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From jaw-dropping design to wow-inducing technological wizardry, the 2012 World’s Expo in Yeosu, Korea, is brimming with inspiration for exhibit and event professionals. EXHIBITOR Magazine’s Expo 2012 microsite features everything from Expo-related news and FAQs to historic World’s Expo highlights and video footage direct from Yeosu. This site also plays host to EXHIBITOR Magazine’s Expo 2012 Awards, honoring the best the world (well, the World’s Expo, at least) has to offer.
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The Sound of Moo-sic
 
After making her first live appearance at the 1939 New York World’s Fair, Elsie the Cow returned for the 1964 World’s Fair in the Big Apple. One of the top 10 advertising icons of all time, the bovine “spokescow” for New York-based Borden Co. starred in her own musical revue at the expo, “All About Daisy,” with a score by the Broadway composer Kay Swift. The exhibit, which was also the first built by Dimensional Communications Inc. of Northvale, NJ, featured Elsie presiding at a board of directors meeting, where an inventor tried to persuade her to market chocolate-covered onions.
 
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