submiT Design Contest and Party


Tuesday, July 6th, 2010 — 12:45pm PDT
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submiT was a t-shirt design contest aimed to raised awareness about the education of children in Ethiopia through imagine1day. This Friday they will be hosting a finale party at District 319 to celebrate the campaign and the cause.

imagine1day is a nonprofit organization that provides an opportunity for donors to be directly connected to projects that provide primary education for all children in Ethiopia, Africa.

On July 9th the winning submiTTion will be selected by the submiTTee (judging panel) consisting of some of Vancouvers key supporters of creativity, art and design. This includes Chip and Shannon Wilson (lululemon athletica/i1d), Jennifer Winsor (Winsor Gallery), Kirill Sudosa (Blast Radius), Shannon Heth (Heth PR), Steve Merkley (Raw Canvas).

Art + thought + inspiration + change
= a community coming together to educate a country.

Tickets can be purchased online for $15 and proceeds from the evening will go to the cause. There will be entertainment and refreshments provided along with the unveiling of the winning t-shirt design (view the finalists online here).

If you would like to attend this event (July 9th, 2010 doors at 8:30pm) here’s how you can enter to win a pair of tickets:

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  • Support @imagine1day – Win tickets to the submiT Party on Friday via @Miss604 http://ow.ly/27Hwp

    I will draw a winner at 9:00am Thursday July 8th.

    Current contests on Miss604.com

    5 comments

    1. Robbie says:

      I think imagine1day is so awesome. If I won those tickets I would give one to Jered Love.

    2. Ekaterina says:

      This would be great! Such a cool idea.

    3. Leah says:

      I’m SO pumped about this! One of my friends Zach (@zachbulick) is a finalist in the contest!

    4. maria says:

      I checked out the venue online, it looks really nice. I have never heard of it before.

    5. Alex says:

      Sounds like a great event!

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