First annual PNSFA Photo Poetry Contest
Calling all Creatives!
We are expanding last year’s LinkedIn Member Campaign and adding a new twist. Help flood PNSFA’s LinkedIn page with your projects. Send us one photo that epitomizes your work, but there is a catch, you must create the caption in poetic form.


Eligibility and Required Information for Entry

  • Submit one entry per member company, which includes:
  • One high res photo jpeg or png format
  • Poetic caption and additional hashtags - #JoinPNSFA and #OnePhotoOnePoeticCaption)
  • Required information about your submission
    • Member Company Name
    • Member Collaborators
    • Primary Contact
    • Project Name
    • Client
    • Date of Project Completion
    • Include any key LinkedIn accounts that should be tagged

To be eligible and have your entry posted on PNSFA LInkedIn, send your entries between Friday, August 28 and Monday, September 28., 2020.
All entries will be posted by the PNSFA staff on PNSFA’s LinkedIn between Tuesday, September 1 – Wednesday, September 30, 2020.
Everyone Wins!

This is a great collective marketing benefit for PNSFA and your company. Honestly, we hope you think this is fun and spurs some conversation and on-line praise.

One Winner will be selected based on the collective number of responses to the post. Winning is serious business and we know you are competitive so we have created a point system as outlined:

  • Likes/Reactions (1 point)
  • Comments (2 points)
  • Shares with comments about the entry (5 points)
The winner will receive:
  • Ongoing accolades
  • Poetic praise
  • Some fun promotional surprises

Help Us Make this Promotion Successful!

1. Connect with us on LinkedIn and when you see PNSFA posts - Respond | Share | Comment |Tag

2. Get your team involved!

If You Need Some Inspiration Here are a Few Poetic Styles
A Haiku has three short lines that do not rhyme.
5 syllables
7 syllables
5 syllables
Rhymes or Rap
We like rhymes but we especially like rhythmic rhyming.
Hashtag Poetry
Coined by Brandon Lawson, his twitter feed is brilliant for inspiration.
If prose is your game, send us a publication-worthy caption.

For more information or questions, please reach out to Dani at [email protected] or Katie at [email protected]