Jun 102013

In honor of Father’s Day, LifeStory has a contest going on. This is for all of the people whose father has passed away. You can make a memorial site, win a hardcover book and a subscription to Modern Widow’s Club Magazine also. Here is the campaign:

Create a LifeStory between June 9 – June 23, 2013 that is in honor of a passed father.

Invite your friends to contribute to your LifeStory page, asking them to share stories, photos, and memories. That is all that you need to do to enter, then the top 5 LifeStory pages with the most posts and comments will receive a the hardback book with all of the stories, photos and memories from the page and a one year subscription to Modern Widows Club magazine.

Contest Rules and Regulations:

Winner will be determined by the total number of posts and comments on a single LifeStory page. The top 5 LifeStory profiles with the highest numbers at the end of the entry period will be awarded prizes as noted above.

Contest begins at 12:01am on 6/9/13 and closes on 6/23/13 at 11:59 pm. All posts must be submitted by contest deadline to be counted. Top LifeStories will be selected 6/24/2013 and will be based on total number of posts and comments on a single LifeStory page.

Winners will be announced on our Facebook page on June 24 and notified via email. They will have 30 days to claim prizes. Hard back books will be designed and delivered within a 6 month period. Each book will be designed based on LifeStory profile content. Only content posted on LifeStory.com will be included in book. Video and link postings will not be included in book.

Only the first year of Modern Widows Club magazine will be paid for by LifeStory.com, all subsequent yearly subscriptions are the sole responsibility of the winner.

Estimated Prize Value: $75, preserving memories: Priceless


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