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Themed Entertainment Association: Nominations for 17th Annual Thea Awards Due July 8

Themed Entertainment Association: Nominations for 17th Annual Thea Awards Due July 8

Have you worked on a great project that has or will open to the public between July 1, 2008 and June 30, 2010? Or do you know of an outstanding attraction, technology or guest experience that deserves industry recognition? In either case, you are invited to nominate such outstanding projects for consideration by the Thea Awards Nominating Committee. Deadline for nominations: July 8. TEA (Themed Entertainment Association) and the Thea Awards Nominating Committee depend on members of the visitor attractions industry to nominate outstanding projects, technologies and people for recognition.

Thea Award information and rules for the 17th Annual Thea Awards can be downloaded at this linkThea trophy. TEA logoDeadline for nominations: July 8.

The prestigious Thea Awards were created in 1994 by TEA to recognize and honor excellence in the creation of outstanding visitor experiences, attractions, exhibits and places. Truly international in their recognition of outstanding productions, the Thea Awards focus international attention on innovation within the Themed Entertainment and Experience Design Industry, and to recognize and honor excellence all up and down the chain of creative production. The Theas honor the vision and dedication of the project owner while bestowing and recording credits for the work of the designers, technicians, vendors and suppliers who realize the project.

After review and approval by the Thea Awards Committee and the TEA board of directors, TEA will announce the slate of recipients for the 17th Annual Thea Awards in November 2010. The awards will be officially presented at the Thea Awards Gala in March 2011.

About TEA

The TEA (Themed Entertainment Association) is an international nonprofit alliance founded in 1991 and based in Burbank, Calif. TEA represents some 7,000 creative specialists, from architects to designers, technical specialists to master planners, scenic fabricators to artists, and builders to feasibility analysts working in more than 600 firms in 30 US states and 40 different countries. TEA presents the annual Thea Awards and the TEA Summit and hosts the annual SATE conferences (Story, Architecture, Technology, Experience). TEA also produces a variety of print and electronic publications, including the TEA/ERA Global Attraction Attendance Report, TEA Sourcebook, TEA Project Management Guidelines, and TEA Annual & Directory. Visit

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