by Matt DeLaere, Marketing
Since the earliest days of North American settlement, men have traveled west to seek their fortunes. Spurred by the fur trade and the Hudson Bay Company’s trade network and followed later by a series of gold rushes, towns like Pile-of-Bones and Gastown started springing up around western Canada in the 1800s. With the completion of a transcontinental railroad, these settlements grew into metropolitan areas, with Pile-of-Bones taking on the far more regal name, Regina, and Gastown giving rise to Vancouver.
This week the crew from Stahls’ Canada travels west on their National Tour, spreading the word about heat printing and showing off all the latest heat transfer materials, heat presses, sign making equipment, and more.
The Tour kicks off in Vancouver on Friday, March 21st, at the Delta Vancouver suites. The following Monday, March 24th, the crew will play a home game, holding an event at the Stahls’ Canada Edmonton showroom. Then, on the 25th, they visit the Delta Bessborough in Saskatoon, and close out the western leg of the tour at the Delta Regina on March 26th. Admission to each event is free of charge.
At each stop along the way, they’ll have displays and demonstrations of equipment like the Hotronix® Fusion™ heat press and the Roland® BN-20 printer/cutter, materials like CAD-CUT® heat transfer materials and Stahls’ DMS sign media, and services like CAD-PRINTZ® full colour digital transfers and Custom Embroidered Patches.
They’ll also have plenty of information on the new Epson® SureColor® F2000 Direct-to-Garment Printer and how it can help make your business even more successful.
|Heat printing and scenery, too! The Delta Bessborough, location of the Saskatoon event.[Image from http://www.deltahotels.com]|
Attend any of the tour stops and you’ll receive a free souvenir T-shirt printed with the Epson DTG printer as well as a sample of Custom Embroidered Patches. Plus, one winner from each location will receive a free Mini-Tee Sample Ring (a $75 value).
For more details on each stop of the tour, including links to driving directions, visit the Stahls’ Canada National Tour page.