Biggest Names in Printing Exhibit At Graphics Of The Americas This Week
Press release from the issuing company
Miami - January 21, 2004 -- Leading vendors are gathering en masse and in force at this week's Graphics of the Americas (GOA) conference and exposition being held here, January 23-25, at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Graphics of the Americas is the first major tradeshow of 2004 and the largest annual, international graphic arts trade show in the western hemisphere.
Chris Price, Vice President and General Manager for Graphics of the Americas, says, "A veritable who's who of global companies are showcasing their latest products and in some cases previewing products to be announced this spring. They are unquestionably primed and ready to meet with an estimated 22,000 attendees, with the expectation that GOA will set the tone for a successful 2004. We're all eagerly anticipating a winning event."
Among the graphic arts industry leaders representing Presses, Computer-to-Plate, Digital Printing, Workflow, Design, Package Printing, Wide Format Printing, and Post Press segments exhibiting at GOA 2004 are:
These companies will join hundreds of others to meet with leading print buyers, designers, distributors and more from the U.S., Canada and Latin America.
Graphics of the Americas 2004 takes place January 23, 24, and 25 at the Miami Beach Convention Center and is produced annually by the Printing Association of Florida, Inc., an industry trade association. TrendVision, the two day, high-powered strategic conference hosted by the world's biggest names in publishing, is being held in conjunction with Graphics of the Americas, on January 22 and 23. Complete information, including on-line show and seminar registration, hotel reservations, airline and rental car information, and itinerary planning, is available at www.graphicsoftheamericas.com.
For information call 1-800-749-4855. Outside the United States and Canada, please dial 305-558-4855.
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