The competition’s objective is to recognize those who thrive in exhibition display production, design and messaging in addition to educating exhibitors on some of the dos and don’ts of trade shows. TradeShow Teacher’s founder and President Linda Musgrove, along with her team, will judge the submissions and will award first-, second- and third-place recognitions.
First-place winner will win three one-hour training sessions with Linda Musgrove, the TradeShow Teacher herself and a copy of the book she authored, “The Complete Idiots Guide to Trade Shows,” published by Alpha Books/Penguin Publishing. First-place winners will also be featured in TradeShow Teacher’s next newsletter and in other industry publications where she is a regular contributor including Exhibit City News. A press release will also be specifically tailored for the first-place winner to circulate at its discretion.
Second-place winner will win a one-hour training session with Musgrove, a mention in her newsletter and other industry publications as well as a copy of her book.
Third-place winner will win a mention in her newsletter and a copy of her book.
Booth Display Competition Submission Guidelines:
The contest is now open to those businesses that have an active and current trade show program and the booth display contest entry should be from a show in the last 12-18 months.
Competition entries are to include a minimum of one photo and a maximum of five; an up to 300-word description of the booth detailing the product/services it showcased as well as the date and destination of the show. Contact information is also mandatory. Deadline for submissions is Monday, August 15th, 2011 at 5 p.m. Winners will be announced one-week later and first and second place-winners will receive training sessions within 60 days of the announcement. Submissions should be e-mailed to email@example.com or mailed to TradeShow Teacher, 18305 Biscayne Blvd, #200, Aventura, FL 33160.
TradeShow Teacher provides full-service, result-driven trade show management helping exhibitors make the most of their Trade Show experience. This includes helping clients secure qualified leads, conduct effective show selection, increase ROI, enhance and increase publicity/exposure and gain overall exhibit program growth.