Architectural Record's 2 Millionth Test Taker Sweepstakes

Let's Celebrate!

This year marks our 21st anniversary as an official AIA continuing education provider, and soon our two millionth continuing education test will be taken. To celebrate, we are hosting a TWO MILLIONTH TEST TAKER SWEEPSTAKES.

Take any test at between November 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019 for a chance to win the following prizes:

The more tests you take, the more chances you get!

How to Enter

Architects who take a test during the sweepstakes promotion will automatically be entered to win. The 2 millionth test taker will win the Grand Prize and ten runner ups will be chosen at random and also awarded prizes.

The winner will be notified by April 30, 2019.

Contest Rules
Every architect who completes a test on the CE Center between November 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019, is eligible for entry into the contest.

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Prize Descriptions

The Nova task light brings functionality and beauty to the everyday office. This highly versatile LED light combines industry-leading levels of light output and adjustability - both in terms of positioning and brightness - with a contemporary design. Nova holds Energy Star 2.0 certification and contributes to LEED, WELL and Living Building Challenge certificates. Nova is available in White, Light Gray and Black.
Humanscale’s Horizon 2.0 implements the latest LED technology to produce its signature, ultra-thin plane of light with greater efficiency. The Horizon 2.0 uses TPU material, a PVC alternative, in its power supply. It also holds Energy Star 2.0 certification. At the base of the task light, a seamless touch interface offers more precise control to adjust brightness. As a result, this task lamp features a cleaner overall aesthetic to complement its elegant, slim base. Horizon 2.0 is available in five vibrant colors: Bronze Gold, Silver, Jet Black, Arctic White, Twilight Blue and Morning Pink.

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