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  • 08/25/2015 at 6:01pm

    My name is Torey Greenwald and I am a casting producer working on a new TV show that would greatly interest your clients in your maker space. Intel, Turner Broadcasting, Mark Burnett, and United Artists Media Group are searching for inventors with the next big technology innovation for a new television series, “America’s Greatest Makers”. Naturally we want to make sure the creative and dedicated Makerspace Forsyth customers know about this great opportunity!

    Intel is taking its annual “Make It Wearable” challenge to the next level and is looking nationwide for contestants to create the next big wearable or smart-connected device using Intel’s Curie Module™. People can submit an idea or a working prototype and by the end of the competition they will have a marketable wearable or smart-connected device.

    This new series will chronicle the competition among the finalists who will be mentored by Intel engineers to make their ideas a reality. The winner will be rewarded with a million dollar prize! This would be great exposure for Makerspace Forsyth.

    For more information and to apply go to:

    I would greatly appreciate it if you could share the flyer attached with your clients and colleagues. Please reply that you’ve received this email so that I can tell my casting reps to pull Makerspace Forsyth submissions to the front. I have listed examples of last year’s challenge winner (not televised) and information on the Curie Module below.
    Thank you for your time, and please let me know if you have any questions,
    Torey Greenwald

    Winner of last year’s competition (2014):
    Second Place:
    Third Place:
    Info on the Curie Module:


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