Enter Now! 2021 Best Ad Contest

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2020 Was a CRAZY YEAR! Be rewarded for your headaches and hard work by entering the 2021 MPAME Best Ad Contest and show everyone the great work you have done to drive revenue and maybe help others out in the process!


To find full information and rules, go to https://mopress.com/ad-contest/

Entries must have been published between January 1, 2020 and December 31, 2020.

The contest is open to all staff members of publications holding ACTIVE or ACTIVE ONLINE membership in the Missouri Press Association.

All entries must be submitted as FULL-PAGE electronic tearsheet files. Please name the file(s) in a way that clearly identifies the ad(s) being submitted for judging.  You may also circle or include other graphic markings to indicate which ad is to be judged.

All entries must have been conceived, written, designed and sold by full or part-time employees of the newspaper.

Note: For large files, you may use Dropbox, Google Drive, Scribd or issuu to create a remote digital file and share the url.  Please make sure the file is public, made shareable or that a password is provided, so it can be printed for judging and/or display purposes. For smaller files, you can use PDF or Word Documents.

A fee of $7 per entry must be paid online, mailed or called in by time of entry deadline. Pay online at: https://bit.ly/2Lg6FVe. If mailing payment, please mail check to: MPAME Contest, 802 Locust Street, Columbia, MO 65201 or call credit card payment into the MPA office: 573-449-4167 ext. 300.

ENTER ONLINE AT: betternewspapercontest.com

Find: 2021 Missouri Best Ad Contest | Deadline Jan. 29, 2021

If you have any questions, need your password or email reset for betterbnc.com, OR feel your newspaper is in the wrong class, please contact Kristie Fortier at kfortier@mopress.com or call 573.449.4167 ext. 301

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