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DAX Chicago – Day 2

1st May 2010

DAX Chicago – Day 2

posted in Trade Shows |

10:00 a.m.  Doors are open and we’re starting to see people coming in.  Day 2 is starting!

10:22 a.m.  One of the issues that no one ever talks about at trade shows, getting your lead recording device to work.  Ours is being temperamental this show.

11:16 a.m.  It’s amazing how many people we’re seeing that are either doing embroidery and thinking about sublimation or doing sublimation and thinking about embroidery.  Just goes to show that being the place where people can get both is a good thing.

11:41 a.m.  One thing I will say for the DAX Shows, they feed you well.  Breakfast sandwiches, lunch and chocolate cake.   Plus they run a nice show.  What more can you ask for, really?

12;44 p.m.  SWF is in the booth right next to us.  It is fun to watch the machines run.  Of course the designs would sew out much more smoothly and look much better if they were sewing with Iris thread.

12;56 p.m.  One of the beauties of the smaller shows is that it allows you to talk to people on a deeper level.  We get to find out a lot about what they need and we get to tell them how EnMart can help them.  It’s a win/win for both parties.

1:18 p.m.  One of the great parts of having Ensign Emblem as our parent company is the fact that we have a lot of experience to share with our customers.  We can answer a lot of questions about embroidery and sublimation because we actually do embroidery and sublimation.  Not many other supply companies can say that.

1:44 p.m.  Best 50 kits going out the door!  The last few hours of any show are always the sale hours.  People have seen everything and now they know what they want to buy.

2:30 p.m. Show is starting to quiet down.  We end at 3 p.m. so people are making their last rounds.

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