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Celebrate Earth Month with the Megabus Masterpiece Contest!

Calling all artists! April is Earth Month and megabus.com is inviting creative customers and fans to submit eco-friendly designs for its Megabus Masterpiece contest. The grand prize includes the opportunity for the winner’s artwork to be displayed on the side of a megabus and he or she will receive $1,000 for art classes and more eco-friendly travel. The contest runs through Earth Day (April 22nd) so tap into your creative side and enter your original artwork here: http://woobox.com/ogjv7a.

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