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Tile Of Spain launches "Passport To Creativity" contest

Tile of Spain, the international brand representing 125 ceramic tile manufacturers belonging to the Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers' Association (ASCER), is proud to announce the launch of "Passport to Creativity" contest.
 
The contest offers architects and interior designers a chance to win a free trip to Spain to participate in an architectural excursion where they will earn 4 CEU credits and visit Cevisama 2013, the International Ceramic Tile and Bath Furnishing Show in Valencia, Spain.
 
To enter, architects and designers must show their creativity.

Tile of Spain is asking architects and interior designers to submit a picture of themselves with Spanish Tile. It can be a picture of them holding a catalog, a picture (printed or on a phone), a drawing of a room or even sample of Spanish Tile. They can also stand next to a project where they specified Spanish Tile.
 
Entries will be accepted through December 3, 2012 and winners will be notified in the week of December 10, 2012.
 
Part of the Tile of Spain 2013 Architects & Designers Tour running February 2 to February 9, 2013, the "Passport to Creativity" trip includes time to explore Spain to be immersed in the culture, sample Spain's world-famous culinary arts, observe sites and attractions with architectural and design significance and to gain a general understanding and appreciation for Spain. The trip also includes a guided visit to Cevisama 2013, factory and booth tours and a press conference. All participants will earn 4 CEU credits.
 
For complete rules, and details on how to enter the "Passport to Creativity" contest, please visit www.tileofspainusa.com/contest.
 

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