We Want You to Design Our 2016 Race For the Cure® t-Shirt!

We Want You to Design Our 2016 Race For the Cure® t-Shirt!

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SUBMISSIONS DUE: JULY 26

Each year, more than a million people across the globe participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® series. Each participant has their own story. They run in honor of someone they’ve lost. They walk to support a friend or loved one currently battling breast cancer. They walk for themselves. No matter their story, they rise before the sun, put on their Komen Race t-shirt and join a community to race for a better future.

As we look to the future, we need your help…and your creativity! Today, we’re calling on all survivors, co-survivors and our supporters to help us design the shirt that a million fellow walkers and runners will be wearing in 2016. Would you like to showcase your original art on the front of our 2016 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® t-shirts worn at races around the world? Get creative and help us inspire!

Want to submit a T-shirt design? Simply follow the guidelines below: 

  • Design theme should be focused on the power and passion of a global community coming together for a common goal – to end breast cancer
  • Please do not use stock images, photos, copyrighted work or clip art, we are looking for your original designs
  • The design should include the color pink and up to 5 additional colors from this pallet (hyperlink to PDF of colors that Kara will provide)
  • Please submit your entry as a web-friendly image (.jpeg, png, pdf) not to exceed 5MB in size

This is YOUR race t-shirt for YOUR community, so don’t wait! The due date is July 26!

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR DESIGN TODAY

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