With increased focus being placed on such topics as bullying, wandering, gambling and substance abuse, one government agency is seeking to bring greater awareness of these issues through its logo competition.
To this end, the National Task Force on Crime Prevention (NTFCP) will launch its logo competition under the theme: In the Winners’ Circle: Making the Right Choice! It will target all secondary school students between the ages of 14 to 18, as well as students up to 18 years enrolled in the Fine Arts Programme of the Barbados Community College.
Persons interested in participating must note the following criterion: only one entry is allowed per person; designs must be submitted in JPEG or PDF format; all entries should be accompanied by details of the designer to include his/her age, school/institution, contact address, telephone number, and email address.
In addition, by entering the competition, participants have agreed that in the event their design is selected as an official logo for the programme they waive all rights to the design to the NTFCP.
Submissions must be transferable to T-shirts, brochures, posters, banners and other promotional memorabilia. The winning design must be in a format that can be reproduced in both black & white and colour on documents that will be copied or faxed.
The NTFCP reserves the right to disqualify entries if the design is not original. Winners will be selected by a panel of qualified judges and persons are advised that the judges’ decision is final.
The competition will end on Friday, November 2, and all mail/delivered CD copies should be submitted to: The NTFCP, #5 Alphonzo House, 1st Avenue, Belleville, St. Michael and digital files should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.??