Queensland printers flock to LIA race day

Terry Mays (pictured, second from left), committee member of the Lithographic Institute of Australia, told ProPrint that the event on 1 September was “very successful”.

“It was probably one of the most successful LIA events in Queensland in the last 10 years. People were very impressed,” he said.

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Mays had previously told ProPrint the Race Day was intended to “get the camaraderie back” in the local industry. He reported that the event provided attendees a chance to relax and socialise after the tough conditions of recent memory.

He said that the association would now look at making the Race Day an annual event.

“We’ve already had people wanting to commit to it for next year,” he said.

Mays added that the event also provided a boost in membership numbers, which he said would help the association provide discounted events in the future.

“The LIA is back in Queensland,” he said.

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