Utility Professionals Can Still Take Advantage of 30% Discount on Early Registration
MILWAUKEE – The Utility Expo, September 28-30 in Louisville, has gotten used to breaking records, both for attendees and exhibitors, and 2021 looks like it could be another record breaker.
“We’re beyond excited to bring the utility industry safely together this year,” Show Director of The Utility Expo John Rozum said. “Knowing we have more exhibit space, and we are on track to have more people to see everything, this is going to be a can’t-miss event for the utility industry.”
So far, The Utility Expo has more than 900 exhibitors displaying across 1.4 million square feet (85% of which is outdoors), beating the 2019 show’s record-setting 1.34 million, which made it the second-largest show in the U.S. in 2019 according to Trade Show Executive.
“This confirms what both our exhibitors and the utility professionals we work with have been telling us: ‘If you’ll be there, we’ll be there,’” Rozum continued. “That face-to-face connection is very important to exhibitors seeking to demonstrate their products and services and the utility professionals who are looking to learn what’s out there to enhance their careers and grow their businesses.”
Early registration discounts remain available until August 20, 2021, getting up to 30 percent off show and education badges.
About The Utility Expo
The Utility Expo is the largest event for utility professionals and construction contractors seeking comprehensive insights into the latest industry technologies, innovations and trends. The biennial trade show, known for equipment test drives and interactive product demonstrations, takes place in Louisville, Ky. The event will be September 28-30, 2021.
About the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)
AEM is the North America-based international trade group representing off-road equipment manufacturers and suppliers with more than 1,000 companies and more than 200 product lines in the agriculture and construction-related industry sectors worldwide. The equipment manufacturing industry in the United States supports 2.8 million jobs and contributes roughly $288 billion to the economy every year.