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November 2012 - Collect-a-Can unveils 2012 winners of their popular CAN Craze Competition

Collect-a-Can’s popular CAN Craze Competition drew to a close at the end of September 2012 and once again the judges were hard pressed to choose winners amongst the wealth of creative entries that were received. Schools pulled out all the stops when it came to putting together beautiful and creative structures or collages out of 300 or more cans. After much deliberation four winners were selected to share a collective R50 000 in prize money.

The top prize of R20 000 went to first place winner Parklands College in the Western Cape who put together a striking sculpture of an ostrich entitled Os-Tini the Ostrich. Pinehurst Primary School in the Cape Province scooped the second place prize of R15 000 for their collage of the Cape Peninsula and third prize was awarded to Creston College in KwaZulu Natal who built a structure entitled Duncan, the beetle who saves the world. They have won R10 000 for their entry. Dixon Kidz, Rant en Dal community church in Gauteng received the fourth prize of R5 000for their sculpture entitled Happy Love.

“We were delighted with all the entries we received,” says Zimasa Velaphi Public Relations and Marketing Manager of Collect-a-Can. “The effort and creativity that the schools put into their entries is truly commendable and we look forward to their participation in next year’s competition. We would like to congratulate all the winners and look forward to handing over their prize money at our year-end award ceremonies which are held annually in Gauteng, KwaZulu Natal and the Western Cape,” Velaphi concludes.

First prize winner of Collect-a-Can’s CAN Craze Competition 2012 is Parklands College in the Western Cape for their sculpture of Os-Tini the Ostrich. The school has won R20 000 prize money for their winning entry.

Runners up in the 2012 CAN Craze Competition were Pinehurst Primary School in the Cape Province who won the R15 000 second place prize for their collage of The Cape Peninsula, Creston College in KwaZulu Natal for their sculpture of Duncan - The Beetle Who Saves The World winning third place and R10 000 and Dixon Kidz, Rant en Dal Community Church in Gauteng who scooped R5 000 in fourth place for their sculpture of Happy Love.

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