Marine Canvas Supplier, Miami Corp, at NECPA 2014

MaritimeEquipment.com
Wednesday, January 01, 2014

Miami Corporation, a leading supplier of marine interior and exterior trim products and awning fabrics, will be attending and exhibiting at the upcoming North East Canvas Products Association (NECPA) 2014 Awning and Marine Canvas Products Show, January 23-25, 2014 in Springfield, Massachusetts.

The company is looking forward to showcasing some of its large spectrum of awning and marine fabrics plus providing information on the entire line of products offered.

Miami Corp explains that NECPA is a trade association dedicated to helping canvas-related companies interact with one another, learn from each other, and generate interest and demand for canvas and other outdoor fabric-based products. Highlights of the conference include: seminars, industry updates, panel discussions, workshops designed for both awning and marine fabricators, demonstrations and more.

Plus, the Expo provides the opportunity to see and demonstrate the newest equipment and latest materials, get up to speed on the hottest colors and trends, and hear about new tools, tips, and tricks, plus so much more.

Miami Corporation’s Director of Marketing, Kerry Niehaus states, “We value the opportunity to personally attend these conferences so we can not only meet with others in our industry and continue to stay apprised of the latest in advancements, but also spend one-on-one time with our valued customers. We learn firsthand of their needs and how we can best serve them. It’s also a great way to answer questions and show the quality of all our products.”

http://www.miamicorp.com

 

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