Fort Wayne, Ind.—Representatives from Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) and Parkview Health announced the winners of the Find the Triangle Contest during Children's Fest on Friday, July 18, in the Parkview Health tent.
The complete list of winners is available on the Sculpture with Purpose™ website.
IPFW Vice Chancellor for Advancement Wendy Kobler and Parkview Health Chief Experience Officer Sue Ehinger made the announcement at Children's Fest and read the winners' names.
About the Contest
The Find the Triangle contest was a hands-on exploration of IPFW's Sculpture with Purpose bike rack sculpture project, the flagship project of the university's 50th Celebration. The contest ran from Saturday, May 17, through Sunday, July 6.
To enter the contest, participants submitted photos of themselves visiting the various Sculpture with Purpose installations in downtown Fort Wayne, on the IPFW campus, and elsewhere in the city and pointing at the hidden triangle on each sculpture.
Fifty winners were selected randomly from a pool of almost 1,200 entries. Winners were notified via email. Each winner received a prize package sponsored by Parkview Health containing $100 cash and a certificate for a free bike helmet.
Children's Fest is part of the annual Three Rivers Festival. Children's Fest takes place each year on the IPFW campus.