Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: Know More about the Winners of “Pinta la Navidad” Contest of Banesco
Banesco Banco Universal, financial institution of 100% Venezuelan capital and leaded by Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez, announced that the girl Esthephanny Correa, from Guasipati (Bolívar state, Venezuela), was the winner of the Pinta La Navidad Contest with Banesco. The drawing postulated by Esthefany Correa will be exposed in the facade of the Banesco Tower of El Rosal in Caracas, one of the icons of Christmas in that city. In addition to the 10 prizes originally planned, Banesco also presented another 5 prizes to other kids because of the great quality of the postulated drawings. Know more about this contest and its prizes bellow!
This year, the bank launched the contest Pinta la Navidad with Banesco in which the children of the Venezuelan families shaped what it means for them this Christmas season. On this occasion, the institution wanted to turn its facade into a gigantic Christmas card made by children. The composition of Esthefany Correa, a 9 year-old girl from Bolivar state, will cover the facade of Banesco Tower in Caracas; she also received a TodoTicket card with Bs. 50,000. On November 30, Banesco invited the finalists to an awards ceremony in the spaces of Ciudad Banesco in Caracas, where the winners were announced.
Impressions and testimony
According to the information provided by Miguel Angel Marcano, Executive President of Banesco, for the financial institution it has been a privilege to appreciate the creativity and enthusiasm of each participant; he commented that every kid filled the spirit of the team with good wishes for this Christmas. Also, Marcano said that because of this reason, on behalf of Banesco, he must congratulate each child who took part in this contest.
More about the prizes
Banesco received more than 800 drawings of children between 4 and 12 yearsold considered in three categories. For the selection of the winners, the public vote was taken into account through the Facebook page of Banesco and the criteria of the expert jury, whose members evaluated the technique used by the child; the message that the drawing conveyed; the values and traditions embodied in it, and, above all, the originality of the piece.