Loggerhead Marinelife Center and the Juno Beach Pier Launches Its Annual Juno Beach Pier Photo Contest for World Ocean Month

Loggerhead Marinelife Center and the Juno Beach Pier Launches its Annual Juno Beach Pier Photo Contest for World Ocean Month

Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC) and the Juno Beach Pier are calling photographers of all ages and expertise to submit their best photo of the Juno Beach Pier for the Center’s Sixth Annual Juno Beach Pier Photo Contest. Everyone from amateur to seasoned photographers are asked to showcase their “pier-spective” of the iconic Juno Beach Pier for fans to vote on. Submissions will run Monday, June 1 through June 30.

As a treasured Palm Beach County icon, the Juno Beach Pier has been the subject of avid anglers, pier-goers and photographers for years. Last year, contestants across Palm Beach County participated with 90 photo submissions and over 40,000 views of the Facebook album. Notably, the contest created a fun frenzy for all participants.

Upon selection, LMC will showcase and announce the grand prize winner and additional winners on Facebook and Instagram. The grand prize winning photo will be featured as the official Juno Beach Pier Facebook profile picture and win a LMC gift basket, including a personalized sea turtle adoption. Select photos will also appear on the official Juno Beach Pier Instagram.

Contestants may submit one high-resolution photo (iPhone photos are accepted). Please enter your photo at the link provided or email your submission to marketing@marinelife.org by Tuesday, June 30 to be considered for the contest.

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If you have any questions, please contact marketing@marinelife.org

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About the Juno Beach Pier:
The Juno Beach Pier, managed by Loggerhead Marinelife Center, is a 990-foot pier with great saltwater fishing and sightseeing. Juno Beach and northern Palm Beach County are among the most pristine of Florida’s coastal beach communities. Juno Beach plays host to one of the most prolific and biodiverse sea turtle nesting beaches on our planet. Currently, the Juno Beach Pier welcomes more than 73,000 annual guests who access the pier (for a small fee) to fish or sight-see. A small bait shop sells admission tickets, as well as snacks and ocean-side apparel and accessories. For more information, visit marinelife.org/pier, or call (561) 627-8280.

Loggerhead Marinelife Center. Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC) is a nonprofit sea turtle research, rehabilitation and educational institution that promotes conservation of ocean ecosystems with a focus on threatened and endangered sea turtles. The Center features an on-site hospital, research laboratory, educational exhibits and aquariums, and also operates the Juno Beach Pier, which hosts world-class angling and sightseeing. Situated on one of the world’s most important sea turtle nesting beaches, Loggerhead Marinelife Center is open daily and hosts over 360,000 guests free-of-charge each year. The Center’s conservation team works with 90 local and international organizations across six continents to form partnerships and share conservation initiatives and best practices that are core to its mission of ocean conservation. The Center is expanding and has launched its Waves of Progress capital expansion campaign, designed to accelerate and amplify LMC’s conservation and education impact. For more information, visit www.marinelife.org or call (561) 627-8280.

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Media Contact:

Lauren Eissey

Public Relations and Engagement Specialist

561-627-8280, x124

leissey@marinelife.org

3 Comments

  1. Norman Hirsch on June 1, 2020 at 3:45 am

    Where to send photos?

  2. […] Juno Beach Pier Photo Contest – From June 1 until June 30, LMC will host its sixth annual Juno Beach Pier Photo Contest. This year, the Center will accept and display submissions digitally. Contestants can find all contest details on the Center’s blog. […]

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