Deadline Approaching for DMC Pinterest Contest

DALLAS-Friday, Sept. 14 is the deadline for submissions for the Dallas Market Center Pinterest trends contest.

Designers are invited to submit a photo of a current trend they featured in a recent design project for a chance to win prime exposure on DMC social media and a prize package worth more than $1,500. Any design trend element from color, material and textures to shapes, products and layouts may be submitted.

One grand prize winner will receive $500 to use toward DMC showroom purchases or travel to the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, Jan. 16-22, 2013; annual membership in ART, the creative home furnishings network; DesignSource and ART industry enewsletter profiles; DMC social media exposure and more.

Designers may email their featured trend, including photo credit and a brief caption, to lvenegas@mcmcmail.com.

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