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Dolton Public Library TikTok Contest Rules

Contest Rules    (Please read all rules to participate)
Contest Runs from  5/18/20  TO  6/15/20

  1. Participate in the contest and stand a chance to win a Prize. Prizes are.- 1st Prize $100 gift certificate, 2nd Prize $50 gift certificate, 3rd Prize $25 gift certificate. If a group is participating, the prize will go to the group.
  2. There is no age limit for participating in the contest.
  3. Persons participating need to have a current Dolton Public Library Card OR register for a Virtual Dolton Public Library card on the library’s website.
  4. Like’ and ‘FollowThe Dolton Public Library  Facebook and Instagram Pages across all Social Media platforms with each posting of your TikTok and you should use #DPLDTikTokContest.
  5. Use #DPLDTikTokContest to enter the contest by emailing to Include your Name, Address and Contact Number.
  6. The more ‘Likes’ and ‘Shares’ to The Dolton Public Library posts /videos will increase your chance of winning.
  7. The winner will be solely selected by Dolton Public Library.
  8. Dolton Public Library reserves the right to substitute or revise the rules and regulations of the contest and its prizes.
  9. By participating in this contest you agree to accept all terms and conditions of the contest.
  10. All TikToks must be ‘clean’ and tasteful in music and outfits.
  11. Search for new original dances.
  12. The time limit of the TikTok should be no longer than 3 minutes.
  13. When posting your Tik Tok use the hash tag  #DPLDTikTokContest.
  14. You can’t require or allow a contestant in your TikTok contest to use music, photos, brand logos or any other copyrighted material to produce their entry.
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