Edgar Snyder & Associates "My Holiday Wish" Coloring Contest
Accepting Entries Now - Schools Can Win $2,500
The holiday season begins early at our law firm – each fall, hundreds of entries pour in for our annual "My Holiday Wish" Coloring Contest. The contest, which is open to western and central Pennsylvania elementary school students, runs every year from September through the end of October. We ask students to draw us their holiday wish, and we're always amazed at the creativity of the submissions.
An independent panel of judges selects the final winning artwork, which is comprised of a grand prize winner and three runners up. When making their decision, the judges take into consideration the creativity of the design, the quality of the artwork, and the message the drawing portrays, among other factors.
Each winner receives a $2,500 donation to their school on their behalf and a VISA gift card. In addition, their artwork is featured on our law firm's holiday card and on a billboard.
How to Enter
If you're interested in participating, please read the official rules for more information, including prize details. Here is an overview of how to get started:
- Elementary school students (grades K - 5) can enter the contest by drawing their "Holiday Wish" on a piece of plain, white 11 x 8.5 paper, landscape orientation.
- On the back of the entry, include:
- The student's name and age
- The school name and address
- Teacher or Principal's Name
- The easiest way to contact either the Teacher or Principal if their student is a winner!
- Mail entries to:
Edgar Snyder & Associates
Attn: Shannon Botts, Marketing
US Steel Tower, 10th Floor
600 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Entires must be postmarked on or before Friday, October 26 to be eligible.
Each year we're impressed by the talent of the young artists in our region, and we're thankful for every student and teacher who takes the time to participate. If you have any questions, please send an email to email@example.com.
Check Out Our Previous Winners
Last year's winner, Marshall Eckenrode, wished "that everyone gets what they need: Food, water, an education, peace, and love.”
Grand Prize Winner
Marshall Eckenrode, age 9
Cambria Heights Elementary School
You can take a look at some of our other winning entries here: