Eat LBC is Calling on Local Artists for Long Beach Restaurant Week’s Tote Bag Design Competition

Artists and foodies unite for the 2nd Annual Eat LBC and Long Beach Restaurant Week tote bag competition. Organizers are looking for local artists to design the 2015 signature tote bag, to be distributed before and during Long Beach Restaurant Week on March 22 through 28, 2015. The deadline to enter is December 31 and all submissions must be sent to [email protected]

The winner, chosen by the Eat LBC founders, will receive $200 in gift cards to some of Long Beach’s best restaurants along with 20 tote bags to give to family, friends and fans and last, but not least, a pair of VIP tickets to Eat LBC’s Launch Party in March. The winning tote bag will be distributed to guests attending the Eat LBC Launch Party as well as delivered to members of the media, local tastemakers and participating restaurants and sponsors.

Get to know your local chefs, sommeliers, pastry chefs, mixologists and other experts at Eat LBC, Long Beach Restaurant Week. For one week, restaurants throughout the city offer three-course, value oriented menus at a fixed price so guests can dine where they want throughout the week. Naples Rib Company, Open Sesame, Fuego at Hotel Maya, Bo-Beau Kitchen + Roof Tap, The Federal Bar, Callaloo Caribbean Kitchen, James Republic, Lucille’s Barbecue, Hof’s Hut, and The Crooked Duck are just a few of the restaurants participating this March, 2015.

The design should include a maximum imprint area of 12 inches by 8 inches with images provided in their actual size, in CMYK and at a minimum of 300 dpi. Only high-resolution PDF submissions will be accepted.

For more information about Eat LBC’s Tote Bag Design Contest or to register for the 2nd Annual Eat LBC, Long Beach Restaurant Week, click here

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Asia Morris has been with the Long Beach Post for five years, specializing in coverage of the arts. Her parents gave her the name because they wanted her to be a world traveler and they got their wish. She has obliged by pursuing art, journalism and a second career as a competitive cyclist.