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Black Belt Road Trip Photo Contest 2024

The Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association is celebrating the summer vacation season with the inaugural Black Belt Road Trip Photo Contest. ALBBAA wants to see photos showcasing the many attractions and activities available throughout the region, including outdoor recreation like fishing, hiking and bird watching, visiting cultural or historic sites, or enjoying the Black Belt’s lively art and food scene.

1st place prize is a two-night stay for up to four people in one of the beautiful Lakepoint State Park cottages in Eufaula, subject to availability at the time of reservation, and the stay must be used within the next 12 months. ALBBAA will also provide $150 to the winner for travel expenses. 

2nd place prize is a $75 gas card.

3rd place prize is gift basket filled with ALBBAA-themed merchandise.

Rules: All photos entered in the 2024 Black Belt Road Trip Photo Contest must be taken in the Black Belt’s 23-county footprint and must include people. Selfies or family photos taken in front of an attraction’s sign are welcome.

  • The winners of the contest are selected exclusively through online voting.
  • Participants must fully complete the online form with the necessary information, including person (or persons) in the photo and the county where the photo was taken.
  • Participants may submit multiple photos, but only one photo per activity or attraction (i.e. camping, hiking, canoeing, birding, dining, art class, festival, Rosa Parks Museum, etc.). All photos become the property of ALBBAA and may be used for promotional purposes.
  • Visitors to the contest webpage are restricted to voting once per day, per e-mail, per IP address. In the case of any dispute, the decision of ALBBAA officials is final.

The ALBBAA reserves the right to approve or disapprove of a submitted photo. Cause for disqualification of a photo can include, but is not limited to, the following:

  • The photo content presents the subject in an unethical or disrespectful manner.
  • The photo content is perceived to cast a negative perception of the Black Belt, especially if it reflects unfavorably on management of wildlife.
  • A voting violation which imposes an unfair advantage to others.

Participants may submit multiple photos, but only one photo per activity or attraction (i.e. camping, hiking, canoeing, birding, dining, art class, festival, Rosa Parks Museum, etc.). All photos become the property of ALBBAA and may be used for promotional purposes.