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Each year, more than 250,000 visitors travel to the Greater Philadelphia region to attend the Philadelphia International Flower Show and enjoy area shops, restaurants and attractions. Join us in 2011 for “Springtime in Paris,” by participating in our free annual Phlower Power Window Decorating Contest. It’s still early, but sign up to learn more later this fall and get your window ready right after Valentine’s Day. The contest takes place before and during the Show, which runs March 6-13 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

Contestants can win in several different categories as well as Flower Show tickets.

________ Please send me more information in November/December about how to enter the 2011 Phlower Power Window Decorating Contest.

Name of Business:____________________________________

Address:___________________________________________

Phone #: ___________________________________________

E-mail: ____________________________________________

Website:___________________________________________

Facebook Page: _____________________________________

Contact info; not for publication:

Contact Name: ______________________________________

Address if different from above:_________________________

Phone: ____________________________________________

E-mail: ____________________________________________

Entrants must use the Flower Show poster in their designs and keep the window decorated from Feb. 21 through March 13, 2011.

All entrants will be promoted through the Flower Show website and to the media, and will be honored at an awards press conference before the Show. Entrants receive two tickets to the Flower Show. Winners receive four.

Please send this information by Oct 1. Send to Laura Hoover, Senior PR Coordinator, at lhoover@pennhort.org or PHS, 100 N. 20th St., 5th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103. Call 215-988-8836 with questions.

The Philadelphia International Flower Show is a charitable fundraiser of the nonprofit Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and its acclaimed urban greening program, Philadelphia Green. For more, go to PHSOnline.org.

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