Cast Your Vote in NRCA’s 2015 Children’s Art Contest

Emma Paredes_TectaAmerica Southeast

Voting is now open for NRCA’s 2015 Children’s Art Contest, sponsored by A.C.T. Metal Deck Supply, Aurora, Ill. Part of National Roofing Week, July 5-11, the contest promotes awareness of the importance of having a roof to children in grades 1-8, showing them the value of professional roofing contractors in their communities.

To cast your vote click here.

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The contest was open to children who are relatives of NRCA contractor members and their employees. Winners from each age group will be selected based on the artwork that most effectively illustrate what roofs do.

Voting is open to the public until May 10. Winners will be announced May 11.

Winners will be selected from the following age groups.

Group 1: Grades 1-3

Group 2: Grades 4-6

Group 3: Grades 7-8

The three winners will receive:

  • Their artwork featured on 2015 National Roofing Week materials which will be displayed during the week as well as at industry events throughout 2015-16, including the 2016 International Roofing Expo® and NRCA’s 129th Annual Convention in Orlando.
  • $100 gift card to a selected retailer and an iPad.

For more information, contact Charlotte Norgaard, NRCA’s media relations manager, at (847) 493-7548 or cnorgaard@nrca.net.

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One thought on “Cast Your Vote in NRCA’s 2015 Children’s Art Contest

  1. Roof Scoop says:

    Reblogged this on Roof Scoop and commented:

    There is Still Time to Vote in NRCA’s Children’s Art Contest! Cast Your Vote Today!

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