Calling all Vendors to Exhibit at America’s Print Show 22

By now you may have heard about Americas PRINT Show (APS22), which is being held August 17-19, 2022 in Columbus, Ohio. Read on and see why your company should be an exhibitor (early bird deadline is February 14th)!
APS22 is a national three-day trade show targeting attendees from all walks of graphic communications, including offset and digital printers, large format and sign shops, finishers, and industry suppliers. Educational sessions are scheduled with nationally recognized speakers on critical industry related issues and trends.
Columbus, Ohio is a natural location for APS22. Here is why:
·      Centrally located, Columbus is a one-day drive from a number of large print markets including Chicago, Atlanta, Charlotte, Philadelphia, New York City, Toronto and Detroit.
·      The Columbus Convention Center, one of the busiest in North America, is adjacent to a vibrant entertainment district and connected directly to five hotels and 5,000 on-site parking spaces.
·      The non-union Columbus Convention Center will eliminate unproductive “work rules” and keep exhibitor costs down.
Participation in quality print industry shows should still be a significant part of your strategic plan; putting your company and its value proposition in front of many potential customers. Become an exhibitor and take advantage of APS22 and its central location, world class exhibit hall, dynamic locale, low labor costs, and non-union venue flexibility, an unbeatable value!
More than 50 exhibitors have already committed. Many industry associations, including Print & Graphic Communications Association, are supporting APS22 and holding meetings during the show.
After the last two years, our industry needs to come together to interact and learn. We hope that you will agree that APS22 has the potential to provide great value to attendees and exhibitors alike. Please make the commitment to exhibit today!

Contact me at or (716) 691-3211 with any questions.

Tim Freeman, President
Print & Graphic Communications Association


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