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'All About Texas Christmas Lights Photo Contest' Sponsored by Austin's Hula Hut and Mozart's Coffee Roasters

Free State-Wide Photo Contest Is Accepting Submissions Now

AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Take a creative photo of Christmas lights in the State of Texas and submit to the "All About Texas Christmas Lights Photo Contest." First Prize is an iPad. 2nd, 3rd and 15 Honorable Mentions will also receive prizes.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20121207/CG25256)

The contest is open to amateurs, professionals, children--anyone. Here are the three simple rules:

1. Your photo must have Christmas lights in it.
2. Your photo must be taken somewhere in Texas.
3. Your photo must be taken during the 2012 Holiday Season.

Photos will be judged on "Most Unforgettable Photo that has Christmas Lights In It."

CONTEST DETAILS: For more details about prizes and how to submit your photo visit www.AllAboutTexasChristmasLights.com. The Hula Hut and Mozart's want to emphasize that the contest is state-wide. They are incorporating Google's photo sharing site--Picasa Web--so that the submitted photos can be viewed online by anyone in the world.

ENTRY DEADLINE: Midnight Tuesday, December 18, 2012.

WINNERS ANNOUNCED: Find out the winners at Hula Hut/Mozart's block party with free hot chocolate, free drip coffee, free cookies, and free photos with Santa on Thursday, December 20 from 7:30 - 9:30, 3825 Lake Austin Blvd. Austin, Texas. Entrants do not have to be at the Announcement Party in order to win.

HULA HUT RESTAURANT: The Hula Hut is a beloved Austin landmark restaurant with a "fun" vibe. Built on Lake Austin at 3825 Lake Austin Blvd., the Hula Hut has a gigantic deck that juts out over the lake for a true Austin sea-side Tiki-Mex atmosphere. Enjoy popular dishes such as Coconut Fried Shrimp, Tubular Tacos, and Mango-Poblano Chile Quesadillas. Their famous margaritas are made with hand squeezed lime juice and their "Hu La La" specialty drink is served aquarium style with fresh tropical juices. www.hulahut.com

MOZART'S COFFEE ROASTERS: Mozart's Coffee Roasters and Bakery opened in 1993 and features fine gourmet coffees, specialty drinks, gelatos, and home-made artisan desserts. A consistent "Best of" for people-watching and picture-taking. The lakeside location is a Texas favorite as one of Austin's most romantic spots and is also located on Lake Austin Blvd, right down from the Hula Hut. www.mozartscoffee.com

Media Contact: Katrine Formby Mozart's Coffee Roasters, 512-461-5544, [email protected]

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