Paint the school rock and win grants for art programs
The 5th Annual Spirit Rock Contest, sponsored by the Panthers and Allen Tate, invites North and South Carolina schools to show their Panthers pride and artistic talents at the same time.
To enter, schools should create a Panthers-themed design on their school rock and submit photos by December 6, 2013. The contest is open to all public and private elementary, middle and high schools in North and South Carolina. Ten winning schools, selected by a community panel of judges, will receive grants to support school art projects, ranging from $400 to $1,000 for the top rock.
Top finishers will also be featured on a slide show on panthers.com and in an upcoming issue of the Panthers fan magazine, Roar.
“The Spirit Rock Art Contest combines three things that Allen Tate Company is passionate about: education, arts and culture and of course, the Carolina Panthers. We are thrilled to be the official sponsor of this event and provide $5,000 in arts grants to deserving students throughout the Carolinas,” said Pat Riley, Allen Tate president and chief operating officer.
School art teachers or administrators should submit two unique photos of their school rock featuring a Panthers design. Photos should be a minimum file size of 1 MB per image and should be emailed to Brad.Wornick@Panthers.NFL.com no later than December 6.
For details and additional information, please contact Brad Wornick at 704-358-7807.
The Spirit Rock Art Contest is the latest in a series of Allen Tate promotions with the Carolina Panthers since 2007. Other partnership events have included the “Crossing the 50” program,” the Prowl the Den Sweepstakes, Ultimate Fan Package Sweepstakes and Panthers Purrsuit social media challenge.