If you are an amateur or professional photographer then you can enter the Heart on the Reunion Tower contest put on by the Salesmanship Club. Contest opens on Wednesday, Sept. 25. The winning photographer will receive a two-night stay and breakfast at the Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion, and four any day tickets to the HP Byron Nelson Championship, the primary fundraiser for the Salesmanship Club.
In celebration of Salesmanship Club’s Changing the Odds conference, the Reunion Tower will be illuminated with the Club’s iconic heart logo on Wednesday evening. Photographers are invited to take photos of the heart logo and submit them via Twitter (details below). The Salesmanship Club is hosting its second annual Changing the Odds conference Thursday and Friday, Sept. 26-27 at Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion. The conference, part of Dallas BIG Education Week, will bring together hundreds of educators, mental health professionals, parents and interested community members to learn new strategies for helping kids and families build social emotional health.
Who can enter: Anyone with a Facebook or Twitter account who is 18 or older.
How to enter: Take a photo of the Heart on the Reunion Tower on Wednesday, Sept. 25 starting at sundown to Thursday, Sept. 26 at sunup. Tweet the photo to @SCYFC with the hashtag #ChangingtheOdds or post it on Salesmanship Club’s Facebook wall. Photos will be accepted through Sunday, Sept. 29 at midnight.
Winner: A winner will be announced Monday, Sept. 30, and will receive a two-night stay and breakfast at the Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion, and four any day tickets to the HP Byron Nelson Championship, the primary fundraiser for the Salesmanship Club.
About Salesmanship Club Youth and Family Centers
Salesmanship Club Youth and Family Centers has been building and repairing social emotional health for over 90 years. Over 7,000 kids and family members are served directly each year through mental health and education programs, and the organization expands its reach by investing in training, research and developing innovative programs that are shared with thousands of teachers and mental health professionals. Through the HP Byron Nelson Championship (May 12-18, 2014 at TPC Four Seasons Resort Las Colinas) and many other activities, members of Salesmanship Club of Dallas power these efforts and truly change the odds for kids in our community.
About Dallas BIG Education Week
Big things happen every day in Dallas – especially when it comes to education. That’s why Mayor Mike Rawlings, with the help of Reimagine Dallas and the Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau, have proclaimed the week of September 21-27 Dallas BIG Education Week.
It’s a time to celebrate the hard work of students, parents, teachers and administrators and spotlight the variety of ways the city supports education. Organizations including Salesmanship Club, Volunteer Center of North Texas, the Dallas Arboretum, The Real Estate Council, MetroPCS Dallas Marathon and Commit! will host events throughout the week to raise awareness of the impact the community has on education in the city.