What would you do with a free nutrition poster?
No really, what would you do? The question isn't rhetorical because this month, we're giving away a free poster to a lucky contest winner. All you need to do to enter the contest is let us know what you would do with this free poster if you got it. The best answer wins. How simple is that?
To enter, fill out the form at the end of this post. Include a paragraph about how you would use the poster if you won. Be sure to include your contact information so that we can reach you if you do win.
The contest begins today and will run through August 30, 2014. I will announce the winner in September.
So think about it. What would you do with this gorgeous Freedom from Chronic Disease poster? Would you make it part of a display? Use it in a wellness fair? Decorate your office with it? Its bright colors, creative composition, and engaging message have made it an educator favorite, and it's gotten rave reviews since its release earlier this year.
But wait, why set up this contest?
Well, I get a lot of requests for free posters through the free poster program, but that program is only for a professional audience. This means that the program leaves out people who are presenting to consumers. I want to change that, and this poster contest is a great first step.
By Judy Doherty, PC II and Founder of Food and Health Communications
PS If you can't stand the suspense, you can also purchase your own copy of the Freedom from Chronic Disease poster right now!
Or check out some of the bestselling posters available in the Nutrition Education Store today!
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Stephanie Ronco has been editing for Food and Health Communications since 2011. She graduated from Colorado College magna cum laude with distinction in Comparative Literature. She was elected a member of Phi Beta Kappa in 2008.