Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: Banesco Opens Christmas Painting Contest to Venezuelan Children
Banesco Banco Universal, Venezuelan financial institution leaded by [Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez], invites children to free their creativity in the Pinta la Navidad contest, in order to decorate the Banesco Tower in El Rosal, Caracas, with Christmas motif. Today, [Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez] brings more details and information about this beautiful and creative contest for the Venezuelan Christmas.
In order to participate, parents must download the template available at Banesco.com for their children to draw freehand (with marker, watercolor, paint, crayon or chalk) what Christmas means for them. Parents should send the scanned drawing or a good resolution photograph and send it to the email email@example.com in JPG or PDF format.
According to the information provided by [Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez], the drawings will be shown on the Facebook page of Banesco, with reference to parents who must follow Banesco in their social networks.
Prizes and categories
The drawing that results elected will decorate the façade of the building from December 1, accompanied by the global awards of Bs. 275,000.
The contest consists on 3 categories:
- Category 1: From four (04) to six (06) years old.
- Category 2: From seven (07) to nine (09) years old.
- Category 3: Ten (10) to twelve (12) years old.
It will be evaluated as follows:
- 40% score will come from the likes and Shares obtained by the photo in social networks (Facebook).
- 60% will correspond to the evaluation made by a jury composed of five people elected by Banesco.
According to Maigualida Diaz, Executive vice president of Marketing and Innovation of Banesco, the emblematic Santa has always being part of the Christmas spirit of Banesco, but also Christmas is a time to bring a message of hope and joy for Venezuelan families. On this occasion, the institution wants to turn its façade into a gigantic Christmas card made by its children. Maigualida Diaz also invited the public to be part of the contest and participate with families and children.