New York, N.Y.
4over4.com, popular Astoria-based online printer, will give away Free Canvas Prints to 5 lucky winners. The contest is aimed at parents of children aged 7 or younger.
Participants will upload pictures of their kid's artwork and the community will select the finalists from all the entries people submit to the page. Once they are selected, 4over4.com will pick 5 winners out of the lot for the beautiful price.
The price includes a free canvas print of the winners’ artwork, delivered free of charge at their homes.
A representative from the company stated that “we’re looking forward to seeing great drawings and art projects from our customer’s kids, this will give them the opportunity to put them on display and show off their artistic abilities for years to come.”
4over4.com will soon provide the rules of the giveaway and the format contestants need to convert their files for uploading them to their site.
The company offers many printing products available at their site, which make great alternatives to display kids’ artwork, such as their new canvas totes, ideal for party favors at children birthday parties, baptisms, baby showers or as holiday gifts family gifts.
For questions about this contest, please call (718) 932-2700, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to their site 4over4.com. The internet printing company started a new division in Poland (Polish: Drukarnia internetowa) to offer their services in the European country as well.
Online printing company 4OVER4.COM, a New York City printing firm, is a green printing company that serves tens of thousands of clients nationally and whose printing operations began in New York. Since 1999, 4OVER4.COM provides unmatched technical and customer support with instant online pricing and ordering for full-color printing services. 4OVER4.COM has offered free expert file review and free online proofs without any obligation to purchase. As a green printing company, they are strongly oriented towards sustainable environmental renewal and are happy to lead the way with environmentally and socially responsible printing practices among national as well as New York printers.