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Design Contest – Custom Ceilings!

The Chief Architect Design Contest is a fun way to share your work and win great prizes. Share your Custom Ceiling Design for a chance to win Chief Gear! Use any Chief Architect software product to create your original design. We also offer Chief Architect Ceiling Training Videos for your viewing pleasure.

Enter:

  • Submit a single image file of your design to submissions@chiefarchitect.com.
  • Include your name, company information, the software you used and a description about the design.

Winner:
Entries will be posted in a photo album on Chief Architect’s Facebook page. Fans of Chief Architect will be asked to “Like” their favorite entry. The entry with the most “Likes” will be declared the winner. Share with your friends to earn their votes!

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Prizes:

  • 1-hour personal online training
  • 8 GB USB drive
  • Chief Water bottle
  • Chief T-shirt
  • Design Contest – Featured Customer
  • Automatically be entered into our Design of the Year Contest!

Rules:

  • Use any Chief Architect software product to create your original design.
  • One submission/image file per person (can be single view or collage)
  • Chief Architect reserves the right to refuse any contest entry.
  • Your free hour of training must be redeemed within 60 days.
  • Entry Deadline is August 22, 2016

Questions?
Send inquiries to submissions@chiefarchitect.com

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Congratulations to Valerie Nagle for winning the Custom Ceiling Design Contest!

 

She has won a Chief Architect water bottle, 8 GB USB drive, t-shirt, one hour of personal training, and will be entered into our year end Design Contest of the Year for a chance to win an iPad Pro.

 

Thank you to all who entered and shared your great designs!

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