Submissions are now being accepted by The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation for their upcoming worldwide competition. The competition is run by Adam Milstein and offers the creators of pro-Israel memes the opportunity to display their unique skills and win prizes with a total of $2,000. Your memes can be dramatic, funny, poignant or whatever appeals to your taste and style. The contest will include image macros which are an incredibly popular form of hashtags, websites, videos, and images. Although slightly varied they have spread throughout social media.
According to Adam Milstein this contest is his way of expressing support for Israel in a fun and loving way. The panelists he has put together are all experts in making memes. Public voting will start on August 3rdand every participant is allowed to submit five different memes. The way Adam Milstein designed the voting it will be based on the emoji icons in Facebook such as wow, love, like, haha, sad, angry, etc. The voting will close on August 14th.
Once the voting for Adam Milstein’s contest is over, a panel consisting of six pro-Israel activists from high school and college will choose the winner. There will be one prize for first place, two for second place, five for third place, and ten for the runner ups. The contest winners will be announced on August 17th. The contest is looking for entries with both a love for Israel and a good sense of humor. Adam Milstein has found a way to promote an incredibly worthwhile cause in a way that is fun and reaches quite a few people. There is a lot of excitement about the contest and seeing the memes submitted.
The contest has been sponsored by in excess of a dozen pro-Israel and Jewish organizations as well as The Milstein Family Foundation. The foundation was founded by Adam Milstein and his wife Gila to keep the Jewish communities and the state of Israel safe by giving future generations pride in their Jewish heritage. The foundation also gives Americans who are pro-Israel the expertise and knowledge they need to become an advocate for Israel. There is no doubt Adam Milstein’s contest will be successful.