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Submit your Lion Town photo and you could win!

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By now, you've probably seen fiberglass lions dotting the streets of metro Detroit.

These colorful sculptures, which will help raise money for the Children's Charities Coalition and the Detroit Lions Foundation, could score you big prizes.

On Monday, FOX 2 launched its Lion Town photo contest. To enter, just click here to download a map to find a lions sculpture near you. Then, snap a photo and upload it to our Lions Town Gallery.

At the end of the month, we'll select five winners who will take home a Detroit Lions prize pack that includes:

- A pair of tickets to the Lion Town Charity Benefit on Oct. 16, 2012
- A Detroit Lions grill cover
- A Detroit Lions travel mug
- A $100 Partridge Creek/12 Oaks Mall gift card.

You can add as many photos as you'd like. We'll feature the best on our Facebook fan page and during FOX 2 News.

Good luck and have fun!

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