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Announcing the SolidWorks World 2012 International Intrigue Contest

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Are you a SolidWorks user 21 or older residing outside of the United States?

Do you enjoy design, international intrigue and rubbing elbows with some of the most accomplished designers in your field?

Would you like to attend SolidWorks World 2012 and take home a new set of tools or tips for better and more efficient design engineering?

If so, we have a mission for you. 

SolidWorks is seeking stories from users based outside the United States—we want to know why you want to come to SolidWorks World 2012, what the benefit would be for you and your busines, and what you hope to achieve with the knowledge you would gain at the show. The more intriguing the post, the more likely you are to be chosen, so make sure you include details such as whether you like your martinis shaken or stirred, and if you’ve ever designed a camera ring, a flying car or a shoephone.

The winner of this content wins a full SolidWorks World 2012 conference pass, as well as a hotel room for three nights and round trip airfare to and from San Diego, California.

So what’s the catch? We’ll also be asking the winner to write a blog post after the show, to be posted on this blog. We'll ask you to cover show highlights, favorite sessions and your #1 takeaway—in other words, we’ll also be making the winner a SolidWorks World celebrity!

If you qualify for this contest, tell us why you should be the winner in the comments section below. Be sure to tell us what country you live in, as well as:

  • Why you want to attend the show
  • What the most significant design challenge is in your region
  • What you hope to learn or do at SolidWorks World 2012
  • What session is of the most interest
  • Who you most hope to meet

Don't wait too long—the contest ends on December 15, and we'll pick a winner on December 16. You can click here to read the full terms and conditions of the contest. In a nutshell, you have to be 21 or older to enter, and citizens of the USA, Brazil, China and Quebec aren't eligible (sorry). If you work for Dassault Systemes, or a DS/SolidWorks reseller or partner, (or have any immediate family members who do) you can't enter. Residents of some countries may require a visa to enter the United States. You can visit the SolidWorks World website to learn more.

Don't forget, you can still save $100 if you register before January 20. And if you pay for two registrations, we'll throw in a third for free. And, as always, CSWPs save $100. You can see all of our registration deals at the SolidWorks World website.

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