Show the world your creativity;
enter your T-shirt entry online
Do you think you have an award-winning T-shirt design? Enter online and let the world be the judge.
NEW YORK, April 2, 2008 -- You now have the opportunity to show the world how creative your company is. Please begin planning now to submit your entry to the JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge T-shirt contest online.
All participants in JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge worldwide are urged to show their company pride by wearing a T-shirt that showcases their employer. It adds to the color of the event and also gives your company a terrific marketing edge. Best of all, the three most creative T-shirts at each Corporate Challenge event earn a donation to charity.
For the first time this year, a large part of the judging for the T-shirt contest will be done by the general public online. To enter your T-shirt, you will need to email an electronic version of your entry (jpeg preferable) to the race coordinator in your particular city. Online voting – available to anybody worldwide – will then be used to determine winners.
Please note that deadlines for online submission and the beginning of voting vary in each city. Please click on the “T-Shirt Contest” link in the “At a Glance” box on your city's home page.
For your T-shirt to be considered in the voting, it must include some aspect of the event – for example, the JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge Series logo, the event date, our beneficiary, race site, course, or some other creative connection to the event.
Two of the three winning T-shirts will be chosen via the online voting. If you cannot design your T-shirt in time for the online judging, you can still submit a t-shirt for judging by the Corporate Challenge organizers on race night.
If you are a winner in the T-shirt contest, a donation will be made in your company's name to charity. You would have three choices for the donation -- The World Wildlife Fund, the primary Corporate Challenge beneficiary in each market, or a local not-for-profit of your preference.
Best of luck in the contest and we look forward to seeing you and your colleagues wear your design proudly on race night.