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KSLU holds Cutest Pet Photo Contest

 

Monday, April 15, 2019 
by: Tonya Lowentritt 


     HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana University’s public radio station KSLU 90.9FM is holding its second annual Cutest Pet Photo Contest open to Southeastern students, faculty, staff and community members. Entries are currently being accepted through May 14, and there is no cost to enter.
     The contest opens for voting May 15 and lasts through June 3. Individuals can vote once per day until voting closes. The photo that receives the most votes from website visitors wins.
     “We are so happy with last year’s contest,” said Rachael Beard, underwriting representative for KSLU. “With 252 entries and almost 9,300 votes, it was a huge success, and we fully expect another great competition.”
     Participants may enter their pets’ photos online at kslucontests.com for the opportunity to win a pet prize pack. Thanks to this year’s sponsors Gnarly Barley Brewery, College Town Apartments, La Carreta of Hammond, Salty Joe’s Restaurant, Royal Pets Grooming Spa, Office Depot, and Ponchatoula Feed & Seed, one grand prize winner will receive the following:
     1) A gift basket from Camp Bow Wow in Covington loaded with toys and treats, along with a gift certificate for the winner’s choice of five days of day camp and a bath or three days of boarding and a bath.
     2) A 30-minute photo shoot from J&A Photography, with 20 high-resolution digital images valued at $250, for you and your pet pal.
     3) A species appropriate gift basket of toys, treats, food and fun courtesy of Chewy.com.
     4) One pair of custom pet picture socks from DivvyUp.com.
     KSLU offers a wide variety of programming, including music and live broadcasts of sporting events, the award-winning and syndicated show “Rock School,” and the community talk show “Point of View.” Named the No. 2 college radio station in the region by the Southeast Journalism Conference, KSLU provides Southeastern students interested in broadcasting with an intensive learning environment.
     For more information, visit www.kslu.org.




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