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The convention is Jan 22 & 23 at Cenntenial Hall in Mesa. It is a great show. Lots of ideas. Bring a camera as some let you take pictures of their samples. I will be working at the Evolving Images booth so stop and say Hi.
I usually go to the one in Collinsville, Ill. It's one of the stops on the Rubber Stamp Events "Tour". We have a great time, and each year it seems to have more vendors. Definately worth the $6/ticket! I might try the Memphis convention this year.
I have gone to it many times in the past. The last one was in November. The spring one is usually in March or April, but they moved it up to get the winter visitors to come. I'm going to pass on it this time. Several of the vendors in November said they are not coming back so soon.
I went to the Tucson show 2 years ago and had a great time. The companies at that show are not in the Mesa show (something about the organizer having rules, etc.). A few of us are going to go to the Tucson show. It's a rubber stamp and scrapbook show.
I enjoy going even though I don't buy much, unless there are fun tools that SU doesn't have yet. You can also find versamark and stazon pads for a little cheaper. I love the ideas and the make & takes.
I went to the Tucson one last year and thought it was quite worthwhile..do take a camera, it helps with all the great ideas you see. I bought quite a few things (SO what else is new) It is worth a morning or afternoon to check it out.