IFPE 2017 Priority Space Closes August 1st

The IFPE 2017 priority exhibit space sales deadline is August 1, 2015.  If you haven’t done so already, now is the time to complete your space application.  Past exhibitors receive the first opportunity to reserve space in 2017’s largest event for the fluid power industry.  All you need to do is:

  1. Complete the space application.  Your top 3 product categories MUST be completed – incomplete applications will not be accepted.
  2. Return the application to your account executive or sales@ifpe.com
  3. Submit your 25% deposit (this is nonrefundable)

Exhibitors who return their application and deposit by the August 1 deadline will be part of the priority space process that will start in September.  Your company will receive a priority number which is calculated based on your years of consecutive membership in NFPA and the amount of space your company took in IFPE 2014.  Your company will receive an appointment to select your space beginning in August.  Companies with a priority number of 29 or less will be assigned space by IFPE Show Management.

Additional exhibiting information can be found at https://www.ifpe.com/Exhibitors/. Any questions may be directed to the customer service team at sales@ifpe.com.

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IFPE 2017
March 7-11, 2017
Las Vegas Convention Center

 

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