Ortal Announces "How Do You Ortal" Contest Grand Prize: Credit in Dwell magazine and $1,000 Ortal Cash

February 23, 2017 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle News
Los Angeles, CA February 23, 2017 Today, Ortal officially announced the start of: How Do you Ortal? one of this year's hottest design competitions. The renowned fireplace specialists are on the search for the number one most creative, inspired way that an architect or designer has incorporated an Ortal fireplace into a breathtaking interior design.

The contest will run until March 22, 2017, at which time the winner will be determined based on a public vote. The grand prize has two parts: the winning design (with credit) will be featured in a printed ad in Dwell magazine and the frontrunner will also receive $1,000 credit toward an upcoming Ortal purchase.

Ortal's very own Yael Meir, VP Global Marketing, had this to say about the exciting challenge, "Some of the most brilliant architects and interior designers out there have taken Ortal's finest pieces and used them to create masterpieces in homes and commercial properties all around the world. We want to help showcase their incredible work, as well as the endless design capabilities of Ortal fireplaces."

To submit, contestants must click here, fill out a short form, and upload their best photo or their favorite design. The picture must include an Ortal fireplace. Participants may only submit one image per design, but submission of multiple designs is encouraged for additional exposure and chances to win.
After submitting, contestants can post their designs on their social media platforms, using the hashtag #HowIOrtal to become part of the growing conversation.

To submit, vote, or for more information about the contest, click here.

About Ortal: Redesigning fire, for more than 30 years, Ortal has been the world's premiere designer and builder of high-quality contemporary frameless gas fireplaces. Ortal leads with meticulous attention to aesthetics and to developing exclusive fire technologies, designing fireplaces to meet the most stringent requirements of architects, designers, builders, home and business owners.

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