24 September 2012

ChicoBag and Green Halloween join forces once again for Trick-or-Treat Bag Design contest

Calling all creative kids who are ages 1-13!
For the fifth year in a row, ChicoBag and Green Halloween are teaming up to offer a fun, Green Halloween Trick-or-Treat Bag Design Contest. The contestants will showcase their art work by creating a design which will illustrate the “Spirit of a Green Halloween.”
ChicoBag, a U.S. reusable bag company, offers the contest to promote a safe, happy, and healthy Halloween.  ChicoBag produces unique bags which are reusable and reduce bag waste.  ChicoBags are machine washable, made from lightweight but durable fabric, and hold up to 25 pounds. 
Green Halloween is a non-profit community movement to promote healthy traditions – starting with Halloween.  The non-profit was founded by Corey Colwell-Lipson in 2007, co-author of the book Celebrate Green. 
All entries must be sent by U.S. Mail or electronically by jpeg or pdf format and must include artwork along with a signed agreement form.  Mail entries to:  ChicoBag Company, c/o Halloween Contest, 13434 Browns Valley Drive, Chico, Calif. 95973.  All entries must be postmarked by October 31, 2012 and received by November 5, 2012.  Online submissions must be uploaded by 11:59 p.m. PST on November 5, 2012.
Top designs will be posted on the ChicoBag facebook page.  Facebook fans will be voting for first, second, and third place winners.  ChicoBag will announce the winner on its Facebook wall Friday, November 16, 2012.
To learn more about the contest, visit:  www.chicobag.com/green-halloween.
To learn more about ChicoBag, visit:  www.chicobag.com; www.facebook.com/ChicoBag; twitter.com/ChicoBag.
To learn more about Green Halloween, visit:  www.greenhalloween.org.; www.facebook.com/greenhalloween; twitter.com/GreenHalloween.
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Minnesota Kim is an alumna of the College of St. Catherine. She has a rescue pet named Cocoa Puff and he is Shih Tzu and Toy Poodle. Kim is concerned with the ethical treatment of animals and cares about the quality of our environment. She avoids using harsh chemicals and other toxins and encourages others to do the same. She also enjoys a healthy lifestyle and is exploring the possibility of becoming a vegan. Kim is excited to be a part of TDIV so she can share her passions and hopefully make the world a healthier, happier place to live.

Photo credit: ChicoBag