Vyve’s 3rd Annual Christmas Card Art Contest Spreads Holiday Cheer Throughout All Vyve Communities
Eleven-Year Old’s Design Chosen As Official Vyve Christmas Card From Over 1,000 Entries
Vyve’s Annual Christmas Card Contest was a huge hit for the third year in a row. With over 1,000 entries from all eight Vyve services area states, this year’s contest entries surpassed all expectations.
After a long and throughout judging process, the Vyve team decided on a clear winner. Eleven-year old Dana Jordan from Broxton Mary Hayes Elementary School in Broxton, GA. Jordan’s drawing of a peacefully praying angel will be featured on Vyve’s Official Christmas Card and will be distributed to over 200,000 households throughout the country. Jordan will win an iPad mini for herself, $200 in art supplies for her school and a school-wide cookies and cocoa party.
The award winning community relations program has become much more than a brand initiative for the company. The program brings communities together and give kids the opportunity to share what Christmas Spirit means to them. The Vyve team looks forward to this contest all year.
“Certainly from an integrated branding perspective it has been hugely successful,” said Jeffrey DeMond, chief executive officer for Vyve Broadband. “But as the campaign has grown organically from company-to-community and back, it has shown how deeply we are engaged with our communities, and how much we care about our communities. At the end of the day, it makes everyone in our company and our communities feel good.”
Kid’s ages 3-12 year old who live in a Vyve market are eligible to enter to design a card that describes what Christmas Spirit means to them. The program is promoted throughout Vyve markets including schools, libraries, churches, social media and chambers of commerce.
Jordan’s winning design was sent to Hallmark Business Connections who will produce Vyve’s official 2017 Christmas Card.
For more information, go to VyveBroadband.com/CardContest
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