Archery Harvest Contest
Bow hunting season is here, and Kames is celebrating with an archery harvest photo contest! Simply submit a photo of your prey for a chance to win The Duke Ladderstand from X-Stand—a $200 value. All submissions will be automatically entered to win a $10 web promo code.
We will accept entries through Monday, Nov. 27, 2017 and the winner will be announced on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017. All submissions must be from this year's archery season. One entry per person. Good luck!
Photo Contest Rules & Restrictions
To ensure eligibility for the contest, please submit files no larger than 20MB at the time of entry. All photographs should accurately reflect the subject matter and the scene as it appeared. Photos that have been digitally altered beyond standard optimization (removal of dust, cropping, reasonable adjustments to exposure, color and contrast, etc.) will be disqualified.
Entries may originate in any format — including, but not limited to digital files, digital prints, color transparencies, color prints, or black and white prints — so long as they are submitted electronically in a .JPEG .jpg, or.png form.
Previously published material for which non-exclusive rights were granted may be entered as long as you still maintain the right to grant us a license.
If you choose to include people in your submission, you are responsible for obtaining the necessary releases from the individuals depicted, and must be able to provide copies of those releases to Kames Sports.
A non-local winner will have to pay shipping fees.
The following submissions are ineligible:
- Photographs of pets or domestic animals.
- Images of captive animals photographed in zoos and commercial game farms.
- Photos that violate or infringe upon another person's rights, including but not limited to copyright.
- Photos that contain sexually explicit, nude, obscene, violent or other objectionable or inappropriate content (no blood or guts please).
- Images that involve putting any individual in danger.
- Kames Sports will determine entry eligibility in its sole and absolute discretion.