FRANKFORT, Ky.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--First Lady Glenna Bevin recently launched the 2018 Derby Poster Contest—encouraging high school students across the Commonwealth to submit original works of art for a chance to be chosen as the Governor’s Derby Poster to be displayed at the State Capitol.
“Matt and I love finding ways to influence and empower Kentucky’s youth. The Derby Poster Contest does just that,” said First Lady Glenna Bevin. “The Derby Poster Contest has been a great way for Kentucky Interactive to partner with my office. We appreciate all the work they have put into making this contest a success.”
The Derby Poster Contest entry form is presented in a responsive design, allowing contest applicants the ability to access the entry form across multiple devices.
The contest form was provided by Frankfort-based Kentucky Interactive, LLC, aka Kentucky.gov, via a public-private partnership at no cost to the Office of the First Lady.
The contest form can be accessed via the First Lady’s website: firstlady.ky.gov.
Kentucky.gov is the official government Web portal of the Commonwealth of Kentucky (www.kentucky.gov). Kentucky.gov is a collaborative effort between the Commonwealth of Kentucky and Kentucky Interactive, LLC. Frankfort-based Kentucky Interactive provides a secure, mobile-friendly platform that allows government agencies of any size to conduct business online and improve public access to information. Kentucky Interactive is part of firm NIC’s (Nasdaq: EGOV) family of companies.
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