Dive into Video Contest to Earn $10,000

Are you creative? Do you have a video camera? Well, you can now use this to make your own commercial and win some big money. Hayward Pool Products is giving their Facebook fans a chance to win $10,000 and have the winning video used for a Hayward commercial. The contest is called PoolSide Stars.

Contestants may enter the contest via Facebook at www.facebook.com/HaywardPool?sk=wall#!/HaywardPool?sk=wall. Participants must first ‘like’ Hayward’s page, and entries may be submitted until Sept. 30. Videos can be up to a minute long, and depict any pool- or lifestyle-related subject. However, the clip must be evaluated and deemed respectable and suitable for the Hayward brand.

Promoters are searching for true ingenuity to emerge, and they have six awards in addition to the grand prize of $10,000. Second-place winners will receive $5,000, third prize is $1,000 and honorable mention wins $100. Other special prizes include fan favorite for $500, most original for $200 and best use of water for $200.

The contest seeks to remind homeowners and families of the ultimate summertime relaxation as the season comes to a close – catching some poolside rays in the backyard. Everyone enjoys the summer heat in their own way, but pools are a quintessential image of good-natured fun.

According to Bruce Porter, Hayward’s Director of Marketing Communications, they’re looking for submissions to capture the essence of pure joy that swimming pools represent. Although everyone’s perspective is unique, the pool experience at its core is about spending time with family and friends, health and happiness.

To find more specific instructions about rules and how to enter the PoolSide Stars video contest, go to www.facebook.com/HaywardPool and become a fan. If you have an idea for a pool-inspired clip, don’t be embarrassed or self-conscious to compete. You may end up seeing your camera work on TV!

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