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contest invites shutterbugs to capture the state’s scenic beauty

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    October 4, 2022 10:24 PM EDT

    The locally owned and operated Bank of Utah is inviting Utahns to enter original color photos of their favorite Utah landscapes, and their friends and family enjoying those landscapes, in the bank’s third annual “My Utah” photo contest running through Sept. 6.The first-place winner will receive $500, and the winning photo will be featured on an electronic billboard. The second- and third-place winners will receive $300 and $200, respectively. The top three photos, plus nine runners-up, will be showcased in the bank’s annual promotional calendar. All photos may have the opportunity to be highlighted in other Bank of Utah advertising and marketing as well.To get more news about 一级片免费看, you can visit our official website.

    At Bank of Utah we say, ‘Together, we are Utah,’ and what better way to show that than with photos of Utah and Utahns enjoying the state together?” said Douglas L. DeFries, the bank’s president. “Our state has an amazing variety of scenic landscapes – majestic mountains with glassy lakes, breathtaking whitewater rapids, deserts in bloom, red rock towers and pink sand dunes. We love to get out and hike, bike, ride, boat, raft and climb in those landscapes. We can’t wait to see Utah’s natural wonders and beauty through your perspective!”

    Utahns age 18 and older are encouraged to post their original color photos of Utah landscapes and/or people enjoying Utah landscapes on Bank of Utah’s gallery page through Sept. 6. Photos may be in vertical or horizontal orientation. JPEG format is preferred, and photos must be 300 dpi minimum.Photos should not be significantly altered or include properties or structures owned by a third party. Individuals may enter up to three photos. For a complete list of rules and to enter photos, click here.

    “It is our privilege to share these beautiful photos taken by talented people from communities across our state,” said Roger Christensen, senior vice president of marketing, communications and business development for Bank of Utah. “As a community bank, we want to keep our neighbors involved with the bank and provide a way for them to share their talents for all to see. We have had such a great response in previous years, and we plan to make this a tradition for years to come.”