The City of Warren
ATTENTION ALL CITY OF WARREN EMPLOYEES
We invite you to participate in the United Way - City of Warren Photography Contest. For centuries, Warren, Ohio has served as a catalyst for community growth and is home to many beautiful landmarks, art galleries, buildings, gardens and people. We encourage all employees of Warren to capture this true beauty by participating in the City of Warren Photography Contest and support United Way of Trumbull County as we work to provide solutions for community growth and stability!
How to Donate and Submit Your Photos
Participating employees may submit an unlimited amount of entries with a donation of $2 or more per pay period to the United Way of Trumbull County. To make your donation, click on the button found at the top of the page or text 'Warren' to 41444. After your donation is made, a link will be provided and will take you to the site to enter your photo(s). Contest submissions must be uploaded to your Facebook, Instagram or Twitter accounts before entering them and must be taken within Warren City limits. If you do not have a social media account, email all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once a donation is made, you may revisit this page or text Warren to 41444 and enter as many photos as you would like. If you choose to text Warren to 41444 for additional entries, just skip over all the information except the submit button. Simply press submit and the next button will be displayed. When you press the next button, the entry form will be displayed.
Your contest submissions will be judged by three professional photographers in the area based on 40% Warren City theme, 40% creativity and 20% photography skill. A winner will be selected from the three categories of people, places or things and all 3 will receive special recognition in the newspaper and recognition at the 2018 Warren Homecoming. There will also be an overall prize winner who will receive the same special recognition as well as a Warren themed gift basket. Winning photographs will also be displayed in a to be determined Warren City building.