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Summer Brochure Cover Contest

Friday, March 11th, 2011

It’s hard to believe, looking out the window right now, but summer is right around the corner. And one of the prime harbingers of spring, aside from robins and daffodils, the Stockey Centre Summer Brochure, is getting ready for a mid-April arrival.

We’ve long known there is a lot of creative talent in our neck of the woods, and we love to showcase it every chance we get. Now there is another chance: your artwork could be featured on the cover of the new brochure!

The Stockey Centre prints 25,000 brochures each summer, and this year we’d like those 25,000 people to see another facet of our talented residents.

The size of the cover is 4 inches wide by 7 inches tall, so it must fit on that. A few elements must be included in your work (our name, logo, phone number, web address and the date: this is a working document, after all) which can be downloaded with a submission form from our website. After that, it is up to you and your chosen medium of expression.

And it is not just bragging rights that you will win if yours is the entry selected: the winner will receive a $150 credit for any Stockey Centre Presents event in the brochure!
The details, logos and forms can be found on the contest closing date on our Events Calendar, March 23rd. http://www.stockeycentre.com/calendar-expanded/207/stockey-centre-summer-brochure-cover-contest-closes

Please submit all entries to the attention of Greg Hancock, Marketing and Special Events Coordinator, either in person at the Stockey Centre or by email at marketing@stockeycentre.com . Submissions made electronically must be in either Press Quality Adobe PDF, hi resolution jpg (full size at 300 dpi) or in hard copy and all submissions must be accompanied by a signed submission form. All submissions must be received by March 23rd at 5:00 pm. Final decision of the winner will rest solely with Stockey Centre staff.

You can enter as many times as you like, so don’t delay. It’s time to share your talent with 25,000 people!