TBBW announces Halloween photo contest for best ‘Team Spirit’

Halloween is kind of a big deal around the Tampa Bay Business and Wealth offices. We take it very seriously, in a fun, light-hearted way. I mean, we’re not competitive or anything, right?

Last year, many of our readers were still working from home, and some of you all still are, but that is no reason to skip out on the Halloween fun – it may be even more reason to partake!

With that in mind, we are encouraging you to send us your team, and individual, photos this year. We plan to post them throughout the day Friday and will keep updating as we get more submitted throughout Halloween, Sunday evening. The cutoff to send photos to be considered for the contest will be 9 a.m. Monday morning, Nov. 1. Please email photos to Jo-Lynn Brown at [email protected].

Thanks to a new partnership with Brad Hall, at Hot Lava Studios, we are offering a grand prize for the company that sends us the best team/individual photos.

That company will receive a free video session for their business to create a marketing reel to be shared on their website and social media channels (Worth $3,500 in value, restrictions and rules apply. Don’t get extra, people).

Voting will take place internally, and the winner will be announced the week of Nov. 1.

Now go have fun! And stay tuned for TBBW’s big reveal of our 2021 Halloween costume. We’re going to knock it out of the park!

 

 

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