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METALfab2013 Focus on Success
National Ornamental & Miscellaneous Metals Association
55th Annual Convention & Exhibits March 20â€“23, Albuquerque, NM Hyatt Regency Albuquerque
METALfab2013 Focus on Success! Make your plans to join a dynamic group of fabricators and suppliers in Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 20–23, for METALfab2013. This is the perfect opportunity for you to Focus on Success by exploring new ideas, learning new skills and sharing experiences with the best in the business.
Education Program @ METALfab2013
The NOMMA Education Foundation (NEF) METALfab Education Committee lead by Lynn Parquette, Mueller Ornamental Iron Works Inc./Elite Architectural Metal Supply LLC, has created an outstanding education program for you. Here are some of the planned sessions. Remember to check the website (www.nomma.org) for updates on the education program. Find out the secrets to their success!
Come sit and have a candid discussion with leaders in our industry: Roger Carlsen, Ephraim Forge; Joe Turner, Turner Manufacturing; Ed Mack, Fine Architectural Metalsmiths; Dave Filippi, FabCAD Inc. just to name a few. Finding out what they know could be the difference for you in having a more successful business. Sales Ben Mosely, Heirloom Stair & Iron
As we climb out of this downturn, it is time to return to profitability again and stop running your business with the goal of survival. It all starts with sales. In this session, Ben will define the difference between a sale and a quality sale. Also covered in this session: n How to maximize the sale. n How to get residual benefits from the sale. n What tools to bring into the sales meeting. n How to avoid unproductive meetings. n How to avoid costly and unnecessary travel time by bringing the customer engagement to your own turf. n Most important you will learn how to overcome price objections and close the deal! Pattern making 3-D Scott Howell, Robinson Iron Corp.
Take a look at how digital pattern making has moved the time-honored craft of pattern making into the future. Architectural design Robert Baird, Historical Arts & Casting Inc.
Join Robert for a discussion on architectural design.
Robert spent several years in Washington working with the National Trust for Historic Preservation before returning to the private sector. He will share his wealth of experience on architectural design. Properties, performance and preservations Robert Baird, Historical Arts & Casting Inc.
This course explores the properties of architectural cast metals including: cast iron, bronze, and aluminum. Their benefits and advantages will be examined. Other topics discussed will be manufacturing, the sources of deterioration, and maintenance. Conservation and restoration methods will be covered referencing completed projects and practical applications. As an added treat, the documentary “ZCMI a Legacy Cast in Iron” will be screened. Combining technology & practice to merge field measuring to shop drawings, layout and field installation Mark O’Malley, O’Malley Welding & Fabricating Inc. Terry Barrett, Pinpoint Solutions
This class will show the tools, technology, and methodology used by these miscellaneous and ornamental businesses for merging the operations of field measuring, shop drawings, and shop and field layout. Discussion topics will include an array of lasers (electric, hand and homemade) for measuring; CAD; smart phone apps; other layout software. The presenters will share tried-and-true methods along with tips and tricks that they use. This class will be in two parts. The first part is a showand-tell of the different tools and their processes. The second part of the class will include the actual use of these tools and techniques on a stair or ramp in the hotel. Using patinas and dyes Ron Young, Sculpt Nouveau
Get all your questions on using patinas and dyes answered. In this workshop instructor Ron Young will METALfab 2013 Convention Guide
METALfab2013 METALfab 2013schedule Schedule Wednesday 3/20/13
8:00 AM 8:30 AM 9:00 AM 9:30 AM
First Time Attendee 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
10:00 AM 10:30 AM
10:15 AM - 11:30 AM
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Education 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
9:45 AM - 11:15 AM
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Optional Spouse Tour
Exhibits Spouse Classes
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
2:45 PM - 4:15 PM
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
2:15 PM - 3:15 PM
3:00 PM 3:30 PM 4:00 PM 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 9:00 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
3:15 PM - 4:45 PM Education 3:45 PM - 5:15 PM
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Top Job Jamboree
Theme Dinner 6:30 PM - 10:30 PM NEF Auctions
NEF Partners in Education Reception 6:45 PM - 7:45 PM
Exhibits & Reception 4:15 PM - 7:30 PM
present patinas and finishes for iron and steel as well as aluminum, stainless, and bronze. Ron will show metal rubs, solvent dyes, water base dye oxides, mica powders, surface preparation, safety procedures, protective coatings, and waxes. In addition, tools will be explained. Skills to becoming a better salesperson Joe Turner, Turner Mfg. Co.
Joe will share his years of experience as a master salesperson to show you how to sell your jobs and how to work with the client on the best material and style needed to fit in the surroundings.
LEED made easy Tom Zuzik, Artistic Railings Inc.
LEED can be complicated, but Tom walks you through the process with ease. Learn about information that is specific to the ornamental and architectural metals. Trends in glass railing design Valerie Block, DuPont Glass Laminating Solutions
Glass railing systems are being designed with less metal â€” putting more of an emphasis on the structural and safety performance of the glass. In many cases, laminated glass is being used over monolithic tempered glass to provide the added structural and safety properties necessary. ASTM E 2353 and E 2358 address the testing and specification of glass in glass railing systems, guards, and balustrades. The Canadian Standards Association is currently November / December 2012 n Fabricator
Awards Banquet 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM
working on the development of a standard, following incidences of falling glass in Toronto. The International Building Code in the United States, as well as the Florida Building Code, requires laminated glass in exterior glass railings for protection against wind-borne debris. Typically fabricated with heat-strengthened or tempered glass, laminated glass will retain glass fragments in the event of breakage. By doing so, the glass balcony will continue to serve as a barrier until replacement can be made. In addition, the risk of falling glass is averted, creating a safer environment for people walking on the street below. This presentation will address trends in glass railing design and the growing use of laminated glass in these systems. Oustanding shop tours planned for METALfab2013
Shop Tours are back for 2013. So far, three shops are confirmed for the tours and a few more in the works. James Minter (2013 Shop Tour Chair) has the following facilities scheduled: n Kenneth Ray, Raysteel Inc., Albuquerque. n Robb Gunter, Architectural Metals, Tigeras, NM. n Pete Shufelt, Backerworks Skilled Welding, Albuquerque. Backerworks is a fabricating facility that does a lot of work for the Sandia National Laboratories and Los Alamos. They also do some warhead manufacture in Amarillo, TX. This is a great line up, but be sure and check back (www. nomma.org) for additional shops as they are confirmed. 3
METALfab2013 Focus on Success! Spouse Program @ METALfab2013
Sue Minter, spouse program chair, has planned an exciting program for METALfab2013. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn and practice what they have learned with three wonderful classes taught by outstanding local and national artists. This is all part of the Spouse Registration offered for METALfab2013. Classes will be taught on Thursday, March 21, and the tour will be Saturday, March 23. Other events included in the spouse registration are: n Exhibits, n Theme Dinner & n NEF Auction, n NEF Partners in Education reception, and the n Awards Banquet.
Spanish Colonial Tinwork. Jason is a juried member of the Spanish Colonial Arts Society and teaches for Albuquerque’s Senior Arts program. All necessary tools, materials and instruction will be provided and all experience levels are welcome. You’ll enjoy a presentation on the history of tin and Spanish Colonial Art in New Mexico, a review of safety procedures and basic skills, and demonstrations with instruction on how to create your own art. You will create your own handcrafted keepsake to take home. Spouse tour, Saturday, March 23
You will travel north to historic and picturesque Santa Fe. Founded in 1610, Santa Fe was the last stop on the Camino Real, the fabled Royal Road that stretched from Mexico City to the northernmost reaches of the Spanish Empire. Today, it is the heart and soul of Spouse classes the Southwest, and “Santa Fe Style” For those who participated in is synonymous with the best in the the spouse program in Orlando, region. Its historic Plaza, winding you were fortunate to have the streets, covered arcades, hidden experience of working in acrylics gardens, and Pueblo-style architecwith renowned artist Maxine ture reflect the blending of Indian, Minter. Hispanic, and Anglo cultures. This year you will tackle a new Guided walking tour. Upon arrival you will take a guided subject and have fun tapping your walking tour, visiting the historic hidden talents. We had some great Plaza, St. Francis Cathedral, the auction items from this class. Loretto Chapel (see photo), with its Joe Dan Lowry is an internationally known expert on New “miraculous” staircase, and the San Miguel Mission. Mexico’s state gemstone and the Lunch. Enjoy lunch at La Casa popular mineral most often Sena, the historic house built by associated with the Southwest and Major Jose Sena in the 1860s. Native American jewelry — turLoretto Chapel Miraculous Staircase. La Casa Sena features an quoise. A phosphate of aluminum Photo Credit: Daniel Nadelbach. internationally acclaimed menu that contains small quantities of drawn from the best in Santa Fe and copper and iron, turquoise has been prized throughout the centuries as a medical wonder, southwestern cuisine, and is a recipient of Wine Spectator’s ornament, and religious symbol. “Best Award of Excellence.” Joe Dan is the author of Turquoise Unearthed: An An incomparable collection of museum-quality paintings Illustrated Guide and Turquoise: the World Story of a adds to the ambiance. Fascinating Gemstone. On your own. You may continue to explore on your own This is an entertaining and informative lecture and or indulge in a southwestern shopping spree at the many presentation. Joe Dan will also have some of his pieces unique specialty stores and galleries around the Plaza. available for purchase. Nearly all the city’s main cultural attractions are also Jason Younis y Delgado is a fifth-generation tinsmith, within walking distance of the Plaza, including the Georgia and the owner of the TINtero gallery in Albuquerque’s Old O’Keeffe Museum and the Palace of the Governors. Town. He will conduct an open workshop in traditional 4
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Exhibitors @ METALfab2013 Join the exhibitors to experience their products, learn about their services, and educate yourself on the possibilities for the future. We have a great group of exhibitors signed up for METALfab2013 at the Hyatt Regency. Exhibitor demo classes are scheduled for Thursday. You can learn more about their products and services. Schedule for exhibits n Wednesday, March 20, 4:15 pm–7:30 pm:
Exhibits and Reception.
n Thursday, March 21, 10:00 am–4:00 pm:
Exhibits and Demo Classes.
n Friday, March 22, 9:00 am–12:00 pm:
Exhibits and Breakfast.
Sponsors @ METALfab2013 as of 9/17/2012
as of 9/17/2012 Company Name.................. Web address The Cable Connection.......... www.thecableconnection.com Carell Corp............................ www.carellcorp.com CML USA Inc. Ercolina....... www.ercolina-usa.com Colorado Waterjet Co.......... www. coloradowaterjet.com Custom Orn. Iron Works..... www.customironworks.com D.J.A. Imports Ltd................. www.djaimports.com DeVilbiss, Ransburg, BGK, Binks......................... www.finishingbrands.com Doringer Cold Saws.............. www.doringer.com Eagle Bending Machines Inc....................... www.eaglebendingmachines.com Elite Architectural Metal Supply LLC............... www.elitearchitecturalmetal.com ETemplate Systems............... www.etemplatesystem.com FabCAD Inc........................... www.fabcad.com Feeney Inc.............................. www.feeneyarchitectural.com Hebo/Stratford Gate Systems Inc................ www.usahebo.com Industrial Coverage Corp.................... www.industrialcoverage.com King Architectural Metals.......... www.kingmetals.com Lavi Industries....................... www.lavi.com Lawler Foundry Corp........... www.lawlerfoundry.com Marks USA............................ www.marksusa.com Metabo Corp......................... www.metabo.com Mittler Bros. Machine & Tool.................. www.mittlerbros.com NOMMA/NEF/ NOMMA Chapters............ www.nomma.org Regency Railings Inc............ www.regencyrailings.com Sumter Coatings.................... www.sumtercoatings.com
Platinum Industrial Coverage Corp..............www.industrialcoverage.com Gold Colorado Waterjet..........www.coloradowaterjet.com Silver King Architectural Metals....www.kingmetals.com
Thank you to these outstanding companies for the support of METALfab2013!
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METALfab2013 Focus on Success! Hotel Reservations @ METALfab2013
Registration @ METALfab2013
Make your reservation early!
Two ways to register:
METALfab2013 events will be held at the host hotel, Hyatt Regency Albuquerque. The hotel has reserved a special block of rooms for METALfab attendees. Book your room early to be part of the networking after hours. Attendees always find great conversations in the lobby or bar during METALfab. This can be one of the most important moments when someone shares an idea that can make a big difference to your future. Hyatt Regency Albuquerque 330 Tijeras NW Albuquerque, NM Room rates per night for METALfab2013 Single/Double $129 Triple $154 Quadruple $179 Suites $350 Room rates are quoted exclusive of applicable state and local taxes or applicable service or hotel specific fees in effect at the hotel at meeting time. Different room types, such as panoramic views, are available for additional charges. After 2/24/2013 or when the block sells out, this rate will not be available. Check the NOMMA website (www.nomma.org) for the link to make your reservation online. If you wish, make your reservation by calling 888-421-1442 (toll free) or 402-5926464 (non-toll free). Be sure and mention that you are with METALfab/NOMMA.
Convention Guide Cover Photo Credit: Anvil Craft Corp., Easton, PA.
1 Go to the NOMMA website www.nomma.org and register online using your credit card OR 2 Fill out the registration form enclosed in the convention guide and submit with check or credit card. Mailing address for registrations NOMMA 805 S. Glynn, Ste. 127, #311 Fayetteville, GA 30214 Fax number for registrations to 888-279-7994. Online registration will be turned off on 3/14/2013. Afterward, you can register onsite at the METALfab registration desk in the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque. Reduced registration fees the earlier you register
This year the earlier you register the better the rate. An example of the savings on a Full Conference Package for NOMMA Members: n Early Bird $420 (Deadline 2/14/2013). n Regular $450 (Deadline 3/8/2013). n Late $550 (After 3/8/2013). We still have the multiple attendees from the same company discount for NOMMA member companies. Non-members save money on registration by becoming a member, which saves you about $200 on each registration. Plus, youâ€™re eligible for the multiple attendee discount. When your comÂ pany joins NOMMA, all of your employees qualify for the member registration rate. For membership information go to www.nomma.org or contact Liz Johnson, Member Care & Operations Manager at 888-516-8585 x 101, email@example.com.
Host hotel: Hyatt Regency Albuquerque. Photo credit: Hyatt Hotels.
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Special Invitation to Focus on Success @ METALfab2013 NOMMA and the NOMMA Education Foundation work together to make METALfab2013 an exciting event for you. Leaders of the Foundation, Roger Carlsen (NEF Chair) and Will Keeler (NOMMA President), briefly describe below what METALfab has meant to them and why they believe that you should join us @METALfab2013 to Focus on Success. Will Keeler, President of NOMMA
It is my pleasure to invite you to attend METALfab2013. During these difficult economic times, NOMMA recognizes the imperative that you get a return on your investment for attending the conference. Well, I believe the hard working convention committee has done a fantastic job lining up an education program and interesting shop tours that will do just that. I have attended nearly 20 METALfab conventions, and I always leave with knowledge of new products, technologies, fabrication methods, better business practices, and a renewed excitement for doing my job. Please join me at METALfab2013 in Albuquerque, March 20–23, to recharge your batteries and Focus on Success.
Roger Carlsen, Chair of the NOMMA Education Foundation
Anyone who has used the NOMMA ListServ realizes how valuable this forum is. Even though we know this benefit is worth the cost of our annual membership, we have thought “wouldn’t it be even better if we could actually talk to the person who responded to our post? Many times I have thought “I would just like to be able to put a face with the names of the people that seem so intriguing on the NOMMA ListServ.” All of this and more can happen at METALfab2013 in Albuquerque, NM, March 20–23. METALfab is like “reality ListServ” on steroids. Not only will you meet, greet, and talk with people you have seen post on the ListServ, but there is so much more. Each year that I attend METALfab, I come away with a wealth of information and a greater wealth of friends. I encourage everyone to see this as an investment in you and your business! Register today and be sure and stay at the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque so that you can enjoy the after hour conversations.
Special Events @ METALfab2013 Opportunities abound at METALfab to spend time with fellow attendees in a casual surrounding but that does not mean that the learning has stopped. One conversation can lead to the solution to a challenge you’re facing. Be sure and attend these special events (see schedule on page 49) to continue your Focus on Success. .
The Top Job Jamboree on Friday afternoon gives you the opportunity to learn more about the entries from their creators. The climax to the outstanding program is the presentation of the awards on Saturday evening at the Awards Banquet.
First-time attendee orientation
Here’s where METALfab attendees come together for a night of fun, food and exciting auctions. This year southwestern attire is the style. This is your opportunity to bid on the wonderful items in the live and silent auctions that you have seen displayed in the exhibit area. To donate an item for the auction, contact Martha Pennington (martha@ nomma.org or 888-516-858 x 104) or go to www.nomma.org for an auction donation form.
First-time attendees meet the NOMMA leadership and learn more about NOMMA, the NOMMA Education Foundation, and METALfab. Opening session: Annual Membership Business Meeting
This provides great speakers, important information, and time to handle the business of the association. Top Job display & voting
This is your chance to view the entries in the 2013 Ernest Wiemann Top Job Contest. Member companies will cast their ballots on Wednesday and Thursday during show hours. November / December 2012 n Fabricator
Thursday night celebration and NEF Auctions
NEF Partners in Education Reception
The NOMMA Education Foundation will thank its supporters for all
NEF Auction table. Donate an item!
that they do for the foundation and its programs. Join NEF on Friday night for this special reception. Awards Banquet and officer installation
A wonderful event to close an exciting week of activity. Saturday night’s banquet is a special event where we recognize members for their service, present Top Job Awards, and install the newly elected officers and directors.
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Extend your stay; Albuquerque is worth it Albuquerque, NM is a wonderful place to visit. The true southwest awaits you. Immerse yourself in the rich culture and heritage rooted in centuries of history. Soak in the blue skies and sun that shines about 310 days a year, perfect for outdoor activities, such as ballooning, biking, hiking, golfing, and touring. Whether you want to visit native American pueblos, try hot air ballooning, or enjoy outstanding local cuisine, Albuquerque is ranked among the top 10 U.S. Value Destination by Hotwire.com. Go to www.itsatrip.org for more information on Albuquerque.
Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Each year the Balloon Fiesta offers a great variety of balloons, you won’t find two alike.
Five reasons to visit Albuquerque
Photo credit: Raymond Watt.
Arts. Ranked as one of the top arts destinations in the country, Albuquerque offers abundance and variety to anyone seeking traditional or contemporary arts and culture.
Ballooning. Home to the International Balloon Festival — the clear skies, clam winds, and mild temperatures are the norm in Albuquerque encouraging hot air ballooning year round. With more than 300 resident balloonists this could be your opportunity to take a ride.
Culture and Heritage. Albuquerque is a culturally diverse city. This rich heritage is reflected in the architecture, artwork, cultural centers, and cuisine.
History. Many forces have developed the character of Albuquerque, from the native American population to the Spanish explorers and the residents of today. There are Cuisine. Meals in many connections to the past Albuquerque allow you to from ancient rock carvings at Gathering of Nations Pow Wow. World’s largest pow wow with more Pietroglyph National Monuexperience the exotic, than 500 tribes held annually in Albuquerque in the Spring. addictive flavors of ment, the historic Old Town Credit: Gathering of Nations, Derek Mathews. America’s most unique Plaza, and the trail of vintage and historic regional neon signs along Route 66. Take cuisine. some time and explore Albuquerque. Experience the blend of native American food, such as METALfab2013 promises to be a wonderful experience so blue corn and squash with chile peppers, wheat flour, pork be sure and mark your calendar for March 20–23. Check the from the Spanish settlers, which created a distinctly New NOMMA website for additional information as well as Mexican Cuisine. You will soon learn to answer your servers following #METALfab2013 on Twitter. questions — “red or green?” with authority or say “Christmas” and get both red and green chile. See You in Albuquerque!
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METALfab2013 Attendee Registration Form Hyatt Regency, 330 Tijeras NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 20–23, 2013 See the Convention Guide or go to www.nomma.org for course and event descriptions. Note deadlines for special pricing: Early Bird rate applies through 2/14/13, Regular registration must be received by 3/8/13. Late registration Late fee applies after 3/8/2013. Registration must be received or processed online by the cut-off date to receive special rate.
Step 1: NOMMA Member Registration Options Choose your registration type and enter the names for badges.
❑ Full Conference Package
Early Bird (2/14/13)
Late (after 3/8/13)
Opening Session (Keynote)
1 full registration .........................$420 ..................................... $450 ...................................$550
2 full same company .................$380 ..................................... $410 ...................................$510
3 full same company .................$345 ..................................... $375 ...................................$475
4+ full same company ..............$315 ...................................... $345 ...................................$445
❑ Spouse/Guest Package $325
❑ Education and Exhibits Package $320 Early Bird (2/14/13)
Exhibits & Opening Reception (Wed., 3/20/13)
$350 Regular (3/8/13)
Theme Dinner/NEF Auction (Thu., 3/21/12)
$450 Late (after 3/8/13)
Special Classes for Spouses (Thu., 3/21/12)
Opening Session (Keynote)
Awards Banquet (Sat., 3/23/12) Spouse Tour — Santa Fe Tour (Sat., 3/23/12)
Shop Tours Education Program
This registration is not available after 3/14/13. Spouse classes
are available only with this registration — not sold separately.
Name_____________________________________________________ Name_____________________________________________________ Name_____________________________________________________ Name_____________________________________________________
Non-Member Registration Reduced pricing for multiple attendees is not available with non-member registration. ❑ $425 Make our company a NOMMA member so that we can take advantage of the great member pricing above.
Early Bird, 2/14/13
Late, after 3/8/13
Full Package ..............$620 ...........................$650 .......................... $750 Name______________________________________________________ Educ. & Exhibits ........ $520 ...........................$550 .......................... $650 Name______________________________________________________ Spouse Package ....... $525 ...........................$555 .......................... $655 Name______________________________________________________ Individual Tickets Tickets will not be available on site. ❑ Theme Dinner (Thurs. 3/21/13) $99
❑ Spouse Tour — Sanata Fe (Sat. 3/23/13) $110*
* Limited number of tickets available. Will not be available onsite.
❑ Awards Banquet (Sat. 3/23/13) $70
Step 2: Payment Method Select payment type Check (payable to NOMMA in U.S. dollars on U.S. bank) Check #_____________ ❑ American Express
Card #__________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date_________________________________________ Name on card____________________________________________________________ Card CVV_________________________________________ Signature___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Continued on page 56 METALfab 2013 Convention Guide
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Step 3: Tell Us About Yourself Be sure and enter name(s) beside appropriate registrations that you selected on other side of this form. Company _______________________________________________________________________ Address_________________________________________________________________________
Please check the appropriate ribbon below for inclusion in your registration packet. ❑ New Member
❑ Committee Member
❑ First-Time Attendee
❑ Chapter President
❑ Fabricator Member
❑ Chapter Member
City_____________________________________________________________________________ ❑ NW Supplier Member
❑ NEF Contributor
State ___________ Zip_____________________ Country_________________________________ ❑ Regional Supplier
❑ Gold Member —
Email___________________________________________________________________________ Phone___________________________________ Fax____________________________________ On-site Emergency Contact Number_________________________________________________
Member ❑ Local Supplier Member ❑ Affiliate Member
Person to contact in case of emergency______________________________________________ ❑ Committee Chair
20+ Years ❑ Past President ❑ BOD
❑ NEF Trustee ❑ Officer ❑ Speaker/Presenter
Step 4: Attendee Profile Tell us about your business. This portion of the registration must be completed for processing. ❑ Check here if you are not involved in the business. If you are not involved in the business, this is all of the information needed. Thank you. List three (3) products you hope to purchase from contacts at METALfab 2013: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1) Primary type of business ❑ Fabricator ❑ General Supplier ❑ Contractor ❑ Other____________________
2) Annual gross sales 3) Your role in purchasing ❑ Below $1 million ❑ Final Say ❑ $1–$2.5 million ❑ Recommend ❑ $2.5–$5 million ❑ Specify ❑ Over $5 million
4) Job description ❑ Owner ❑ Manager/Foreman ❑ Other____________ ___________________
Important Information Registration Registrants can pick up their packets at the METALfab/NOMMA registration desk in the Pavillion Landing of the Hyatt Hotel. Restrictions Attendees for the exhibits must be 14 years of age or older for insurance purposes. Cancellations If received in writing prior to March 14, we will be happy to refund your registration fee, less a 10% administrative fee. Understandably fees cannot be refunded for registrations cancelled after that date. Registrations are nontransferable without the written permission of NOMMA. Refunds will be processed within 30 days after the completion of the conference. Cameras Photography and videotaping are not permitted in the exhibit area, education sessions, or Top Job Gallery. Emergency Contact We would like to have a contact name and phone number in case of an emergency. This person would be contacted only in the event that you were unable to contact them yourself. Confirmation & Updates Your confirmation and any updates will be sent by email, so please provide your email address. Email Address Your email address will be provided to the exhibitors on their attendee list. If you do not wish to have your email address provided to the exhibitors, please opt out by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Email Opt Out for Exhibitors.” This will also opt you out for updates about METALfab. Online Registrations Online registration is available for credit card payment. Recorded Sessions By registering for METALfab you are authorizing the use of any photographs, name, and/or likeliness in any recorded session. Questions?
METALfab 2013 / NOMMA
Call 888-516-8585, extension 101, or email email@example.com.
805 South Glynn St., Ste. 127, # 311
For updated information go to www.nomma.org.
Fayetteville, GA 30214
Online Registration is available on the NOMMA website www.nomma.org.
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