Mayor’s Campaign Against Breast Cancer to Host T-shirt Design Contest for Police and Fire Departments
Jul 01, 2019

The City of Columbia will conduct its first Mayor’s Campaign Against Breast Cancer T-shirt Design Contest, July 1, 2019 – July 31, 2019. The contest is open to talented artists who are interested in creating a t-shirt inspired by the fight for a cure.

There will be two categories of t-shirt design:

-Columbia Police Department (CPD)

-Columbia-Richland Fire Rescue (CRFR)

Artist may submit up to two design entries; one Columbia? Richland Fire Rescue and one Columbia Police Department design, however; you can only be selected as the winner for one t-shirt.

WHO: Mayor Steve Benjamin, Mayor’s Committee Against Breast Cancer, Columbia Police Department, Columbia Fire Department and One Columbia

WHAT: Mayor's Campaign Against Breast Cancer T-shirt Design Contest

WHERE: http://gate.columbiasc.gov/BCtshirtcontest

WHEN: Monday, July 1 – Wednesday, July 31

Community voting will be conducted August 9 – August 16, 2019.

The winners and designs will be recognized on the City of Columbia’s website and social media as well as the annual Mayor’s Campaign Against Breast Cancer Isabel Law Breakfast.

Official guidelines and online entry forms can be found at http://gate.columbiasc.gov/BCtshirtcontest. Hand-drawn entries can be sent to One Columbia, 1219 Taylor Street, Columbia, SC 29201.

T-shirt sales for winning designs begin Monday, August 19, 2019.

All proceeds from the t-shirt sale will go to Prisma Health Midlands Foundation for the Bosom Buddies Fund to assist women with post-mastectomy bras and other support materials.