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KTA Kicks Off 28th Supermarket Safety Poster Contest

January 27, 2016, 11:14 AM HST
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KTA Puainako store, front entrance 2015. KTA Super Stores file courtesy photo.

KTA Puainako store, front entrance 2015. KTA Super Stores file courtesy photo.

KTA Super Stores is ready to kick off its 28th consecutive Supermarket Safety Poster Contest.

Fifth grade students from all over the island will show off their creativity with a poster representing one specific aspect of supermarket safety.

Public and private school teachers on the Big Island were provided with contest information and regional deadlines. Home schooled students in the fifth grade, between ages 10 and 11, can also participate by contacting the KTA nearest them.

In 2015, over 900 posters were judged by representatives from various sectors, including the Hawai’i County Fire Department, Hawai’i Police Department, the Office of Prosecuting Attorney Mitch Roth, First Insurance Company, and Securitas Security Services.

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