Article Number: 6685
Quick•Step hosts makeover contest on Facebook
DALLAS—Quick•Step flooring and interior designer/style expert Erinn Valencich will host a national “Room Refresh” contest on the mill’s Facebook page through July 31.

The competition’s grand prize winner will walk away with a room makeover personally conducted by celebrity designer Valencich, to include an in-home design consultation, a brand new Quick•Step floor and $3,000 in room accessories. In addition, 10 finalists will each receive a $150 gift card. No purchase is required and participants can easily enter by going to Quick•Step’s Facebook page.

“Social media is the new way to communicate,” said Paij Thorn-Brooks, Quick•Step’s senior director of marketing. “It’s popular, it’s effective, it’s fun, and it’s here to stay. A Quick•Step room makeover contest, conducted via our Facebook page, is a great way to achieve brand awareness and also share with consumers the exciting national Room Refresh design trend that makes improving a home easy, fun and affordable.”

Valencich added, “One of the most popular national, mainstream trends in design right now is the room refresh. Rather than trading up to bigger, better homes or embarking on expensive, whole-house remodels, today’s consumers simply want new ideas on how to refresh their existing homes quickly, easily and affordably. Quick•Step’s Room Refresh contest is going to be a fun and exciting way for consumers to learn how to ‘add big style to their homes with small changes,’ and, most importantly, 11 lucky participants will wind up with great prizes.”

Participants must post a room photo on Quick•Step’s Facebook page along with a short essay about why their room deserves a makeover. The grand prize winner will be personally chosen by Valencich for the Room Refresh, while the 10 finalists will be determined by the number of popular votes each entry gets from the online community.

For more information or to enter, go to facebook.com/quickstepflooring.



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