June 23, 2011 — The search is on! ?Farnam is looking for the most gorgeous horse to star in their 2012 SuperMask? II horse fly mask ad campaign. ?The entry process is open until July 5, 2011. ?Farnam is again searching the entire country, all 50 states plus the District of Columbia, to find the 2012 SuperMask II SuperModel. ?This special horse will need to strut their stuff for the cameras because the Grand Prize winning horse will star in Farnam’s national SuperMask? II fly mask advertising campaign throughout the 2012 Fly Season.
SuperMask II SuperModel contest entry forms and complete contest rules are available online at www.farnamhorse.com/supermask. Entries may also be made on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/farnamhorse. ?Contestants must submit a photograph of one horse along with an essay of 50 words or less about why their horse should be the SuperMask II SuperModel for 2012. ?Entries must be received by July 5, 2011.
Twelve semi-finalists will be chosen from the pool of eligible entries and posted on the www.farnamhorse.com/supermask website and Facebook at www.Facebook.com/farnamhorse on July 21, 2011. ?The public will be asked to vote online for their favorite horse from July 21 through August 18, 2011.
In addition to being the star of the photo shoot, the Grand Prize winner will also receive a Farnam? horse product prize package worth $1,000. ?The eleven runners-up will receive Farnam? horse product prize packages worth $250.
In last year’s inaugural SuperMask II SuperModel Contest, Zahn RA walked away from a field of more than 600 eligible contestants with the Grand Prize – a starring role in the SuperMask? II Horse Fly Mask with Shimmer Weave? Mesh Color Collection 2011 advertising campaign and a Farnam? horse products prize package worth $1,000. ?Your horse could be next.
The SuperMask? line of horse fly masks has been the brand of choice by horse owners for 25 years because it is Built to Fit, Built to Last, Built to Stay On!? – even when horses are turned out together.
SuperMask? II Horse Fly Mask with Shimmer Weave? Mesh is an official fly control product of the American Quarter Horse Association and United States Equestrian Federation.