Contest offers participants a chance to win $250 and the opportunity to
see their cards in Hallmark stores across the country.
TORONTO, Feb. 2 /CNW/ - Think you can tickle Canada's funny bone? If so,
take note: Hallmark Canada's humourous greeting card contest - "Now
That's Funny, Eh" - has officially kicked off.
For the very first time, Hallmark Canada is giving the public a chance
to access their inner comedian. All you have to do is take a funny
photo, pair it with a witty caption, and turn it into a hilarious
birthday card. Then, simply submit your masterpiece online at www.hallmarkcontests.ca for a chance to become a Hallmark star!
If you've been sitting on a goofy photo or bursting to tell a good joke,
now is your chance to showcase your talents. All winners will receive
$250 and serious bragging rights when their birthday cards hit store
shelves across Canada.
"We are very excited to launch Hallmark Canada's first greeting card
competition," says Chris Kelly, Vice-President, Consumer Solutions and
Brand Experience, Hallmark Canada. "This is a great way for people to
express their sense of humour & creativity, and we're thrilled to give the public an opportunity to buy the winning
cards in hundreds of Canadian stores that sell Hallmark products."
The contest begins January 31, 2011 and wraps up on March 25, 2011.
Check out www.hallmarkcontests.ca for more information and visit Hallmark Canada's Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/HallmarkCanada to keep on top of exciting contest developments!
About Hallmark Canada
Hallmark Cards, Inc. is the world's largest manufacturer of greeting
cards and other personal expression products. Hallmark was founded by
Joyce C. Hall in 1910 and currently employs more than 740 artists,
designers, stylists, photographers, writers and editors, who develop
nearly 20,000 products each year. Hallmark Canada is the industry
leader whose products are sold through its 240 Gold Crown stores as
well as select grocery stores, drug stores, mass-merchandisers and
SOURCE Hallmark Canada
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