Does your ancestor have a story to tell? Enter the Social Historian’s Lady Day contest for a chance to see your ancestor featured in an upcoming article.
Whether they were a rogue or an angel, if your ancestor has an interesting story to tell, send their genealogical profile to the Social Historian along with your reasons why you think they should be featured in an article. One entry will be chosen for an article to be published in Spring 2016.
The Angel or Rogue? contest is open only to those who submit details of their ancestor by email and who are of legal age as of the date of entry. The contest is open to all readers of The Social Historian and is void where prohibited by law. The contest is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. Void where prohibited. By participating, you agree to be fully unconditionally bound by these Rules, and you represent and warrant that you meet the eligibility requirements set forth herein. In addition, you agree to accept the decisions of The Social Historian as final and binding as it relates to the content. The contest is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws. Entries will be accepted via email starting on or about February 14, 2016 and ending on Lady Day, March 25, 2016. All entries must be received by March 25, 2016 11:59PM EST. The contest must be entered by sending at email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The entry must fulfill all contest requirements, as specified, to be eligible to win. Winners will have their ancestor featured in an article on the Social Historian website. Acceptance of prize constitutes permission for The Social Historian to use winner’s name and entry for purposes of advertising and trade without further compensation, unless prohibited by law. Winner of the contest will be selected by the Social Historian based on the merit of the submission. Winner will be notified via email to the email address they entered the contest with within five days following the winner selection. By entering this contest you understand that The Social Historian will have the right, where permitted by law, without any further notice, review or consent to print, publish, broadcast, distribute, and use, worldwide in any media now known or hereafter in perpetuity and throughout the World, your entry, including, without limitation, the entry and winner’s name, ancestor’s portrait, picture, voice, likeness, image or statements about the contest, and biographical information as news, publicity or information and for trade, advertising, public relations and promotional purposes without any further compensation. By entering the contest you agree to receive email newsletters periodically from The Social Historian. You can opt-out of receiving this communication at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the newsletter.
The Sponsor of the Rogue or Angel? Contest is The Social Historian, Richmond Hill, Canada.