NWFA to give away VIP trip to CMAs in Nashville

Home News NWFA to give away VIP trip to CMAs in Nashville

St. Louis—The National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) announced it willl be giving away a VIP trip for two to the 2014 Country Music Association (CMA) Awards to be held in Nashville next November. The trip, valued at nearly $10,000, is the grand prize give-away for NWFA’s 2014 Expo, which will be held in Nashville from April 16 to April 19.

All attendees are eligible to participate in the drawing. Entries are available from NWFA by making a voluntary donation to the NWFA Industry Research Foundation, which conducts scientific research, testing and education that benefits the hardwood flooring industry. All attendees who enter the drawing will receive a set of NWFA ear buds.

The VIP experience includes: two tickets to the CMA Awards show; two tickets to the CMA Awards Post-Event Party; round-trip airfare for two; round trip airport transportation in Nashville, and two nights hotel stay.

Entries are available online when registering for the 2014 Expo, as well as the NWFA booth during the show. Entries are $25 for one chance to win, $50 for three chances, $75 for four chances and $100 for five chances.

For more about the Expo or the trip to the CMAs, call 800.422.4556, ext. 109.

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