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CTIA Wireless Fashion Show entries close March 10


February 12, 2006

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February 13, 2006 Last year we called it the most visible technology showcase on the planet. This year, although in many respects, CTIA WIRELESS 2006 is already the most important technology event of the year, it will be even better! The CTIA WIRELESS show is the premiere global event representing the complete wireless, mobile computing and wireless Internet industries. CTIA WIRELESS 2006 brings together all industries within telecommunications and all those affected by wireless technology for three days of intense learning and networking. For the past six years, CTIA WIRELESS has conducted the Fashion in Motion show - the HOT technology fashion show that fuses the world of high fashion with the latest wireless technology. This couture style runway show showcases the latest wireless devices and accessories on the market today, as well as the futuristic technology of tomorrow. Now CTIA is taking it to the next level and by offering CTIA Fashion in Motion Scholarships to technology and fashion university and college students from across the globe. If you have an idea or concept or prototype for wearable technology, this is an opportunity to showcase your ideas to the world (entries close March 10). See our extensive photo galleries of the 2004 show and the 2005 show. CLICK HERE to download the CTIA Fashion in Motion Scholarship Program Entry Form.

All entries will be viewed and judged by an expert panel of judges comprised of leaders in the fields of technology and fashion. Selected products will appear in Fashion in Motion during CTIA WIRELESS 2006 (April 5-7, 2006) at the Las Vegas Convention Center, with the winner featured in the finale.

Queries should be directed to Bonnie Knight at CTIA

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