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Record Attendance Expected at IADD·FSEA Odyssey

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Show Opens in Two Days in Schaumburg, Illinois

Crystal Lake, Illinois -- The 2015 IADD·FSEA Odyssey is expected to be the largest Odyssey ever, with 107 exhibitors and 21 separate pieces of equipment running in the Techshop™, in addition to the machinery on display in exhibitor booths. 

The biennial tradeshow will run May 13-15 at the Schaumburg Convention Center in Schaumburg, Illinois, west of Chicago. Odyssey is the converting industry’s premier three-day event, targeted specifically to the diemaking/diecutting, foil stamping/specialty effects, folding carton, corrugated and specialty industries. 

The event offers live demonstrations and programs on diecutting, diemaking, foil stamping, folding/gluing and digital UV inkjet machinery – all under one roof. It will be the most comprehensive display of finishing/converting equipment in the US this year.

"We are expecting well over 1,500 people to participate in this year's Odyssey and, with the number of potential walk-up attendees, we may end up with even more," said Darrel Griffin, IADD president and planning co-chair. "Because we are a highly targeted show, this would be an amazing number for us."

The 2015 IADD·FSEA Odyssey is sponsored by the International Association of Diecutting and Diemaking (IADD) and the Foil & Specialty Effects Association (FSEA). For a complete list of exhibitors, a program matrix or information on hotel and airline discount codes, visit www.odysseyexpo.org, email info@odysseyexpo.org or call 1.800.828.IADD, 1.815.455.7519 (local) or the FSEA at 1.785.271.5816.

 

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