MaRCTech2 to Exhibit at 2019 Puget Sound Expo and Tech Forum

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MaRCTech2 will be exhibiting at this year’s Puget Sound Expo and Tech Forum to be held on Thursday, May 16 at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 18740 International Drive, Seattle.

“This is a great event for us at MaRCTech2 because it is local," said company partner Jennifer Eby. "It gives us the opportunity to highlight all of principals to our Northwest customer base. It’s great because it is one of the few times of the year when almost all Seattle high-tech companies come together under one roof. We look forward to seeing and talking with all of our principals and customers.”

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