Where in Cherokee County is Shelly Cleaver?: Cherokeean announces photo contest for Feb.
Shelly was recently spotted at the Cherokeean’s ribbon cutting ceremony with publisher Josie Fox.
There are very few people in Cherokee County who do not know the name “Shamrock” Shelly Cleaver. From his days as an Edsel dealer to his involvement in multiple civic organizations to co-writing ‘Lickskillet’ cookbooks, Shelly is an integral part of the community.
As an active member of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, Shelly can be found at almost any event promoting local business or honoring the history of Cherokee County. Because of that, and with Shelly’s permission, the Cherokeean is launching a photo contest through the month of Feb. titled “Where in Cherokee County is Shelly Cleaver?” and the rules are simple; just snap a picture of Shelly anytime you see him out and about and email them to email@example.com to be entered. Of course, there are a few things that will allow the submitter to receive bonus entries, so be sure to read the official contest rules to find out how.
The winner of the contest will receive a prize basket including an autographed copy of Shelly’s newest ‘Lickskillet’ cookbook, along with prizes from contest sponsors Birmingham Golf Course, Whataburger, Old Farmhouse Pottery, the Cherokee Civic Theatre, Brookshire Bros. and many more.
The winner will be selected during a live Facebook drawing on Monday, Mar. 2.
Final deadline for photo submissions will be Feb. 28 at 5 p.m.
Official contest rules:
•Picture must be current. Cannot be a Google image.
•Email should include submitters name, email address and phone number along with information on where the image was taken.
•If the Cherokeean uses a submitted image in a print or online story, the submitter will receive an additional five entries in the contest.
•If Shelly is wearing his Texas shaped sunglasses, the submitter will receive an additional five entries in the contest.
•If Shelly is wearing his Texas shaped sunglasses and his Texas shirt, the submitter will receive an additional 10 entries in the contest.
•Contest is not open to employees or immediate family members of the Cherokeean staff.
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