How to Save on the 2017 SGIA Expo
FAIRFAX, Va. - September 12, 2017 - Free registration and other discounts for the 2017 SGIA Expo (New Orleans, October 10-12) end tomorrow. But registering for the Expo no later than September 12 is just one way to cut costs as you take advantage of the largest printing industry trade show in North America.
Buy Event Tickets by September 12
In addition to saving $35 for admission to the Expo hall, attendees can save up to 33% on the Expo + Education pass and ticketed events -including Wide-Format 101, Your Business: Prepare for Success, Wrap Like a Pro training and the Printed Electronics Symposium - by beating the September 12 deadline. (A complete price list is available at SGIAExpo.org.)
Join and Save
Join SGIA as an individual member during registration and enjoy all the benefits of membership - including a free Expo + Education Pass! You’ll save up to $115 and get access to more than 570 exhibitors and over 40 educational sessions. It’s a deal you can’t miss!
Book Housing Through OnPeak
SGIA has partnered with OnPeak to negotiate the best hotel rates in town. Take advantage of the benefits, including automated rate checks to ensure you get the lowest rate and a book now, pay later policy. With more than 20 hotels in our block, you’ve got lots of options.
Do the SGIA Shuttle
Over half the hotels in the 2017 SGIA Expo housing block are within walking distance of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. For those that are not, we’ve arranged free shuttle buses. Take the shuttle and keep your cab fare down!
Join Us for a Drink
Stop by the Golden Image Gallery in the La Nouvelle Ballroom for SGIA’s Welcome Reception (Tuesday, October 10, 5:00–6:00 pm), sponsored by SA International. You’ll get to peruse the year’s best printing while you enjoy a beverage on us.
The 2017 SGIA Expo is a source of countless opportunities — from educational sessions to networking events to more than 570 suppliers. Join us in New Orleans for the energy that only comes from an SGIA Expo!
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