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Deadline for 2009 CEW Awards is Oct. 20

September 18, 2008

Enter now for a chance to win!

Ready for your close-up?

It’s time for your company to shine at The 2009 Cosmetic Executive Women (CEW) Beauty Awards. The awards recognize the most innovative beauty products of the year and the press reaches upwards of 200 million consumers through national print and broadcast, according to the organization. Deadline to enter is Oct. 20, 2008.

The Beauty Awards program begins with the largest expo of new products - The CEW Product Demonstration on Feb. 18, 2009. Who votes? Finalists are selected by CEW members, industry insiders and experts in the field of beauty. Winners are selected by a special Voting Committee comprised from the CEW Board. All voting is confidential, and Ernst & Young tabulates the vote.

Once the ballots have been cast, companies gear up for the culmination of this program, the Beauty Awards Luncheon, set for May 1, 2009 . Winners are announced live by a star-studded dais to the nearly 1300 beauty industry executives in attendance.

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