DuPont's Latest 'Dirty Work Photo' Contest Under Way

It runs through the end of 2013 and is open to North American entrants.

DuPont Protection Technologies launched its third annual Dirty Work Photo Contest this week, an online contest for North American entries. It continues through Dec. 31, 2013.

Entrants should submit original photos of themselves wearing DuPont™ ProShield®, Tyvek® or Tychem® garments after completing their day of "dirty work." According to the company, entries "will be judged on a wide range of criteria from the use of the garment, creativity, safety and how well the DuPont protective garments are portrayed in the photos."

A grand prize, a first-place winner, and a viewer's choice winner will be awarded. Voters will be entered in a monthly random draw to win additional prizes. To register, visit http://www.tyvekphotocontest.dupont.com/ or download the app at www.facebook.com/dupontco.

"Every day, millions of workers throughout North America get themselves dirty as they work on some of industry's messiest jobs," said Dave Kee, North America marketing manager, Protective Garments ─ DuPont Protection Technologies. "DuPont helps protect workers and first responders as they perform their daily jobs, particularly in maintenance, environmental cleanup, and hazmat response. This is our tribute to the many people who use our protective apparel to keep safe and clean."

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