Booth 2903 was humming at last month’s AIA Convention in Denver. Not only did Andersen representatives meet new friends and catch up with old acquaintances, the booth was the scene of a Happy Hour at the close of the first day of the convention. Andersen woke up the crowd on Day 2 with coffee and treats, but the show wasn’t just about visiting. There was lots to see and do at the Andersen booth, including:
Printed Home Style Pattern Books – Andersen recently expanded its print library of Home Style Pattern Books to include eight spiral-bound volumes in the series. Visitors were invited to page through copies at the booth and take with them the styles they’re most interested in.
Andersen Home Style Pattern Book iPad® App – Andersen debuted the new iPad app for the Home Style Pattern Book series. Part of the Architectural Collection, the initial release included interactive apps for the Craftsman Bungalow and Georgian/Federal styles. Read more about this new app in our product spotlight this month. For every download captured during the show, Andersen donated $5 to the University of Colorado Denver College of Architecture and Planning.
Multi-Family Model Featuring 100 Series Windows – Booth visitors had the opportunity to see the 3D architectural model of 222 Hennepin, an upscale multifamily development currently under construction in downtown Minneapolis featuring Andersen® 100 Series windows. Developer Ryan Companies US, Inc. loaned the model to Andersen for the show.
Corporate Sustainability Report – Andersen shared the results of its 2012 Corporate Sustainability Report, measuring the company’s progress towards a more sustainable future.
If you were there, we’d love to hear what you saw and liked at the show; please share in the comments section!