Published 19 March 2010
Fabulous colourful Easter Card prepared in collage technique made by Aneta Adolph will be an official Easter postcard of PeBeKa for Easter 2010. The contest directed to the pupils of Special Needs School was adjudicated by the company from Lubin. The jury awarded 11 prizes.
- The contest was very popular with the pupils and that’s why I would like to thank all participants for their commitment and work. The success of the campaign is a clear signal that it is needed and worth to be continued – emphasized Jacek Kulicki, the president of PeBeKa.
It was the forth edition of the contest organized regular twice a year by PeBeKa. The children from Special Needs School had to face up to challenging task. Competition cards should refer not only to Easter motives but should also consider the jubilee of the 50th anniversary celebrated this year by the company.
- The young artists were perfectly up to the challenge – says Sylwia Miniewska from the jury, the press spokeswoman of PeBeKa. – Our logo was creatively integrated on many cards. We are impressed by inventiveness and fantasy presented by the competitors.
The jury had a difficult choice among nearly 90 cards projects which were sent to the company. The most of the works deserved recognition that’s why the jury decided to award 11 prizes. Unquestionable winner of the contest is seventeen-year-old Aneta Adolph. Proposed card project contains Easter egg and jubilee artistically converted logo of PeBeKa. The winner will get a rucksack and a set of illustrated books. What’s interesting, prizes are special in the contest, too.
- The prizes are not set in advance. We are constantly in contact with class tutors from Special Needs School, so that each granted pupil will get what he needs and dreams about – explains Sylwia Miniewska.
Awarding the pupils is planned to be on 26th March. Except the prizes for the winner and granted pupils PeBeKa is going to prepare small gifts for all the pupils from the school. The winner card is already in print shop. As a pattern of previous editions it will be also distributed by our company’s employees and pupils of Special Needs School. The whole income gained from cards selling will be given to headmaster of Special Needs School for pupils’ needs.