Enter Vox‘s Costume Contest!
With Halloween falling on a Saturday this year, we at Vox fully expect Georgetown students to go all out (apparently so does the SSAB, which tweeted earlier today, “The SSAB reminds everyone to be respectful of their neighbors during Halloween weekend”). With that in mind, we’ve decided to throw our first ever Halloween Costume Contest!
Before getting into the rules, let’s cover the prizes: winners will get two free tickets to a special screening of Me and Orson Wells on November 10th. How special is this screening? So special that the film’s stars, Zac Efron and Claire Danes are going to be there for a panel discussion following the screening.
Here’s how the contest will work: when you get all dressed up this weekend, make sure you take some pictures. Then send those pictures to email@example.com by Monday, November 2nd at 5 p.m, along with your name and a brief description of what you went dressed as. We’ll pick the finalists and post their pictures on the blog later that week so Vox readers can vote on the winners. The two contestants who receive the most votes will each get two tickets to the screening!
Photo from Flickr user stevechasmar, used under a Creative Commons license.