Great Lakes Label LLC to host Labeling Innovation Summit on August 5th
On August 5th, from 12-4 pm, Great Lakes Label, LLC of Comstock Park, MI is holding a Labeling Innovation Summit. The event will feature the nation’s top suppliers and industry experts in the printing and packaging industry. The exhibitors include Kodak, Mark Andy, Avery Dennison, ACTEGA, SPG prints, Nicoat, Wilson Manufacturing Company, Fluid Sciences, Kurz Foils, and DMS Rotary Dies. Attendees of the Summit will gain insight on the latest packaging and labeling trends, state-of-the-art printing technologies, as well as an exclusive behind-the-scenes look of the flexographic printing process.
Expecting 100+ guests at the event, Great Lakes Label is providing everything from hands on demonstrations and entertainment to the free food and beer, courtesy of Slows BBQ and Perrin Brewing Company.
Great Lakes Label is a complete custom solution provider for the production and application of packaging materials and labels. Starting in 2002, Tony Cook built the business keying on the specific needs of customers by providing an exceptional product, with remarkable service, and on time. Some of their clients include General Electric, Meijer, and Steelcase Inc.
“Great Lakes Label has a strong commitment to supporting local and nationwide companies, and we rely on their support as well,” says Tony Cook, CEO of Great Lakes Label. “We believe that events like this will inspire more efforts to provide businesses with resources and foster stronger relationships.”
The deadline to RSVP for the free event is July 28th.
For more information, click the link below to download the event flyer with all the registration information and/or contact Diane Umoh at firstname.lastname@example.org
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