KAYTEE is launching a Wild Bird Photo Calendar Contest in commemoration of National February Wild Bird Feeding Month. The photo contest is geared toward getting consumers more involved in wild bird feeding and watching in which KAYTEE is asking birders to submit their best wild bird photos for a chance to win one year worth of a premium KAYTEE wild bird food blend! Additionally, of those that submit photos, 12 will be selected to be included in the 2013 KAYTEE Wild Bird Calendar edition. Contestants can begin submitting photos from February 1, 2012 through June 1, 2012.
Consumers are being notified of the KAYTEE Wild Bird Photo Calendar Contest through the distribution of 50,000 flyers which have been inserted into bags of selected KAYTEE wild bird food blends. In addition to the photo contest, consumers that receive the flyers will also receive a $2.00 off coupon on any KAYTEE Cardinal Blend wild bird food and a $5.00 discount on the Project FeederWatch membership with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. [For more information on Project FeederWatch, please visit www.feederwatch.org].
Photo Contest Prizes:
One (1) Grand Prize:
For more information on how to participate in the KAYTEE Wild Bird Photo Calendar Contest, please visit www.kayteewildbirds.com under the “Gallery” tab and click on “Photo Contest”.
About KAYTEE – A division of Central Garden and Pet, KAYTEE Products, Inc. provides wild bird food, feeders, pet bird, small mammal and other products to help customers connect to nature. Founded in 1866 as a grain and seed business, the business has evolved over the years, but remains steadfastly committed to and highly regarded for superior quality, reliable service and innovative products. KAYTEE was a 2009 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year nominee for outstanding business performance. Learn more about KAYTEE at www.kaytee.com or at KAYTEE Wild Bird on Facebook.
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