Roland DGA Announces New Demo Days Roadshow Schedule for 2021

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10 New Roadshow "Stops" Throughout the Country Bring Company's Newest Products to Print Professionals for Safe, In-Person Demonstrations

The Roland DGA Demo Days Roadshow truck and trailer bring new and exciting Roland DG products to authorized dealers for live customer demos. The 2021 nationwide tour begins on April 15.

The Roland DGA Demo Days Roadshow truck and trailer bring new and exciting Roland DG products to authorized dealers for live customer demos. The 2021 nationwide tour begins on April 15.

"In addition to seeing new and exciting Roland DG products in action, the events create opportunities for shop owners to discuss their specific business needs with knowledgeable representatives, safely, at a nearby dealer location.” – Amado Lara, Roland DGA Director of Sales

Wide-format digital imaging leader Roland DGA has announced a new schedule of “Business Builder” Demo Days Roadshow stops for 2021 – unique events at authorized dealerships nationwide that enable print professionals to get a firsthand look at the company’s newest technologies safely and conveniently.

Last year’s series of Demo Days were extremely well received, prompting the company to expand the number of scheduled events to 10 this year compared to eight in 2020. Each event involves a two-day “stop” by roadshow truck carrying Roland DGA’s latest printers and printer/cutters. Attendees can set up pre-arranged appointments and interactive product demos at the dealership of their choice, with complete safety and social distancing protocols in place.

“We will be continuing the nationwide roadshow tour we started in 2020, which was incredibly popular,” said Roland DGA Director of Sales Amado Lara. “With the ongoing pandemic resulting in the cancellation of physical industry trade shows, these stops bring our latest and greatest devices to prospective customers. In addition to seeing new and exciting Roland DG products in action, the events create opportunities for shop owners to discuss their specific business needs with knowledgeable representatives, safely, at a nearby dealer location.”

This year’s Demo Days Roadshow tour will kick off with an April 15-16 stop at the Salt Lake City-based dealership Regional Supply Utah. After that initial event, the roadshow truck will make its way to nine additional Roland DGA authorized dealer locations across the country, including stops in Nevada, Michigan, Ohio, Maryland, Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and California. At each location, attendees will be able to see live demonstrations of next-generation Roland DG inkjets like the TrueVIS™ VG2 printer/cutter, TrueVIS™ VF2 printer, VersaUV® LEF2 flatbed UV printer, and newly launched VersaUV® LEC2 UV printer/cutter.

“Some of these devices, such as the newly launched LEC2-640, are newly launched products that attendees would normally have to attend a trade show to see,” noted Lara. “Having the opportunity to see machines like this in person – and obtain expert advice on how such devices can help build their respective businesses, makes attending one of our roadshow stops a worthwhile experience for any print provider.”

To view the complete 2021 Demo Days Roadshow schedule and arrange an exclusive appointment at a stop in your area, visit https://www.rolanddga.com/sites/2021-business-builder-events. For more information on Roland DGA Corporation or the complete Roland DGA product line, visit https://www.rolanddga.com.

About Roland DGA Corporation

Roland DGA Corporation serves North and South America as the marketing, sales, distribution and service arm for Roland DG Corporation. Founded in 1981 and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Roland DG of Hamamatsu, Japan is a worldwide leader in wide-format inkjet printers for the sign, apparel, textile, personalization and vehicle graphics markets; engravers for awards, giftware and ADA signage; photo impact printers for direct part marking; and 3D printers and CNC milling machines for the dental CAD/CAM, rapid prototyping, part manufacturing and medical industries.

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