Exhibit space close to sell-out; Attendee registration numbers positiveNew Product and Technology
Program spotlights latest innovations
Advance registration has been extended to February 5, 2010 for the upcoming co-located World of Asphalt and AGG1 expositions.
Attendees are encouraged to register now to save time and money and get a head start on planning their show visit. Details are online at www.worldofasphalt.com or www.agg1.org.
The 2010 AGG1 Aggregates Forum & Expo and World of Asphalt Show & Conference are only weeks away – February 15-18, 2010 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio.
Registering in advance saves 40 percent off the shows’ registration fee (includes admission to both shows), and attendees can also save money by registering in advance for the shows’ extensive educational programming.
Advance registration is trending comparably to the last edition of the shows, held in 2009 with record number of registrants. Exhibit space goals have been met and the show floor is almost sold out. Registration is also very strong for the shows’ education sessions.
A New Product & Technology Program will help attendees quickly find new and innovative products and services on the show floor. Check out the program participants online pre-show and onsite visit the specially marked booths on the show floor. Special exhibit pavilions will also highlight the latest technologies for testing/measurement, information/technology, safety and pavement maintenance.
The shows target the business and professional needs of aggregates, asphalt, pavement maintenance, and traffic safety industry professionals.
“This is the one-stop place to examine new products, discuss issues with industry experts on the show floor and in the classroom, and share experiences with industry colleagues,” noted Show Director Melissa Magestro.
“Business is tougher than ever, and professionals need to keep up with what’s happening in the industry overall. They won’t find a more convenient and cost-effective way to accomplish that than at World of Asphalt and AGG1,” commented Magestro.