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Air Serbia launches contest for company mascot

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Serbian national airline invites citizens to send their suggestions.

Air Serbia has launched a mascot contest and invited adult citizens of the Republic of Serbia to submit proposals for a creative solution and name for the future mascot. Those interested in
participating in the contest can submit their ideas no later than Monday, 27 May 2024, at 11:59 p.m. to the email address:, with the subject “Maskota AirSERBIA” along with their full name and contact phone number. The best solution, selected by a professional jury, will be rewarded with a seven-night trip for four, which can be used before the end of 2024. The Serbian national airline has also prepared valuable prizes for the creative ideas that win second and third place.

Boško Rupić, General Manager Commercial and Strategy at Air Serbia, emphasized the importance of a mascot for every company, highlighting that it represents a symbol that connects the company with passengers and spreads positive energy. “A mascot is an integral part of the identity of many companies. It boosts morale and symbolises connectivity and friendship. We believe in the creativity and talent of our citizens, and that’s why we invite them to participate in the contest and help us choose a mascot that will represent us worldwide,” said Rupić.

There are only two weeks left until the end of the contest. You can just familiarize yourself with the rules on the official Air Serbia website and make sure to submit your proposals by the specified deadline. Perhaps you will be the creator of the new mascot of the Serbian national airline.

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