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City to sponsor giant greeting card contest

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published September 17, 2000


St. Petersburg's Recreation Department is hosting a giant greeting card contest, with the winning designs adorning the city's downtown waterfront area for a month during the winter holidays.

Entries should be submitted in a color, vertical format on two 6x12-inch white poster boards and must be received by Oct. 12. If your design is chosen, you will be asked to reproduce it on two 4x8-foot plywood panels, which the Recreation Department will provide.

Winners will be selected based on originality, execution, overall appearance, and verse and concept. For information, call 892-5874, 893-7441 or 892-5197.

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