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2016 FSEA National Conference

April 3-5 | Rosen Shingle Creek Resort | Orlando, Florida | USA

The Foil & Specialty Effects Association will converge in beautiful Orlando, Florida, for the FSEA National Conference on April 3-5, 2016. The three-day event will take place at the magnificent Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, which is surrounded by a championship golf course.

During the conference, the FSEA will mix amazing programming, specific networking opportunities and a trade fair with industry suppliers – along with a little fun in the sun! Register before March 1, 2016, for Early Bird pricing.

Featured Speakers

Optional Events

Plant Tour
Located just minutes from the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, SunDance Marketing Solutions has become a complete printing, finishing and marketing solutions provider. Its 43,500-square-foot facility includes complete offset and digital printing capabilities, along with a full-service finishing and binding department that offers foil stamping, diecutting, diebossing (diecutting/embossing) and high-speed folding/gluing, as well as perfect binding, coil binding and saddlestitching. Attendees will have the ability to visit the entire plant and see SunDance’s full workflow from beginning to end.


Sand Volleyball
Following Monday’s programming, attendees can choose to participate in a sand volleyball tournament located on the resort grounds. Entitled “Battle of the Foil Companies,” attendees will be recruited by participating foil companies to play on each team for a fun way to relax and network with fellow attendees. Beer, wine and water will be provided.


Golf
Following Tuesday’s programming, a golf outing will be available for those who would like to participate. This challenging, yet playable, David Harman design lies along historic Shingle Creek and surrounds the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort. It features interconnected waterways, undulating fairways and breathtaking 360° views. The course was named by Golfweek as one of America’s Top 40 New Courses and one of Central Florida’s Top 10 Toughest Courses by Orlando Business Journal.