The contest is open to all students in grades kindergarten through 12 who attend State of Hawai‘i public schools or private schools, or who are in home-schooling programs. Employees of Alaska Air Group and their dependents are not eligible to enter or win.
The winners will be chosen by a final selection panel comprising 10 judges representing Hawai‘i’s government, community, arts, education and tourism leaders. A public vote by Hawai‘i residents will also help determine the Grand Prize, Second and Third Place winners.
Everything has to be postmarked by November 30, 2012. That means you need to get to the Post Office before it closes that day. What are you waiting for?
No. Sorry. As we mentioned before, there can be nothing 3D. No feathers, glue, macaroni, sparkles, doll parts, or sequins. And beyond that, please don’t be negative or offensive. If your design includes anything inappropriate it will be eliminated from the contest.
Nope, the plane is all yours. We’ll worry about the logo, Eskimo, etc.
That is a question for you to answer. What does it mean to you? Is it the people? Is it the culture or heritage? The geography? Or a combination of all those things? Your job is to tell us what you love about Hawai'i and would like to share with the rest of the world.
Sorry. We want to keep all the entries we receive. (We'll need to get a really huge fridge to display them.) Make copy for yourself before you send it to us if you'd like to remember your design.
This contest is only open to current students in Hawai'i enrolled in grades K-12. Students in other states or countries may also participate if at least one parent is a State of Hawai'i resident who is on active military duty in another state or country.
Congratulations! Sorry we weren’t there to give you a lei. But unfortunately you’re a few months too late for our contest.