Roland DGA Hosts First Demo Days Roadshow Event

Print professionals were able to view products and interact with Roland experts in a socially distanced manner.

Roland DGA’s (Irvine, CA) Demo Days Roadshow truck recently made its first stop on its nationwide tour at Pacific Coast Sign Supply (Damascus, OR). Area print professionals met with Roland’s product experts and were able to view the company’s latest digital imaging products in action.

According to the company, the two-day stop gave attendees the chance to set up pre-arranged appointments and interactive product demos, with safety and social distancing protocols in place. “With physical trade shows cancelled everywhere due to the pandemic, partnering with Roland DGA allowed us to bring the latest products to prospective customers in a safe and effective manner,” said John Reinke, owner of Pacific Coast Sign Supply.

The Roland DGA Demo Days Roadshow trailer brings new Roland DG devices – many of which would not normally be displayed at authorized dealerships – to select dealer locations across the country for live product demonstrations.
The Roland DGA Demo Days Roadshow trailer brings new Roland devices to select dealer locations across the country for live product demonstrations.

Roland DGA has released additional dates and locations for its Demo Days Roadshow. The next stop will be Sept.  22-24 at the Sign Outlet Store in Lisle, IL, followed by stops in Brooklyn Heights, OH, Wakefield, MA, Roanoke, VA, and Orlando, FL.

For more information, visit rolanddga.com.

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