Deadline is next week for DAME Design Award entries

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RAI Amsterdam, presenter of the 2017 DAME Design Award, is making a final call to Metstrade exhibitors to respond by Sept. 19 with entries.

The largest marine design competition features category and overall winners. Now in its 27th year, the DAME Design Award will be presented as part of the Breakfast Briefing opening ceremony for the Metstrade business-to-business marine industry trade show on Nov. 14.

Guests will see the entries that most impressed the DAME panel of naval architects, boat, interior and industrial designers and consumer experts.

Entries can be made through a secure online portal, and all registration fees are donated to charity by RAI.

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