Boot Campaign Launches Remember Everyone Deployed (R.E.D.) T-Shirt Design Contest
Do you love giving back to our military men and women and their families? Are you creative? Have you ever wanted to see your artwork on a t-shirt?
Then this contest is for YOU!
Help show support and solidarity for those deployed abroad. Create a new eye-catching, conversation-starting Remember Everyone Deployed t-shirt to get more people in R.E.D. shirts on Fridays.
Here’s what you do:
Come up with something cool.
Make sure that the artwork can fit in a 14” x 20” space.
Smaller is OK.
Submit your design to email@example.com
We’ll post on Facebook.
Get your friends to vote.
The design with the most likes wins!
Winner gets bragging rights.
Boot Campaign gets a new design for a Remember Everyone Deployed T-shirt.
Money and awareness gets raised to help our nation’s military families!
Sunday, September 30: Deadline to Enter
Monday, October 1: Facebook Voting Begins
Monday, October 8 at 5 PM CST: Voting Ends
WHY A REMEMBER EVERYONE DEPLOYED DESIGN CONTEST?
We want to connect the 99% of Americans who do not serve in the military with the 1% who do.
November 5 to 11 is Boot Week – the week preceding Veterans Day in which Boot Campaign encourages all patriots to wear boots everywhere.
We want to have a new R.E.D shirt option for Friday, November 9.
Proceeds from t-shirt sales will benefit Boot Campaign’s mission-focused programs that are dedicated to inspiring the inner patriot in all Americans and providing life-changing programs to veterans and military families nationwide.
Since at least 2005, wearing something red on Fridays has symbolized a grassroots, nationwide effort to honor servicemen and women currently serving away from home. Boot Campaign is looking forward to tapping patriotic minds to keep this visual show of support growing.
If you’re looking for inspiration or to learn more about who is wearing red on Fridays and how you can get more people to do it too, check out these major companies where the culture inspired employee driven initiatives: Southwest Airlines and Raytheon. Also, Mansfield University, a small public university on Pennsylvania garnered national recognition for its RED Friday campaign and Oklahoma University’s veterans’ association webpage encourages students to wear red each Friday.
Here are our current R.E.D. shirts offerings.