Posts Tagged: Contests
Random House and Teen Vogue are giving teens a chance to win a trip to New York City and get a behind-the-scenes day at the Teen Vogue office as part of its promotion of Catwalk, a new novel from Deborah Gregory, author of the popular Cheetah Girls. Visit the Teen Vogue Promo website to enter.
What: Battle of the Bands @ Weber Center in Skokie. When: Saturday, June 28 @ 6 pm How Much: $5; present your high school ID to get in. Where: 9300 Weber Park Place, Skokie. Why: Nine bands will compete for your love, including the Green Tangerines from Notre Dame High School.
Tuesday: Open Play! DDR Supernova beginning at 1:30 pm & Guitar Hero 3 beginning at 3:15 pm.
Thursday: Tournaments! DDR Supernova beginning at 1:30 pm & Guitar Hero 3 beginning at 3:15 pm.
Beginning Monday, June 9, you can register for our summer reading program especially for teens. We’re going to be giving away prizes including ear buds, flash drives, and Panera coupons.
There will also be a drawing for a Sony PSP at the end of the summer. Read any 4 books (including audiobooks and graphic novels) for a chance to win.
Many of you will be required to read at least one book (maybe more) over the summer. Before you go out and buy those books, you may want to try the library. We’ve got local public and private schools’ summer reading lists, and can help you locate the books. Search our catalog now.
If the book you want is checked out, then we can put a hold on it for you. We stock multiple copies of the popular books, so you won’t have to wait all summer to get them. Find out how to win prizes by reading.
First Place: William Wallis for his poem “The Wreck of the Attica”
Second Place: Alicia Tatiana Carletto for her poem “Where I’m From”
Third Place: Samuel Fuller for his poem “Voices”
Honorable Mention: Geoffrey Wallis for his poem “The Six Romans”
The winning poems are currently on display on the 3rd floor of the library. They are also included in copies of a booklet that is availble free to the public.
Thank you to everyone who submitted poems this year! There were many great poems and they were all enjoyable to read. Please do not feel discouraged if your poem didn’t win a prize, but continue to write and share your writing with others.
(From Ally Carter’s newsletter)
T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST!
It’s official! We’re having a contest for you—the Gallagher Girls and Guys of the world—to design t-shirts to celebrate the books.
If you’d like to try your hand, please read these rules in their entirety. Entries that do not comply with the contest rules will not be considered.
If you have questions regarding the contest rules, please consult a parent, guardian, or teacher. If your parent, guardian, or teacher agrees that your question is not answered by the rules, please email me for clarification at ally (at sign) allycarter.com.
Please DO NOT email questions to the contest entry email address.
Please send your entry, your name, your date of birth, and your email address to AllyCarterContest (at sign) gmail.com by midnight April 21, 2008.
- Entrants must be under 21 years of age on the date that contest entries are due.
- All designs must be original artwork (no clipart, photographs to which you do not own the copyright, etc.).
- All designs must relate to the Gallagher Girl series (either book).
- Designs may use lines or themes from the book, but should not directly copy any cover art elements.
- Collaborative efforts are allowed, but prizes must be shared among the members of the winning team.
- A parent or guardian may assist, but you must do the majority of the work.
- Designs will be judged based on concept, execution, and the ability for the designs to duplicate well.
- Designs must be sent as either pdf or jpeg files. (Entries may be created in any software program or with pen/paper, but files MUST be scanned or saved in either pdf or jpeg format before they are sent to us.)
- You will be submitting designs only—no need to make actual t-shirts. Those will come later.
- You may submit a maximum of TWO entries.
- Designs can be for front, or back, or front and back. Note that preference may be given to designs that are one-sided since they will be less expensive to produce and purchase.
An important note:
The winning design may be used in a number of ways to help promote the Gallagher Girls series. By entering this contest you give up the copyright to your artwork (meaning you can’t sue us if we use it because…well…using it is kind of the purpose.)
If you’ve read and understood these rules and feel up to a challenge, then start designing!
The winner will receive a great prize (to be announced later).
The winning design will be featured on t-shirts (and possibly other merchandise) that will be sold on cafepress.com.
All proceeds from t-shirt sales will be used for prizes for future contests on AllyCarter.com.
Thanks, and good luck!