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Entries Sought for Livingston & Haven Aluminum Extrusion Design Competition

Individual designers, students, companies and teams are eligible to enter the competition. Entries will be judged by a panel of aluminum extrusion product managers and will be evaluated on how well they showcase the design and manufacturing advantages of extruded aluminum.

The winning design will be the one that best demonstrates the benefits of aluminum extrusion, while also showing creativity, practicality and market appeal. The Grand Prize Winner will have their product built and given to them by Livingston & Haven and receives a $100 Visa Gift Card. Two additional winners will be selected in the categories of Most Creative and Most Practical designs. These winners also receive $100 Visa Gift Cards. All entries will receive a gift for their hard work at the end of the competition.

Submissions will be accepted through April 3, 2013 and can be submitted at Winners will be announced in April through Livingston & Haven’s corporate website.

Aluminum Extrusion is a high-quality structural framing material that is as durable as steel, but much easier to assemble, re-configure and re-use. Aluminum extrusions allow you to design exactly the shape you need and lets the assembly process shape itself to your specific design. Full competition details and design resources can be found at

Established in 1947, Livingston & Haven is the leading industrial technology provider in the Southeast. The company specializes in providing solutions in the automation, hydraulic, pneumatic, lubrication and connector industries. Headquartered in Charlotte NC, L&H utilizes a collaboration of engineers and industry-focused specialists to provide innovative productivity solutions for manufacturers. The company has been the premier Bosch Rexroth distributor in the Southeast for over 30 years. To learn more, please visit

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