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Do Your Walls A Favor....CanvasCrib.com

From now until September 2nd we are inviting all of our current fans and of course any new ones to submit their favorite photo onto our Facebook page.

Each photo submission will be assigned a contest number that will be placed into the draw bin for the Photo Canvas and iPod giveaway.

Submission Deadline: 11:00PM September 2, 2008
Draw Date: September 6, 2008

Scroll down for the rules to the draw:

1) Only one submission per person may be entered so make it your favorite photo. Multiple submissions are grounds for disqualification.

2) Inappropriate or suggestive photographs will be removed immediately and will be subject to disqualification from the contest.

3) Any submissions made after 11:00PM on September 2nd, 2008 will not be accepted.

4) The draw will be made on or before September 6th, 2008.

5) The winner will be announced on the Canvas Crib Facebook Page

6) The winner gives right to CanvasCrib to announce his/her name along with photographs on the CanvasCrib.com website or the Canvas Crib Facebook Page or by any other reasonable media.

7) Prizes must be accepted as awarded and will have no cash value.

8) Immediate family and employees of CanvasCrib are not eligible.

8) Any questions or concerns can be addressed by contacting Canvas Crib. Contact information can be found at www.canvascrib.com.

Best of luck to everyone!
Thanks for your continued support of CanvasCrib.com

All you have to do is Search Canvas Crib on Facebook and join the contest!!

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