Meet Our April Sanford Selfie Winners

Sanford Selfie April Winners

Are we actually giving out $100 to spend in small businesses to someone who takes a great #SanfordSelfie every month? You bet we are!! Meet our April Sanford Selfie Winners, Jeff Triplett and Mr. Tillman!

Sanford Selfie April Winners

Mr. Triplett’s selfie was chosen by our April judge, Yvette Waters, as the winning Sanford Selfie of the month, and he in turn chose to donate his bevy of prizes to Mr. Tillman, a Pinecrest Elementary School teacher. Michael O’Brien, of the Corner Cafe, presented the prize of a complimentary dinner for four to his restaurant, along with $100 Selfie Dollars to Rabbitfoot Records, Maya Books and Music, Riverwalk Pizza, and Hollerbach’s. Mr. Tillman also got to enjoy an afternoon performance of “And Then There Were None” at the Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center and Paul Rosarius, owner of Palm Tree Tech Center, awarded him four (!) selfie sticks and showed Mr. Tillman how to put them together for optimal Sanford Selfie taking.  Sanford Selfie April Winners Sanford Selfie April Winners Sanford Selfie April Winners Sanford Selfie April Winners Sanford Selfie April Winners Sanford Selfie April Winners

Claudia and I had a great time meeting the mayor and Mr. Tillman, and snapping pictures as Michael and Paul presented the prizes. It’s not hard to see that we had a couple of characters on our hands, which made for a very entertaining afternoon!

Sanford Selfie Saturday April Winner Jeff Triplett

Thank you again to our generous sponsors, Corner Cafe, Palm Tree Tech Center, and the Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center for the donation of the prizes!

We look forward to seeing YOUR selfies this month! May’s prize is sponsored by the amazing Paul Williams of West End Trading Company, who is donating not only the $100 Selfie Dollars, but also 2 FREE tickets to the Hurricane Party Music Festival on May 31st.

Submit and win! Good luck!

How to submit a Sanford Selfie

 

Author: Sumalee Eaton

Sumalee is a single gal living, working, and playing in Historic Downtown Sanford. Growing up in the heart of the commercial district fed her passion for small town life, and today, Sumalee spends as much time exploring Sanford's possibilities as she does eating, drinking, working, and sleeping. She writes about her personal Sanford adventures on her blog, Sanford-Centric.

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