Inventors can display their works at Smartmap Expo in September at TRAC

Tri-City HeraldJune 28, 2013 

Inventors will have a place to display their inventions free of charge at The Smartmap Expo, which is Sept. 25-26 at Pasco's TRAC center.

The "Inventors Pavilion," presented by the expo and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, also will serve as a chance for inventors to meet with manufacturers and investors who may be interested in their product, according to a news release.

Only inventors who have a manufactured product that has not been commercialized will qualify for the pavilion.

For more information, go to www.smartmapexpo.org. To display an invention, call Gary White at 735-1000 or email gwhite@tridec.org.

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