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Lightning Labels announces photo contest

June 3, 2014

Voting for winners takes place directly on Facebook, enabling sharing across Facebook itself and another social networks.

Custom labels are often a very practical addition to a product, conveying important information such as product origin, materials and ingredients included, nutritional information and safety warnings. The best product labels are more than that, they are a canvas that can be used to showcase a brand and capture the interest of prospective buyers. With this in mind, Denver, CO-based Lightning Labels is announcing its third annual photo competition for current and past customers. Participants can submit their labels until June 28 for a chance to win 40" flat screen televisions, Canon Cameras, Kindle Fires and thousands of dollars’ worth of free custom labels. Voting on winners will take place in early July.

"This is the third time we'll be running our annual photo contest, after two competitive showings for the past two years," says AnneMarie Campbell, director business development at Lightning Labels. "Not only does this competition give hard-working businesses the chance to get some recognition for their exquisite label design, they can also win prizes that may help their business operations in the near future in the process."

In addition to the prizes, the contest is a way for Lightning Label’s customers to gain exposure of their own brand, while seeing what other companies are doing with their product labels. Voting for winners takes place directly on Facebook, enabling sharing across Facebook itself and another social networks and blogs, including Lightning Label’s Twitter and Pinterest pages. By entering the competition, companies may find themselves impressing new customers and discovering other business opportunities.
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