SINGERonline.com, the leading online source for sewing machine parts since 1997, announced at — http://www.singeronline.com/ the company's schedule of repair training workshops for the first half of 2017. SINGERonline.com will host a combined entry-level and intermediate sewing machine repair workshop in Cleveland on May 9, 10, and 11. A separate advanced workshop will run on the same dates, and a special serger service class will be held on May 12.
A three-workshop package will also be offered in Louisville, Ky., from May 16 through 19, with the same discounted option being available for the Cleveland sessions. Students who attend all three workshops will develop expert-level sewing machine and serger service skills along the way, even with no prior experience.
All currently scheduled classes will take place at the LaQuinta Hotel conference centers in Cleveland and Louisville and will be led by a technicians with over 41 years of service experience. Those interested in any of the workshops can sign up now at http://www.singeronline.com/, where the company's industry-leading inventory of over 11,000 sewing machine parts is available with free domestic shipping on every order.
"One of the most rewarding things about this business is sharing the knowledge we have accumulated over the years," said SINGERonline.com technician Vickie Hasselberger, "Whether that means helping our online customers find exactly the right part or going over the details of a repair at our shop in Oberlin, we always enjoy helping others learn about this fascinating field. Our sewing machine repair workshops have proved to be especially rewarding in this respect. We're therefore excited to announce the details of our sessions to be held in Cleveland and Louisville this coming May. There are still spots available at our website, but they will be spoken for quickly."
The I.M Singer Company, today known as Singer Corporation, opened its doors in 1851. The company's first product was a manually powered device that soon became widely recognized as the first truly useful domestic sewing machine. Over the hundred-and-sixty-plus years since, Singer has stayed at the forefront of a greatly evolved and diversified industry, with many of its machines now considered classics.
SINGERonline.com is the online presence of an Oberlin-based sewing machine repair service whose own history dates back over half a century. Carrying a selection of over 11,000 sewing machine parts that exceeds in size the combined inventories of 200 average retail stores, SINGERonline.com offers fast, free domestic shipping on every order and expert advice whenever requested. An authorized Singer parts retailer, the company ships worldwide, covering the full range of domestic and industrial sewing machine makes, models, and parts.
The in-person SINGERonline.com sewing machine repair workshops have been applauded by attendees as highly effective ways of acquiring or advancing service skills. Registration is now open for the May, 2017, sessions to be held in Cleveland and Louisville, with a limited number of spots available for each. Those interested can sign up now at http://www.singeronline.com/.
With over 11,000 products available in a single place, SINGERonline.com is an authorized Singer distributor and the top source for parts for other makes of sewing machines, sergers, and more.
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