Roland DGA Opens Atlanta Imagination Center
New hub will showcase the company’s latest technology and host in-person training.
Roland DGA (Irvine, CA) has opened a new regional office in Atlanta – the Atlanta Imagination Center – which will house the company’s newest products, host live product demonstrations, and serve as a hub for in-person and virtual training and events.
A grand opening event for the 5600-sq.-ft. facility was held on May 3 in conjunction with the start of the ISA International Sign Expo 2022 in Atlanta. The event included a welcome address by Roland DGA Vice President of Sales Amado Lara, an official ribbon-cutting ceremony and guided tours of the facility.
In addition to the new Atlanta office, Roland DGA has established similar facilities in Boston and Toronto.
For more information on the Atlanta Imagination Center, visit rolanddga.com/company/contact.
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