Miroslavich Photography's "Thanks & Giving"

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Do you know a deserving family who could use a professional photography session, to capture their loving moments in beautiful portraits?

Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years are just around the corner, but a Twin Cities photographer is taking it one holiday at a time, by giving a $1,500 photo package to a family in need. It's all part of Miroslavich Photography's fourth-annual "Thanks & Giving", and owner Melissa Miroslavich says we all need to stop and take in the spirit of giving thanks, and give back to the community.

"We are thankful for so much, including our new studio, and we're so grateful for the opportunity to continue to have a business that creates such joy in the lives we touch," said Miroslavich.

Miroslavich photography is looking for people to nominate someone who has experienced a tragedy, is struggling to stay afloat, is raising kids while holding down more than one job, has someone in their family that is terminally ill, or someone who is volunteering selflessly despite personal circumstances.

"If you know someone who can't afford custom photography, and who deserves a year-round reminder of their family's spirit, love and beauty, then nominate them in this year's 'Thanks & Giving'," said Miroslavich. 

The deadline to nominate someone is Wednesday, November 21st. Email Miroslavich Photography (melissa@miroslavichphotography.com) with your name and contact information, along with the person's name that you would like to nominate. In the email, explain why this person deserves a photography package from Miroslavich Photography, and make sure you put "Thanksgiving Giveaway" in the subject line. If the person you nominated is selected, YOU will also win a $500 photography credit. The selected person/family will be notified on Thanksgiving Day.

For official rules and more information, visit the Miroslavich Photography blog: http://miroslavichphotography.blogspot.com/2012/11/thanks-giving-2012.html


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