I got a couple great replies on a issue yesterday on a different topic so I thought I would try getting the feel for this topic.
Beach signs, when is it eligble?
Where I live we don't have beach signs but going to the beach is like many other places a huge deal and when you first go you stay there for hours. Where I live, we don't have any signs that says "Welcome to so and so beach". However we got these:
It says the county name and the name of the beach below it, and they like to hang up the lifering on these signs.
It's a rather costly sign, made in metal as the saltwater is harsh on wood structures. But it's the only repensentation of the beach we have here, signs that only says the beach only is non existing... Even at winter we use the beaches to access to walk on the fjord ice, camp out for a few hours, make a bonfire, grill some sausages etc. Long story short, the beaches are important to us year round socially and being active.
This is the best and only reprensentation of the beaches here... is it eligible? Eligble and hard sell? Or just no?
Should I perhaps just focus on the name and not try and make a pretty picture? I wonder they will think it's "mass produced" because of hte lifering when my focus has been the name, as this is the only place that can wear this name.
I have 3 in the system and one came back ineligble, so before I run back and reenter it, it would be good to know for certain. :)