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Cereblast releases finalists for design contest

on Monday,April 25,2011 22:04

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A competition for the most innovative bioplastics logo is underway and the top three finalists have been announced. More than 1,500 graphic designers or companies entered their ideas to bioplastics manufacturer Cereplast, the sponsor of the contest.

Cereplast is looking for a logo that is both creative and easy to remember to a consumer. They want individuals to be able to recognize the eco-friendly design immediately.

"Cereplast's competition reflects our commitment to educating and helping consumers make more informed purchasing decisions that have an effect on the health of our environment," said the chairman and CEO of the company, Frederic Scheer.

There are a couple incentives for graphic designers who enter this competition. Not only would their design be on all items to indicate that they made from bioplastics but there is also a $25,000 prize for whoever wins.

Other businesses may not be able to give away such as substantial prize but it is reported that some companies offer a contest for graphic designers to compete in, and the reward is being hired at that company. 

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