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Avery Graphics Begins 'Choice Awards' Competition

(September 2005) posted on Thu Sep 22, 2005

Grand-prize winner will receive a package worth $6500.


Avery Dennison Graphics Division is now accepting entries for the its first Avery Graphics Choice Awards competition, and is asking for photos of outstanding uses of Avery Graphics media to compete for prizes in a variety of categories.

The Avery Graphics 2005 Choice Awards competition is open to printers, converters, sign shops, applicators, advertising agencies, and end-users throughout the US and Canada All projects must be created between January 1 and December 31, 2005. Entries will be judged on originality, creativity, quality of graphics, and novelty of design.

An independent panel of judges will award one Grand Prize for the Best Overall Entry. In addition, one Gold and one Silver Prize will be awarded in each of the following application categories:

* Vehicle Graphics "? buses, cars, trucks, trains, boats, RVs;

* Exterior Signage "? billboards, buildings, banners, signs;

* Interior Signage "? museums, trade show signage, floor signage;

* Labels "? product identification, corporate identity, packaging; and

* Technical Achievement "? difficult or complex applications

"Avery Graphics is excited to recognize the talent that is behind each and every media application," said Michael Roughton, vice president/general manager, Avery Graphics. "We look forward to seeing the creative ways our customers have used our vinyl and label material. It will be a testimony to the quality, durability, and versatility of our products."
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The Grand Prize winner will be awarded a $5,000 travel voucher plus free publicity in his or her local media, a package worth $6,500, Avery reports. Each Gold award winner will receive $500, and each Silver award winner will receive $250. All entries must be received by January 31, 2006; winners will be announced March 1, 2006. (Avery Graphics: www.averygraphics.com)


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