Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Show Musings

We very much enjoyed our time in Seattle over the long weekend
for the NWWS Exhibition.
Our first treat Friday night was a private tour of the Daniel Smith Factory and I have to say not at all what I expected!  I imagined a large robotic assembly line.
But instead what we found was a relatively small room with a few machines and only nine workers!
Yes that's it for the world famous Daniel Smith product.  Labels are all put on by hand.
John Smith, one of the founding owners graciously shared his time with explainations
and production demos.

As we entered we were asked to sign their "guestbook".
Can you find my name?

There was also a class explaining the mineral origins of their paints.

So interesting!
They would not allow us to take pictures in their production room 
but please visit their short video on this, you will love it and appreciate you paints all the more.

Now Saturday morning through night was a whorlwind of activity.
I will save that for the next post.

1 comment:

  1. Great post! It's hard to imagine they have a small assembly line, how fun to experience it all first hand. I do love their products!


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