Electronic House Accepting Entries for Home of the Year 2010
Every project submitted will be featured on ElectronicHouse.com, and more than 25 winners will appear in the magazine. Register today and save $100 on the modest entry fee.
It’s back: Electronic House Home of the Year, the most important awards program for high-tech homes.
Winners will be featured in Electronic House magazine starting with the May 2010 issue, but every home that is entered will appear online.
It’s about the cheapest marketing investment on the planet.
If you plan to enter, then register by December 31, 2009 to save $100. You don’t have to submit your projects until February, so you still have plenty of time. Those who register early will pay just $199 for their first project. Come January, you’ll pay $299 (still a bargain).
The cost for all of this free publicity is less than a single meal with a client!
There are numerous award categories for installations in various price ranges. This year we’ve changed it up and added a new category:
Most Amazing Applications
A new category this year. Perhaps you did not equip an entire home or even a complete room with home technology, but you want to boast about a specific application you implemented. For example: a security system you designed to thwart raccoons, a monitoring system for an elderly person living independently or some clever work with motors and TV mounts. Electronic House will pick several finalists from this category to use in the “EH Ideas” section in every issue of the magazine.
Register today, submit your projects later.
See you in EH!
We're Looking for Your BEST Projects
Don’t miss your chance to enter to win a 2019 BEST Projects Award. We’ll be announcing winners at a special Gala event at CEDIA EXPO. We can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to this year! Enter your projects now.
Julie Jacobson is founding editor of CE Pro, the leading media brand for the home-technology channel. She has covered the smart-home industry since 1994, long before there was much of an Internet, let alone an Internet of things. Currently she studies, speaks, writes and rabble-rouses in the areas of home automation, security, networked A/V, wellness-related technology, biophilic design, and the business of home technology. Julie majored in Economics at the University of Michigan, spent a year abroad at Cambridge University, and earned an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a recipient of the annual CTA TechHome Leadership Award, and a CEDIA Fellows honoree. A washed-up Ultimate Frisbee player, Julie currently resides in San Antonio, Texas and sometimes St. Paul, Minn. Follow on Twitter: @juliejacobson Email Julie at email@example.com
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