ICUEE 2013 is on track to be one of the best ever: Strong exhibitor demand is pushing exhibit space to capacity; attendee registrations continue to outpace the last two shows; and a new education lineup is attracting near-record ticket sales.
ICUEE 2013, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition, will be held October 1 to 3, 2013 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, KY.
“All signs point to a great show for attendees and exhibitors; our benchmarks indicate that ICUEE 2013 will be one of our best shows since the largest event in 2007,” states Sara Truesdale Mooney, Show Director.
“We certainly hope these positive ICUEE trends reflect a more sustained construction industry recovery. AEM and many other industry groups are working hard to get beyond government gridlock, for our legislators to make much needed investment in our country’s utility and other infrastructure,” states Dennis Slater, President of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), owner and producer of ICUEE.
Talk to the experts. Test drive the equipment.
ICUEE, known as The Demo Expo, connects utilities and construction contractors with experts from leading manufacturers and service providers to discuss and compare the latest product innovations and to operate the equipment in job-like conditions. Attendees will find more than 25 acres of indoor and outdoor exhibits and product demonstrations.
Expanded, upgraded education programming will give attendees a more comprehensive understanding of key industry areas and segments. A record 10 industry organizations are co-locating events and education sessions at ICUEE 2013. And 16 industry groups have signed on as official “supporting organizations” to promote the show to their members.
“The show’s industry support and partnerships increase the networking and scope of what the show offers; the result is a more valuable trade show experience, with maximum results, for all participants,” states Mooney.
Register by September 6 to receive 50% off the show registration badge fee. To register and for full show details, visit the ICUEE website.