Loonsday 2021 T-shirt Design Contest

Your work can be immortalized if you take up the Loonsday race design challenge to showcase your talent. 

The Loonsday race organizers are having a t-shirt design contest!  The winning designer will win $100 and their design will be used on all the finisher tees and sweatshirts. 

The design must include: 

  • A loon

And the following phrases: 

  • Loonsday 2021
  • 38th annual
  • Loon Lake, WA. 

Beyond that, use your imagination! Send a jpeg format of your design, along with your name and phone number, to [email protected] before April 15th, 2021. Sorry, no late entries.  

Loonsday is a 5-mile fun walk/run event that takes place in Loon Lake, Wa. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, June 5, 2021. Visit Loonsday’s Facebook page, FB.me/Loonsday to see latest information  or to contact them with any questions.  There are Loonsday 2020 sweatshirts, long sleeved and t-shirts available for purchase at 50% off at the site.

Photo Provided By Loonsday’s Organizers

Caption: Bailey Bordelon, $100 winner for the 2020 t-shirt design, with Megan Hill. Bailey had the design done before COVID-19 hit, so she updated it with a face mask.

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