Cleomentary, Inc. Wants Your Art on Everyone

Cause Marketing Company Focusing on Poverty Eradication Sponsors An Art Contest

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"I know that we can make a huge difference in the lives of others."

Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) March 19, 2014

Cleomentary is calling all artists. The company, which sells artist-inspired apparel and merchandise to help eradicate poverty, is sponsoring an art contest open to artists of all ages and skill levels.

The contest is open until April 28, 2014 and will award a $500 first prize, a $200 second prize and a $100 third prize, in addition to other prizes. The winning artists will be profiled by Cleomentary, and their art will be used on Cleomentary merchandise to be sold nationwide.

Art submitted to the contest should be original art and related to topics of poverty, education, healthcare, housing, food or income equality.

In describing the contest, Cleomentary CEO Kevin Kimbrough said: “This contest is an outstanding opportunity for artists to showcase their art while furthering great causes. Following the footsteps of my grandfather Dr. Cleo W. Blackburn, Cleomentary’s main focus is improving the lives of others in relation to Poverty, Homelessness and Income Inequality, with a focus on four key areas Housing [Dwell], Education [Brain], Healthcare [Well], and Nutrition [Eat]. Obtaining great art will help us create unique merchandise. We’ll use a portion of the proceeds of the sale of the merchandise to fund great causes that were important to my grandfather and are important to me. I know that we can make a huge difference in the lives of others.

Artists can find more information and official rules by visiting the company’s website,

About Cleomentary, Inc.: Cleomentary, Inc., founded by Indianapolis native Kevin Kimbrough, is an impactful new company that makes a difference by designing artist inspired merchandise to fund important causes that focus on eradicating poverty, homelessness and income inequality.

Media Contact:
Kevin Kimbrough