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Roland DGA 2022 Demo Days Roadshow Schedule

Nine authorized dealers throughout the US are currently on the calendar, with more locations to follow.

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Roland DGA (Irvine, CA) has announced its new schedule of “Business Builder” Demo Days Roadshow stops for 2022 – events to bring the company’s latest technologies to print professionals throughout the US. The current schedule includes visits to nine different authorized Roland DGA dealerships nationwide, with more to be added later in the year. Each roadshow will be an “open-house” style event that makes it easy for attendees to see Roland DGA’s newest printers and printer/cutters in action: the recently launched third-generation TrueVIS VG3 and SG3 eco-solvent printer/cutters, the new VersaUV LEC2 Series UV printer/cutters and the VersaUV LEF2 Series benchtop flatbed printers.

The 2022 schedule will begin with a March 22-23 stop at the Tempe, AZ-based dealership Hansen Supply. Following that, the roadshow truck will make stops in Texas, Tennessee, Maryland, New York, Kentucky, Ohio, Washington and California.

“These stops make it possible for those who can’t attend larger industry tradeshows to see our latest and greatest products and get in-person demos at a nearby location,” said Amado Lara, Roland DGA’s Vice President of Sales.

Roland DGA conducted similar Demo Days Roadshow tours in 2020 and 2021, with a roadshow truck transporting the company’s latest product introductions to select dealerships for interactive demonstrations.

View the full 2022 Demo Days Roadshow schedule.

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