Coldsweep Seeks Consumer Votes in Forbes.com Business Competition

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Coldsweep, a Utah-based provider of fast and effective industrial cleaning services, is seeking votes from consumers in the $100,000 Forbes.com "Boost Your Business" Contest.

Winning this contest would give us the means to make this a nationwide endeavor.

    Online visitors are encouraged to select this innovative company as one of the five "Boost Your Business" Contest finalists by voting at http://www.forbes.com/byb or linking to the Forbes.com website through Coldsweep at http://www.coldsweep.com/. Coldsweep uses high-velocity dry ice pellets to clean surfaces, is completely environmentally friendly and is more cost effective than traditional blasting methods. The Coldsweep process requires no chemicals or solvents and since dry ice vaporizes into harmless gas on impact, creates no secondary waste.

The "Boost Your Business" Contest recognizes the best small business plans submitted by entrepreneurs nationwide with a $100,000 cash award. Coldsweep is one of 20 finalists in the contest which originally generated over 1,000 submissions. Five finalists will be selected to present their business plans to an expert panel of judges in New York City during September. Online voting for the five finalists ends August 31, 2007, with winners being announced November 30, 2007.

Coldsweep is one of the first companies to commercialize the eco-friendly use of dry ice for industrial cleaning. "Everywhere you look there are environmental applications to this technology," said Randell Heath, president and founder of Coldsweep. "Winning this contest would give us the means to make this a nationwide endeavor." Founded in 2001 by Randell Heath, Coldsweep's clients include BP, GE, Pacificorp, Kennecott and Malt-O-Meal.

Forbes.com, an online version of the business magazine, launched the competition in May.

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