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Online Design Competition with a Grand Prize worth £3000

Discussion in 'Graphic Design Competitions:' started by tommegroup, Nov 24, 2015.

  1. tommegroup

    tommegroup New Member


    Attention attention !!
    Are you the chosen one who win the £3000 Grand Prize
    We are proud to announce and invite you to participate in the “UK Art Lantern Festival (UKALF) Online design contest”.
    This contest, which will begin on November 20th and the end of December 31st 2015
    UK Art Lantern Festival is the very first event in the UK that celebrates the Chinese Lantern Festival. The lanterns symbolise to let go the past year and blessing people in the next year.
    The purpose of the Festival is to spread the blessing not only within China, but also the people in the UK! UKALF is taking place at Intu Trafford centre from 5th February to 20th April 2016.

    Start thinking what to do ?
    Its simple, to celebrate Chinese New Year of “Monkey”, we are looking for the best design for our event’s mascot in theme of “Monkey” and reward the top 5 winners.
    More information is available at We are looking forward to hear from you
    with Terms and Conditions apply
  2. Paul Murray

    Paul Murray Moderator Staff Member

    This is a good prize. Will there not be a judging panel to pick the winner though? Deciding a winner based solely on 'likes' and 'shares' turns the competition into a popularity contest though. I know you want to promote engagement with your page, but the entrant who can drum up the most interest being the final winner doesn't actually seem that fair a way of deciding to me.
  3. hankscorpio

    hankscorpio Moderator Staff Member

    Nicely said!

    And it's a great prize.

    Good luck to all your entrants!
  4. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    oh... so it's a facebook popularity contest.

    Why do people do this type of 'contest', don't they know there are sites out there to specifically 'like' a post/user on facebook....meaning they can rig the results.
    TheAivons likes this.

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