22 Jul Get Your Craft On – Enter the Empty Bottle Brainchild Contest Before It’s Over
The 5-hour ENERGY® Empty Bottle Brainchild Contest is coming to an end. So far we’ve received submissions that have ranged from amusing, to somewhat questionable, to totally awesome. If you haven’t turned in your submission yet, hurry up and put on those final touches since the contest ends on July 26.
If you missed hearing about it altogether, on May 24 we asked all our 5-hour ENERGY® fans to collect their empty bottles; after savoring the very last drop (of course) and craft something fun out of them. A creative submission could win a ONE YEAR SUPPLY of 5-hour ENERGY®. Yes, that’s right 365 bottles of 5-hour ENERGY®. The contest ends on July 26, so there is still some time left to enter. If you think you have what it takes to win, then beg, borrow, steal those empties and get cracking. Design a masterpiece using empty 5-hour ENERGY® bottles that reflects your creativity. Your submission can be decorative, resourceful, or just plain pointless, just as long as it is innovative. Oh, and did we mention the second and third place geniuses will be awarded with a 6 and 3 month supply, respectively. Although some awesome “brainchildren” have been produced already, you can still be in it to win it. Just hurry up before it’s TOO LATE! To submit online enter via the 5-hour ENERGY® Website or Facebook Page, post a photo or include a video link. Alternatively, you may send your masterpiece directly to 5-hour ENERGY® headquarters.
Here are the “5-hour ENERGY® Empty Bottle Brainchild” rules again:
• Submissions must be received on or before July 26, 2011
• All entrants must provide applicable contact information and complete the required release form
• All works of art must be original and be created using actual 5-hour ENERGY® bottles
• Submissions must be made via the 5-hour ENERGY® Website, Facebook Page or sent by mail to 5-hour ENERGY® headquarters.
For inspiration, check out last year’s winner, Matt Bellner:
Use your time and empty bottles wisely, put on your thinking cap, and get crafty!