In honor of the American Institute of Architects, Central Valley Chapter’s third annual Experience Architecture Week, we are giving away gift cards to our favorite restaurants every day. Starting this Friday, Oct. 10 through Oct. 19, submit your photos on Twitter or Facebook using #SacArch2014 and you could win! (Did we mention there will be a $100 grand prize?)
Experience Architecture Week is a 10 – day celebration featuring 13 unique events that engage members of the public and connect them with their built environment. Not only will attendees be learning the history of Sacramento’s architecture, they will get a glimpse of the future. Every event is open to the general public, so why not check one (or seven) out? You can find a full list of events here.
How do I enter?:
Submitting your photos is easy. Simply post your photos to Facebook or Twitter using #SacArch14 (bonus points for tagging Comstock’s). We will select and feature the day’s winner on social media.
What do I win?:
The daily winner will receive a $25 gift card to one of our favorite local restaurants. We’ll select the week’s grand prize winner on Sunday, Oct. 19 and award a $100 restaurant gift card.
What if I am not attending an Experience Architecture Week event?:
No problem! This contest is open to anyone and everyone. We encourage all of Sacramento to inspect and appreciate the structures that give our city character.
We look forward to seeing your photographs this coming week and hope you learn a little more about the beautiful architecture all around Sacramento.
Please note, any photos submitted using #SacArch14 may be used for promotional purposes by Comstock’s or AIA Central Valley. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional questions.
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