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Back-to-School Art Contest Lets You Earn Money for Your School’s Art Program

BACK-TO-SCHOOL Liberty Bottleworks Art Contest – You Can Make Money for Your School’s Art Program… Liberty Bottleworks is an amazing company located right here in my hometown of Yakima, Washington. All of their awesome, reusable, earth friendly water bottles are made right here in the USA, and are 100% BPA free. Liberty Bottleworks is launching a new line of 16 oz. kids bottles, and to celebrate the new kid-specific design, the company is hosting a Back to School Art Contest to give one aspiring artist a chance for their work to be featured on a limited edition Liberty bottle. How cool is that, right?

Liberty Bottleworks contest

Winning design will be sold to benefit art program at winner’s school

The Back to School Art Contest began Monday, July 9 and entries from young artists ages 5-13 – no help from parents allowed — will be taken through July 20. The winning design will be printed on a limited run of Liberty’s new 16 oz. kids bottles and sold on, and through participating retailers. The company will donate $7 from each bottle sold to the art program at the winning student’s school.

“These new kids bottles have been a lot of fun for our illustrators to design, and we know there are some talented young people out there who can do us one better,” said Liberty Co-Founder Ryan Clark. “Plus, we know art programs around the country are struggling to survive and every little bit helps, so it’s a chance for the winning artist to make a real difference at their school.”

Rules and Contest Details

The contest opened at 12:01 a.m. on July 9 and submissions will be accepted through July 20. Entries will be posted on Facebook ( and judged based on the following criteria:

  • The number of likes an entry receives on Liberty’s Facebook page.
  • Best design as decided by Liberty’s art staff.
  • Relevance of Back-to-School themed design .

Artwork must be no larger than 8.64″ wide by 2.27″ tall and must be original. Artists (or their parents, on their behalf!) can enter by submitting to the Liberty Bottleworks Facebook page with the artist’s age included in the caption. Entries may also be sent to to be posted on the Liberty Facebook page. Votes will be accepted through July 20 and five finalists will be named on July 21. The winning design will be the one with the most “likes” by July 31, and their design will go into production immediately using Liberty’s one-of-a-kind cylindrical digital printer to transfer their art onto the Made-in-the-USA bottles.

Liberty Bottleworks Hoot Owl Kids Bottle

The 16oz. kids bottles retail for $18 and are available from and through retailers around the country

The new line of kids bottles from Liberty boast the same features found on the company’s 24 and 32 oz. models – BPA-free, recycled aluminum construction, food grade inner coating, tapered neck for easy pouring and dent resistant design – but come in a smaller package. The 16 oz. version will feature Liberty’s standard, patent-pending quarter turn cap, while the smaller, soon-to-be-released 12 oz. bottle will come standard with the new sport cap, which is spill proof and easy for younger children to use.

Liberty Bottleworks logo - made in the USA

Founded in 2010, Liberty Bottleworks was created out of the belief that the best products are made in America by American workers. With a commitment to domestic machinery, raw materials, technology and manpower, Liberty Botteworks makes the industry’s only completely BPA-free metal water bottle from 100 percent recycled aluminum at its state-of-the-art factory in Yakima, Wash. Perfect for active lifestyles, whether in the backcountry, the boardroom or the back porch, Liberty bottles can be purchased from retailers across the country or from Follow them on Facebook and Twitter to stay updated on new products and other cool promotions.



  1. What a great contest! I love when companies give back, especially if it’s to the winner’s school. THAT is awesome!

  2. These are seriously cute! Love the idea too–good luck to all the young artists!

  3. These are too cute. I wonder if my boys are responsible enough this year for the real deal. Last year I bought them cheap water bottles during Back to School and I don’t think they lasted a month.

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