Power On! All Ages Art Contest for Public Power Week

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During the first week of this month, Clark Public Utilities customers are invited to submit an art project that answers the question “What Is Your idea of Public Power?”

“We know Clark County is home to countless creative and talented people,” said Marketing and Events Specialist Maxie Mayer. “We’re very excited to see all the submissions, but at the same time, we’re a little nervous because we know they’re all going to be so great.”

Customers of publicly owned utilities enjoy at-cost, reliable electricity that powers homes, businesses, schools, and everything else our communities count on throughout daily lives. Public utilities keep money invested in the local community and focus on producing the highest level of service at the lowest possible price.

The contest is open to artists of all ages. Participants can use the artistic medium of their choice. There is a limit of one entry per customer.

Send submissions to: [email protected] Submissions are due by Thursday, October 8. The top entries will be announced Monday, October 12 and will be awarded a prize!

Visit www.clarkpublicutilities.com/ppw for contest rules and details.

This year marks the 34th anniversary of Public Power Week, an annual celebration of the benefits of low-cost customer-owned electric utilities. Around the nation, more than 2,000 public power utilities energize the homes and businesses of about 50 million customers in 49 states. Public power customers are in control of their utilities and enjoy low rates, high reliability and excellent service that comes from a sincere and consistent customer focus.

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