Worzalla, an employee-owned company specializing in printing high-quality children’s books, movie tie-in books and cookbooks, is inviting Stevens Point kindergarten through fourth grade students to help name its new mascot, in the shape of an adult-sized blue book, as another opportunity to engage with and encourage reading within the community.
“Worzalla realizes the importance of encouraging youth to read,” said Brianne Petruzalek, Vice President of Human Resources at Worzalla. “Many of Worzalla’s associates are parents, grandparents, or siblings to a young reader and asking the community’s youngest readers to name the Worzalla mascot is our way of encouraging everyone to celebrate National Reading Month.”
Classrooms in grades kindergarten through fourth grade at any Portage County School are invited to submit an entry to the Worzalla Mascot Naming Competition. The classroom/student that submits the winning entry will be awarded a pizza party and a $250 donation for supplies for their classroom. A teacher representing a classroom can submit entries to the Worzalla Mascot Naming Competition by emailing the following criteria to email@example.com:
- The classroom’s name suggested name for the mascot along with a brief explanation of why it’s the best name for the book mascot
- The full name of the teacher for the classroom
- The teacher’s grade and name of the school
Nominations will be accepted through 11:59 p.m. Central Time on March 31.
more at: https://www.worzalla.com/post/worzalla-announces-community-contest-to-help-name-new-mascot