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2016 DPG-Wetpixel Underwater Imaging Party Announced
By Ian Bongso-Seldrup, November 14, 2016 @ 06:00 AM (EST)


Viva Las Vegas! The DPG-Wetpixel Underwater Imaging Party at DEMA returns—and it’s gonna be huge!

The 2016 edition of the Underwater Imaging Party comes back to the waterfront at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino pool for another massive bash. It’s the perfect opportunity to have a drink and a bite with the most awesome people in the underwater imaging industry!
 


What: DPG/Wetpixel Underwater Imaging Party 2016
When: Thursday, November 17th from 8–11PM
Where: Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino Pool Area

As ever, there will be plenty of gratis beverages and hors d’oeuvres, but for safety reasons we had to limit the quanties, so make sure to get there early! Of course, once the freebies eventually run out, there will be a full paid bar so you can continue to make merry.

DPG would like to extend a very big “thank you” to the generous sponsors of the DPG-Wetpixel 2016 Underwater Imaging Party: Backscatter, Nauticam, Aquatica, Critters@Lembeh, and Dive Damai.
 


Don’t forget DPG will be bringing daily DEMA show floor coverage from Sin City—and of course an in-depth report on the party! Stay tuned!

 

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