ChicoBag™ & Green Halloween® 3rd Annual Trick-or-Treat Design Contest

Posted by — October 27, 2010 11:53 pm


Only 4 days left to design next year’s Halloween ChicoBag™ brand reusable bag! ChicoBag™ and Green Halloween® have reteamed for the third year in a row to promote safe, healthy and eco-friendly Halloween festivities with their national Trick-or-Treat reusable bag design contest for children. The contest was inspired to promote healthier and more planet friendly holidays. ChicoBag™ will donate 10 percent of the proceeds from each bag directly to Green Halloween®.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED: Kids can enter the contest by submitting an original drawing or design that best captures the spirit of a “Green Halloween” using the ChicoBag™ design template and their medium of choice. Templates are available at the Design Contest Page. The contest is open to children ages 1-13 and till October 31, 2010.

Entries can be sent via email (jpeg or pdf format) to halloween@chicobag.com or mailed (print format) to: ChicoBag Company, c/o Halloween Contest, 349 Huss Drive, Chico, CA 95928.

Top designs will be posted to a photo album on the ChicoBag Facebook page, and all voting will be done through the ChicoBag facebook fan page, Voting will be open to everyone, and votes must be left as comments under the design of choice. The designs with the most votes by November 17, 2010 at 11:59 PM PST will be declared winners.

In addition to the opportunity to see the winning designs on reusable bags throughout the nation, the top three winning designs will also receive other prizes, including $250 for the first place winner and $100 for the second place artist.

To learn more about the contest and to view last year’s winning designs, visit:
ChicoBag & Green Halloween’s 3rd Annual Trick-or-Treat Design Contest

Green Halloween® is nation-wide non-profit, grassroots community movement based in Seattle to create healthier and more sustainable holiday traditions, starting with Halloween.

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