Hi Marty and All, The Sax booths are 202 (technology), 203, 205, 207, 302, 304 and 306. I looked at the map and it looks like you are against the wall and not too close. I'll see if I can get away and come to your booth and you'll have to do the same. I'm looking forward to seeing EVERYONE!! Judy Nagel
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To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Sent: Saturday, March 10, 2001 10:10 PM
Subject: Come see me!
Hi all.......just wanted to invite you to come by and visit me at our
booth...#637 or #647....Square 1 Art . Who knows, maybe Judy and I will be
I'm the one that sends out the freebies and rejected products so they don't
go to waste and I'm dying to meet you all! Our GREAT products will be on
display and also focus on our new idea for THE GREAT WALL OF ART!
If you're going to the elementary luncheon, Debi West, an awesome art teacher
from Atlanta, Georgia will also be showing off her 1500 piece tile wall that
she did at her school, Rock Springs! The theme of the luncheon is "Let's
FACE it, 'ya gotta have ART". Debi, by the way, will brighten your day with
enthusiasm! She's also demonstrating for Sanford too so look for Debi too!
Also I want to show off our new products for 2001...wall clocks, quilt/fabric
squares, keepsake boxes with tile tops, and ceramic pins....... I even made
some jumbo pillows to put in our display made from the quilt/fabric squares
that I hope you'll rave about. There are several companies that are involved
in this particular industry but we just went HIGH TECH....HIGH PROFIT....and
VERY EASY for ART TEACHERS....since I AM a RETIRED ONE.......I made sure our
program is designed FOR YOU and YOUR BUDGET NEEDS! We scan the artwork that
you send to us so it's no hassle when parents place custom orders and
everything is done FOR YOU............we even give EVERY SINGLE student who
submits an original a FREE magnet made from their own artwork.........so
every artist is a "winner". Our profit is 33% or greater...and some teachers
prefer to establish their own prices too.
I hope those of you that I offered the freebies to were happy with your boxes