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WASHINGTON'S LOTTERY ANNOUNCES "CATS vs. DOGS" PHOTO CONTEST
OLYMPIA (June 26 2013):
Washington's Lottery today announced a new promotion that will allow Washington state pet lovers to submit photos of their own furry friends to appear on a new
ticket. The "Cats vs. Dogs"
contest launches on Monday, July 1, and the winning six photos — chosen by popular vote — will be printed on $2
games available for purchase later this year.
What doting pet parent wouldn’t want their furry friend on a
ticket for all of Washington to see? And, for those who don’t have a pet? No problem, anyone 18 and over can cast a vote to have their say on the winning photos. Voting for Washington's favorite felines and Fidos will happen at http://walottery.com/catsdogs/ between July 29 and August 4. "We have some really creative fans, and we can't wait to see what they come up with," explained Randy Warick, Assistant Marketing Director for Washington's Lottery. "This contest is a way for Lottery players and their pets to stretch their imaginations and receive recognition in a big way!"
HOW TO JOIN THE FUN
It's easy to participate – anyone who is 18 years or older can upload a personal photo of their cat or dog photo to
. Whether you've snapped a photo of your pup waterskiing or commissioned a portrait of your cat dressed as the Space Needle, fans can submit any photo they think would make a great
Submitted photos that meet the set contest requirements will be posted on the Cats vs. Dogs site for the public to vote on their favorites. Entries will be accepted through July 28, with voting continuing until August 4. The six photos (three cats and three dogs) that receive the most votes will be brought to life as Scratch ticket photo subjects in late 2013.
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