Win a Trip to InfoComm with an Acrostic

InfoComm has launched a contest to win a trip to InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas. All you have to do is write an acrostic poem about InfoComm using the words InfoComm, Las Vegas or audiovisual. An acrostic poem is where the first letter starts with a new word, phrase or sentence, spelling out a message. Here’s an example InfoComm gave:

InfoComm 2012 is going to be great & wouldn’t it be cool to be there?
Not only for the amazing exhibits, events and education, but also
For the experience of AV in Las Vegas.
Only one show can bring you so much pro-AV in one place!
Can you imagine walking the show floor?
Oh, the time you will have.
Make sure you enter today, and we will
Meet you in Las Vegas!

If you’re interested, you have until Monday, May 15 at 5 p.m. EDT to submit your entry to avanin@infocomm.org. The winner will receive a Las Vegas Travel Package for InfoComm 2012, which includes round-trip, economy airfare to Las Vegas departing from nearest gateway airport within the continental United States, three nights hotel accommodations in a property located near the Las Vegas Convention Center (room and tax only), limo service to and from the Las Vegas airport, a 3-Day Exhibits-Only Pass to InfoComm 2012 and an InfoComm goodie bag. Each person can only enter one poem. The winner will be announced on Monday, May 21, 2012.

For more info, click here: http://blog.infocommshowblog.org/2012/04/23/win-a-trip-to-the-show-enter-infocomms-acrostic-poem-contest/