Thankful Thursday Belt Buckle Contest Supports the Casper Autism Society
The Casper Autism Society is holding their 2nd Annual Belt Buckle Art Contest for Thankful Thursday fundraising event at the Beacon Club on October 8th.
They are looking for creative folks to design and donate one-of-a-kind, hand-crafted, wearable belt buckle art that will be auctioned to the highest bidder. We also need a few belt buckle models to show them off before folks bid on them!
The designer of the buckle that brings in the most money will receive a prize package valued at $200 and will hold the title of the 2015 Belt Buckle Art Contest Champion. All entries must be accompanied an entry fee of $10 (payable to the Casper Autism Society) and a completed entry form. Obtain entry forms at one of the following locations: Floral Rhino (139 S. Center), Petuniaz (136 S. Wolcott), or contact Christy at firstname.lastname@example.org
When you pick up your entry “kit,” it will come with the entry form, contest rules, and your choice of a metal belt buckle base. Artists may use their own base, but it must be accompanied by an entry form. Buckles must be turned in with a completed and signed form by Wednesday, October 7th. You may return the form to one of the participating retailers or mail it to the Casper Autism Society, c/o Christy Garner, 750 West 58th Street, Casper, WY, 82604.
To see and bid on the unique belt buckle creations, please join the Casper Autism Society at the Beacon Club for the family-friendly Thankful Thursday fundraising event on October 8th from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. There is no cover charge or obligation to purchase anything, but just for coming, you will have a chance to win lots of prizes including $500!
We hope you'll make plans to join us on our special night and support this worthwhile event.
For more information, please contact Christy Garner, President of the Casper Autism Society, at email@example.com or call 307-259-1068. The Beacon Club (www.thebeaconclubincasper.com) is located at 4100 West Yellowstone Highway in Mills.