Church Hill Classics (CHC) recently reached out to student athletes with a Sports Photo Scholarship Contest! We wanted to recognize the dedication of high school and college athletes, since they have a huge responsibility. They not only have to attend their practices and games, but they have the added responsibly of being a full-time student.
The photo entries we received of the student athletes celebrating their athletic victories were amazing. You can see the commitment, achievement, hard work, and athletic ability in these photos. That makes it clear why one of the pinnacles of a student athlete's efforts is receiving a varsity letter.
Framing varsity letters is becoming increasingly popular and a current trend in sports. CHC created a contest that would give away 11 custom Varsity Letter Frames to 11 chosen Finalists, along with a $500 scholarship for the top Winner of the contest.
This contest was open to all high school and college varsity athletes that are attending college as a full-time student for the 2012-2013 academic year. To enter this contest, students were asked to submit a celebratory sports photo that portrays the ‘true celebration of a sport.’
The initial entry period of the contest was May 22 – July 9, 2012. It was very difficult to choose the 11 Finalists after seeing all the awesome sports photos that were sent to us. We announced our 11 Finalists on July 17th, 2012.
Now, the Finalists have nine days for their family, friends, coworkers, teammates, neighbors, coaches, and more to vote for them in an online public vote ending July 26th, 2012. The Finalists are already winners because they are fantastic athletes, plus they will each receive a custom varsity letter frame. There can only be one winner of the $500 scholarship, so the Finalist who receives the most votes will be the winner of the scholarship.
There is still time to vote. You can view all the finalists here. Below are the 11 Finalists for the contest, click on the one you like best. Help a student further their educational career!
Courtney Devlin of Springfield, Missouri
Stephanie Gann of Tacoma, Washington
Jacolby Robinson of Arlington, Texas
Savannah Hanson of Grand Junction, Colorado
Bradley McAdam of Seneca Falls, New York
Laura Beaty of Coppell, Texas
Donovan Ellis of Arlington, Texas
Allison Johnson of Edina, Minnesota
Megan Robertson of Tewksbury, Massachusetts
Sydni Clark of Mushegon, Michigan
Kyle Younger of Fenton, Missouri
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