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What is the coolest thing made in Idaho? Contest aims to find out

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TechHelp and the Idaho Manufacturers Alliance joined together this year to create the first “Coolest Thing Made in Idaho” contest.

Through October 15th, you can nominate a product manufactured in Idaho.

The product could be one that you’ve created or someone else’s. Manufacturers and inventors are encouraged to nominate their own products.

Voting for the winner will be open to anyone from October 21st through October 28th.

The alliance will announce the winner on October 30th. Check back with BoiseDev then to see the “Coolest Thing Made in Idaho”.

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For more information on nominating a product, voting and prizes, click here.

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