Pharmacies Network Action Pay Less will award up R$ 4.500 paintings, engravings and collages on the theme "Love is what binds us"
Until the day 16 July (Tuesday), entries are open to participate in the 8º Contest Our People Our Art the Pharmacy Network Pay Less, Action major pharmaceutical retailer that seeks to identify and reward talent from all over Brazil who register their works of art with the theme "Love is what binds us".
To participate, applicants must prepare a work using the language of painting, engraving or collage, following the specifications and file formats informed on the contest rules. Is it just accepts a candidate for enrollment, you must choose one of three artistic approaches. The works submitted compete for cash prizes ranging from R $ 1.500 the R $ 4.500 and the top eight will be presented with a kit Acrilex. The eight frames better evaluated will be played in the delivery fleet network, which has stores in all Brazilian states and the Federal District.
The participant must send a photo of the work (de 1MB a 2MB, For JPEG or PNG extensions) through the hot site and await the return of the competition organizers, that will make a pre-selection of 30 most original and creative in accordance with the theme of this issue and request that the original work is delivered (frameless) in a more 1.200 Pay Less stores. The selected screens will participate in an exhibition and voting and internet users, at the same time, exposed in an open space to the public, for the vote on the jury.
The result will be announced on 24 October (Thursday) the hot site of the event.
|8º Contest Our People Our Art|
|Inscriptions: until 16 th July 2019|
|Awards: R$ 4,5 thousand (1th place) the R $ 1,5 thousand (4th place) and kit for Acrilex 8 best placed - in addition to the reproduction of works in the truck fleet of Pharmacies Pay Less.|
|Result: 24 October 2019|
|Hotsite and regulation: www.paguemenos.com.br/nossagentenossaarte|
Pharmacies on Pay Less
As Pharmacies Pay Less They are the first retailer present in 26 Federation states and the Federal District, since 2009. Maintains an average annual growth (CAGR) from 15,6% the last ten years, one of the largest continuous growth rates of Brazil. Have today 1.180 shops, 840 units of the Clinic Farma and over 21 thousand employees working in 342 counties.