May 8th Marks Deadline for All Fired Up’s “I Heart Art” Contest

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Richmond art enthusiasts have one week left to enter the “I Heart Art” contest for a chance to win gift certificates to All Fired Up and a $1,500 donation to their local school’s art department.

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One grand prize winner will receive a $1,500 donation to the local school of their choice from All Fired Up.

Time’s running out for Richmond metro area residents to show off their love for art and win big in All Fired Up’s 15th anniversary contest, “I Heart Art.” Now through May 8, Richmonders of all ages can paint a plate at All Fired Up’s Carytown or Midlothian paint your own ceramics studios to win $50 gift certificates, free studio sessions and a $1,500 donation to the school of their choice in one of the following cities or counties: Amelia, Chesterfield, Dinwiddie, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, Louisa, New Kent, Petersburg (city), Prince George, Powhatan, Richmond (city).

One grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift certificate and 15 free studio sessions redeemable at All Fired Up, plus a $1,500 donation to the local school of their choice from All Fired Up.

Two runners-up will receive a $50 gift certificate.

All participants in the contest will receive $5 in All Fired Up tender, Kiln Cash.

Anyone willing to try their hand in the ceramics painting contest should visit one of All Fired Up’s two locations in Carytown (Richmond) or Midlothian, Virginia.

Richmond (Carytown), Virginia
3311 W. Cary St.
Richmond, VA 23221
(804) 355-3412

Midlothian, Virginia
4668 Commonwealth Centre Pkwy
Midlothian, VA 23112
(804) 744-5506

For more information about All Fired Up’s 15th anniversary in 2011 and the I Heart Art Contest, visit http://www.IHeartArtRichmond.com or contact Dave Saunders, President & Chief Idea Officer of Madison+Main, at 804-521-4141 or daves(at)madisonmain(dot)com.

About All Fired Up
All Fired Up is a paint your own ceramics studio with two locations in Carytown and Midlothian. The studio also allows customers to create glass fusion pieces, and learn wet clay handbuilding and wheel throwing. The Carytown location, now 15 years old, was the one of the first of its kind on the East Coast and the first in Richmond. All throughout 2011, All Fired Up will have special discounts on the 15th of each month and will be hosting the I Heart Art contest to celebrate its 15th anniversary in business. http://www.GetAllFiredUp.com

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