Contest Close Date: All entries must be received by 11:59 pm EST on August 31, 2017.
Also, replace THIS clause:
• Winning contestant’s names will be posted on Friday, September 1, 2017 on M.O.U.N. Record’s website and shared on social media sites in connection with the ‘Do You Miss Your Daddy Contest’.
.....with THIS clause:
Winner Selection: A winning essay will be selected and posted on M.O.U.N. Records' website and shared on social media sites in connection with the 'Do You Miss Your Daddy Contest' on a date within 1 week of Contest Close Date by M.O.U.N. Records, Inc., whose decisions are final. Each entrant selected as a winner must comply with all terms and conditions set forth in these rules and regulations, and winning is dependent upon fulfilling all such requirements. Winners will be notified by email within five (5) days of the selection. M.O.U.N. Records, Inc. is not responsible for notifications that are misdirected or not received because of email addresses or mailing addresses that are not correct. If a winner cannot be contacted within seven (7) days after the first attempt to contact such winner, an alternate entrant will be selected from the entries received. If the prize notification is returned as non-deliverable, the winner will be disqualified and another winner selected in the original winner's place. Winners may be required to sign and return an affidavit of eligibility within fourteen (14) days of the first notification attempt.
And finally, add this:
Contest Disclaimer: M.O.U.N. Records, Inc. reserves the right to make revisions to, cancel or suspend this contest for any reason including but not limited to a virus, bug or other cause beyond the reasonable control of M.O.U.N. Records, Inc. which affects the administration or security of the contest. Any attempt to deliberately damage any web site or to undermine the legitimate operation of this promotion is a violation of criminal and civil laws, and should such an attempt be made, M.O.U.N. Records, Inc. will aim to seek remedies and damages to the fullest extent permitted by law, including criminal prosecution.