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Culver’s announces first Swagriculture Design Contest

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The future of agriculture is young, vibrant, exciting and forward moving. In an effort to capture the talent and passion of the future of agriculture, Culver’s has created a new contest — the Swagriculture Design Contest.  Culver’s is asking people to share their passion for agriculture by creating an original design that could be featured on a future Thank You Farmers Project shirt, hat, or mug.

The contest is an extension of Culver’s Thank You Farmers Project, which works to support agricultural education programs that teach smart farming. And because the future of agriculture is so exciting and bright, Culver’s wants to highlight people’s passion for agriculture with an original design.

Anyone who is interested in participating in this contest can choose from a t-shirt, hat, or mug template for their design that could be featured as an official Thank You Farmers Project apparel item. Culver’s will review the submitted designs and select their favorite to win.

Prizes are as follows:

  • Grand Prize: $1,000, a Culver’s branded cooler customized with the winning design, T-shirt, hat and mug
  • Runner-Up: $250, T-shirt, hat, and mug
  • Honorable Mention: $100, hat and mug

Since creating the Thank You Farmers Project in 2013, Culver’s has raised $3 million to support agricultural education. The Thank You Farmers Project is about more than showing appreciation for the hard work of today’s farmers: It’s about ensuring we have enough food to serve our growing population by supporting agricultural education efforts that encourage smart farming. 

To enter, contestants will need to submit their design (either drawn, sketched, or digitally designed) using the form on the contest page by May 21, 2021. Winners will be announced by June 1, 2021. In addition, contestants have to be 13 years or older to apply. 

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