Friday, October 17, 2003

Show off your photo

If you photographed the Light Up Cincinnati event Thursday night, you could win $1,000 cash.

Amateur and professional photographers can submit their images of Light Up Cincinnati - in which stadiums, homes and downtown office buildings were lit brilliantly for hours - for a Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce contest that will be judged by marketing executives and photo experts.

The images must have been taken between 6 p.m. and midnight Oct. 16.

Submit an 8-by-10 or 11-by-14 print by Oct. 31 to the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, Suite 300, 441 Vine St., Cincinnati 45202.

The first-place prize is $1,000 cash; second-place winners receive $500. Award winners will be announced Nov. 6.

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