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Send in your Christmas tree photos for a chance to win St. John’s Edge tickets
The Christmas tree, without question, is the centerpiece of any holiday decorating.
While visitors are likely to remark about a lovely wreath, the handmade ceramics found in almost every Newfoundland home, or the holiday heirloom that’s been passed down from generation to generation, it’s your Tannenbaum they’ll really want to see.
So, real or fake, tall or short, Charlie Brown or Clark Griswold style… we want to see your Christmas trees, too.
This holiday season, The Telegram newsroom is asking you, our loyal subscribers and social media followers, to send us a photo of your fully-decorated, fully-lit Christmas trees.
For the next two weeks, we’ll be accepting high-resolution photos of your tree at firstname.lastname@example.org, which we’ll then add to an online gallery for everyone to see.
At the end of the two weeks, we’ll toss the names of everyone who submitted a photo into a hat and draw for two sets of tickets to St. John’s Edge games at Mile One Centre. One set of tickets gets you admission to see the Edge take on the defending National Basketball League of Canada champion London Lightning on Saturday, Jan. 19, while the other gets you in to see the hometown NBL team take on the Halifax Hurricanes on Jan. 29.
When emailing your photo, please be sure to include your name, the town where you live in, and a daytime phone number where we can reach you in the event your name is drawn.