Come see Marvin at the 2011 AIA Expo


Marvin and Integrity at AIA

The AIA Convention begins today, May 12, in New Orleans. This is an exciting trade show and a chance for architects and design professionals to discover new products and ideas.

Running through May 14, AIA 2011 promises to be full of information and education. According to AIA, the Exposition “introduces you to more than 800 exhibitors to discover new products, technologies, and services—professional resources that you can implement in your practice or project.

Marvin will be there (along with Integrity Windows and Doors). Stop by booth 1453 to see great products like the Ultimate Glider with the new White Painted Interior Finish and the ever-amazing Ultimate Lift and Slide. And don’t forget that we offer more than 150,000 product options that meet or exceed the stringent federal ENERGY STAR standards.

And the learning doesn’t stop there! The Conference has “200+ planned program offerings, including pre-convention workshops, theme presentations, continuing education learning units (CEUs) and expo education—all specifically designed to be convenient, plentiful, and well rounded. The diversity of offerings, from business planning to marketing and business development, from zero net energy design to building codes, allows you to enhance your knowledge of design, practice management, and career development.

Extending the learning opportunities beyond the convention center, AIA New Orleans will host a variety educational tours that explore the soulful flavor of the city’s architecture—from historic and modern, to recently restored. In just four days, and in a single location, you can earn all of the CEUs you need for 2011.”

If you can’t make it to the show, follow Marvin Windows for details about our new products, cool things we’re finding at the show and relevant 2011 trends.

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