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Print Matters Speaking Event with French Paper and Mama’s Sauce

When
Fri, Feb 17, 2017 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Where
The Iron Yard
213 Fayetteville Street
Raleigh, NC 27601

AIGA Raleigh Presents
Print Matters - A Speaking Event
with Nick Sambrato of Mama's Sauce and Brian French of French Paper Co.
Friday, Feb 17 6:30pm

The Iron Yard Raleigh (our venue sponsor - THANK YOU!)
213 Fayetteville St
Raleigh, NC 27601




PRINT MATTERS!

Take a peek behind the curtain of two unique journeys that bring old world paper-making and artisan printing to the national design community, French Paper Company and Mama’s Sauce. 

ABOUT PRINT MATTERS
Print Matters is a speaking event comprised of tales from Brian French, 6th Generation French Paper Company, and Nick Sambrato, Mama’s Sauce founder, about their respective companies combined 150 years (143 of those from French alone) of producing paper and printing in an ever modernizing world. Both companies are not just manufacturers, each has become a part of the design community.

AFTER PARTY at VIDERI CHOCOLATE FACTORY!
How cool is this? They are opening their doors for us to come hang after the event! Keep the community love going!

THIS EVENT IS FREE FOR AIGA RALEIGH MEMBERS, $10 for the General Public. If you purchase a ticket to the Print Matters Workshop Event on Sat Feb 18. You get into the talk for FREE!

Register for the workshop here...





ABOUT AIGA RALEIGH
The mission of AIGA Raleigh is to create a place where designing thrives for everyone. We do this by making design ability attainable, proving design impact, and uniting people. And everything we do supports our fourth goal of making a better chapter.

ABOUT THE IRON YARD (Our venue sponsor - THANK YOU!)
The Iron Yard exists to create real, lasting change for people, companies, and communities through technology education. 

ABOUT VIDERI CHOCOLATE FACTORY
Videri Chocolate Factory began as the shared dream of three chocolate lovers: Sam, Starr, and Chris. From the moment Sam first sunk his hands into a bag of cocoa beans, he knew he had a love for making delicious gourmet chocolate, and the talent to match. 

His mission was to turn his passion for handcrafted bean-to-bar chocolate into his profession. Sam’s wife, Starr, and his longtime friend, Chris, came on board to head up the business side of the company, and the three have been having a blast ever since.

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