Roland to Hold Open House at Atlanta Imagination Center
Roland DGA will host an open house event at its Atlanta Imagination Center on June 27, making it easy for print professionals within the region to see the very latest Roland DG wide-format technologies in action. Roland DGA will be conducting live, hands-on demonstrations of recent product introductions such as the TrueVIS LG Series UV printer/cutters, TrueVIS AP-640 Resin printer, VersaOBJECT CO Series flatbed and hybrid UV printers, and new Rotary Rack attachments for printing directly on cylindrical objects with Roland DG flatbeds. In addition, the Atlanta Open House will enable attendees to get a firsthand look at larger Roland DG products that are not commonly found in reseller showrooms, like the IU-1000F high-volume UV flatbed printer.
Those attending the event will also have an opportunity to discuss their business needs with Roland DGA’s product managers and obtain expert advice on which Roland DG solutions best suit their specific requirements. With the opening of its Atlanta office just a year ago, Roland DGA now offers resellers and potential customers in the region a place for product demonstrations on a regular basis – without the need to travel to or wait for industry events – while hosting trainings and special events as well.
“With this open house taking place in our Atlanta office, it will be convenient for prospective customers in the Southeastern U.S. to attend, get familiar with our newest products, and discover how these amazing devices can help build their respective businesses,” said Roland DGA’s Vice President of Sales, Dan Johansen. “Along with the informative product demos and one-on-one consultations, there will be food, drinks, and plenty of excitement.”
For additional details on the Roland DGA Atlanta Open House, or to register online to attend the event, click here.
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