Baltimore is the Place to be in 2014!February 5th, 2014 by Editor
The 2014 International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off™ (WFCT), set to be held October 7-9, 2014, at the Baltimore Convention Center and Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards, has something for everyone, including the whole family. While the event will offer educational seminars, an exhibition hall and the attendee-favorite Tint-Off Competitions™, the city delivers an experience like no other.
Held in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the event promises an exciting time. With a variety of attractions such as Geppi’s EntertainmentMuseum, a pop culture arts center with family-friendly exhibits, and historic Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles, all close by, there will be no shortage of sites to see.
Also nearby is the National Aquarium, which recently opened its Blacktip Reef exhibit, a replication of the Indo-Pacific reefs featuring blacktip reef sharks. The city is also home to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum, which displays an American railroad collection. If art is what you’re looking for, the Baltimore Museum of Art, James E. Lewis Museum of Art, Maryland Women’s Heritage Center and Museum and Reginald F. Lew Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture are also nearby.
For sports fans, not only is the city home to Major League Baseball team the Baltimore Orioles, but also the National Football League’s 2000 and 2012 Super Bowl Champions, the Baltimore Ravens. The Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum and Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards also offers sports fans a unique touring opportunity.
History buffs will also find an array of cultural landmarks to visit. As a former U.S. capital (for three brief months during the Second Continental Congress), the birthplace of Francis Scott Key’s The Star Spangled Banner and home to Edgar Allen Poe and Billie Holiday, the city has no shortage of history.
Food and nightlife also make up part of the city’s charm. Known for its seafood, Baltimore offers a variety of restaurants, including the famous Phillips Seafood at InnerHarbor. Nightclubs, pubs, dancing and live music also are within walking distance of our host hotel and the convention center.
Now in its 14th year, the annual event, once again sponsored by Window Film magazine, will bring together all aspects of the window film industry. Automotive, architectural, decorative, security, paint protection films and more will be on display, discussed in seminars and incorporated within demonstrations and competitions.
Register to attend today. Interested attendees can register online to receive the early bird pricing of $199 and save $20 per person versus pre-registration pricing. The early bird registration discount ends April 30, 2014. Registration also is open for technicians interested in competing in any of the Tint-Off competitions, which include the Automotive, Architectural and, for the first time, Paint Protection Film Divisions. For further details on competition pricing and to register to compete in the Tint-Off, please click here.
If you are interested in sponsoring and holding a booth space at the 2014 WFCT, contact Holly Biller at 540/602-3251, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for more information and to reserve a room in our discounted hotel room block.
WFCT will be held at the BaltimoreConvention Center, just steps from the BaltimoreMarriottInnerHarbor at Camden Yards. Auto Glass Week™ will once again be held concurrently.