In anticipation of our soon to launch new upgraded WebMD community, we are happy to announce that we?re starting a monthly sweepstakes to find the faces of WebMD community! This month you could win $500 cash!
You can enter by uploading a new photo via your My Account page between today, Wednesday, December 16, 2009, and Dec. 31, 2009. Be sure to click on the ?Enter WebMD?s Profile Photo Upload Sweepstakes? option!
(We?d love to see your faces but if you prefer to share pictures you have taken of your pet or child or scenery, that works too.)
TWO first-prize winners each month will be selected to win!
Please note that any photos you upload on this page will NOT, at this time, show up on your current WebMD profile. You can still share your profile pictures with your WebMD friends here by uploading pictures via your WebMD profile but be aware that photos uploaded via your profile instead of your My Account page are not entered into the sweepstakes.
Also, we are sorry to say that this contest is open only to our members who are legal residents of the United States.
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