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Tee-Shirt Design Contest for Rock to Rock Earth Day Ride 2013

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Tee-Shirt Design Contest for Rock to Rock Earth Day Ride 2013

Time: January 8, 2013 at 6am to February 1, 2013 at 5pm
Location: Submit entries via email
Event Type: tee, design, contest
Organized By: Common Ground, The Urban Resources Initiative, New Haven-Leon Sister City Project, CitySeed, Inc., and New Haven Parks Department. (Rock to Rock organizing partners)
Latest Activity: Jan 9, 2013

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This January, the 5th Annual Rock to Rock Earth Day Bike Ride is hosting the first Rock to Rock T-Shirt Design Contest!

Submit your rockin' t-shirt design now for New Haven's largest Earth Day event and environmental fundraiser. Not an artist? You can still help! Print this contest flier and post it in your office or favorite coffee shop. The top winners will be announced at the Rock to Rock Launch Party, Friday February 7th at the Peabody Museum. Spread the word!
1st Prize: T-shirt will be chosen for Rock to Rock Earth Day Ride, plus $100 Trailblazer Gift Certificate and $50 Gift Certificates from Elm City Market and Hull's Art Supply ($200 value)
2nd Prize: $50 Gift Certificates from Elm City Market and Trailblazer ($100 value)
3rd Prize: $50 Gift Certificate from Elm City Market ($50 value)
See the flier linked here for rules and regulations. T-shirt designs must be submitted to cwakefield@uwgnh.org
by February 1st, 2013 for consideration.
   Good luck!  For more info, follow this link:

http://environment.yale.edu/uri/files/R2R2013Tcontest.pdf

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