Expo East to Co-locate with Imprinted Sportswear Show in 2015
Expo East, produced by Promotional Products Association International (PPAI) in partnership with Specialty Advertising Association of Greater New York (SAAGNY), announced plans to co-locate Expo East with the Imprinted Sportswear Show, March 12-15, 2015, at the Atlantic City Convention Center in Atlantic City. The Expo East and ISS co-located show will feature a full day of education and professional development presented by PPAI on March 12, and three days of exhibition, March 13-15.
"PPAI is very pleased to work in partnership with ISS to present a co-located show," said Paul Bellantone, PPAI president and CEO. "The Expo East and ISS trade shows will allow attendees from up and down the East Coast and beyond to discover the industry's best products, services and professional development and offer an opportunity to celebrate all this great industry has to offer in an environment conducive to collaboration and community."
Jeff Brown, ISS show director said, "We are very excited to be working with the team over at PPAI. As the leader in the promotional products industry, PPAI has the perfect mix of buyers and manufacturers represented at Expo East to enhance the experience of everyone participating in ISS Atlantic City. The co-location of ISS Atlantic City and Expo East will be the beginning of what will be the show to attend in the Northeast for all companies in the decorated apparel and promotional products industries."
"Being associated with the largest trade show serving the decorated apparel industry is a considerable advantage to attendees," said Darel Cook, PPAI director of expositions. "By making available the best demonstration of technology, embroidery, digitizing and supply services, PPAI is contributing to the success of the overall industry. PPAI has experienced significant growth in membership and interest from decorators and will now have the opportunity to serve this important business segment, in a very direct way, through education and collaboration."