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AVI-SPL & NEC Hold Projector Giveaway For K-12 Schools
The projector giveaway is being held in celebration of AV Week 2010.
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AVI-SPL is pleased to join InfoComm International and other audiovisual industry professionals to celebrate AV Week 2010, October 17-23.

In honor of AV Week, AVI-SPL has teamed up with NEC Display to award a new NEC M260X projector to a K-12 school in the U.S.

To enter the AV Week Projector Giveaway:

•  K-12 educators must submit a 140-character response to “Why does your school need a new projector?”

•  Entries will be accepted until Thursday, October 21.

•  All entries will be posted on the AVI-SPL Contest Blog Post for voting which opens Monday, October 25 and will close Thursday, October 28 at 11:59 p.m.

•  The winner will be announced shortly after!

For more information about AVI-SPL’s AV Week Celebration, visit the AVI-SPL Blog.

Now in its fifth year, AV Week is an international celebration of the AV industry.

“InfoComm International and its members sponsor workshops, presentations, career fairs and other events around the globe to spotlight the audiovisual industry and to recognize the AV professionals who manufacture, design and install AV technology,” according to the InfoComm website.

AV Week Projector Giveaway Official Rules.

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