As I wrote on SubliStuff’s sister blog yesterday, it’s been a while since I’ve blogged on a regular basis. I’m hoping to change that as my schedule goes back to a more normal routine, and so I wanted to start the new cycle of blogging with a kind of round up/catch up post. This post will mostly be a list of things I’ve been wanting to mention to you, but haven’t had the time to mention until now.
First on the docket, I want to mention that Sawgrass Ink has started a new blog. The blog is called How to Sublimate, and it’s a brilliant entry into a field that really needed some good, helpful blogs. I’m so excited that Sawgrass has started blogging. If you currently sublimate, or are considering it, this blog should definitely be on your must read list.
Second, I wanted to say thank you to everyone who came to see us at the NNEP shows in Nashville and Houston. We got to introduce a lot of people to sublimation and ChromaBlast and it was great fun to do so. I also want to say thank you to Jennifer, Arch and Susan, who once again put on some great shows for both exhibitors and attendees. The NNEP is a great organization.
Third, I wanted to give everyone a little advance notice of a price increase that will be occurring soon. In early September, prices for all our Geo. Knight heat presses will be rising. If you were thinking of buying a press, there are a still a few days to get your order in before the prices rise. While the increase won’t be that severe, everyone likes to save a little money, and placing an order now will help you do just that.
Fourth, anyone going to ISS Atlanta or ISS Ft. Worth should stop by and visit the EnMart booth at those shows. We will be in booth 332 at ISS Atlanta and booth 812 at ISS Ft. Worth. While we will not have a sublimation set-up in the booth, our sublimation expert will be at both shows and available to answer questions. It will definitely be worth the visit.
That’s about it for now. We will be going back to our regularly scheduled round of posting, so if there is a topic you would like to see covered, please share your suggestion.