World of Asphalt 2013 Announces Four Industry Co-Located Events

Wed July 18, 2012 - National Edition
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A photo from the 2012 World of Asphalt Conference.  Photo courtesy of World of Asphalt.
A photo from the 2012 World of Asphalt Conference. Photo courtesy of World of Asphalt.

The 2013 World of Asphalt Show and Conference announced four industry groups to date are co-locating their annual conferences or other high-level meetings at the show, which will be held March 19 to 21, 2013, in San Antonio, Texas.

“World of Asphalt has a solid reputation as an industry gathering place and we value the active support of industry groups,” stated Show Manager Rich Prausa. “Nothing beats face-to-face contact with industry peers to discuss current business challenges and what’s ahead and to check out the newest product innovations.”

Bringing their annual conferences to World of Asphalt 2013 are the Association of Modified Asphalt Producers (AMAP), Rubber Pavements Association and Oklahoma Asphalt Pavement Association. The Texas Asphalt Pavement Association also has agreed to support the 2013 show by bringing a meeting to the event.

World of Asphalt focuses on the business and professional needs of asphalt, pavement maintenance and traffic safety industry professionals. Attendees can examine and compare the latest equipment, products and technologies from leading industry manufacturers and suppliers on the show floor. Attendees also can take advantage of expert-developed educational programming on industry innovations and best practices.

World of Asphalt is co-located with the AGG1 Aggregates Forum & Expo for aggregates professionals; both shows will be held at San Antonio’s Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.

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