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Submit your images for the CARIS calendar contest

Fredericton, NB, Canada – July 28, 2014 –  The CARIS calendar contest is underway. Enter for your chance to be featured in the 2015 CARIS calendar and on the CARIS website.

Now in its ninth year of production the calendar contest is more popular than ever. Over the years we’ve seen many fascinating images and charts featured in the calendar, which is shared with the marine and hydrographic community.

Don’t miss your chance to be featured in this respected calendar. The submission deadline is September 26, 2014.

About CARIS

Established in 1979, CARIS is a leading developer of geospatial software. The CARIS Ping-to-Chart™ product line delivers an integrated software solution for the entire workflow of hydrographic information from the echosounder “ping” through to the production and distribution of the “chart”. CARIS products are continually selected by hydrographic offices, military agencies, survey contractors, ports and harbours, municipalities, land administrators and academia among others. In addition to its Canadian headquarters, CARIS has offices in The Netherlands, United States, Australia and United Kingdom. There are also more than 20 resellers bringing sales and support of CARIS brand software to more than 85 countries.

For more information, or to arrange an interview:
please call Erin Roberts, Marketing Coordinator +1 (506) 458-8533, or email erin.roberts@caris.com.

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