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KPR hosts 2nd annual mug design contest

Wed, 02/12/2020

LAWRENCE — Back by popular demand, Kansas Public Radio will host its second annual KPR Mug Design Contest. KPR is looking for unique designs to place on the 2020 KPR membership coffee mug. Members will receive a mug at the Ice Cream Social on June 18 at Maceli's.

One design will be featured on the 2020 KPR coffee mugs. The winner will receive a $100 gift certificate from Downtown Lawrence Inc., free tickets to upcoming KPR events for the year, an Amazon Alexa and two mugs. The runner-up will receive a $25 Raven Book Store gift certificate, $25 Burger Stand gift card and free tickets to KPR events for the year.

The design needs to emphasize either Kansas, community connections, radio or all three. It must also contain the words Kansas Public Radio, KPR or the actual logo, which is available on KPR's website. The design needs to be 8 1/4" wide by 3 3/4" high. Submissions can incorporate a full color scheme, and they must be sent as vector PDFs.

Final images should be submitted by 11:59 p.m. March 6 along with the designer’s name, phone number and email address to Bobbi Washechek at bwashechek@ku.edu.

By participating in this contest, both winner and participants grant Kansas Public Radio permission to use their names and designs. The winner of the contest will waive any rights to their design. The design must be original work and must not contain any copyrighted materials. KPR and Audio-Reader employees and their families are not eligible to compete.

KPR, an 18-time winner of the KAB’s Station of the Year, licensed to the University of Kansas, broadcasts on 91.5 FM and 96.1 FM (KPR2) in Lawrence, 89.7 FM in Emporia, 91.3 FM in Olsburg-Junction City, 89.9 FM in Atchison, 90.3 FM in Chanute, and 99.5 FM and 97.9 FM (KPR2) in Manhattan. KPR can be heard online at kansaspublicradio.org, and KPR2, a news-talk programming stream, which can be heard on an HD receiver or on KPR’s website.

 



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