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NMOA Sponsors Made in America Hot Product Contest

September 24, 2003
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The National Mail Order Association's (NMOA) Made In America Hot Product Contest is a competition created to help American manufacturers, artisans/craftspeople and inventors get exposure for their products with the hope of getting those products sold through a variety of mail order type marketers. All inventors, manufacturers and artisans/craftspeople are invited to participate. Products can be of any type, with awards and prizes in 19 different product categories, including Apparel, Automotive, Business Supplies, Consumer Electronics & Scientific, Crafts, Jewelry, Gifts, Educational, Food & Beverage, Hardware & Tools, Health & Fitness, Holiday/Seasonal/Special Occasion, Home Furnishings & Housewares, Lawn & Garden, Personal Care & Cosmetics, Pets, Sports & Leisure, Toys/Games/Children's Products, and Miscellaneous.

Prospective contestants can get an entry form at http://www.nmoa.org/contest . Entries must be submitted no later than December 31, 2003. Winners will be announced in early 2004.

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