Free expo pass and more at the Imaging USA Expo

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In case you haven’t noticed, we’re hopping from trade show to trade show this month to spread the Blurb word and to meet as many Blurbarians as possible.

Next stop: Imaging USA, sponsored by Professional Photographers of America (PPA), in San Antonio, Texas, January 14 – 16. The expo has 500 plus booths showcasing gadgets and services, along with too many workshops to write up here. If you’re in the area, and don’t yet have a pass, you’re in luck. Just print out this complimentary pass (PDF), fill it out, bring it to the show, and you’re in!

You’ll find us at booth 1271 talking about our latest announcements and giving away free shipping postcards. In addition, we’re going to turn things around a bit. We’re asking all of you who’ve made Blurb books to bring your finished product to the booth for a little show and tell. It’s amazing how books come to life when the person behind them presents the back story. Drop by with your book and we’ll reward your efforts with a thank you T-shirt.

See you in San Antonio!

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2 Comments

  1. I met y’all at MacWorld on Tuesday and have been spreading the word a bit.

    Good luck at Imaging USA. I can’t make it this year due to scheduling issues (bring more handouts, and prep the server, y’all are going to get hit)

    Linux version? :-D

      January 12, 2007 – 2:06 pm   Permalink
  2. Hey Brian – Thanks for spreading the word. Sorry you can\’t make it to Imaging USA. We\’ll certainly be around at other shows throughout the year.

    Ah, and the Linux question. You\’ll find an answer in the comment section of our lone post in the Help & Customer Support category. I\’d link it here but WordPress is misbehaving.

    By Kathy
      January 12, 2007 – 4:14 pm   Permalink

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