Construction Equipment Guide (CEG) is once again poised to host the “Greatest Show on Dirt.”
In 2003, on March 11 and 12, CEG Productions, the trade show division of CEG, will present its fourth construction trade show at the Fort Washington Expo Center, just 15 miles north of Philadelphia.
With three hugely successful shows in 1998, 2000 and 2001 under its belt, the 2003 edition will prove to be bigger and better than ever. The Expo Center is expected to house more than 150 booths spread out over 70,000 sq. ft. There, regardless of what your contracting firm specializes in, you’ll be able to check out all the latest equipment by every manufacturer in the industry. What’s more, guests can speak face to face with all the major distributors that serve the northeast corridor.
The 2001 show provided an intimate atmosphere that allowed attendees and exhibitors plenty of opportunities to talk one-on-one to find solutions to their equipment needs.
All the latest makes and models of equipment were showcased, including Blaw-Knox, Caterpillar, Case, Hamm, Hitachi, John Deere, JCB, Kawasaki, Kubota, New Holland, Vermeer, Volvo and Wirtgen.
Philadelphia Eagle and Hall of Famer Chuck Bednarik attracted a crowd as he signed autographs in the Construction Equipment Guide booth He also shared stories of his days as a star player for the home team.
Numerous prizes and giveaways highlighted the two-day event in 2001. One lucky winner, Mike Ciaccio of B&M Landscaping, went home with more than $250 from the Creative Financial Group.
If getting the scoop on hundreds of millions of dollars worth of cutting-edge equipment that will help you do your job more productively and efficiently interests you, then you’ll want to start making plans now to attend. And if you’re a manufacturer or distributor on the East Coast, you won’t want to miss out on the chance to strut your stuff to thousands of potential customers.
For more information on exhibiting or attending, call Sheila Kirby, CEG’s show coordinator, at 800/523-2200. Check out upcoming issues of CEG for more details. CEG