IFPE 2017 Early Bird Registration Ends January 13

Early bird rates for general attendees and exhibitors who are members of NFPA, AEM, NRMCA, NSSGA, or PTDA end January 13. Those planning to be at the March 7-11 show at the Las Vegas Convention Center should act now to take advantage of low registration prices.

This year’s show features more than 480 exhibitors from across the fluid power industry. Show highlights include the unveiling of Project AME as well as educational sessions.

Unlike previous years, badge-packs will not be mailed in advance. Registered exhibitors and attendees can pick up their badges at several locations in Vegas, including McCarran airport and various hotels and monorail stations. Badge packs will include a monorail multi-day pass, coach bus transportation between the show and most official hotels, and bar and restaurant discounts.

To learn more about the show and to register, visit www.ifpe.com.

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