0501ctt CEX day 1 booth

The Cleveland I-X Center was a bustle of activity yesterday as exhibitors set up their booths in preparation for the 4th Ceramics Expo, May 1–3, 2018.

ACerS staff was busy setting up the ACerS booth, and after several hours we are ready!

Stop by booth #308, where Amazon’s Alexa will read you daily headlines from the Ceramic Tech Today blog from an Echo Dot. And while you’re there, register to win one of these gadgets—we’ll be giving away “a Dot a day” this week at the Expo.

While you’re visiting our booth, pick up some cool swag—we have glasses wipes, nifty new pens with the periodic table, and of course, our ever-popular Einsteins!

Are you looking for a specific vendor to buy ceramic components or equipment from? Pick up our new Corporate Partner Resource Guide with an alphabetical listing as well as product/service listings of ACerS Corporate Partners.

You can also learn more about ACerS Divisions and journals and find out what the Ceramic and Glass Industry Foundation has been up to.

Join ACerS on Wednesday from 2–3 p.m. for the Let’s Talk Ceramics coffee break, where you can chat with marketing and communications director and keynote speaker Eileen De Guire, as well as the rest of ACerS staff.

Are you looking for a community where you can expand your professional network, share your expertise with other like-minded individuals, and stay current with cutting-edge technology in your industry? There is no better community than ACerS!

We sure do!

Be sure to stop by the ACerS booth (#308) for swag, giveaways, information, and friendly faces!

Ceramics Expo exhibitors enjoyed a networking event last night after getting their booths set up and ready to welcome visitors today.

Smiles all around at the networking reception—because Ceramics Expo 2018 is finally here!

The reception provided a informal opportunity to catch up with others in the ceramic and glass industry.

Exhibitors are happy—they are ready to welcome thousands of visitors to the I-X Center over the next few days.

Mingling at the networking reception.

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