2022 Calendar Contest

Feb 22, 2021


The Faces & Places of Premier Cooperative

WE NEED YOUR HELP! For 2022, we're doing something a bit different for our annual calendar. We are looking for any pictures that help depict our cooperative and agriculture in general! From a picture of a sprayer out in the field, to your cattle enjoying our high quality Premier feed and all the family grill outs, LP tanks, and stops at our convenience or hardware store, we're looking to capture our patrons experience with your cooperative.

How it works:

  • Submissions accepted 2/22-4/5
  • The top ~50 pictures selected by a committee at Premier will advance to a Facebook voting round to run 4/9-4/16.
  • The top pictures with the most likes on Facebook will be featured in our 2022 calendars!

Submit your photo at the link below, we cant wait to see them!
https://www.premiercooperative.com/.../2022-Calendar-Contest

 
 

Allison Jensen

QA + Communications Specialist

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