WWE.com needs your help for Women's History Month

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January 03, 2011

Do you find yourself creating amazing drawings of WWE's sexy, smart and powerful Divas? Do you have a great picture of yourself meeting a Diva? Well, we want to hear from you!

WWE.com is in the initial planning stages of our annual Women's History Month feature, and we want YOU to be involved.

We're looking for the amazing drawings, (We see you sending them out on Twitter!) artwork and photos you have of all things Divas.

You might just see your masterpiece and photos right here on WWE.com in March! Deadline is Feb. 1!

So start preparing and send your content with your full name and age to: womenshistorymonth@wwe.com.

Note: Photos must be in high-resolution, 2100 pixels x 1500 pixels at 300 dpi.

We look forward to seeing your work!

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