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Fox anchor offers contest to design his bow tie

on Friday,June 10,2011 15:06

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Cincinnati Fox sports anchor Ken Rosenthal has set up a contest for the residents of the city to design his bow tie, which he will be wearing at his weekly segment of "Fox Saturday Baseball Game of the Week"

Rosenthal will be wearing a different bow tie each Saturday of the regular season for the Dhani's Jones' Bow Tie Cause initiative.

The deadline for submission is this Saturday, and the top 32 will be entered into the Bow Ties for the Troops Tournament. The event will start on June 17, and people will be able to vote on their favorite.

Dhani told the news source that "all submitted designs will be sent to our U.S. military personnel overseas to let them know we're thinking of them."

The winning design will be worn by Rosenthal on the last Saturday of the regular season, September 24, the media outlet reports.

Prospective fashion designers are expected to meet keen competition when they graduate from their degree programs and enter the field, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Therefore, entering and possibly winning contests such as this may give the applicant a leg up.

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