Enter Our Valentine's Day Photo Contest And Win A $200 Gift Card!
Do you love romantic movies? Do you love taking photos? Great! You're just right for out V-Day photo contest. Gather your best ideas, your best friends, and your best photo-taking, scene-recreating skills and get to work.
Here's the dealio: We want to see who can best recreate a famous love scene from a movie. The winner gets a $200 gift card and takes me to Chipotle (just kidding, not that I'd say no to the offer).
The rules are simple: take a photo recreating a romantic movie scene (we've provided a few classic examples above). You and you're loved one(s) don't have to be in the picture but you will definitely get brownie points if you are! We're looking for creativity and accuracy above all else. One winner, based on online voting and our judging, will receive a $200 Gift Card in time for Valentine's Day! Simply LIKE HooplaHa on Facebook and submit your photo below by 12pm EST on February 13, 2014 (you must 13 years or older and a US resident to enter). Be sure to let your friends and family know to vote for your photo and spread the word to increase your chances of winning!
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