Village, Visitors Bureau seeking photos

October 16, 2017 - photo frame

The encampment of Pleasant Prairie and a Kenosha Area Convention and Visitor Bureau are seeking photos shot by internal residents.

Pleasant Prairie

Pleasant Prairie is seeking photos for a Through Your Frame print contest.

Selected particular photos will seem in a village’s calendar and apparatus directory, mailed to any home in a village, or in other encampment publications, a encampment website or amicable media accounts. These will be for 2018.

Being sought are photos that stress healthy scenes, landmarks, attractions, internal events, recreational and encampment activities in a village.

Three winners will be selected from entries submitted between Jun 1 and Aug. 31, with an additional 3 winners for submissions between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31.

Winners will accept a present certificate to a encampment restaurant.

Entry forms are accessible during or during a encampment hall, 9915 39th Ave.

For some-more information, call 262-925-6701 or email


The Kenosha Area Convention and Visitors Bureau is looking for photos for a Picture Your Kenosha Photo Contest.

The business quite wants photos of recreational activities, landmarks, nature, festivals, events and attractions.

Digital photos might be submitted online during

Print photos or a CD of photos might be submitted as well. Information is accessible on a website.

Anyone is authorised to enter a contest; however a photos contingency be taken in Kenosha County.

Photos might be used on KACVB’s website, in a Kenosha Area Visitors Guide and other marketing, to foster a Kenosha area.

To enter, go to or revisit a Visitor Information Center, 812 56th St., or call 654-7307, ext. 13.

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