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NCECA Conference 2012

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#1 Jacqueline



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Posted 10 February 2012 - 06:56 PM

I live near Seattle and would like to attend the NCECA conference in Seattle to see the commercial exhibits. I am in the process of researching kilns, slabrollers and extruders and would really like to compare the manufacturers and products before buying my new studio equipment. Is there a way to get into the vendor area for one day without having to pay the large conference admission fee?

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 08:03 PM

Nope! You have to pay for one day of the conference to get into the vendor area ... but ... Go to the NCECA site where the daily program is online and pick your day. There are a lot of excellent programs being offered and you will enjoy them ... So find a day that interests you and take in some of the conference ... please stop by the Potters Council booth in the vendors area to see our juried show and say hi!!
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