Glass Expo Northeast™ ’19 is headed to the Long Island Marriott in Uniondale, N.Y., March 27-28. The event features top-notch educational programming, numerous networking opportunities, a show-floor bursting with exhibitors and a plethora of opportunities to win big.
Glass Expo Northeast invites attendees to participate in a stamp card promotional program. This initiative provides an excellent opportunity to spend time learning about all the new products and offerings on display, and the chance to earn some money.
To participate in the drawing, simply visit all the exhibitors listed on the back of the card during show hours and have a representative place a stamp on that company’s logo. Turn the completed card into the registration desk, which will be placed into a drawing for a chance to win $300 cash! Attendees do not have to be present at the drawing to win, but the card must be completely filled out in order to win.
As mentioned in a previous article, Glass Expo Northeast attendees are also eligible to win a number of door prizes. Winners of doors prizes will be drawn and announced every two hours during show times in the Grand Ballroom Foyer.
Attendees of Glass Expo Northeast are eligible to win:
- $100 MasterCard Gift Card donated by Sika Corporation.
- $200 Visa® Gift Card donated by Bella Architectural Products & Manufacturing Inc.
- $250 Amazon Gift Card donated by USGlass magazine.
- Juicer with accessories donated by USGlass magazine.
- Large screen TV donated by Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal.
- Set of Apple AirPods donated by USGNN.com.
- $200 Gift Card to Stub Hub donated by USGlass magazine.
Note: You must be present and claim your prize within 15 minutes of the announcement to win.
Don’t miss out on your chance to walk away a winner at Glass Expo Northeast. If you pre-register by Monday, March 11, 2019, you could avoid long lines and save up to $89, depending upon your type of registration
Glass Expo Northeast ’19 is co-sponsored by the Long Island Glass Association (LIGA), USGlass magazine, USGNN.com™ and Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal.