Second Harvest Foodbank's Wrap Our Ride Contest

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Name: Second Harvest Foodbank's Wrap Our Ride Contest
Date: April 3, 2017 - May 12, 2017
Event Description:

To celebrate the completion of our Food. Health. Hope. Campaign, we'd like you to help us design a new truck wrap for one of our food delivery trucks!

Your design should embrace the theme of healthy, nutritious food, (i.e. sharing a healthy meal, the impact of healthy, nutritious food on someone’s life, etc). To inspire you, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the campaign

To enter, download, complete, and mail in the official entry form. Anyone who lives in Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin’s 16-county service area is eligible.

Date/Time Information:
We are accepting entries for the Wrap Our Ride contest from Monday, April 3, 2017 through Friday May 12, 2017. The top six entries, as determined by Second Harvest, will then be voted on via social media and at our Food. Health. Hope. open house on Saturday, May 20, 2017. The winning designs will be announced at the open house May 20th.
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