Photos / Story submissions can also be uploaded using Instagram and Facebook (we do not use Twitter because of the word count).
UPLOADING A SUBMISSION USING INSTAGRAM: the account has to be public in order for the entry to be recognized and pulled in using the hashtag #WFJrCaptainNominee2021 .
UPLOADING A SUBMISSION USING FACEBOOK: because of Facebook policy disallowing sharing on personal pages to enter a contest, the entry must be posted on the Winterfest Foundation business page’s timeline (https://www.facebook.com/winterfest.parade) with the hashtag #WFJrCaptainNominee2021 . If approved, it will be shared on the Winterfest Foundation Page and seen in the Gallery (Voting) of the Woobox platform.
If it is not approved – the post will be removed from our social media platform.
Samples of uploading from Social Media platforms can be seen in the Voting Gallery as Test #2 and #5.
Attention Broward County Non-Profits!
Share your Mission…
We are seeking nominees for the 13th annual Jr. Captain Program powered by FPL and Two Men and a Truck.
Eligible candidates: Children between the ages of 7 & 16 that receive services you provide.
One Lucky Nominee along with their Nonprofit Organization will win the title of 2021 Winterfest Foundation Jr. Captain.
The nominee’s name along with the non-profit will be in lights onboard the Jr. Captain Showboat powered by FPL and Two Men and a Truck.
The winning nominee (2021 Jr. Captain) will ride with 25 of their guests in the Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade.
The Nonprofit Organization the 2021 Winterfest Foundation Jr. Captain is representing will receive a check for $1,000!
Nominate a child between the ages of 7-16 that best represents the services your Broward County Non-Profit organization provides.
ROLLING SUBMISSIONS – VOTE ONCE A DAY – FACEBOOK USERS ONLY (EVERY 24 HOURS) STARTING AUGUST 16 ENDING SEPTEMBER 15.*
(One candidate per Broward County non-profit may be nominated)
For a copy of the parent/guardian consent form CLICK HERE
For a copy of the Flyer CLICK HERE
*Voting may extend past September 15