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Resource Library / FREE Marketing Tools

  • Invite Your Customers to the Show: Buyer Invitations (printed & PDF) offer your customers discounted Exhibits-Only Admission. World of Concrete will print and ship these to you FREE of charge in October 2016 while supplies lasts on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • WOC Logo: Use the World of Concrete Logo on your website, in your email signatures, or in your advertising campaign for WOC 2017. The WOC logo may only be used to promote the show and your participation in the event. Any other use of the WOC logo must be approved by Show Management. Click here to download the logo and free banner ads you can put on your website.

  • Banner Ads: Drive traffic to your booth and increase show registration! Click here to download the animated web banners and save them to your desktop to place on your website. 

  • Onsite Press Kits: You may bring approximately 50 press kits to the onsite Press Room N250. Include printed information about your company, flash/pin drives with images/press releases, and any other information you may have about your company. World of Concrete Press Room staff will make sure your materials are continuously stocked throughout the show. All materials left at close of show on Friday will be discarded unless collected by the Exhibitor by 1:30 pm. For questions regarding Press Kits, contact Steven Pomerantz at (972) 536-6423 or (866) 962-7469.

    Press Room Shipping Information
    Las Vegas Convention Center c/o Freeman -- Press Room #N250 - 3150 Paradise Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89109 702-892-0711


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