How To Heat Print Event Coming to Cleveland Area

This photo has nothing to do with my post, but thought the car enthusiasts out there would appreciate this photo taken at the recent Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. This 1935 Model K coupe was designed and built by LeBaron and given a model designation number of 548. Only 23 of the two passenger coupes were built during 1935 and sold for $4,600–nearly ten times the price of a new Ford V-8 coupe. The LeBaron coupe for 1935 was a dramatic new design featuring three single side windows, a raked windshield and a padded top.

You may have already heard about Design, Decorate, Deliver educational event by reading the Stahls’ ID Blog, but we want to make sure you know about this how-to heat print event that is coming to the Cleveland area on September 12. Whether you are new to garment decorating, want to learn how to decorate or are a seasoned professional, there’s something for everyone who heat prints. This is a great chance to learn from one of the industry’s top experts, CAD-CUT Direct general manager Josh Ellsworth, among others.  There is fee ($50) to attend, but there is also the chance to enter to win free admission to the D3: Design, Decorate, Deliver event. If you want to participate in the drawing, just send us an email before September 4th telling us “Why I Want a Heat Press.” One winner will be randomly picked on September 5th and will receive free admission to D3 for up to two attendees (a $50 value), plus extra tickets for our Hotronix® Fusion heat press giveaway drawing. Send your essay, including your first and last name, the name of your company, telephone number, and the best time to reach you to groupestahlfb@gmail.com.

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