PRINTING United is only a month away! The team at Chromaline is excited to be exhibiting at this brand new trade show (formerly the SGIA Expo) at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in downtown Dallas. As we wrap up finishing touches on our screen printing booth display, we are also planning our adventures outside of the convention. Here are the top five things we are looking forward to exploring during our stay in Dallas.
1. Dallas Cowboys Stadium Tour at AT&T Stadium
If all travel arrangements go according to plan, we should be able to get to the convention center, get our booth setup, and still have time to do the 4:30 p.m. VIP Guided Tour at AT&T Stadium, the world's largest domed structure and home of the Dallas Cowboys. Unfortunately there is not a game while we are in town, but getting the AT&T Stadium tour experience is still something we are looking forward to.
2. Reunion Tower GeO-Deck & Wolfgang Puck's Five Sixty
The Reunion Tower on Reunion Boulevard in Downtown Dallas is a must on our to-do list. The tower, which is part of the Hyatt Regency Hotel, has a three hundred and sixty-degree observation deck that offers stunning views of the city, but we are most excited for our dinner at Five Sixty, Wolfgang Puck's revolving restaurant on the 50th floor.
3. Topgolf Dallas
After a long day of screen printing demonstrations and answering questions about our premium screen printing emulsions, a relaxing night out at Topgolf is just what the Chromaline team will be needing. Topgolf Dallas is 10 miles north of Downtown Dallas and is fun for all skill-levels. With a focus on local drink selections and a menu that changes with the seasons, Topgolf promises a night of entertainment and friendly competition.
4. Four Corners Brewing Company
Any trip, whether for business or pleasure, isn't complete without a stop at a local brewery. Four Corners Brewing Company is just a few blocks from the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center, making it the perfect place to stop for happy hour after a long day on our feet at the convention. Their taproom is in a former carriage house built in the early 1900s with a selection of year-round brews as well as specialty seasonal brews.
5. Dakota's Steakhouse Dallas
For our final night in Dallas, we plan to ride the glass elevator down to Dakota's Steakhouse, a unique underground restaurant that has been a dining icon in Downtown Dallas for over 30 years. From Wagyu Carpaccio to Cowboy Ribeyes that have been dry-aged for a minimum of 28 days, the menu at Dakota's Steakhouse is as interesting as the story of why they are "below ground."
Chromaline at PRINTING United in Dallas
Chromaline has been attending the SGIA Expo (now PRINTING United) for over 20 years. Visit us in Booth #810 (along with CADlink Technology) to learn more about our line of premium emulsions, economy emulsions, screen printing chemicals, and screen printing equipment. We look forward to seeing you in Dallas!