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Ascend Launches Elevator Cab Makeover Contest

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Ascend Launches Elevator Cab Makeover Contest

Customers invited to submit before and after photos of their elevator cab makeover for chance to win reimbursement for the project

By Ascend | February 16, 2016

MILWAUKEE, WIS. (Feb. 15, 2016) – Ascend™ Elevator Protection Systems, a division of Inpro®, has announced the launch of its “Fab My Cab™” elevator cab makeover contest, which will run from Feb. 15 – Aug. 19, 2016. Customers are invited to submit before and after photos showing their use of the Ascend™ elevator cab product line to transform their elevator cab from drab to fab. The most dramatic transformation will win the Grand Prize: reimbursement for one Ascend™ Elevator cab renovation package.

“One of the first things people notice about an elevator is the cab appearance; over time, elevator interiors can suffer a tremendous amount of damage,” explained Preston Hombroek, Ascend™ Sales Director. “The elevator panels and walls are what truly make up the appearance of the cab. These panels bring your brand to life and create an inviting atmosphere for those who use them. With this contest, we’re hoping to inspire customers to imagine the transformations possible and encourage them to make the commitment to upgrading their cabs.”

To enter the contest and review the official rules and regulations, contestants should visit www.fabmycab.com. Contest highlights will also be posted to social media and can be followed using hashtag #fabmycab. 

The general judging criteria include condition of original elevator cab, unusual features of original elevator cab that present renovation challenges, degree of change using the Ascend product, aesthetic use of Ascend product, and overall aesthetic appearance of final renovated cab.

About Ascend

AscendTM Elevator Protection Systems, a division of Inpro®, offers durable products that protect elevator interiors from the constant damage they endure.

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