Glass Expo Northeast - Mark the Dates Now!

Date: 10 November 2011
Source: Glass Expo Northeast
Glass Expo Northeast™, the leading provider of regional glass education for the Northeast area, will be returning to Long Island, the year after next, March 7-8, 2013.

Dedicated to providing educational seminars regarding architectural glass and general business management, the two-day event includes informational sessions, a trade show floor full of industry suppliers and networking opportunities, including a welcoming cocktail party.

Glass Expo Northeast™ will be held at the Hyatt Regency Long Island at Wind Watch Hotel & Golf Club in Long Island (Hauppauge), N.Y., and is co-sponsored by the Long Island Glass Association.

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Date: 10 November 2011
Source: Glass Expo Northeast

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