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Primera Europe announces Christmas label contest

November 7, 2013

The entry with the most "likes" on Facebook will win an Apple iPad mini.

Primera Technology Europe has announced the start of its third label contest, but it’s the first that takes place only on Facebook. The label contest takes place from November 1, 2013 to December 13, 2013. During this time, Primera customers have the opportunity to email a picture of their labeled product to Primera at contest@primera.eu.

The label has to have "Christmassy" or winterly elements and has to be produced by the Primera LX-Series or finished with the FX400e. Participants can send a maximum of three entries. Primera will post an album with all entries on Facebook. Then, Facebook users may “like” their favorite label during the activity period. The participant with the most “likes” will win an Apple iPad mini and those finishing in 2nd through 10th place will receive a Primera calendar and a standard label roll for the LX-Series.

Primera’s LX-Series Label Printer is ideal for the printing of individual and seasonal promotions in small-runs. The FX400e Foil Imprinting System makes it possible to finish labels with foils in different colours and to produce festive labels for the holiday season.

The voting takes place on Primera’s Facebook profile at: https://www.facebook.com/primeraeurope
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