* How many submissions can I make? You may enter as many submissions as you wish during the Contest. For each member, only the entry with the most points will be eligible for a prize.

* Is there anything that I should not submit? Submissions may not contain any illegal, offensive or obscene content. Also, make sure to only submit original entries (your own ideas).

* Who owns the submissions made? The submissions made remain the property of the members that posted them. All participants provide a One Hundred Eighty (180) day exclusive irrevocable worldwide license to the organization running the site where the submission is made. From that point on, the organization retains a perpetual non-exclusive license to use the submitted item(s) in any and all media throughout the world, in perpetuity, for any purpose whatsoever, without any compensation (other than any awarded prize). Typically, item(s) may be used, edited, and/or modified by Sponsors for the purpose of promoting diabetes awareness.

* Can I read the complete rules of the contest?
Sure! There are complete rules that you can read HERE.

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Hi Felicia, let me see what is going on, thank you,
Can I vote if I don't submit an idea?
Hi Andrea,

Yes, you can vote, we all can vote, just click on this link: http://simplesteps.uservoice.com/pages/general, and vote. :)
I fixed the link, it is working now, but nobody has added any submission there yet. You can start by adding your. :)
by going HERE, and add it using the “I suggest…” box. Make sure to include the title of your submission, the URL linking back to the submission and a 2-3 line summary explaining what the submission is about.
I don't see an "I suggest........" box when I go "HERE". It looks like it's asking for another idea and then some voting stuff is to the right.
Hi Karen, you are right the box says: "Type a title for your idea to get started"
that is the box, you got it right! :)




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