Principal LED Hosts “Freedom to Innovate” Photo Contest

Principal LED thrives on innovation, whether it’s a new product or an original way to make our customer’s lives more simple. We are launching our “Freedom to Innovate” contest this summer with hopes that it will inspire you to get creative and show off your company’s brand using Principal LED products!

First place will receive $1,000 in product credit for P-LED product. Second place will receive $500 in product credit and third place will receive $250 product credit.

HOW TO ENTER

All submissions must include:

  • Original photos of a lit sign, installation, or before/after, etc.
  • Quote from distributor, sign company, or final customer involved
  • Breakout of products used (must use P-LED product in some aspect)

Submit your photos using the form below to enter.

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR

We’re looking for awesome signs using Principal LED products for illumination. We want to show off the amazing creativity of the sign shops and sign designers using our products. We are looking for high-quality photos (high resolution, clarity, creative angles) that show off a great lit sign or tell a story of the installation process.

The “Freedom to Innovate” Photo Contest ends October 1. The top five finalists will be posted to Principal LED’s Facebook page for voting October 2-7. We will announce the winner Tuesday, October 8 on our Facebook page. Winners of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place will be featured on the Principal LED website and highlighted on social media. Awards will be sent via mail to the winners (addresses will be requested upon declaration of winners).

RULES

By entering this competition, you give Principal LED the right to use all photos and quotes submitted for the competition for promotional and commercial purposes. You agree to be contacted if needed for additional details related to your submission. Please contact us if you have any questions.

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