WallPops to Give Away iPad Mini at Atlanta Market

ATLANTA--Peel-and-stick wall art company WallPops is giving away an Apple iPad Mini at the Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market, as well as will introduce its new WallPops Kids line for boys and girls.

A division of wallcoverings company Brewster Home Fashions, WallPops exhibits in The Butler Group Showroom in Building 2 at AmericasMart, suite #1212. Attendees who visit the showroom and drop a business card into the raffle will have a chance to win the Mini. Each visitor will get one free entry to win while anyone who makes a purchase from WallPops between Jan. 8-12, 2013, will receive five entries. The drawing will be held at WallPops' location at the showroom on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013, at 8 p.m. Participants do not have to be present to win.

The new WallPops Kids line targets children from ages 3 to 8, and includes new 13-by-19-inch, peel-and-stick chalk boards; WallPops mix-and-match Dots, Blox and Stripes with such motifs as pirates, sports, race cars, flowers and butterflies accented with gems; and Wall Art Kits in a pastel bird design (Chirping the Day Away), a purple, teal and green butterfly print (Social Butterfly), spaceships and outer space (Road Signs, Blast Off), and more.

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