Uttermost Announces iPad Promo

ROCKY MOUNT, Va.-Uttermost will give away three iPads as part of its launch into social media.

The giveaway is for Uttermost's "New Product Ideas" contest, where retailers and designers are invited to share their suggestions for Uttermost's product line by clicking the "Enter to Win" tab at facebook.com/UttermostCo.  Suggestions can include sketches and illustrations, and there is no limit to the number of entries per person. 

"Our goal with social media is to develop a forum for sharing ideas between customers, receiving feedback from customers, and simply knowing our customers better," said Mac Cooper, chief executive officer. "Social media, especially Facebook, is a great way to expand our communications with customers and industry friends.  It's critical that we continue to listen to our customers in every way possible."    

Uttermost's product line includes mirrors, art, alternative wall decor, accessories, lamps, botanicals, lighting fixtures, and accent furniture.

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