For Immediate Release
June 21, 2007
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Beth Cochran, email@example.com
Bi -Annual Textile Panel discussion on Sustainability, Seamless Knitting, Nanotechnology and The Bottom line at the Summer Outdoor Retailer Show
Tarzana, CA, June 25, 2007 From the developers of FabricLink.com and the TechnicalCenter, we bring you the popular Bi -Annual Textile Panel discussion on Sustainability, Seamless knitting, Nanotechnology and The Bottom line!
This provocative and timely discussion focuses on where the textile industry should and can go from here. Join FabricLink's Panel of experts in exploring some of the hottest trends and technologies impacting textiles used in the outdoor market. Find out what makes the most sense to improve your bottom line. The Panel will provide a balanced view from both the technical and product development sides. Bring your questions. The success of our past Panels and their strong attendance has magnified interest in this bi-annual series that brings together industry leaders to offer insights, ideas, and forecasts for developing, buying, and successfully selling textile products.
Friday, August 10, 2007, 7:30 to 9:00 AM Downtown Marriott, Salon D, Salt Lake City, UT
(across the street from the entrance to the show)
Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2007 Scheduled Panelists Include:
Sustainability: TBA, Corporate Social Responsibility Program Manager, REI
Seamless Knitting: Amit Tal, VP Marketing Sales, Tefron
Nanotechnology: Dennis Schneider, Director Marketing Sales, NanoHorizons, Inc.
Product Development: David Parkes, President, Concept III International
Product Development: Mark Lazarus, President, Laztech Consultants, Inc.
Moderator: Kathlyn Swantko, President, FabricLink/The Technical Center
Reports from the last winter discussion:
â€œA well-prepared panel!!! I like the diverse responses from the different technologies to common questions. Also, good questions from the moderators! â€œ
Attendee from the Dow Chemical Company
â€œHaving the industry professionals challenge and query one another is terrific!! â€œ
Ann Stables , Stables Inc. Communications
â€œReally insightful!!! I especially liked that the panelists sometimes challenged each other a bit.â€
Kathleen DesMareau, editor in chief, Apparel Magazine
â€œI enjoyed hearing the opinions of the speakers. It was very interesting to hear the different perspectives, as well as, the similarities. I also liked the format!â€
Cindi Brooks, sr. visual merchandiser, REI
We urge you to support our Outdoor Textile Industry while reaching your key customers at this primary event. Expanded event sponsorship benefits include increased logo and product opportunities both before and during the event, as well as online at TheTechnicalCenter.com and FabricLink.com web sites.
We look forward to your participation and assistance in presenting Keeping Your Product Development $$$ On Track -- Sustainability, Seamless Knitting, Nanotechnology and the bottom Line. We look forward to working with you.