NWFA seeks entries for Floor of Year contest

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St. Louis, Mo.—The National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) is seeking entries from its members for its 2014 NWFA Wood Floor of the Year contest.

Deadline for entry is Jan. 10. Applications, rules and category descriptions for the NWFA Wood Floor of the Year contest are available at nwfa.org/wfoy.aspx.

This year’s awards will be announced during the Expo Awards Dinner and Closing Concert on April 18 in Nashville.
Entries are being accepted in the following categories:

Best Residential
Best Commercial
Best Restoration
Best Reclaimed
Best Manufacturer Factory Finished
Best Limited Species
Best CNC/Laser Cut
Best Extreme Makeover

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