HANLEY WOOD COMPLETES LARGEST WORLD OF CONCRETE SPACE DRAW IN SIX YEARS

Jun 19, 2014

Dallas, June 19, 2014 – Hanley Wood Exhibitions reports that its recently completed space draw for World of Concrete 2015 secured 875 exhibitors booking over 550,000 net square feet of space. With seven months remaining until the show opens, organizers are anticipating significant growth over World of Concrete 2014–the 40th Anniversary of the event.

“Excitement and optimism are at an all-time high for World of Concrete, said Jackie James, Director of World of Concrete. “The space draw has surpassed expectations in square footage, and we are confident this upward trend will continue.”


World of Concrete 2015, taking place February 2-6 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, will feature a full week of exciting new product demonstrations; events and competitions; more than 100 educational sessions; and luncheons, interactive workshops, and hands-on training.

 

About World of Concrete
World of Concrete is the industry’s ONLY annual international event dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industries. Featuring indoor and outdoor exhibits with the industry’s leading suppliers showcasing innovative products and technologies, exciting demonstrations and competitions, and a world-class education program. Visit www.worldofconcrete.com for complete show details.

 

About Hanley Wood
Hanley Wood
is the premier information, media, event, and strategic marketing services company serving the residential, commercial design and construction industries. Utilizing the largest editorial- and analytics-driven construction market database, the company produces powerful market data and insights; award-winning publications, newsletters and websites; marquee trade shows and executive events; and strategic marketing solutions. To learn more, visit hanleywood.com.

 

 

 

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