Following their successful spread in the latest In-Plant magazine, Spiel Associates has no plans of slowing down.
Long Island City, NY (PRWEB) March 13, 2013
Following their successful spread in the latest In-Plant magazine, Spiel Associates (http://spielassociates.com) has no plans of slowing down. In fact, Spiel has announced that they will be holding an open house event March 20th and 21st. The event will take place at 45-01 Northern Boulevard in Long Island City. Spiel’s now famous Sterling Digipunch and Coilmaster Jr., which were featured in the In-Plant magazine, will no doubt be making an appearance at the event, but Spiel also plans on showcasing some new additions to their line of bindery equipment exclusively at the open house event this March.
New machines to be shown include the Graphic Whizard In –Line Knife Folder, The Graphic Whizard SA Creaser, the Marlon EZ Inserter Coil Binder, and The MBM G2 Aerocut Slitter, Cutter, Creaser to name a few. Spiel’s marketing partner, Route 72 Systems, looks forward to the open house event and is confident that Spiel will not fail to impress. Founder and CEO of Route 72, Jim Alamia, states: “This open house event is like none other. Fan favorites such as the Sterling Digipunch will make their return to the spotlight and we have no doubt that Spiel’s new bindery machines will blow the guests away as well.”
Spiel has also announced that online users can now grab a sneak peek at the new bindery machines right on Spiel’s Youtube Channel before the open house event as well as access the latest developments of the company and their bindery equipment on their new Facebook page. As Spiel Associates moves forward, they will continue to make their presence known throughout the Internet marketplace. Jim Alamia states: “Spiel has jumped in head first into the digital arena. Their knowledge of bindery equipment and technology helps many make a smart purchase for their respective businesses. Their determination to inform their customers with informative content and video will speak volumes to online users.”