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November 8th, 2018

Badgerland PTC Creo Users Group

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Written by: Liz Wisdom
Badgerland Users Group

Badgerland PTC Creo Users Group


Friday, November 9th, 2018 at 8:30AM – 3PM

Presentations start at 9AM


Embassy Suites in Brookfield, WI




Full day of presentations and hands on PTC Creo workshops along with lunch, networking and great opportunities to connect. There will be fun door prizes including a 55″ Smart TV, a Milwaukee Tool Set, an Amazon Alexa and more from our vendors!



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