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First Harper Roadshow of 2011 set for March 3 outside St. Louis

Press release from the issuing company

Charlotte, NC – Global anilox supplier Harper Corporation has announced an expanded schedule for its Harper Roadshow -- free technical seminars held around the country that address important issues for the printing industry.

In addition to increasing the number of seminars to eight this year, Harper will hold half of them at some of the country's leading printing equipment manufacturers. The new approach offers seminar attendees the opportunity to view live press demonstrations at host sites.

The series on narrow web OEMs and related technology opens Thursday, March 3, at Mark Andy, Inc., near St. Louis. Narrow web will continue to be the focus at seminars on Thursday, March 24, at Nilpeter USA in Cincinnati and again Tuesday, April 5, at Gallus Inc. in Philadelphia.

Wide web printing techniques will take center stage on Tuesday, April 12, when PCMC/Aquaflex hosts the Harper Roadshow at its Green Bay, WI complex.

The second half of this year's schedule will include four additional roadshows starting in late summer and ending in October. Those seminars, featuring Harper technical professionals assisted by leading industry experts, will focus on anilox and other technologies, advice on printing troubleshooting, pre-press and print-room problem-solving and more. The 2011 complete schedule for these Harper roadshows includes:

Thursday March 3
Chesterfield, MO

Thursday March 24
Cincinnati, OH

Tuesday April 5
Philadelphia, PA

Tuesday April 12
Green Bay, WI

Thursday August 25
Greensboro, NC

Tuesday September 27 (tentative)
Las Vegas, NV

Tuesday October 4
Worcester, MA

Wednesday October 26
Dallas, TX

Due to limited seating early registration is suggested.  To register, please contact Jazmin Kluttz at 704-588-3371, via e-mail at [email protected] or register online at http://www.harperimage.com/Information-Center/Roadshows.


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