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September 17, 2013
Posted By: Shaunescy
Have you entered the kid's logo contest for Huffing for Stuffing?
Huffing For Stuffing
Kids’ Run Logo Design Contest
Entries accepted until Friday, September 20, 2013
Children are invited to design a logo for the 7th annual Huffing For Stuffing Thanksgiving Day Kids’ Run. One winning logo from each age group (7 years and younger and 8–12 years) will be chosen for the event T-shirt, along with a $100 gift certificate to Rocky Mountain Toy Company and $100 cash.
The drawing should feature the theme of Thanksgiving. Whether to include “Huffing For Stuffing” or the “Gallatin Valley Food Bank” identification is subject to artistic discretion.
The Huffing For Stuffing planning committee will select their five favorite designs for each age group, which will then be displayed on Montana Parent magazine’s website, www.mtparent.com on October 1, 2013. The public will have two weeks to vote for the winning logo from each age group.
Logo entries should be three colors or fewer, 5MB or less, submitted in PDF or high-quality jpeg format and should print with dimensions of 8 ½” x 11”.
Digital entries can be emailed to: email@example.com
or printed entries can be delivered in person to Simply Office Supplies (119 North 7th Ave, Bozeman) no later than Friday, September 20, 2013. Artists should list on a separate attachment their name, phone number, email address and date of birth.
If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call John at 406-599-6283.
Huffing For Stuffing is a Big Sky Wind Drinkers’ event that provides a fun, heart-healthy, family-oriented event bringing the community together to support our neighbors who rely upon the Gallatin Valley Food Bank during times of need. Huffing For Stuffing event proceeds were $45,500 last year, and our event’s six-year cumulative total is $142,700 donated to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank.
I am willing to collect entries on paper from any teacher in the Gallatin County participates in this as a class project. Just leave a comment below and we can make those arrangements.