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Pomeroy wins Aspen window display contest

Aspen Times Staff ReportAspen CO, Colorado

ASPEN Pomeroy Sports emerged from a field of 24 businesses to win the Winternational 2008 World Cup window display contest, according to results released by The Aspen Times.For its efforts, the business won a grand prize package that included VIP passes to the weekend races on Aspen Mountain, plus official World Cup jackets and $2,500 advertising credit from the Times.Pitkin County Dry Goods was the runner-up, and Ute Mountaineer placed third. The winners were chosen based on voting by Aspen Times readers, and the scoring of celebrity judges. Judging was based on the following criteria: 30 percent on creativity, 30 percent on the display’s ability to communicate the 40th anniversary theme of the event, and 40 percent on execution.Stefan Kalin and Morris & Frywald Real Estate received honorable-mention nods from celebrity judge Chris Klug. Stefan Kalin and Gorsuch LTD received honorable mention from celebrity judge Chris Davenport.

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