3D Giant Offers Chance To Win Custom 3D Christmas Glasses

Oct 28, 2013, 06:00 ET from American Paper Optics

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the National Retail Federation, American consumers have spent more than $6 billion on holiday decorations in a season. Holiday Specs make those decorations look like they're worth even more! These special 3D lenses are a surprise for the eyes as they transform ordinary holiday lights into dazzling 3D images of snowflakes, reindeer, Santa, candy canes, elves, ornaments, gingerbread men, snowmen, angels or Christmas stars. They're the perfect stocking stuffers and a great addition to greeting cards.  


To celebrate the holiday season, American Paper Optics is giving fans the chance to win their very own special set of Holiday Specs 3D glasses featuring their family name and a custom design. Fans are invited to submit their favorite photos of holiday light displays or decorations to the Holiday Specs Facebook page for a chance to take home the grand prize of 100 custom designed 3D glasses for Christmas lights! Weekly prize winners will receive a package of 25 regular Holiday Specs.

Fans of the Holiday Specs Facebook page can vote on all photos submitted. Those with the most votes each week will be awarded the weekly prize and the Top Ten photos overall will be featured in a run-off during the final week of voting to award the grand prize.

The contest runs now until November 22, 2013.  The grand prize will be delivered to the winner by December 6, 2013 in plenty of time for holiday distribution.

For more information, please visit http://www.3dglassesonline.com

About American Paper Optics
Having manufactured well over two billion paper 3D glasses in the company's twenty-year history, American Paper Optics is committed to pushing technology to bring new visions to consumers. As the world's leading manufacturer and marketer of 3D glasses and other 3D products, American Paper Optics continues to innovate in the 3D glasses industry with its HoloSpex® holographic glasses as just one of the new 3D configurations now in the marketplace.

SOURCE American Paper Optics