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WCAF show versus PMA show

Discussion in 'Grumble Archive pre 2004 Topics' started by JudyN, Dec 24, 2003.

  1. JudyN

    JudyN MGF, Master Grumble Framer

    Ok is it just me or is everyone getting about 2 or 3 e-mails from PMA about the Las Vegas Convention and Trade show daily?
    They ( the PMA ) seem to have a great price on the workshops( PASS around $120. ) but it appears there are not some of the venders I want to see there.

    Yesterday I got TWO calls from Picture Framing Magazine about THEIR West Coast ART & FRAME SHOW. I was VERY busy both times with the last minute rush. I explained this both times to the guy who called. "But it will just take 2 minutes to sign you up" he says! I told him to please call back after Christmas as I did not have 2 minutes.


    Anyway I think I am going to the WCAF show because the time is better for us and some of the venders I want to see will be there. The classes are a lot more though . The PASS price for classes was in the $400.00 range I believe
     
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  2. wpfay

    wpfay Angry Badger

    I opted for the WCAF. The education deal at the PMA/PPFA show is very tempting but there are 2 meetings at the WCAF that directed me to pick it.
    I got the same call from the folks at WCAF...guess they are concerned about attendance.
    Next year will be an easier choice when the PMA/PPFA convention moves to Orlando for a couple of years, then I can do both.
    Decor/Expo is having a show in Ft. Lauderdale at the same time as the WCAF....wonder how many vendors will be at both?

    edit: I am also getting the email barrage. You would think that they would back off a little. It is getting to be annoying, and I'm beginning to delete tha emails without reading them.

    [ 12-24-2003, 01:28 PM: Message edited by: wpfay ]
     
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