Ductac and Costa search for Dubai's youngest designer.
Summary: Children will be encouraged to design stickers, which will be used on coffee mugs across the emirate
The Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Centre (Ductac) has partnered with Costa Coffee to find the youngest design gurus in Dubai.
Starting October 1, youngsters from Ductac's Stay and Play classes will be encouraged to design stickers for the coffee brand, with the winning creations to be used in mugs among outlets in Dubai. Over a four-week period, design themes will be set and winning designs will be judged before being sent for production.
"We want to contribute towards the success of Ductac and the role they play in bringing families and children together. Our cup sticker challenge will give children the chance to see their creations come to life and is just one of the many ways we will be supporting Ductac and the community," said Shemaine Jones, head of marketing at Costa Coffee.
Stay and Play classes take place every Wednesday and Thursday at Ductac between 9am and midday for drop-in sessions.
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|Publication:||Gulf News (United Arab Emirates)|
|Date:||Oct 1, 2017|
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