Public voting begins tomorrow in Manitou's first annual 'At Home in Gingerbread' prim building contest.
Entrants were required to build a prim and sculpty gingerbread-themed house not exceeding 300 prims. No mesh was allowed and only low script use permitted.
Voting boxes will be placed one next to each build late tonight for the public to begin voting. You may vote for more than one build. Basically the public is voting on theme, creativity, quality of build and overall appeal of the build. Public votes, combined with judging by Manitou Tourism will result in a winner.
There are 6 entrants. While assigned location numbers, as noted below, these names are not in any particular order of placement in judging.
1. Jug Runner
3. InsideoutJim Umaga
5. John Sheppard
7. Doctor Song
8. Lynnestra Parker
10. Shirah Bare
Manitou Tourism has already judged the builds by several criteria, public voting will be factored into these results. The specifics of what Manitou Tourism looked for will not be made public in the spirit of fairness before, during and after voting. This is a contest of creativity not point making.
First place will receive MC$2,000
Second place MC$1,000
Third place MC$750
Fourth place MC$500
Fifth place MC$250
Sixth place MC$100
Public voting will begin officially on November 24th and end on November 30th at 11:59pm. Any votes made on the 23rd after the placement of vote boxes later tonight will be counted.
Visitors are welcome any time on the commercial region. The Exhibition Area is located central-east on Meaford region in the Regional Municipality of Manitou (Manitou continent) in the Great Canadian Grid. Just look for the signage or Notices inworld for a landmark.
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