Earth Day Artwork Contest Winner Announced

05/13/2020

Twenty Cox employees sent in submissions, and over 106 voted in the first ever Cox Impact Earth Day Artwork Contest. So who was the lucky winner? 

Hats off to Amy Horman of Manheim New York! Amy submitted the winning entry on behalf of her children (in the 6- to 9-year-old category), Ayden and Kayleigh.  

Ayden and Kayleigh didn't want to use paper because it would negatively impact the environment by killing trees. So, they used recycled items found in their house (a foam tree, fake flowers in the flowerpot, a plastic cup with bird seed for a bird feeder and a foam cup representing a bird’s nest).   

Check out the result!

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For their prize, Ayden and Kayleigh​ will receive a six-month subscription to KiwiCo, which delivers STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) kits that provide serious fun and hands-on learning for kids.  ​

You can check out Cox's Corporate Social Responsibility Report for more on our commitment to building a better future for the next generation.  

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