Microcom Corp., a global provider of thermal printers, will showcase its new 428plus ticketing series printers at the 34th Annual INTIX Conference and Exhibition held Jan. 29-31, 2013, at Disney's Contemporary Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Microcom Corp. President and CEO Steve Wolfe will be in attendance helping to educate the ticketing community on the economical and operational benefits of Microcom thermal ticket printers, including the 428plus series direct thermal ticket printers.
"Microcom's 428plus ticketing series was specifically designed for superior performance, heavy volume, on-demand printing," Wolfe said in an announcement. "Our 25-plus years in the thermal printing industry have allowed us to assemble an unparalleled group of engineers that develop products based on client needs. Microcom thermal printers are made to provide years of maintenance-free service."
The INTIX Conference and Exhibition brings together those involved in ticketing for the arts, professional sports, college athletics, arenas, fairs and festivals, ticket distribution, and entertainment management.
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