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No matter how deep we get into the digital and mobile world, landing the print cover of Forbes Magazine will always be an impressive feat. In fact, earning a spot on the cover has even become a cultural reference over the years—just ask Bruno Mars.

In honor of our centennial, we are giving the Forbes audience around the world a chance to virtually be on our cover to help us celebrate 100 years of covers. Starting June 9th—100 days before our 100th birthday—we’re launching our Find Yourself on Forbes campaign. This global scavenger hunt will live on Snapchat and use geofilters to get you involved. Here’s how it works: Every Friday morning until September, we will reveal a hint about a location somewhere in the world. Go to that location to find a Snapchat Geofilter resembling a Forbes cover (active from Friday 9 a.m through Sunday 11 p.m , in location’s local time). Snap a photo of yourself on the cover—don’t be afraid to get creative. Submit your cover to us via Snapchat direct message or post your picture on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #Forbesat100 for a chance to see yourself featured on one of our social feeds, Forbes.com or Forbes magazine.

Forbes Snapchat Geofilter Scavenger Hunt

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To recap:

  1. Every Friday, get the new hint info from this post, or on our Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram

  2. Go to that location

  3. Snap a photo of yourself on Snapchat and swipe to find the Forbes cover Geofilter in that location 

  4. DM your cover to @Forbes on Snapchat, or download and post to Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #Forbesat100

  5. Get creative! By submitting, you’ll have the chance to be featured on one of our social feeds, Forbes.com or Forbes magazine

June 9th – June 11th

Santa Monica Pier

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“Find Yourself on Forbes” this weekend in Los Angeles: Built in 1909, this landmark was originally constructed for sewage disposal. This 1,600 foot stretch is now a must-see L.A. waterfront destination.

June 16th – June 18th

Seattle Market

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“Find Yourself on Forbes” this weekend in Seattle: It’s been around since 1907, but this Seattle destination is as fresh as it gets. Known for fish-throwing and craftspeople, stop by if you’re hungry and willing to handle the crowds. 

June 23rd – June 25th

Johnson Space Center

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“Find Yourself on Forbes” this weekend in Houston, Texas: …Houston, we have a problem! Visit the threshold of space exploration and find yourself in the final frontier. 

June 30th – July 2nd

Hockey Hall of Fame

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“Find Yourself on Forbes” this weekend in Toronto, Canada: This museum is one of the coolest around and is home to a very large, very old cup — although we wouldn’t recommend drinking out of it.

July 7th – July 9th

North Ave Planetarium

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“Find Yourself on Forbes” this weekend in Chicago, Illinois: Who said you can’t see the stars in THIS city? Head to this lakefront spot to do some serious stargazing and we don’t mean looking for celebrities. 

July 14th – July 16th

Faneuil Hall/Sam Adams

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“Find Yourself on Forbes” this weekend in Boston, Massachusetts: As the main hub of our 30 Under 30 Summit in Boston, this destination has been a marketplace and meeting hall since 1743. You can find this US National Historic Landmark along the Freedom Trail. 

July 21st – July 23rd

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“Find Yourself on Forbes” this weekend in Cleveland, Ohio: Located along the shore of Lake Erie, this museum is home to some of the most celebrated musicians of the 20th and 21st centuries.

July 28th – July 30th

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“Find Yourself on Forbes” this weekend in São Paulo, Brazil: This is the #1 place for public gatherings in Brazil’s largest city.

August 3rd – August 6th

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“Find Yourself on Forbes” this weekend in Washington, D.C.: Want to lay down the law? Head to the steps of our nation’s highest court and the third branch of the US federal government.

August 11th – August 13th

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“Find Yourself on Forbes” this weekend in London, England: Outside of the famed home of the reigning monarch of the UK, at nearly 82 feet tall, this gilded bronze memorial is the tallest monument to a Queen or King in England. 

Terms and Conditions 

By submitting your photo or video to @Forbes via Direct Message (DM) on Snapchat, or by posting your submission via Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #Forbesat100, you give Forbes permission to publish your content on our social media platforms, Forbes.com and Forbes magazine. 

By participating in this call for content, you represent and warrant to us, Forbes Media LLC, that you own all right, title, and interest in and to your submitted image and any other content/materials that you may provide to us in connection with the above (“Submitted Content”) and grant to us the worldwide, perpetual, royalty-free license and right (but not obligation) to use some or all of your Submitted Content in connection with our Centennial celebration coverage and/or other editorial activities, on any and all media including, for example, on Forbes.com and the Forbes social channels identified above.

More Info: www.forbes.com

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