Enter the HGTV Fresh Faces of Design Awards Giveaway to Win Big

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Fans are entering HGTV.com's Fresh Faces of Design Awards Giveaway for a chance to showcase the talent of young designers and an opportunity to win a whopping $10,000 cash prize.

HGTV is constantly providing innovative ways to showcase designs and encourage fans to participate in an interactive environment. Now HGTV enthusiasts with a passion for great designs can enter the HGTV.com's Fresh Faces of Design Awards Giveaway for a golden opportunity to win a $10,000 cash prize.

No purchase is necessary to enter this fantastic HGTV giveaway that is open to legal residents of the United States and D.C., age 21 or older. You can enter once a day at the HGTV Fresh Faces page. The contest began at 9:00 a.m. ET on November 6, 2014 and ends at 5:00 p.m. ET on December 11, 2014.

One lucky Grand Prize Winner will be chosen in a random drawing from all the eligible entries on or about December 15, 2014. The winner will be selected by an independent judging organization and will be contacted on or about January 1, 2015. The fortunate Grand Prize Winner will get $10,000 cash in the form of a check.

Each day HGTV viewers have a chance to pick their favorite designs, which is sure to help promote the young designers who win these competitions. There are a variety of competitions that will be featured during the HGTV Fresh Faces of Design Awards Giveaway. Examples include Most Serene Retreat, Most Family-Friendly Space, Best Outdoor Room, Best Space for a Party, Best Use of Pattern/Texture, Most Dramatic Transformation, Most Unusual Space, Best Small Space, Best Kitchen and Best Use of Color.

Photos are featured at the HGTV website so entrants can simply choose their favorites. Each day you choose the ones you like best, you have one chance to enter the giveaway. This gives you an amazing chance to win $10,000. You have to be in it to win it, so head to the HGTV website now to enter the Fresh Faces of Design Awards Giveaway. What would you do if you won $10,000 in time for the new year? That could certainly help to renovate your own home!

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