Geek-A-Palooza 2015 - Minneapolis


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Omni PCB announces Geek-A-Palooza 2015.

The motto for Geek-A-Palooza is: “It requires a lot of people working together to create one successful electronic device.” This social event for the Twin Cities area electronics industry is an opportunity for people in all segments of the local industry to get together, chat with old friends, meet new people, and learn about new products and technology.  Please join us Sept 24th, 3:30 pm -7:00 pm at the Oak Ridge County Club in Hopkins, MN.   

“We are looking forward to the Third Annual Geek-A-Palooza event and are excited to host two special guests this year,” said Tara Dunn of Omni PCB, event organizer. “The University of Minnesota’s Center for Distributed Robotics will present and demonstrate their robotics. We also have the privilege to showcase Bethlehem Academy’s STEM project depicting the blood flow in and out of a 3D model of the heart. This on-going endeavor has been supported by members of our local electronics community.”

For more information or to register for this event, visit www.tntgroup.org.

About Omni PCB

Omni PCB is a manufacturer's rep organization specializing in the printed circuit board industry. Representing suppliers, all leaders in their market niche, with complimentary capabilities allows Omni PCB to provide a solution to any PCB challenge. www.omnipcb.com

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