“Our Cup Runneth Over” wins Aspen Winterskol slogan contest
The Winterskol Committee has selected “Our Cup Runneth Over” as the official slogan for the 66th Annual Winterskol celebration Jan. 12 to 15. The winning slogan was submitted by Mike Monroney.
Entrants were asked to submit catchphrases between one and five words that emphasized the return of the World Cup Finals to Aspen in March and that highlighted the 66th Winterskol celebration with a nod to the town’s extensive history of skiing and love of winter sports.
Monroney’s prize is one pass to the 2017 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen. His slogan will appear on buttons, in print and other promotional and advertising materials for the celebration.
The committee is now seeking nominations for the 2017 Winterskol king and queen. Members of the Aspen community are able to submit their recommendations for king and queen via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. All submissions must include the nominee’s name and a short paragraph (75 words or less) describing why the nominee should be this year’s king or queen.
The criteria for the king and queen nominees are representatives from the Aspen valley community who:
Exemplify the Winterskol spirit, community involvement and goodwill.
Have made a significant contribution to the community.
Have embraced life in our mountain town and its variety of activities.
Will be present during the entire 2017 Winterskol celebration.
Have not served as a Winterskol king or queen in the past. Visit http://www.aspenchamber.org for a list of past kings and queens.
The contest will run until Nov. 7. All entries must be submitted to email@example.com by 5 p.m. on Nov. 7. Once the contest is over, the Winterskol committee will review the nominees and select the 2017 Winterskol king and queen.
For more information, or to get involved in this year’s Winterskol celebration, contact Brittany Zanin, special events manager, at 970-920-7146 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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