Enter the Cutest Babies of 2015 photo contest

Was your little bundle of joy born in 2015? Do you live in Southeast Idaho? Upload a photo for your chance to win a $50, $75 or $125 gift certificate to Albertsons and have your baby’s photo printed in the January 31, 2016 edition of the Idaho State Journal. Brought to you by Bingham Memorial Hospital.

It’s easy and free to participate. Just click here to go to the contest page, then log in with your contest account or register for one if you haven’t already. This is different from your Idaho State Journal log in, but once you’ve signed up for a contest account you can use it to participate in any future ISJ contests. Don’t worry, we will not print phone numbers or addresses and those are only viewable online to contest administrators.

After you’ve logged in, click the “Submission” button to be directed to the entry form. Simply upload the photo that you’d like to enter and have printed in the paper.  Then, tell us a little bit about your baby. 

The entry period is December 28-January 18

The voting period is January 20-27.

Winners will be determined by the number of valid* votes. You must be logged in to vote.

A few things to keep in mind:


One entry per household. If you have twins, triplets, etc. please enter one photo with all of them pictured. Do not submit a separate photo for each baby.


The entrant must live in Southeast Idaho. his includes the counties of Bannock, Bingham, Power, Franklin, Oneida, Bear Lake, Bonneville and Caribou.  


All entries are subject to approval. Please allow up to 24 hours for your entry to be approved. Entries made on weekends and holidays should be updated the following business day.


One vote per valid registered account per duration of the contest. If you have multiple emails, such as a work email and a personal email for example, you may register and vote from each email ONCE.


Do not use third party vote trading web sites to pad votes.


Do not sign up for multiple fake email accounts to pad votes. We have our ways of knowing when some one is doing that, and you will be disqualified when we catch you.

 

• Asking people to vote for your baby on social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) is ok, in fact it’s encouraged! 

 

Bottom line: Play fair and have fun!