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Win free Turnabout tickets! *CLOSED*


With Turnabout just around the corner, you have the opportunity to win two free Turnabout tickets for the upcoming dance on Jan. 28! All you have to do is submit a picture of your candy-themed proposal, and post it to either Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #MVTB17.

Don’t forget to mention The Stampede in your post with the handle @mv_stampede (Instagram) or @MV_Stampede (Twitter), and to keep your account public so we can see it. Proposals made before today that follow all the guidelines will be accepted.

Guidelines include:
-At least one student per couple must be currently attending Metea Valley
-The proposal must follow school guidelines
-You may Direct Message your proposal to @mv_stampede/@MV_Stampede

All submissions must be submitted via Instagram or Twitter by Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 11:59 P.M. Results of the contest as decided by The Stampede Editorial Board will be announced Friday morning.

Disclaimer: You must currently be an enrolled Metea Valley student in order to participate. All proposals must be appropriate and follow school conduct. Any inappropriate proposals will be disregarded. Any person who violates any rule or uses fraudulent means in order to gain an unfair advantage will be disqualified. Disrespectful, disruptive, harassing, or threatening behavior is grounds for disqualification. Students enrolled in Metea Valley’s News Journalism course are not eligible to win. The Stampede Editorial Board, along with guidance from the adviser, will interpret these rules and resolve any disputes regarding the contest. The Stampede’s decisions concerning any disputes will be final.

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