A few weeks ago Lending Club launched a newly redesigned website that gave the site a cleaner look, and in my opinion made the site easier to navigate, and more of a pleasure to use. (Read my review of Lending Club )
As part of the redesign if you go to the site you’ll see on the homepage there is a background photo for the site that shows a beautiful landscape or other scene. To celebrate their launch Lending Club decided to host a contest to choose a few more background photos for the site. You could submit several of your photos in hopes of winning one of their prizes. What are the prizes? The grand prize is $1000, second place $500 and third is $300.
I’m excited to announce that one of my photos that I submitted to the contest has been chosen as one of the 15 finalists out of over 250 entries. You can see the photo at the top of this post, or a larger version at this link.
So from now until July 15th I need your help. I need as many people as possible to go to the contest photo album on Facebook, and vote for my photo by clicking on the “like” link on my photo, or by making a positive comment on the photo itself. In order to vote or comment, you may need to “Like” the Lending Club page as well, so don’t forget to do that first. So, here is what you do:
Vote For Me!
- Go to the Lending Club Facebook page and click on “like”, to become a fan.
- Go to the contest photo album and vote for my photo by clicking on “like” and/or making a positive comment on my photo. (My photo shown above is called, “Clean Whitewashing by Peter Anderson”)
- That’s it! Thanks so much, and wish me luck!
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