Jefferson Lab 2019 T-Shirt Contest Underway
Make your idea the winning design for Jefferson Lab's 2019 T-shirt! The Jefferson Lab Activities Group (JAG) is seeking entries for the annual T-shirt design contest.
Don’t procrastinate! The 5 p.m. Friday, March 8, deadline will be here before you know it. Submit your design online at www.jlab.org/jag. New ideas and previously submitted designs are welcome.
Voting on the designs will take place March 13 – April 5. Staff, students and users can vote. (Jefferson Lab computer account user name and password required, one vote per person)
The winning design will be unveiled at the lab's annual Run-A-Round event. The winning design will be printed on the T-shirts distributed – and available for purchase – after the Run-A-Round.
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