APMacro: IES Costume and Table Display


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As economic advisors, you and your team can earn points for coming to the summit event in costume. A team costume identifies you as a group and makes it much easier for other economic advisors to find you and your team. A good team costume give your team a competitive advantage at the summit. Take advantage of the opportunity to be creative and earn points for your team.

There are three possible outcomes:
– No  evidence of costume, flag, or name tag.
– Two elements of a team costume are evident.
– Authentic or traditional country costumes or
..three or more elements of a team costume are evident.

Costume Elements

  • Costume t-shirt
  • Head gear
  • Map
  • Matching clothing styles
  • Name tags’Face paint
  • Flag
  • Matching color scheme

IES Table Exhibit Display
You and your team of economic advisors can earn points for coming to the summit event with a table display to give your team a competitive advantage at the summit. Take advantage of the opportunity to be creative and earn points for your team.

There are three possible outcomes:
– No evidence of flag, map, or country specific color scheme
– One to two elements of a table display are evident.
– Three or more elements of a table display are evident.

Table Display Elements

  • Country statistics
  • Flag displayed
  • Information creatively expressed
  • Food or artifacts displayed
  • Map(s) of country displayed
  • Country music or national anthem
  • Photos of country displayed
  • Matching color scheme

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