October 2019 Photo Contest winner

October 2019 Photo Contest winner By Amy Adams

2 years ago

This photograph of construction craftsman Kyle Krieger, taken Oct. 31 by Receptionist Amy Adams during remodeling work in the CANCO office in Burlington, is the winner of the October 2019 Carl A. Nelson & Company photo contest. Amy is the recipient of $50 in Nelson Bucks.

Congratulations, Amy! And thank you to all who entered photos in the contest.

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The November contest is underway now, and entries can be made by emailing photos to marketing@carlanelsonco.com. Please review the contest guidelines.

Field and office employees who are authorized to have phones and/or cameras on jobsites are welcome to begin submitting photos of Carl A. Nelson & Company projects. Please use the following parameters for photo submissions:

  • Send submissions to marketing@carlanelsonco.com.
  • Use a high-resolution setting on your camera, and submit picture files at full resolution; .jpg format is preferred.
  • Include the name of the photographer, the location where the photograph was taken, and a brief description of what or who is visible in the photograph.
  • Photos may include employees, and not necessarily only from the rear. Faces are welcome. Casual moments also are welcome, although interest lies primarily in work and project images.
  • Recognition will include a Photo of the Month award, including $50 in Carl A. Nelson Bucks. Photos also may be used in the quarterly wibi magazines, in other marketing materials, or online.
  • While the preference is for staff-taken photos, third-party images the company has been granted permission to publish may be considered in the contest, with recognition going to the submitting employee.

Safety and other considerations:

  • Adhere to the requirements of the owner, and only take photos if photography is authorized.
  • Don’t take a photo if: doing so compromises your safety; the act of being photographed would compromise the safety of another individual; or if conditions are visible in the photo that are or could be interpreted as unsafe.
  • Photos taken by any employee not authorized to take pictures on a jobsite will not be considered, and are ineligible for use or recognition. Please remind unauthorized employees about the prohibition on jobsite photography, including for personal use on social media.