Flu season is just around the corner here in Minnesota and across the country. The Kohl’s Cares and Children’s Flu Prevention Project wants to know how you and your family plan to fight the flu this year. You’re invited to participate in the Flu Prevention Photo Challenge to show us how.
1. Snap a photo of you and/or your family fighting the flu.
- Getting a flu vaccine
- Washing your hands
- Covering your cough
- Showing off your “I got vaccinated” sticker
2. Post your photo on Twitter or Instagram using #FighttheFluMN (not case sensitive).
The contest runs until Wednesday (Sept. 17). Submit as many photos as you’d like. At the end of the day Wednesday, we’ll choose, at random, five people who each will receive a $50 Kohl’s gift card. Good luck and happy snapping!
Contest rules: Only photos posted by persons 18 years of age or older are eligible.
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