Williamstown woman wins ShopRite reusable bag design contest
Katrice Sylvester holds her winning design for a reusable bag contest held by the ShopRite grocery chain. The contest asked up and coming artists to create a creative design that exemplifies the ongoing fight against hunger.
MONROE TWP. ShopRite will feature a Williamstown resident design for an environment friendly reusable bag after she was flip flop reveale flip flop d as the contest winner at the local ShopRite.
Katrice Sylvester, a Williamstown resident who is c flip flop urrently a senior a flip flop t Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, was awarded $2,500 for her winning entry in the to Fight Hunger reusable bag design contest on Saturday. Sylvester had entered the competition as part of a school assignment for her studies in graphic design.
Sylvester design with a yellow ribbon made of a knife and fork will be featured at all the 250 ShopRite locations.
In addition to the $2,500 prize, the supermarket chain will match the prize and donate another $2,500 to the Food Bank of South Jersey. The contest was designed to bring awareness to the fight against hunger while incorporating an environmentally friendly aspect of promoting customers not to throw away their grocery bags.