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A4 Recreation vs Gambling Poster
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A4 poster encouraging people to take crisis cards from attached unit re: problem gambling
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Tagline: transforming lives - building communities Desired Style: you choose Accepted File Formats: Vector Formats (.eps, .pdf or .ai) We need an A4 poster to go in snap-frames which will be mounted in bathrooms at shopping centres, restaurants, cafes etc... The frame will have a business card holder containing a free crisis card (sample/draft attached). These cards contain 24 hr crisis line phone numbers on the inside but have a colourful exterior with buy one get one free type offers from local entertainment/3rd place venues eg.. to encourage people to go out and socialise in places without poker machines.The message we are trying to get across on the poster is:when was the last time you had fun with friends as opposed to engaging in isolating poker machine gambling.we are thinking - a poignant picture of unisex person sitting at poker machine, looking lonely...not having fun with their friend the poker machine....shadows of other people .....lonely in a crowd.... (probably greyscale)Then colour - The alternative.... 3rd Places (1st being home, 2nd being work, 3rd is the place we go to socialise).....food, fun, friends...active involvement.the poster should have minimal text but a strong encouragement of social activity with other people - not machines, however, some small amount of text may be helpful and below is some of what we have toyed with:+Lonely? Everybody needs a place to relax and experience social interaction with others.+3rd Places are important for our health and wellbeing+Without 3rd Places people can become lonely which often leads to unhealthy behaviours like gambling, alcohol and drug addictions+3rd Places can be anywhere that people congregate but are often cafes, restaurants, markets, neighbourhood houses, sporting venues and churches.+To find a 3rd Place that is right for you it is important to try and visit as many different places as you can.+Chrysalis Insight Inc is helping connect people with places _ just look for this logo at participating venues+If your social interaction with â€˜realâ€™ people has been replaced by a â€˜relationshipâ€™ with a poker machine please take a card from the dispenser and visit one of the 3rd Places on the back of the card. +These special two for one offers give you the opportunity to take a friend or make a friend. The only must have's are the 3rd Place logo - attached (let me know if you need better/different file) and text: an initiative of Chrysalis Insight Inc ABN: 63403473841 www.3rdplace.org.au Also - space for project sponsors logo about 300px x 50px.
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