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Harrier T-Shirt Design Contest!


We are on the hunt for a fresh new wave of designs for our apparel! To accomplish this, we're starting a contest for anyone and everyone to submit what they think will be the next great Harrier t shirt design. 

Design rules:

1. Designs must be original creations

2. Designs must not feature the image or likeness of professional or college athletes

3. Designs must not use photographs

4. Designs can use The Harrier name, logo, and slogan if the artist chooses to do so

5. Only one design can be submitted per person

To Enter:

Email support@the-harrier.com with a png or jpg of your design with the subject line "Harrier t-shirt contest."

Contest Deadline

All designs must be submitted by 9pm cst on September 25th. 

How winners will be selected:

After all designs are submitted, a panel will select the top 4 designs that will then be voted on by The Harrier community. At the conclusion of the final round of voting, the design with the most votes will be the winner.

Grand Prize: 

The winner of the design contest will receive $350 and will have their design used on a t shirt as part of The Harrier apparel line. 

While only one design will be crowned champion, the goal of the contest is to also work out licensing agreements with multiple artists who submit designs even if they don't receive the most votes. 

*By entering the competition, you agree that The Harrier will own the rights to your design to use commercially if, and only if, your design receives the most votes. Please do not submit designs unless you are prepared to have it used commercially in the event that you win the contest. All other designs submitted will remain the property of the artist unless The Harrier contacts the artist individually to arrange a licensing agreement.*