Submit Your Summer Photos for a Chance to Win BCN’s Good Health Photo Contest!

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During the cold months of winter we all catch ourselves scrolling through Facebook photos of hot summer days, reminiscing about warm weather and outdoor activities. Well, Blue Care Network may reward you for doing just that!
Blue Care Network wants you to throw it back to the warm days of summer with the #BCNGoodHealth photo contest! Show us your favorite Michigan picture, scenic shot or healthy family photo during the summer and you could be featured on the cover of BCN’s Good Health Magazine and BCN’s February Facebook page cover photo!
Here’s how you can enter to win:
  1. ‘Like’ the BCN Facebook page.
  1. Find a scenic image from this past summer or one of you and your kids getting healthy (such as exercising or playing outside, playing sports, eating and preparing healthy meals, planting vegetable gardens, swimming, camping, and more). The photo should be 300 dpi (dots per inch) and 8.5 inches wide by 7.5 inches tall.
  1. Upload your photo to your personal Facebook pages and include #BCNGoodHealth in the caption before December 31. You can also add the hashtag to current Facebook photos. (Note, photos must be public to be eligible.)
  1. BCN will select an image at the end of December to be used as our February Facebook cover photo and on the cover of the Spring/Summer Good Health Magazine cover.
We’re looking forward to seeing your photos!
Photo credit: Damian Gadal

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