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We're nearing the end of our #CelebrateAdobeCC contest and it's time to announce our round 2 winners! But don't fret, there's still time to submit to round 3. The final round of the contest closes November 14, 2015, so submit now.
Now, without further ado, our round 2 winners are ...
Our gold prize winner is Pulse Ensemble Theatre in New York City for its W.E.B. Du Bois: A Man for All Times poster. We're proud to award $1,000 to Pulse Theatre Company. The poster was created by the theater's Christine Cirker. It powerfully conveys the personality and impact that W.E.B. Du Bois had on this country. Pulse shared:
"We are delighted that thanks to Tech Soup, we are able to upgrade and keep abreast with new technology. We got our wonderful Adobe graphics program from Tech Soup … . You help us to keep going, and we are most grateful!"
Our Silver Prize — a free one-year membership to Adobe Creative Cloud — goes to Servicios de la Raza in Denver, Colorado. Servicios de la Raza works to assist low-income members of the Denver community and help them overcome a range of problems that result in a lack of resources and perpetuate the cycle of poverty. Servicios shared how Adobe Creative Cloud empowers its organization:
"Our organization implements seven culturally responsive human services programs across Colorado and the breadth of services can be overwhelming. As a result, we focused on brand strategy as a primary goal this past year. Whether it's on large-scale building signs, printed flyers, or online media, our brand significantly improved thanks to Adobe InDesign and Illustrator products. With this Creative Cloud membership, our growing brand will create greater impact for our partners, donors, and clients."
Our third place, bronze prize winner is Western Resource Advocates (WRA), based out of Boulder, Colorado. Committed to protecting the West's land, air, and water, this infographic distills complex information — an influential Western state's water plan — into clear, fun, succinct, compelling images and statistics. WRA will receive a free Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements.
"As a conservation organization working to protect the West's land, air, and water, Western Resource Advocates relies on the Adobe Creative Suite to bring visions of the West's vast blue skies, rushing rivers, and inspiring landscapes to our audiences. We use Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, and After Effects to help tell our stories and engage our audiences in pressing conservation issues and how we can find solutions together.
"We're so excited to add Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements to our repertoire … . We're also grateful to TechSoup for providing so many essential software programs for a nominal fee. This allows us to direct more of our donor dollars to protecting the environment."
So far, submissions to #CelebrateAdobeCC have included flyers, posters, postcards, infographics, and more. We can't wait to see what round 3 has in store!
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