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No Excuses. You Need to Attend the Powder Coating Show

Posted on Friday, August 1, 2014

If you are involved in powder coating or are looking at starting to use powder coating, you need to attend the Powder Coating Show on September 16-18 in Indianapolis. The industry is healthy and growing. Opportunities and new technologies abound. Your competitors will be there. In fact, this is the meeting place for professionals looking to get ahead in this multi-billion dollar industry.

According to the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), for every market that involves powder coating, manufacturing is growing quite nicely. For detail of the growth in each specific market, please refer to the chart below.

In addition to the data provided by NAM, we have the data provided at the PCI Annual Meeting report on the powder coating production in the United States which in the past two years has grown 11 percent.

The only question is, will you position yourself and your company to take advantage of the growth that manufacturing and powder coating is experiencing?

Technical Programming, Coating Solutions and Networking!

The Powder Coating Show offers 44 hours of top-level technical programming presented by some of the leading experts in the world. The exposition features nearly 100 of the most prominent companies serving the industry ready and willing to talk with you one-one-one to give you solutions to your toughest finishing challenges. And the networking opportunities are second to none including a Casino Night that benefits the PCI Scholarship Fund.

No excuses in 2014—take advantage of the economic tailwinds. Attend the Powder Coating Show! To register, visit www.

Overcoming the Character Deficit

At the Custom Coater Forum in March 2014, we were fortunate enough to have a sensational speaker—Michael Ross of Mainstream Life Solutions. He has written an equally sensational book called “Overcoming the Character Deficit,” available on

As one review reads, “More devastating than budget deficits and economic downturns, the Character Deficit has chipped away at our country, one individual at a time. Join Michael B. Ross as he explores the fascinating and frightening effects of the Character Deficit and empowers you to overcome the Character Deficit in your world. Ross discusses two main issues. First, he highlights America’s societal decay due to individual neglects in moral character. Second, he provides practical wisdom on how we can overcome the Character Deficit by growing in character.”

I highly recommend this book to inspire, educate and possibly change the path of your life.