday Wreath that represents your style or business! Wreaths can be artificial, fresh or made of other materials such as ribbon. Check out Pinterest, Etsy or some of the samples at the bottom of the event page for inspiration.
- Businesses are responsible for all costs associated with decorating the wreaths.
- Wreaths will be raffled off with a portion of proceeds benefitting the AACO Food Bank so we do ask that they have a minimum retail value of $50.
- Entrants agree to share the contest with their customers and encourage them to participate in the giveaway and wreath raffle.
- Wreaths must be photo ready and on display by Monday, November 23rd. Someone will be by that day to take a picture of your wreath for the website and Facebook Favorite Contest. Voting will begin no later than Wednesday, November 25th.
- Storefront businesses - please display your wreath in a visible area so our Keepin' the Cheer Giveaway entrants and judges can easily find it.
- Each Judge will select their favorite wreath and the winners will receive an award to proudly display as well as a few prizes from local businesses
- The wreath with the most Facebook likes will win the Facebook Favorite Winner and will win (2) Roundtrip tickets from Southwest Airlines.
- All winners will be announced via Facebook Live on December 15th at 5PM.
- Proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce and the Anne Arundel Food Bank.