How to dress up your kid for Halloween: Costume Contest
This is a guest post by Carrie Campbell.
Tags doll costume,toys,story,child,toy source NHL.com title 10 Things to Know About Halloween: Halloween costume contest article A new toy story contest is on its way to a local market.
The toy story costume contest will begin on Friday, October 31, with prizes up to $500, according to a release from the League.
The contest will run for a month, and the winners will be announced at the league’s annual convention on Sunday, November 2.
The contest will be free to enter.
To enter, entrants can submit their own children’s toys to be photographed and submitted for a photo on a new toy theme to be revealed in a Halloween story on NHL.TV, NHL.org, NHLStore.com and NHLStoreTV.
A photo of the theme, a theme from the Toy Story film, and a photo of an existing toy theme can be submitted.
Contest winners will receive an invitation to the league convention and the opportunity to win prizes.
Participants can submit up to three theme ideas and one story to a story for a grand prize of $500.
Theme ideas can be for a new, unique or familiar toy.
The idea must be at least one year old and no more than five years old.
Story ideas can only be for one theme.
If you have not entered, you will be entered in the competition.
You can view the rules here.
A total of 200 prizes will be awarded.
The winner will receive $200 cash, the other 200 prizes and a commemorative T-shirt from the league.
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