Submit Your Show Now for TSNN’s 6th Annual “Best of Show” Award

June 15, 2016

Here at TSNN, we know how hard you and your team work to make your trade show a success, and we know you’ve earned bragging rights, so we want to hear from you!  Nominations are open for TSNN’s 6th Annual “Best of Show” award, and we are leaving it up to you to: Tell us why you think your show is the BEST!

This is the sixth year for this special award, and five nominees will be invited to the 2016 TSNN Awards: Celebrating Trade Show Excellence Oct. 28 – 30 in Atlantic City, NJ. The overall winner will be announced at the gala awards celebration Oct. 29. To be considered, please, submit your show HERE.

There is no specific criterion for the award. Be creative! For example, what challenge(s) did your show face? What was the “Best of Show” solution(s)? And what were the overall results and impact on the show? What innovative practices, customer service and/or networking environments occurred to make it the best show ever? For example, did your show do something that tightened the attendee/exhibitor relationship? Describe to us how you created “WOW” experiences!

Did you use technology in a new and exciting way? Did you initiate an “out of the box” idea? If so, did it add some excitement to the show floor that created an unparalleled end-user experience? Explain the creative strategies which would qualify you for a “Best of Show” award!

Click HERE to submit your entry for “Best of Show”. All you have to do is fill out a short, simple form and submit it back to us!

The top FIVE entries will be reviewed by a select panel of judges and then the industry will vote through an extensive social media and PR campaign which one deserves to be “Best of Show”.

The show managers from the five shows will be invited to the 2016 TSNN Awards: Celebrating Trade Show Excellence, where the winner will be named.

Deadline to submit your show is Aug. 5 and voting will begin Aug. 12 through Sept. 2.

Click HERE to nominate YOUR outstanding show today!

Click HERE to learn more about TSNN’s “Best of Show” Award and good luck!

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