The Remodeling Show will return to Baltimore Sept. 10-12, and offer more than 80 courses in 8 learning tracks taught by industry veterans and experts. Conference sessions will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 9 with the show opening on Wednesday, Sept. 10.
The show will feature more than 350 exhibiting companies showcasing the latest cutting-edge products, tools and techniques to thousands of remodeling professionals. Popular show floor areas include the Kitchen & Bath Showcase, the New Product Pavilion, the Business Clinic and Tool Alley. Tool Alley is an interactive area dedicated to tools and all related items that provides attendees with the opportunity to use new tools and products.
Like Tool Alley, the Kitchen & Bath Showcase is an interactive area combining two installation clinics placed adjacent to two design clinics. The Business Clinic includes condensed versions of the most popular and practical business topics. This clinic focuses on what needs to happen behind the scenes, in the offices, to keep production, and your business running smoothly. It is set up in a classroom format on the floor with ongoing one-hour sessions.
Courses are created meeting the stringent standards of many associations to help you fulfill or maintain your industry designations. Attendees can earn AIA, NKBA, AIBD and ASID industry designation. Pre-show CAPS, CGR and GMB courses are also available.
With several additional social events affiliated with the show, attendees have unlimited opportunities to strengthen relationships and build new ones in the industry.
The Remodeling Show is a trade only-event and only professionals from the industry will be allowed to attend. Exhibit registration is free for all attendees if they register before the early registration deadline in early September. Online Registration opens May 2008. Visitwww.TheRemodelingShow.comweekly for the latest show information or call 800-681-6970 to request a brochure.
The Remodeling Show
February 28, 2008