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Autism Speaks U College Mascot Challenge!


Announcing the first Autism Speaks U College Mascot Challenge! Help raise autism awareness on campus while showing your school spirit! To get started: 

Contest Details:

  • Begins Wednesday, October 10 at 6:00pm ET and ends Thursday, October 18 at 5pm ET.
     
  • Contest is specifically for college and university students, staff and faculty.
     
  • Limit 1 photo entry per school.
     
  • Winners announced Thursday, October 18 at 5:30pm ET via the Autism Speaks U Facebook page.
     
  • Prizes awarded to the first 5 photos posted on Autism Speaks U Facebook page AND the photo with the most “likes.” (Note: the photo with the most likes does not need to be one of the first 5 pictures posted). 

How to Enter:

  1. Purchase, create, or use an existing Autism Speaks U t-shirt and have your school’s mascot wear it! Autism Speaks U t-shirts can be purchased at http://store.autismspeaks.org/u.
     
  2. Use a digital or professional camera to take high resolution pictures (no camera phone pictures please). 
     
  3. Post the picture on the Autism Speaks U Facebook page. Include your school and mascot’s name and tag @Autism Speaks U in the photo caption. The first 5 pictures posted win.
     
  4. Have friends and family "like" the picture. The photo with the most "likes" by Wednesday, October 18 at 5pm ET also wins.

IT’S THAT EASY! 

Prizes:

  • The first 5 schools to post a picture of their mascot sporting an Autism Speaks U t-shirt will win 100 Autism Speaks wristbands.
     
  • The picture with the most “likes” at the end of the contest will win 100 Autism Speaks wristbands. (Note: the photo with the most likes does not need to be one of the first 5 pictures posted).

Questions/Fine Print:

  • Visit www.AutismSpeaks.org/U or click here to email us.
     
  • Winners need to submit their address by October 31 to receive prize.
     
  • Students are required to submit a valid mailing address in order to receive prize.
     
  • Only one winner chosen from each college/university.

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