Diorama Drama photo contest

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Congratulations to Sue Potter, of Novato, CA, who submitted the winning photo! Public votes determined the finalists, then FruitGuys employees each received one vote to cast for their favorite photo to determine the grand prize winner. It was a very close race, and we enjoyed all the entries.

Apples of My Eyes by Sue Potter Apples of My Eyes

Sue will receive a SmileSnack crate with five individual packs of healthy snacks delivered once a week for a whole month! That's twenty  SmileSnack  packs in all, plenty to share with lucky friends and family members.

Join us on  facebook  to see the 18 finalists and  all 76 entries.

Thanks to everyone who entered the Diorama Drama photo contest. Congratulations Sue!

Here are the runner-ups. These honorable mentions will all receive a SmileSnack:

The Seven Samurai Don The Seven Samurai don't eat at 7-11!

Farmer Clip Farmer Clip's Post-It Farm

Clockwork Orange Clockwork Orange

FruitGuys Abbey FruitGuys Abbey

Go Wild With The FruitGuys Go Wild with The FruitGuys

Godzilla Stops the Fruit Train Stopping the Fruit Train

Lego My Fruit Lego My Fruit

Luca Luca's Farm

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