Enter Our Family Photo Contest To Be Featured in AARP The Magazine

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Is yours the new American family?

Take a picture of your immediate or extended clan -whether living with you or not-upload it onto Instagram and win a chance to be professionally photographed and featured in a Special Report in AARP the Magazine, the largest circulation magazine in the world.

We're looking for recent pictures of families, small and large, that epitomize the look of the modern American family for AARP's Show Us Your Modern Family Photo Contest.

If that is you, upload to or take a photo in Instagram, use #AARPModFam and post away. Be sure to include:


  1. Caption information identifying everyone and telling their  relationship within the family
  2. A sentence describing the most interesting thing about your family

 

You have until 11:59 pm ET on Feb. 15 to upload your photo. Enter as many photos as you want  but you MUST follow the rules. Read them here.

Don't know how Instagram works? Click here now. When uploading, remember to tell us who's in the pic along with an interesting fact about your family- and don't forget to include the #AARPModFam hashtag, otherwise you're not entered.

OK, gather your family, snap your photos and post for a chance to appear in the magazine with more subscribers than any others in the world!

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