NEC Contest Celebrates Innovative Classrooms/Boardrooms

NEC is holding a contest to find the most unique, creative applications of display technology. The winner will receive five NEC LT30 projectors
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NEC Contest Celebrates Innovative Classrooms/Boardrooms

Sep 7, 2006 8:00 AM

Do you have a truly inspirational story about how a projector or plasma display changed your conference room? NEC wants to reward the most unique, creative applications of display technology. Professionals can submit their story and picture of their room, and the best business application will win five NEC LT30 projectors. In addition, the public can cast their vote for their favorite submission at www.necvisualsystems.com.

“We are constantly amazed by the many different ways that NEC customers think to use our projectors and plasmas,” says Pierre Richer, senior vice president of NEC’s Visual Systems Division. “We figured a contest like this would be a great way to showcase their creativity, while also giving them the opportunity to win five NEC projectors!”

Entering the contest is easy—simply fill out the online entry form and provide a short description and a photo of the innovative room using display products. The entry form is located at: www.necvisualsystems.com/NECity/
corporatecontest.cfm
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All of the submitted entries will be reviewed and evaluated by a panel of judges according to the following criteria:
Innovation and creativity (50 percent)
Uniqueness (25 percent)
Use of display products (25 percent)

Entries must be submitted online by Sept. 15, 2006, at 5:00pm CDT. The top five submissions will be posted on www.necvisualsystems.com/NECity/biz_gallery.cfm for public voting Sept. 25-29, 2006. The winner will be announced on Oct. 2, 2006. The winning company will receive five NEC LT30 projectors.

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