IRVING, Texas, May 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Society of Hispanic MBAs ("NSHMBA") announced today the launch of a nationwide social media photo contest to give away over $2,200 in gift cards sponsored by The Home Depot just in time for Father's Day.
The contest puts a new twist on giving Dad a "tie." Contestants simply take a photo of "any tie" - old or new, ugly or cute, any color, shape or size. They then upload their photo with the entry form found at facebook.com/NSHMBANATIONAL. Ten contestants with the most creative photos will each win $100 worth of gift cards and another 50 winners will each receive a $25 gift card. The contest, which gives contestants the opportunity to win over $2,200 in gift cards, is available to any United States resident, 18 years or older. Official rules are posted online with the entry form.
"We are very excited for our NSHMBA members and the general public to participate in a fun and exciting contest like this," stated Manny Gonzalez, CEO of NSHMBA. "The contest concept, created by our marketing agency, The Time Group, provides a fun opportunity for participants to win great prizes and show appreciation to their dads."
The contest winners will be selected on June 13, 2013 and their creative photos will be posted on the NSHMBA National Facebook page on June 14, 2013.
About the National Society of Hispanic MBAs-The National Society of Hispanic MBAs ("NSHMBA") was formed in 1988 as a non-profit organization. Widely known as the "Premier Hispanic Organization," NSHMBA serves 39 chapters and more than 22,000 members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. NSHMBA is dedicated to building and advancing Hispanic leadership, advocating the pursuit of higher education and providing its members with world-class professional development and career management programs. For more information, visit www.nshmba.orgNational Society of Hispanic MBAs
Web site: http://www.nshmba.org/
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