GRAPHICS PRO EXPO California Opens this Week

GPX Long Beach starts Thursday, Aug. 17, and runs through Saturday, Aug. 19


GRAPHICS PRO EXPO (GPX) in Long Beach, California, Aug. 17-19, brings exhibitors representing the full gamut of the graphics market – awards and personalization, apparel decorating, and sign and digital graphics – all featuring their latest products and services.

GPX also features WRAPSCON, the original event for wrappers, by wrappers, delivering the top practitioners of graphics design and installation from around the world to Southern California. Events and programs at WRAPSCON include the Wrap Olympics, live demos and education in the WRAPSCON section of the GPX exhibit hall, Meet the Masters @ WRAPSconnect panel discussion and Happy Hour, the Wraps Designer Panel, and more.

Free training opportunities abound at GPX Long Beach, kicking off Wednesday with an all-day class: Join the DTG/DTF Revolution sponsored by Hirsch Solutions. To see all the class options for the rest of the trade show, click here.

The exhibit hall opens Thursday, Aug. 17, and runs through Saturday, Aug. 19. At GPX Long Beach, see the latest products and technologies, learn new techniques, meet industry experts, connect with suppliers, and network with peers at The Mixer @ GPX at The Auld Dubliner in Long Beach, just around the corner from the convention center, on Friday, Aug. 18, from 5-6:30 p.m., sponsored by First Citizens Bank Equipment Finance (formerly CIT), ORAFOL Americas, and Radian Laser Systems LLC.

Gold Sponsors are Epilog Laser, First Citizens Bank Equipment Finance (formerly CIT), FlexiShield, and Procolored. Silver Sponsors are JDS and ORAFOL. You can see a full list of exhibitors and which booths they’ll be at here. Your free registration for GPX Long Beach also includes chances to win $500 in Buyer Bucks each day.

For more information about GPX Long Beach, click here.

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Marie Fennema

Marie Fennema is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO, including GRAPHICS PRO Today, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

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