Your Chance to Win Plane Tickets to the Reason Rally and Dinner with Richard Dawkins

All you have to do to win is promote Sean Faircloth‘s Ten Point Vision of a Secular America:

Make a video, create a graphic image, write a song, or try something else!

The deadline for submissions to this contest is Thursday, January 19th, 2012. Contestants must be from North America. The two plane tickets for the winning submission will only be offered from North American locations to meet Richard Dawkins at the Reason Rally. (If you cannot make it to the Reason Rally, you could elect to be flown to an alternate location where Richard Dawkins is visiting on his spring 2012 tour of the US.)

Your submission can use drama, humor, still images, moving images, images from the speech video above, or any images you choose. Finalist submissions will be selected based on their ability to: 1) persuade a broader public and 2) inspire organizing and action in our secular movement.

Not a bad prize at all. I assume if you win, you’ll invite me to dinner…

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  • Anonymous

    “Contestants must be from North America.”
    :(

  • Ari

    I wish I was in anyway creative. Time to enlist the boyfriend for some creative assistance, methinks…

  • JoeBuddha

    So, if you win and live in the same city as the rally, do you get to fly around it a few times?

  • Psychotic Atheist

    The deadline for submissions to this contest is Thursday, January 19th, 2011.

    So we’re too late, then?  (The original article has been corrected)

  • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/ Hemant Mehta

    Typo! It’s corrected now. Thanks :)