SEATTLE PHILATELIC EXHIBITION - SEAPEX 2015
NOW A WORLD SERIES OF PHILATELY (WSP) SHOW !!
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The success of our show depends on a large part on volunteers. If you would like to volunteer, these are the areas we need assistance:
Youth Activities: Monitor youth activities table and help with youth games and learning activities
Reception table: Greet visitors, provide directions, hand out brochures and door prize tickets, sell banquet tickets
Exhibits table: Greet visitors, answer questions about exhibits and exhibiting
Exhibits: Help mount and take down exhibit pages in the frames
Break area: Supervise the area where visitors get coffee and refreshments
Security: Watch over the show and the parking lot during loading and unloading
If you would like to volunteer, contact Lisa Foster or Jack Congrove
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Copyright 2011-2015 - Seattle Philatelic Exhibition, Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Seattle Philatelic Exhibition (SEAPEX) is a Washington nonprofit corporation and an Internal Revenue Service 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Donations may be tax deductible as per the United States tax code.The purpose of SEAPEX is for educating the public about stamp collecting. The organization sponsors and stages an annual national-level stamp show that includes a large variety of philatelic exhibits and provides a venue for many dealers in stamps, postcards, and other philatelic materials and supplies to offer their wares for purchase by collectors and other interested persons. The exhibition also includes youth activities, Boy Scout merit badge seminars, specialist group meetings, presentations, free stamp evaluations, and other special events.
Webmaster - David Harris - Inland Empire Philatelic Society, Spokane, Washington.
Last Updated: March 20 2015