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Celebrate LDI's Silver Anniversary At The LDI 25th Anniversary Party

Friday October 19, 2012:

The LDI 25th Anniversary Party Presented By 4Wall and

LDI is celebrating 25 years of bringing together entertainment technology professionals on the show floor by bringing them together for a big celebration presented by 4Wall and

The LDI 25th Anniversary Party kicks off at 3824 Paradise Road at 8pm with a DJ, live industry band "The Swingin' Johnsons," an open bar featuring beer, wine, and mixed drinks from 8pm to 11pm, plus food provided by Firefly Tapas Kitchen & Bar.

The LDI 25th Anniversary Party is open to everyone with an LDI2012 Badge.”We are very excited to be partnering with 4Wall on this special anniversary event," confirms LDI show director Zari Stahl. “This is a great opportunity for the industry to come together and kick back. We want to thank everyone for supporting us for 25 years. We hope everyone will join us for our big celebration."

4Wall’s CEO Michael Cannon spoke of the chance to partner with LDI, saying, “4Wall is honored to be a part of this 25th Anniversary celebration. This party will be a memorable night for all attending LDI to enjoy great food and entertainment, as well as the great atmosphere our industry creates when all of us get together.”

For additional information on press registration, or to obtain press credentials, contact Seth Stebbins, Marketing Manager, LDI 2012 at (203)-358-4135 or [email protected]

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Press Contact:

Seth Stebbins

Marketing Manager, LDI2012


[email protected]

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