Adam Milstein Support for an Upcoming Meme Competition
The Adam and Gala Milstein Family Foundation in collaboration with other organizations supporting Jewish ideology will be awarding cash prizes to meme creators. The award goes to competitors with the best memes expressing patriotism to Israel. Adam Milstein’s organization will be accepting submissions to its global competition for the Pro-Israel memes. Many talented meme creators have been given a chance to make money from their talent in the Milstein Meme Competition.
The competition accepts dramatic, funny or poignant memes. The competitors can submit photos or any social media tool that can go viral. The contest looks forward to creating a meme stash from classics such as Bad Luck Brian macros and lolcats to emerging memes like Snapchat’s hotdog and MS Paint tributes filter for pro-Israel activists.
Adam Milstein stated that he is using the competition to express the love that pro-Israel activists have for Jewish. The panelists who will be judging are top authorities in social media in meme sector. The contest will start on August 3 a.m. Eastern Standard Time and end on August 14 after voting takes place. Adam Milstein and his team will conduct a reasonable evaluation of each meme before posting on the website for public voting. The public will vote via Facebook reacts such as sad, like, wow, angry, love among others.
After the public votes, the winners of the day will be picked by a board of high school and college student pro-Israel activists. Winners will be announced on August 17 which will include cash prizes given first place will be one winner, second-place winners will be two,and third-place will have five winners and finally ten runners up.
Adam Milstein is a top America’s pro-Israel philanthropist. Adam was born and raised in Haifa, Israel.Adam Milstein and his family migrated to the United States in 1981 where he pursued his studies in the business school at University of Southern California.He focuses on “life path impact” as his priority for effective philanthropy creating programs to maintain a broad and continuous connection to his target population.