New Early Bird Options For ConExpo & IFPE

By pdamon26 July 2016

Registration for ConExpo-Con/Agg and IFPE is now open and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) is offering new Badge-Packs for added value and convenience, as well as access to the new Tech Experience.

Attendees can save 40% by registering by January 13. Registration can be made online at www.conexpoconagg.com and www.ifpe.com.

ConExpo-Con/Agg and the co-located IFPE exhibitions will be held March 7 to 11, 2017 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The triannual event spotlights the latest technologies, products and best practices for the construction and construction materials and fluid power/power transmission/motion control industries.

The new show Badge-Packs include a free multi-day Las Vegas monorail pass and deluxe coach bus transportation between most official hotel partners and the shows, as well as discounts at Las Vegas bars and restaurants. The shows are the first to partner with the Las Vegas Monorail Co. to offer the pass. The Badge-Pack also includes admission to both exhibitions, with a combined seven different lots and halls already spanning more a record 2.5 million plus net sq. ft. exhibit space and more than 2500 exhibitors expected and nearly 700 new exhibitors already signed up, AEM said.

Attendees will also have access to the new 75,000 sq. ft. Tech Experience, which is intended to showcase ideas and technologies that will transform the future of construction to enhance safety, productivity and profitability.

For added convenience, pre-registered attendees can pick up their Badge-Packs at 10 Las Vegas hotels and the Las Vegas McCarran International Airport. The shows have also added a third full-service registration area onsite for speed and convenience.

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