Mohawk Group hosts Scratch Art Design Contest

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Dalton—Mohawk Group has invited Kindergarten through 12th grade art students to participate in its Scratch Art Design Contest, which will highlight a young designer’s artwork in a commercial carpet tile collection. Mohawk Group will also award free carpet to the winning student’s school.

“Who better to create our next flooring design for the education market than talented students?” said Jackie Dettmar, vice president of product design and development. “The Scratch Art Design Contest provides an opportunity for students to submit designs that will serve as the flooring where they work and learn daily.”

The competition is open to all schools K-12. Contest entries will be accepted through Oct. 15. The winning design will inspire the newest pattern in Mohawk Group’s Mixology Collection.

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