IMAX Worldwide Imports has been named one of only five finalists for the 21st Annual ARTS Awards to be presented in Dallas in January 2010.
This is the fourth consecutive year for the company to receive a nomination.
“We are honored to be considered for such a prestigious award,” said Rex Yoakley, IMAX Vice President of Enterprise Sales. “We would like to extend our thanks to the ART council and to our customers for making this possible.”
Al and Faye Bulak started IMAX in 1984 as a small company importing copper flower containers and it has grown into one of the top U.S. import companies serving the At Home market. Today with more than 38,000 customers, 128 road reps and product showing in 20 showrooms worldwide, IMAX continues to provide home and garden accessories imported from 12 countries around the globe.
The ARTS Awards is the premier awards program for the home decorative accessories industry and is held each January during the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market.
Finalists will submit a detailed portfolio to a panel of distinguished judges, including Mark McMenamin, senior editor at Interior Design magazine; Cheminne Taylor-Smith, public relations director for Metropolitan Home and Elle Decor magazines; Dixon Bartlett, a furniture executive; Lynn Brandon, Ph.D., primary professor and coordinator of the Home Furnishings Degree Program in the School of Merchandising and Hospitality Management at the University of North Texas and David Cadwallader, owner and principal designer of Cadwallader Design Inc.
For more information on IMAX Corporation, visit www.imaxcorp.com.