Alaska, also known as America's Last Frontier, may be remote but it still has plenty of opportunities for residents to win contests and prizes. Check out this list for sources to look for Alaskan sweepstakes and skills contests.
Alaska Magazine: In Alaska Magazine, you'll find gorgeous spreads of the beautiful Alaskan wilderness and stories featuring all the state has to offer. The magazine's website also has a contest page that. Visit the site to see the latest (http://www.alaskamagazine.com/index.php/contests). This changes throughout the year, so even if there isn't a current sweepstakes be sure to bookmark to check later.
Alaska Outdoors TV: Alaska is known for its sporting heritage. Alaska Outdoors TV celebrates this heritage with episodes on hunting, fishing and other outdoor sports. Contests offered in the past have been for dream hunting and fishing giveaways. Visit the contests page to learn more (http://www.alaskaoutdoorstelevision.com/contests/).
Beauty Pageants: Every state has its fair share of beauties. Alaska is no exception. There are several opportunities for young girls, teens and women to enter pageants at Miss Alaska Pageant(http://www.missalaskapageant.com/), Alaska Princess Pagaent for young girls (https://www.facebook.com/AlaskaPrincessPageant) and the Miss Alaska USA page (http://www.missalaskausapageant.com/). Check the Alaska page at the Pageant Center site which has a listing of upcoming pageants throughout the state (PageantCenter.com).
Crafts, Food and Cultural Fairs: Festival Net has a listing of upcoming arts, crafts, food and other cultural fairs in Alaska. Many of these events will have contests and raffles available. Learn more here http://festivalnet.com/fairs_and_festivals/index.php?State_local=AK.
Iditarod: If you've got the skill and the gumption, this dog sled race may be for you. Prizes are divided among a 'purse' for top sledders. Learn more at Iditarod.com.
State Fair: State fairs hold contests for agriculture, arts, crafts and more. Raffles and other contests for attendants are often held too. Visit the Alaska State Fair site to learn more (http://www.alaskastatefair.org/site/).
TV Station: Channel 2 KTUU has a contests page on their website. Various prizes are offered including tickets to local events. Visit KTUU.com and click on the deals and contests page to learn more.