Saturday, November 26, 2022

Off the Wall Photo Contest Winners

The California Chamber of Commerce has named the winning entries in the Off the Wall Photo Contest.

A strong field of 54 contestants submitted photos of how they upcycled their outdated 2014 employment notices poster.

The entrants drummed up support via social network contacts to win the most popular votes.

In addition, a panel of CalChamber judges selected two other winners.

Popular Vote

First place in the popular vote is Ashley Hall, legal secretary at the Glendale law firm of Knapp Petersen & Clarke. Her photo, “2014 fluttered away,” shows butterflies on a tree trunk.

Placing second again this year is Francisco Cuellar, office services coordinator from the Los Angeles office of Browne George Ross LLP. His photo, labeled “aahhhhh!!!!” displays toy people running from a robot-like figure crafted from a 2014 poster.

Panel of Judges

CalChamber judges awarded first place to Melinda Ellis, finance manager of the First Christian Church of Napa, for her off the wall clutch handbag.
Second place goes to Joyce Goetz, office administrator at Bibles for America in Irvine, for her CalChamber poster skirt.

First place winners in both categories received an Apple® iPad Air 2 ($499 value). Second place winners each received an Amazon Kindle Fire HD ($199 value).*

To view all the entries, visit

2015 Poster Updates

Even a business that employs only one person in California must post and hand out required state and federal employment notices in each company location. More information is available at the CalChamber Store.

*Apple and iPad Air are trademarks of Apple, Inc. Amazon and Kindle Fire are trademarks of Amazon. The Apple iPad Air and Kindle Fire HDs are being offered by CalChamber solely as prizes. Neither Apple nor Amazon is a sponsor of this contest or affiliated with this contest.

The California Chamber of Commerce is the largest, broad-based business advocate to government in California, working at the state and federal levels to influence government actions affecting all California business. As a not-for-profit, we leverage our front-line knowledge of laws and regulations to provide affordable and easy-to-use compliance products and services.

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