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Siser North America
12900 Hall Rd. Suite 270
Sterling Heights, MI 48313

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Phone: 866.301.9409

Fax: 440.550.8008

Meet, Greet, & Learn All You Can From Heat Transfer Vinyl Experts

Education, inspiration, prizes, and sooo much more is in store for this year’s SGIA Expo since we’re partnering with several of our distributors to bring you a learning experience like never before. While SGIA is the largest printing trade show in North America with over 500 exhibitors and 40 educational sessions, we at Siser think that’s just not enough. So we’re offering 21 additional classes that will be held in the Siser Booth at the Expo.

Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know about the booth classes:

Who: Team Siser, various authorized distributors & resellers, and Melissa Viscount of Silhouette School Blog
What: 2017 SGIA Expo, Siser North America Booth #2359 on the Trade Show floor
Where: Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA
When: Tuesday, October 10, 2017  – Thursday, October 12, 2017
Cost: Free but an Expo Pass is required to access the trade show floor. Claim your free pass courtesy of Siser NA here. 

It’s important to emphasize that since these classes will be going on during trade show hours, they will be first come first serve with standing room only. Don’t worry though, most classes will be offered more than once in order to give everyone a chance to join in!
Heat Transfer Vinyl classes in the Siser booth at the SGIA Expo

There’s no need to pre-register for these classes, so if New Orleans is within reach for you, all you need is the free expo pass to get on to the show floor and visit us in booth #2359! We’re looking forward to meeting you and sharing all kinds of crafts and laughs together. We know you’ll leave SGIA with new knowledge and inspiration.

 

Need more convincing that the SGIA Expo is the can’t miss event of the year? Check out the 2016 SGIA recap here!

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