The Idaho Potato Commission expects another year of big growth in its retail display contest, and also plans more outreach to Hispanics. The Eagle, Idaho-based commissions annual retail display contest has been around for a quarter of a century, but its grown in recent years like it was the new kid on the block, said Frank Muir, president and CEO of the commission. Before 2005, we averaged 600 displays. From 2000 to 2012, it was up to 2,000. Now were at more than 4,500 displays. We took a program that was 25 years old and made it bigger, stronger and better. And its not done growing, Muir said.