BALTIMORE - Do you have a good picture of Baltimore's iconic Domino Sugar sign? If so, it could bring you nearly $1,000.
To honor the 90th anniversary of the company being here in Baltimore, they're having a contest to uncover great photos of the local landmark.
"Our company, and its hundreds of employees here, are proud of our long history of refining sugar on Baltimore's waterfront. And we are honored that people throughout the region have adopted our sign as one of the city's iconic symbols," says Stu FitzGibbon, the Refinery Manager.
If you have a great photo of the sign, you have until November 25 to submit it . FitzGibbon and the photography staff of The Baltimore Sun will judge the photos.
The winner will win $990. Second place gets $590, and the top 10 entries will receive a prize pack.
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