ICUEE Takes Number 2 Spot in Top-Trade-Shows List

The Demo Expo took the number 2 spot in the recently-announced Top U.S. Trade Shows list from the Trade Show News Network (TSNN).

TSNN annually ranks shows by exhibit space net square footage. For 2013, ICUEE won for its record-breaking size of more than 1.17 million net square feet, second only to the 2013 CES show. TSNN is a leading online information resource for the exhibitions and events industry.

The next ICUEE, International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition, will be held September 29-October 1, 2015 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky.

The biennial show features extensive test-drive opportunities where attendees can operate the equipment themselves in job-like conditions.

“Attendees say this is where they prepare for the future and exhibitors cite the high quality of attendees,” stated Sara Truesdale Mooney, ICUEE show director and AEM senior director, exhibitions and strategy.

“We’re planning for more equipment demos and interactive product demonstrations than ever before and targeted industry best-practices education. ICUEE 2015 will provide the products and knowledge attendees need to stay competitive.”

ICUEE perennially ranks among the top five in trade-show-industry exhibition rankings. AEM, the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, is show owner and producer and focuses on creating a high-quality show experience. AEM shows are industry-run in which participants have a voice in show planning, industry partnerships enhance value, costs are carefully monitored and revenues go back into industry services.

ICUEE targets utilities and utility contractors in the following sectors: electric, telecommunications, wastewater, water, natural gas, cable, and rail. For more information on attending or exhibiting, visit www.icuee.com.

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