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Enter the Napkin Man “Send in Your Napkin!” Contest

Mr. Anthony from the brand new Kids' CBC show The Adventures of Napkin Man wants to see your kids' Napkin Man drawings! Every week, one lucky kid will win their very own Napkin Man Cape! 

You can look through the gallery of submitted napkin drawings on Facebook! If you don't see yours in the gallery but you've sent it in, don't worry! We're getting tons of great drawings every day and we're adding more all the time.

Make sure you and your child watch Kids' CBC every Friday morning before The Adventures of Napkin Man between 9:00 and 9:30 a.m. to see your Napkin Man napkin drawing! The weekly winner of the Napkin Man cape will be announced every Friday!


Parents, have your kids draw a picture of their own Napkin Man on a napkin and send it to Kids' CBC by regular mail or e-mail.
On a separate piece of paper or in the body of your e-mail, please include the following required information:
1. Parent/ guardian's full name
2. E-mail address
3. Telephone Number
4. Home address
5. Child's first name and age
6. Phonetic pronunciations for all names (parents & children)

If you'd like to mail your child's Napkin Man drawing on a napkin, please follow the instructions above and send to:
Kids' CBC, Napkin Man 'Send Me Your Napkin Man' Contest
P.O Box 500 Station "A"
Toronto, ON M5W 1E6

Take and send us a photo of your child's Napkin Man drawing on a napkin via email to kidscbcmail@cbc.ca as an attachment. Please include "Napkin Man Contest" in your subject heading. To be accepted, submissions must follow the photo guidelines below.

1. The photo must be in colour, in focus and well-lit.
2. The photo must not feature logos of any kind.
3. The photo must be a minimum of 4 megapixels, 100 dpi or ppi, and no more than 4 megabytes (MB) in size.
4. Please note that we are not able to return photos.

Disclaimer: We cannot make, send or sell copies of any Kids' CBC segments. Copyright laws do not allow us the right to make copies of broadcast segments for distribution. The Fine Print: Drawings must be your original work and must not infringe the rights of any third party including, but not limited to, copyright, trademark, privacy and personality rights. For legal reasons, all images much comply with the following: The drawing must not: (i) contain threatening,abusive, libelous, defamatory, obscene, vulgar, pornographic, profane or indecent information of any kind; (ii) violate or encourage anyone to violate any law or regulation; (iii) contain advertising or commercial messages. By sending a drawing, you assign all rights and give CBC a perpetual royalty-free license to use and waive any moral rights you may have in such drawing. Please note: By sending in your drawing, you agree to the Contest Rules and Regulations (click for PDF).

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