Cost Plus World Market Launches Pinterest Contest

OAKLAND, Calif.-Cost Plus World Market, parent company of the World Market and Cost Plus World Market stores, has debuted a new contest on Pinterest, featuring a fall theme.

Called Fall Refresh Pin It, the contest invites Pinterest users to follow World Market on Pinterest, at pinterest.com/worldmarket, and create a "World Market Fall Refresh Pin It Contest" board. Participants must put 10 of their favorite World Market items on the board, which should follow the themes of fall entertaining, fall decor or Halloween. One daily winner of a $100 World Market gift card will be chosen from the entries, for a total of 12 contest winners.

Winning boards will be selected on the basis of creativity, positive representation of the brand and uniqueness. More information on the contest is available at facebook.com/worldmarket.

Cost Plus World Market was acquired by Bed Bath & Beyond earlier this year.

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