ICUEE 2011 advance registration extended to September 23

Advance attendee registration, exhibit space sales continue positive trend
Use new ICUEE “hands-on handbooks” to customize show visit
ICUEE 2011 advance registration has been extended to September 23, 2011 so more attendees can take advantage of lower pre-show fees as well as save time onsite. Advance show registration saves more than 50 percent off the onsite fee, and advance education session fees are also reduced. Go online for details and to register –
ICUEE, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition, will be held October 4-6, 2011 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Exhibit registration includes admission to the co-located H20-XPO from the National Rural Water Association (NRWA).
ICUEE 2011 will be the industry gathering place in 2011 for the utility construction industry: Advance registration continues on a positive trend and exhibit space has already surpassed show management projections, with nearly 1.12 million net square feet taken by more than 800 companies. The show has a record number of co-located meetings and events as well as official supporting organizations.
“We actively seek out industry partnerships to increase the value of the show for all participants; there’s more to see and do and more opportunities for face-to-face industry networking,” stated Melissa Magestro, ICUEE show director.
ICUEE 2011 now has online “hands-on handbooks” to help attendees get the most value from their show experience. The downloadable reports group together exhibits and education sessions by key industry segments, with a focus on telecommunications and electric utilities; sewer, water and gas utilities; fleet managers; and general contractors.
Attendees can customize their show visit by using ICUEE’s online interactive show planner and map. New for 2011 is an online exhibitor demonstration schedule of the hands-on working equipment demonstrations that are a hallmark of ICUEE. Attendees can also check out the new products and technologies and technical experts they can see on the show floor as well as the show’s expert-led education sessions.
“These tools offer a convenient way for attendees to organize their time at the show so they connect with the products and people they need to meet their specific business needs,” added Magestro.
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Source: AEM NewsRoom