[prMac.com] Salt Lake City, Utah – ColcaSac, manufacturer of Macbook cases and iPad sleeves, announced today that they are holding a photo contest on their Facebook page (facebook.com/colcasac).
Entitled “Must Have ColcaSac,” the photo contest calls upon its fans to express their stand against conformity and bad design by showing off their ColcaSac as an example of a well-made and functional product which makes it a must have for every Macbook, iPad, iPhone and Kindle owner.
To enter the contest, one must be at least 18 years old and a resident of United States. Submission of entries is open until March 8, and it will be open for voting until March 29. ColcaSac will pick the winning entry from the top 10 most voted for photos. The winner will receive an iPad Mini and a ColcaSac sleeve.
ColcaSac products are handmade using naturally durable fabric like hemp canvas, woven bamboo, jute burlap and recycled polyester fleece. As such, each sleeve offers a snug fit and is comfortable to hold and carry. Its fleece padding further protects the devices from scratches, dents and bumps. Every sleeve, except for the iphone sleeve, features a handy front pocket for storing the adapter, headset or USB.
ColcaSac has been cited in New York Times, Mashable, Tuaw, Engadget and TechnoBuffalo for its unique and quality product design.ColcaSac
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ColcaSac is a Salt Lake City-based company that specializes in making sleeves specifically for Apple and Kindle devices. Because of the high demand for PC laptop sleeves, ColcaSac began producing custom sleeves upon request in 2007. As a company, ColcaSac supports nature conservation by using materials and process that have less impact on the earth. Copyright (C) 2013 ColcaSac. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.