Rolls-Royce's Young Designer Competition is meant to drive away the lockdown blues
British luxury carmaker Rolls-Royce has introduced a design contest for children and parents stuck at home with the Coronavirus lockdown, and who are on the lookout for something inspiring to kill time with. Open to participants up to the age of 16, the Rolls-Royce Young Designer Competition involves looking for the most creative illustration of a Rolls-Royce for the future.
This contest is an extension of the one that is run at the Rolls-Royce employees' Family Day Celebration, held each year at Rolls-Royce's facility in Goodwood, England. Rolls-Royce has now opened this competition for everyone with the aim to stimulate design talent, bring inspiration and provide a welcome distraction from self-isolation and social-distancing measures for children and parents worldwide.
Rolls-Royce designers will judge the competition and the winner will receive a one-of-a-kind illustrated rendering of their design, as well as a chauffeur-driven journey in a Rolls-Royce Phantom for their first day back to school, with their best friend. Runners-up will receive a hand-signed certificate from Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
There will be two additional prizes for one applicant from the UK. There will be a chauffeur-driven ride to school in a Rolls-Royce once restrictions lift and a new Greenpower electric car kit will be donated to the recipient's school, enabling participation in the Greenpower Challenge, a notable motorsport competition for schools across Britain.
Interested in being a part of this competition? Click here before May 18.
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