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The PPAI Expo 2016 Continues To Draw Attendees’ Applause

The PPAI Expo 2016, or as it was known on social media, #BestExpoEver, has drawn praise from attendees for its new layout, process improvements and fresh features.

I have been going to PPAI shows for about 15 years and this was by far the best show. Seth Godin was perfect for our industry, but there were also many large and small improvements I noticed that made everything easier. The coat check was right where it needed to be to minimize steps, the check-in process worked very smoothly and even the FedEx shipping was the fastest I have ever experienced.

Certainly having the show on one floor made many things easier. After every event we host, we always sit down the very next day and debrief what went well and what could be improved, and it certainly seemed as though people were on top of improving everything that could be improved. Please pass on my thanks to your team. Thank you for a great show.

Kathy Finnerty Thomas

Stowebridge Promotion Group

Chandler, Arizona

UPIC: STOWE

Coming Next Month:

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