Special Programs, Special Prizes at IGA Indpendents' Days National Convention and Spring Glass Show
With an expanded seminar track this year, the Independent Glass Association (IGA) is offering a smorgasbord of information to attendees of its Indpendents' Days National Convention and Spring Glass Show
In a seminar titled "What Worked for Me," scheduled for Saturday afternoon, peer learning takes new meaning as IGA members with great ideas that worked well (and a few that didn't) to share them with fellow attendees. One member won a free booth at a local bridal fair and turned it into a successful promotion; the manager of another glass shop fought against releasing his cost info to third party administrators-and won. They, and others, have been invited to discuss ideas on how to capitalize on different scenarios glass shops face and how to turn different situations into profit.
"What Worked for Me" will be held on the show floor on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. After the session, attendees to the IGA Spring Glass Show can try their hand at a hole-in-one putting contest sponsored by Shingle Creek Golf Club. Attendees who putt a hole-in-one will have their name entered into a raffle for a free weekend at the Rosen Plaza Hotel with four rounds of golf (to be redeemed within one year of the win). The drawing will take place at the end of the show and will be conducted by a representative from Shingle Creek.
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