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Lite-Brite Artist of the Year Contest

If you're looking for an opportunity to let your art shine, this is your chance. Lite-Bright is celebrating the launch of the new Illumin-Art easel by holding a nationwide search for the best and brightest young Lite-Brite artists. Check it out!

Lite-Brite Prizes

Five finalists will win an all-expense paid trip to New York City to show off their art at a Manhattan art gallery where a panel of judges will choose the Lite-Brite Illumin-Artist of the Year! The grand prize winner will receive a $5,000 savings bond, a Lite-Brite Illumin-Art easel and other Hasbro toys and games. The runners-up will each receive a $1,000 savings bond, the easel and Hasbro toys and games.

How to Enter the Lite-Brite Contest

Dust off your Lite-Brite and channel your creative energies into making the coolest Lite Brite art you can. When you're done, send a completed entry form and a picture of your Lite-Brite masterpiece to:

Lite-Brite Illumin-Artist of the Year Contest

 

Lite-Brite Rules and Regulations

The contest is open to US residents aged six to 10 and runs from July 31, 2004 to August 31, 2004. You can enter as many times as you want but each entry must be mailed separately with a completed entry form that is signed by your parent or guardian. Head to www.litebrite.com to check out the official rules and to print out an official entry form. Good luck!

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