Neon lighting expert and Australian Sign and Graphics Association (ASGA) Vice President, Michael Blazek, is hosting a neon lighting webinar next month with a NSW golf day also planned.
The “Do’s and Don’ts of Neon Lighting Webinar” is to be held at 2.30pm on Wednesday 13 May. You can register to attend here.
The webinar will cover:
- compliance with BCA rules and standards
There will also be an opportunity to ask questions during the webinar.
NSW Sign and Print Golf Day
The other major event in planning at ASGA is the NSW Sign and Print Golf Day.
It will be held on Thursday 27 May at the Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club at West Ryde.
The day starts at 6.50am with breakfast with a shotgun start at 7.30am. A seated lunch will be held at 12.30pm with prize presentations.
Registrations for the golf day can be made here.
ASGA General Manager, Michael Punch, says the golf day will be a wonderful networking opportunity for the industry.
“This is a great opportunity for networking with industry and suppliers and having fun with staff, clients, friends and family,” he said.
“What better way to say goodbye to 2020 and reward yourself and staff than to engage in fun, team building activity. After having to forgo its highly anticipated golf day events last year, the ASGA is excited to be able to announce the first of several golf days planned for the year.”
The competition will be run in an Ambrose format: a team game in which every player hits the ball then all play their next shot from that location. Each team member must hit two drives and it promises to be a very social and fun event. ASGA can assist if needed in helping form teams of four players.
A drinks cart will be accessible during play with bar facilities available before and after play and plenty of prizes awarded on the day.
Cost: $150 inc GST per player. Includes breakfast, motorised cart, after golf presentations and buffet lunch. User-pay bar. Registrations close Thursday 20 May.
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