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Celebrating 25 Years of Seattle Area SOLIDWORKS Power Users Group

Celebrating 25 Years of SASPUG

With the support of our resellers, customers and partners, we have attended SOLIDWORKS User Group (SWUG) meetings, sponsored meetings and helped group leaders to find presenters with interesting presentations since 2015.

We were thrilled to be a sponsor and help celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Seattle Area SOLIDWORKS Power Users Group.

This virtual celebration meeting took place on Tuesday 6th April and was attended by over 65 people. Attendees from as far away as Germany and Australia joined in the festivities.

There were several members from the SOLIDWORKS team at the meeting. Dan Wagner (Manager of the SWUG Community), Sean O’Neill (SOLIDWORKS Community Manager) and Gian Paolo Bassi (CEO SOLIDWORKS) all stopped by to congratulate the group.

It certainly was a “who’s who” in the SOLIDWORKS Community and we all came together to celebrate this long-standing, very First SOLIDWORKS User Group achieving this milestone.

Supporting the Meeting

Heather Hasz, DriveWorks Brand & Community Ambassador attended the meeting on Tuesday to celebrate with the group.

We sponsored the meeting with a $25 Amazon Gift Card ($25 for 25 years seemed to be a great idea!). The winner that evening was Dan Herzberg, who happens to be the User Group Leader for the Boston SWUG.

To celebrate SASPUG’s incredible 25 years, our team got together and wished the group all the best through a virtual greeting. In 2001, DriveWorks CEO Glen Smith attended the Seattle Area SOLIDWORKS Power Users Group meeting with Eric Beatty, his first-ever SOLIDWORKS User Group Meeting.

At 3DEXPERIENCE World 2021, we announced Eric Beatty as the winner of the 6th annual DriveWorks award for the SOLIDWORKS Group Leader of the Year. Eric’s commitment and love for the SOLIDWORKS User Group Community really makes him a leader with no boundaries!

Here’s to 25 more years, cheers and best wishes for continued success in supporting the community!

Supporting SWUG

We love being a part of the SOLIDWORKS Community.

If you would like us to get involved with your SWUG meetings, get in touch and tell us about your meetings!

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