Roland DG hits the road for regional printers
Roland DG will add extra times and locations to its regional road show campaign following an overwhelming response to this year’s launch of its Creative Centre & Clinic Road Show, set to kick off in August.
The wide format company will embark on a series of road shows around Australia to demonstrate its latest wide format printing, cutting and engraving technology, with the company to hit the road in August with regional printers in mind.
Roland DG’s Creative Centre and Clinic road show will run from 13 August to 6 September and take in locations around New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, including Port Macquarie, Tamworth and Mount Gambia. The company is also set to announce further dates and locations following an eager response from customers.
“We are pleased with the excitement and response to our regional Road Show campaign, hence why we put this program together,” says John Wall, sales director at Roland DG Australia. “With dozens of registrations and many more enquiries following the news release last week, we were forced to bring plans to visit more areas forward to increase the coverage for our regional customers.”
The series of shows will feature the company’s new VersaSTUDIO BN-20 desktop printer/cutter, and a recently released double white ink configuration for VS Series printer/cutters. There will also be a range of creative application samples and solutions on display.
The company will also be taking its popular RolandClinic on the road, with the clinic usually located in metro NSW and Victoria, or large trade shows. For the first time, the clinic will be available to printers in regional centres, where it will provide free technical advice and workflow tips.
During this year’s road show, guests will also have the chance to win a V-CUT 44 inch print trimmer at each stop.
Dates & Locations:
- 13 August – Port Macquarie
- 14 August – Coffs Harbour
- 15 August – Lismore
- 16 August – Tamworth
- 22 August – Albury
- 23 August – Shepparton
- 3 September – Warrnambool
- 4 September – Mount Gambier
- 6 September – Mildura