Chamber kicks off Mayor’s Personal Mask Challenge
The Sanibel & Captiva Islands Chamber of Commerce recently partnered with Sanibel Mayor Mick Denham for the Mayor’s Personal Mask Challenge.
The initiative aims to celebrate residents, visitors and island employees who are doing their part to be SanCap Safe by wearing a mask while indoors.
“We know that wearing a face mask is so important and will ultimately be a symbol of this time, so we might as well have some fun and work together to slow the spread and fight COVID-19,” the chamber reported.
How participation in the Mayor’s Personal Mask Challenge works:
– Create and personalize a face mask/face covering. Masks can be fashionable, flamboyant and ostentatious.
– Take a photo of yourself wearing your mask. Masks must be worn indoors at a local business on Sanibel or Captiva.
– To submit your photo, use the hashtag #mayorsmaskchallenge on Instagram or Facebook or email your photo to email@example.com before the end of each month.
– Each month from December through February, two winners will be chosen to win a $200 cash prize: one winner on Sanibel and winner on Captiva. Winners will be chosen by the chamber’s executive board members and Denham.
– Participants include island residents, visitors and employees. (Business owners, city employees and chamber employees cannot be prize winners.)