ComEd Calls on Third Graders to Design Bill Envelop

One week left for submissions!
Prizes – $250 for
students and $1,500 for schools and designs featured on ComEd’s bill

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ComEd’s “Power of Pictures” Bill Envelope Drawing Contest will close on
Oct. 16, and the company is encouraging interested students to submit
their entries for a chance to win a prize and have their picture
featured for one month on ComEd bill envelopes.

The contest challenges third graders to select one of five different
themes (Lights ON!; Switch ON Summer; Power Protectors; It’s So Easy
Being Green; and ComEd CARES) and submit a drawing of their own creation
that best represents what their chosen theme means to them. Students can
enter the contest as individuals or through participating schools.

“The Power Pictures contest is a fun way to engage with students – our
future customers – and inspire them to learn more about the importance
of electrical safety, energy efficiency and helping those in need,” said
Val Jensen, senior vice president of ComEd Customer Relations, ComEd.

Drawings from each theme will be posted to the ComEd Facebook page,,
for popular vote. Any visitor to ComEd’s Facebook page will have an
opportunity to vote for their favorite pictures.

The drawing from each theme that receives the most votes will appear on
the outside of the ComEd billing envelope for one month in 2016. The
winners also will receive a $250 prize, and their school will receive a
$1,500 prize if the winning student participated via school registration.

Students or schools can visit
for complete contest details, including rules and frequently asked

Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd) is a unit of Chicago-based Exelon
Corporation (NYSE: EXC), the nation’s leading competitive energy
provider, with approximately 7.8 million customers. ComEd provides
service to approximately 3.8 million customers across northern Illinois,
or 70 percent of the state’s population.
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