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The 2012 International Pig Veterinary Society Congress Korea organizers have opened a photo contest for event participants, who can submit their own digital photos with a chance to win a prize of US$500.
According to the organizer, this contest, with the theme “happy pigs–healthy people,” is open for all members who have registered for the IPVS Congress and completed their payment registration fee. Participants can submit their photo through the official website through May 11 — each person can only post one image and only digital versions will be accepted. The best 10 photographs will be displayed at the ICC JEJU, the congress venue, and the entrants of the top three photographs will be given prizes 0f US$500, US$300 and US$200, respectively.
The 2012 IPVS Congress will be held from June 10 to June 13, at ICC JEJU, in Jeju, Korea. The regular online registration will be open until April 30.
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