Southern States/ISA Sign Show Slated for Atlanta in September 2009.
ALEXANDRIA, VA – July 27, 2009 – The International Sign Association (ISA) and the Southern States Sign Council (SSSC) announce the Southern States/ISA Sign Show will be held September 24 – 26, 2009, in Atlanta, Ga. Sign industry professionals throughout the Southeast region are invited to register for this educational and networking event. Hundreds of sign company representatives are expected to attend to conduct business, participate in networking events, and take advantage of educational offerings to help improve their businesses.
The Southern States/ISA Sign Show will feature exhibits, a robust slate of educational seminars, and networking events. The exhibit hall will feature table top exhibits from suppliers and distributors displaying the latest products and services available in the sign industry. In addition to a full exhibit hall, attendees are invited to register for a cutting-edge line-up of educational seminars, including the following offerings:
* Regulate the Brightness of EMCs & Enact Proper Zoning
* Neon Transformers, Power Supplies & UL2161 - What You Should Know
* Protect and Collect: Learn About Mechanic-s Lien & Bond Claim Laws
* Digital Imaging Design for a Competitive Advantage
* It-s Not Easy Being Green - Signs and the Environment
* Make Money Enhancing Vinyl Vehicle Graphics
Networking events at the show include a golf tournament at the North Fulton Golf Course, a poker tournament, a Custom/National Sign Company Reception, a silent auction, and an 80’s themed dance party.
Additional information about the Southern States/ISA Sign Show, including registration and a detailed schedule of events, can be found online at www.signs.org/SSSS.
The International Sign Association (ISA) is a 2,600-member trade association, the members of which are manufacturers, suppliers, and users of on-premise signs and sign products from the 50 United States and 60 countries around the world. ISA supports, promotes and improves the worldwide sign industry, which employs or directly impacts over 250,000 American workers and more than $49 billion in annual shipments.
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