Howard Elliott Announces Show Us Your Howard Elliott Contest

Submission closes March 22 and the winners will be announced March 29.

02/22/2019
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Show Us Your Howard Elliott contest

Howard Elliott today announced it will host its Show Us Your Howard Elliott Contest again for its fourth year. Same as in the past, contestants can send in photos with Howard Elliott product as the focal point for their chance to win $500.

There are two categories, Retailer Showroom and Interior Designer, with each category having a grand prize of a $500 Amex card. The runner up in each wins a $100 Amex card.

The panel of judges is:

  • Justin Shaulis – Designer and Consultant for Justin Shaulis Inc., Howard Elliott Design Ambassador
  • David Santiago – Designer, influencer and opera singer of Casa Santi Interior Design
  • Saxon Henry – Author, journalist and content strategist of Modern Salonnière & Adroyt
  • Diane Falvey – Editor-in-Chief of Furniture, Lighting & Decor

 

For more details on contest rules, visit www.howardelliott.com

Submission closes March 22 and the winners will be announced March 29. Howard Elliott will make signs of the winning entries to put on its showroom windows for the High Point Market.

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