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December 2010

NNEP 2011-15th Anniversary

December 22, 2010

We are so excited to present NNEP 2011 – 15th Anniversary, the annual conference, trade show and industry garage sale for embroiderers and apparel decorators! NNEP 2011 – 15th Anniversary February 17-19, 2011 Share this:

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Speed Bump Cartoon for Apparel Decorators

December 20, 2010

Gotta love the mind and art of Dave Coverly, creator of the cartoon Speed Bump! Share this:

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Dallas/Ft. Worth or Houston for NNEP Show?

December 17, 2010

UPDATED: 10 minutes later…. So – There is a show in the Dallas/Ft. Worth market 2011… Share this:

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Snow Day

December 13, 2010

The NNEP Office is closed today due to a feisty blizzard.  Snow is 15″+ so far, drifts in some areas are 3′+!  We will return calls and emails when it is safe to get to the NNEP office.  Stay warm and safe everyone! Share this:

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Digitizing 201 Is Coming Soon!

December 9, 2010

We are posting this announcement on the NNEP blog on behalf of Tom Moore, of Strawberry Stitch.  His information is excellent, and we thought you’d like to know the next edition is about to become available! Share this:

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Deadline Extended for NNEP at Atlanta Gift & Home Furnishings Show

December 7, 2010

Expand Your Business Beyond Shirts, Caps, Sweats and Jackets – Attend AmericasMart The Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market January 13-15, 2011! Share this:

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Snow Day at NNEP

December 6, 2010

We woke up our first real snow this morning – the world is now a winter wonderland!  I happen to like winter and snow, so to me – this is always a day which I love…  Jessica, on the other hand – NOT SO MUCH!  She is not a snow-lover.  Too bad, since she lives [...]

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December 1, 2010

The power of the Internet is indescribable.  That being said, the “noise” of the Internet is equally indescribable.  SO, HOW on earth can you get “found” when someone is looking for embroidered or logo’d apparel? Share this:

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