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Lightning Labels reveals photo contest winners

August 12, 2014

The top prize went to Sensational Soaps, whose Body Butter labels feature a colorful array of fruits, flowers and scenery.

Lightning Labels, a digital label printer in Denver, CO, USA, has announced the finalists of its third annual photo competition. The winners come from a variety of industries, illustrating just how creative businesses can be with their label designs, despite many thinking there isn't much room to push the boundaries when promoting their goods.

Sensational Soaps' Body Butter labels feature fruits, flowers and scenery.
The first-place prize, a Canon EOS Rebel T5i DSLR camera, goes to Sensational Soaps, whose Body Butter labels feature a colorful array of fruits, flowers and scenery. The second-place prize, a 40-inch flat-screen television, goes to La Dolce Diva Inc.'s Toodaloo toilet odor spray, which designed a minimalist, colorful product label. Olde Crone's Bewitching Bath Soap is the winner of the third-place prize, a Kindle Fire HBX. In fourth place comes Kao Jai Coffee, which takes home $500 in credit for future label printing projects. Finally, the fifth-place winner, Southern Girl Soapery, won $250 in credit for a striking red cosmetics label.

"The third annual Lightning Labels photo contest was full of exciting, exotic and unique entries, spanning a wide range of industries and sectors," says Scott Proctor, VP of sales at Lightning Labels. "At the end of the day, it just goes to show that labels are more than just marketing pieces, they are works of art. We hope to continue seeing such great designs and usage of our custom label products among our clients in the future."

For a look at all of the winners, visit Lightning Labels' Facebook page.
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