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SUBWAY® Gift Card Offered As a Blank Canvas

19 July 2012

SUBWAY® Gift Card Offered As a Blank Canvas

Clever creatives and fans of SUBWAY® restaurants have their chance to make their mark in SUBWAY® restaurants across New Zealand.

For the first time, designs of the popular SUBWAY® Gift Card are being thrown open to the New Zealand public in the ‘Our Card’s Your Canvas’ competition.

The competition, which opens today, encourages creative Kiwis to download a SUBWAY® Gift Card Template and submit designs for six different categories: Mum’s the Word, Daddy Dearest, Super Teen (boy), Super Teen (girl), Christmas and Open (a generic SUBWAY® design).

All entries will be judged by SUBWAY® representatives with the shortlist of designs uploaded to the SUBWAY® website on 13 August 2012. The public will be invited to vote for their favourite design in each category. The designer of the most popular design in each category will receive a SUBWAY® Gift Card loaded with $500 and the winning designs will be immortalised as a SUBWAY® Gift Card. The second and third most popular designs will each receive $100 and $50 respectively.

“We’re looking forward to seeing how our customers connect with the SUBWAY® brand and how they interpret this into a creative design,” says Joanne Reynolds, Subcard® Marketing Manager. “We know Kiwis love the Subway® brand, and now it’s our customers’ chance to turn their love of subs into an equally tasty piece of art!”

For more information including terms and conditions visit www.subway.co.nz/design

ENDS

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