Narragansett Beer Father’s Day Tie Design Contest

Narrangansett I realize that Providence RI is a little out of our territory, but as I’ve said before, I like pushing out these fun beer-contests.  Who knows, maybe one of our readers will win and bring beer-fame to Northeastern PA.  Winners will receive cash prizes and (you guessed it) Narragansett Beer…and yes you probably do have to learn how to spell “Narragansett” beer to win.


New England Brewer Seeks Winning Design To Be Featured On 2010 Father’s Day Ties

Narragansett Beer is now seeking designers, artists and creatives of all types for design submissions to be considered in the company’s 2010 contest for the annual release of their limited-edition Father’s Day neckties. The winning design will be featured online at, and ties will be distributed throughout all leading New England package stores in June of this year.

The more creative the better; however, all ‘Gansett tie designs must incorporate Narragansett Beer elements and imagery. Judges will choose winners based on three main criteria: creativity, wearability and overall ‘Gansettness.

Final entries are due by Friday, January 22, 2010, and winners will be announced at a ‘Gansett Unveiling Party on January 30th in Providence, Rhode Island.

DETAILS:                  -All design submissions must be received by Friday, January 22nd, 2010.
-Design entries are to be submitted in the form of a low resolution JPEG to:

PRIZES:                     All finalists will receive a free case of Narragansett Lager, and cash prizes of $300, $200 and $100 will be awarded to the top three entries.

UNVEILING:            The ‘Gansett Celebratory Unveiling will be held on Saturday,

PARTY                       January 30th at 9pm @ AS 220, 115 Empire Street, Providence, RI.

For full rules and regulations and to review last year’s winners, visit:

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