Waterford to Design People's Choice Awards Trophy

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NEW YORK-Waterford Crystal, which is designing and manufacturing this year's People's Choice Awards trophy, is offering fans the opportunity to vote for their favorite custom-made award at www.PeoplesChoice.com.

The three 14-inch trophies were hand-crafted and specially-designed by master artisans at the House of Waterford Crystal in Waterford City, Ireland. Each new sapphire-colored design is unique, modeled after the official People's Choice Awards logo. The voting period runs now through Dec. 7. The nominated trophy will be presented to the winner of a new awards category that will be revealed during the show, which airs live on CBS on Jan. 5, 2011. 

The People's Choice Awards are decided by fans who vote for their favorite music, movies and television.

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