Roland DGA Opens New Atlanta Imagination Center

The new 5,600-square-foot facility is said to serve as a hub for both in-person and virtual training and events

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(Image courtesy Roland DGA)

Roland DGA, a provider of wide-format inkjet printers, vinyl cutters, and 3D milling machines, announces the opening of a new regional office in Atlanta, Georgia — the Atlanta Imagination Center — which will allow customers, prospects, and partners to access Roland DGA’s latest technologies in that region of the country.

According to the company, the Atlanta Imagination Center houses many of Roland DGA’s newest and best-selling products, allowing visitors to see the capabilities of these devices firsthand through live product demonstrations. Staffed by experienced application specialists, the new 5,600-square-foot facility is said to also serve as a hub for both in-person and virtual training and events.

The company conducted a grand opening event for the new facility on May 3. The event included a welcome address by Roland DGA Vice President of Sales Amado Lara, an official ribbon-cutting ceremony, and guided tours of the facility, plus a DJ, food, and drinks.

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The official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Atlanta Imagination Center. (Image courtesy Roland DGA)

“We are thrilled about the opening of our new Atlanta Imagination Center, and we were pleased that so many people could join us to mark the occasion and celebrate with us,” says Roland DGA President and CEO Andrew Oransky. “In addition to this new Atlanta office, we have another in Boston that’s centrally located for those in the Northeast and one in the Toronto, Canada area as well, expanding Roland DGA’s reach beyond our California headquarters. These regional offices — alongside our network of world-class resellers, roadshow program, and strong online presence — ensure our customers and partners can engage with us and see Roland DGA products in any way that suits them best.”

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

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