Brewer seeks entries for photo contest


Brewer Yacht Yards is looking for photos that depict the "Brewer experience" and is holding a photo contest to find the perfect shots.

Winning images will show originality, artistic creativity, and will reflect an appreciation for Brewer locations. All images will be considered for use in Brewer Yacht Yard marketing, on the BYY Web site, in the Brewer Tide Watch newsletter, and/or in print advertising.

Digital photographs should be taken at the highest resolution possible, and submissions should be sent as JPGs to Include your name (as you would like the photo credit to appear), mailing address, phone number, and e-mail with your submission. All entries must be uploaded by 2 p.m. EDT, Sept. 8.

Brewer Yacht Yards' photo contest is open to photographers ages 18 and over. The grand prize winner will receive a $250 credit toward winter storage at a Brewer Yacht Yard or $200 cash; second- and third-prize winners receive a $150 credit toward winter storage at a Brewer Yacht Yard or $100 cash; and honorable mention winners receive a $75 credit toward winter storage at a Brewer Yacht Yard or $50 cash.

Winners will be notified by Oct. 1.

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