GRAPH EXPO Benefits Videos Released, Machinery Handling Incentive Announced

RESTON, VA—May 13, 2010—To showcase the value of exhibiting at GRAPH EXPO 2010, the year’s largest graphic communications exhibition and conference in the Americas, the Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC) has produced a series of new videos highlighting GRAPH EXPO’s many special show floor features. GRAPH EXPO 2010 will take place October 3 – 6, 2010, at Chicago’s McCormick Place South.

“For graphic communications professionals, GRAPH EXPO is the commercial printing, publishing, package printing, mailing and transactional exposition for the Americas,” said Ralph Nappi, GASC President. “What doesn’t always get as much notice, however, is how important and valuable the show is for vendors, too. These online videos are our way of showcasing the key aspects of GRAPH EXPO that make it such an effective and productive venue for exhibitors.”

The seven videos can be viewed on the GRAPH EXPO 2010 website, www.graphexpo.com (go to “Exhibiting,” then “Show Floor Section and Features,” or simply click on the “Media” tab from the GRAPH EXPO home page). There, industry vendors can watch a broad overview video about GRAPH EXPO that reveals just how it attracts a qualified buyer audience of thousands of graphic communications professionals who are eager to see and learn about the next generation of print from consultative exhibitors. The other videos spotlight each of the special on-the-show-floor sections at GRAPH EXPO including:

• Prepress/Software-Design, a bustling area on the show floor that encompasses everything from software applications and graphic design products and services to workflow management and CTP products

• Press/Finishing, the largest, most prominent and diverse section of the show floor, featuring the latest digital and offset printing technologies, as well as bindery and finishing equipment

• PackPrint, the show-within-a-show that devotes 17,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space to package printing, fastest-growing segment of the graphic communications industry

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