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Glass Expo Pacific Northwest™  
Brings the Best to Seattle  
lass industry education and net- metal industry. It will include educational  
For more information on exhibiting,  
working opportunities will be seminars designed specifically for the contact Tina Czar at tczar@glass.com  
heading to the Pacific Northwest glass and glazing industry, networking or 540/720-5584 ext. 115. Attendee  
this year with the return of Glass Expo Pa- opportunities to talk shop with suppliers registration is also available on the  
cific Northwest™ (GEPN). The event will and peers, and a trade show floor fea- event website.  
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take place June 2-3, 2016 at the Hyatt turing new products and innovations.  
Regency Bellevue in Bellevue, Wash.,  
ƒƒ®www.usglassmag.com/gepn  
(
suburban Seattle) and is co-sponsored  
MGA Maryland Glass Show Slated for April  
The 29th annual Mid-Atlantic Glass Association (MGA) Expo will be held  
Wednesday, April 20 from 3-9 p.m. at Martin’s Crosswinds in Greenbelt, Md.  
The event features the latest in architectural glass and glazing products,  
curtainwall/storefront systems, equipment/machinery, tools, mirrors, bath  
enclosures, sealants, adhesives, doors/hardware, computers and more.  
ƒƒ®www.midatlanticglass.org s  
by the Washington Glass Association,  
USGlass magazine, Architects’ Guide to  
Glass & Metal™ and USGNN.com™.  
GEPN is the region’s largest glass-re-  
lated conference and trade show dedi-  
cated to the architectural glass and  
Glass Expo  
Pacific  
Northwest  
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Glass Expo Pacific  
Northwest™ is back and  
returning to suburban  
Seattle in 2016!  
June 2-3, 2016  
Hyatt Regency Bellevue  
Bellevue, Washington  
(
suburban Seattle)  
For more information, visit  
www.usglassmag.com/gepn.  
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