Now you can win upto $15,000 by entering in Doodle for Google Contest. Google have introduced its new Doodgle 4 Google contest for users in this year 2011. Google is running their 4th annual "Doodle 4 Google" contest for children in grades K-12.

The concept is simple, take your crayons and colored pencils and design a Google Logo that answers the question, "What I’d like to do someday..." Google will take all of the entries and partner with celebrity judges Whoopie Goldberg, skater Evan Lysacek, and "Garfield" creator Jim Davis to select the 40 best submissions. Those kids will then be flown to New York City and their work will be displayed at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Google is really doing a great job in the public relations arena. By donating money to schools and children through this program, they are helping to build brand recognition at a very young age. Brand loyalty is very important in today's cut-throat business world, and with a simple doodling contest they're helping ensure that millions of children not only know about Google's search engine, but have a positive impression of the company as a whole, all for a budget of under $2,000,000.

Click here to Enter in Contest.
The last date of Submissions Doodle 4 Google is March 16, 2011.

Enter Into Doodle for Google Contest & Win $15K

Now you can win upto $15,000 by entering in Doodle for Google Contest. Google have introduced its new Doodgle 4 Google contest for users in this year 2011. Google is running their 4th annual "Doodle 4 Google" contest for children in grades K-12.

The concept is simple, take your crayons and colored pencils and design a Google Logo that answers the question, "What I’d like to do someday..." Google will take all of the entries and partner with celebrity judges Whoopie Goldberg, skater Evan Lysacek, and "Garfield" creator Jim Davis to select the 40 best submissions. Those kids will then be flown to New York City and their work will be displayed at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Google is really doing a great job in the public relations arena. By donating money to schools and children through this program, they are helping to build brand recognition at a very young age. Brand loyalty is very important in today's cut-throat business world, and with a simple doodling contest they're helping ensure that millions of children not only know about Google's search engine, but have a positive impression of the company as a whole, all for a budget of under $2,000,000.

Click here to Enter in Contest.
The last date of Submissions Doodle 4 Google is March 16, 2011.

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