PRINT 09 Adds 80 Exhibitors in Past 6 Weeks
RESTON, VA—August 11, 2009—The Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC) has announced an increase in exhibit sales for PRINT 09 in the past six weeks, with an astounding 80 exhibitors added to the show since mid-June. Together, these exhibitors add 14,000 additional sq. ft. of exhibit space to the year’s largest and most comprehensive global graphic communications exhibition and conference. PRINT 09 will take place September 11, 2009, in Chicago’s expansive McCormick Place.
“The fact that we have attracted 80 more exhibitors to PRINT 09 in such a short span of time, and so relatively close to the start of the show, is a testament to the unmatched sales and networking opportunities that PRINT offers for graphic communications professionals,” said Ralph Nappi, President of GASC. “Particularly in these challenging economic times, a show such as PRINT provides a valuable venue in which exhibitors and attendees can come together to meet like-minded industry colleagues, discuss the future outlook and learn new approaches for addressing their customers’ business challenges.”
The 80 newest exhibitors for PRINT 09 are a diverse, international group of companies representing all aspects of the graphic communications industry. They will add yet more depth and breadth to the array of the newest graphic communications technology and products to be demonstrated at PRINT 09. GASC provided an insiders’ sneak preview of some of these technologies during a special free webcast, “PRINT 09 MUST SEE ‘EMS: Advance Sneak Peek,” which presented an overview of the critical core technologies under consideration for MUST SEE ‘EMS designation at PRINT 09. To view the webcast, visit: www.graphicartsonline.com/webcasts.
PRINT 09 is expected to welcome more than 650 exhibitors showcasing the entire gamut of printing-related equipment, products and services this fall. The global graphic communications show will fill the North and South halls of the expansive McCormick Place with the latest technologies in commercial and quick printing, publishing, high-volume transactional output, package printing and more.
For complete information, visit: www.print09.com.