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Dayton Inspires wants your crazy, ‘off-the-wall’ photos


Take a crazy photo and win stuff. 

That’s the premise behind Dayton Inspires’s latest contest, “Off the Wall,” which aims to bring out the creativity of fellow Daytonians. 

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The theme: #DaytonOffTheWall. In other words, they’re looking for the weirdest, wackiest, craziest photos ever. You can submit your photos through Feb. 20, 2018. 

How to participate: Take your craziest, most creative photos in front of any one of the Dayton Inspires murals. Tag the @daytoninspires Instagram account, and use the hashtags #DaytonOffTheWall and #daytoninspires. 

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Where are the murals? There’s one on 5th Street in the Oregon District, on the side of Brim; one on the side of the Cannery building on 3rd St.; and one located on Courthouse Square at the entrance of Catapult Creative’s office).

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Prizes galore! The winner gets a swag bag full of Dayton Inspires goodies and cool local products. 


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