Graphics of the Americas Early-Bird Registration Nears End

ORLANDO—Jan. 20, 2011—Attendees are reaping the benefits of Graphics of the Americas’ (GOA) early bird registration discount—ending Monday, Jan. 31—which gives substantial savings for the myriad offerings at the 36th annual show.

Produced annually by the Printing Association of Florida, the GOA 2011 Super-Event—this year with co-located FESPA Americas, ISS Orlando and the crē8 conference; takes place at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando from Feb. 24-26, 2011.

Special advance registration rates
Attendees may take advantage of special pricing through Jan. 31 for GOA expo hall access, and can register for individual, multiple, or Total Access seminar passes in both English and Spanish. Bonus seminars, including the opening keynote Inspiring Digital Innovation presented by John S. Bracken, Director of the Knight News Challenge at the Knight Foundation, are also free with registration.

George Ryan, GOA President, says, “We are thrilled with the number of advance registrations we’ve received to date, and there is still ample time to take advantage of the early bird discount through the end of this month. Our offerings are far and wide, and we’ve made it very easy to register online for the various shows and conferences taking place at GOA this year.”

GOA’s Night Out at Epcot
One such fun and unique offering is an extra-special evening out at Walt Disney World’s Epcot with colleagues, friends and family on February 25, 2011. Experience the world-famous Future World and 11 different countries around the World ShowCase Lagoon. End the evening with IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth, a stunning symphony of lasers, music and fireworks.

The package is $65 per person and includes:

– Full Buffet Dinner & Desserts

– 6 p.m. admission to Walt Disney World’s Epcot

Space is limited to 500 attendees, so sign-up online now, or call 1-800-331-0462 for reservations. Transportation is available for $15 per person from the Orange County Convention Center to Epcot, and then returning to local hotels directly following.