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Coverings Searches for New Ideas

August 29, 2001
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Coverings is again searching for the best "great new ideas" for the 2002 edition of the ceramic tile, stone and flooring exposition, and will pay for your thoughts with far more than a penny. This year's winner will receive $1500 for the top idea, and $250 each for two runner-ups, when the show opens at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., May 6-9. The "great new idea" competition is open to all exhibitors and attendees of Coverings. Judging of entries is based on three criteria: (1) will it increase the number of trade visitors who attend the show, (2) will it provide a meaningful new service or improve an existing service to visitors and/or exhibitors, and (3) will it improve the Vision 2002 conference program.

Entries are not limited to length or number of ideas, and may be submitted to Coverings 2002 Great Ideas Contest, no later than December 15, 2001, by mail at Coverings, 11940 US Highway One, Suite 200, North Palm Beach, FL 33408; by fax at (561) 776-7466; or by e-mail at contest@coverings.com.

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