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Hawaiian Style Potato Chips needs your vote
November 23, 2011 - Carla Tracy
Two people from Maui County are the finalists in the Hawaiian® Kettle Style Potato Chips contest that ran through Aug. 31.
The Maui County finalists are Greg Guzman of Kihei on Maui and James Temple of Kualapuu on Molokai.
Basically, the company takes great pride in the beautiful, original artwork on all of its packaging and wanted to inspire consumers to create a new generation of art. So adult residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia were invited to submit an original design for a Hawaiian® Kettle Style Potato Chips T-shirt. The winning design will be made into a cool Hawaiian style t-shirt that people all over the country could be wearing!
“We wanted people to use the unique, colorful, tropical artwork that appears on the Hawaiian® Kettle Style Potato Chips packaging as inspiration for their own design,” says Terri Barberi, Brand Development Manager in the Specialty Foods Division of Pinnacle Foods Corp., marketers of the Hawaiian® brand. “What we were looking for is original artwork that takes a nod from the designs we’ve created to bring the laid back feel and taste of Hawaii to life.”
The online voting period runs through Nov. 30. You may vote for your favorites at Hawaiian Kettle Style Potato Chips.
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