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AICO To Host Social Media Contest at Las Vegas Market
2016 by in Industry, Las Vegas, Market, Special Events
Amini Innovation Corp. (AICO) is going social at the Las Vegas Market with innovative and strategic social media contests open to all market attendees and will award winners exciting prizes, including use of a Cadillac Stretch Limousine.
The contests will take place in the Amini showroom located in space C-1601 during the Market, July 31-Aug. 3.
To enter the contest, contestants must post a selfie on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and tag the corresponding AICO (Michael Amini) social media platforms as proof of entry. Visitors will have the opportunity to take a picture in the redesigned showroom lobby, which features a new laser light and water show or a designated AICO “selfie station” for the chance to win the daily grand prize.
A random winner will be selected daily and contacted via social media at 3 p.m. PST. Apart from receiving transportation in a Cadillac Stretch Limousine from World Market Center to their hotel in Las Vegas, the daily winner can also bring in five people to accompany them for an hour-long ride.
“Social media is a key tool of the new generation of consumers – with almost everyone using one platform or another, what better way to reach them as well as retailers,” said AICO CEO and Founder Michael Amini.
Not leaving the Snapchat users behind, Snappers can participate in a separate contest using the Michael Amini geo-tag featured throughout World Market Center. Contestants must snap a picture with the geo-tag and then post it to social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram). Five winners will be chosen on Aug. 4 and will be awarded a decorative pillow of their choosing from the Amini soft home collection.
Headquartered in Pico Rivera, Calif., Amini Innovation Corp./Amini has been a leading home furnishing source since 1988 servicing more than 3,000 customers worldwide with showrooms in Las Vegas and High Point, N.C. The company offers full-line traditional and contemporary furniture with more than 30 collections and six categories.