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AG CONNECT Expo 2011 registration opens

Agriculture.com Staff 08/09/2010 @ 10:21am

AG CONNECT Expo, the new global Ag trade show in North America, announces that registration has opened for the 2011 show. AG CONNECT Expo 2011 is slated for January 8-10, 2011 (Preview Day January 7 by special admission) at the Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. This new international agriculture event showcases the latest industry innovations, products and technology and offers access to leading company and industry experts worldwide.

Registering in advance saves over 30 percent off the show registration fee. Attendees can also save money by registering in advance for the extensive educational programming that will take place at the show. Go online to AEM for full details and to register.

AG CONNECT Expo is owned and produced by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). The show uses AEM’s long-standing trade show registration approach that exhibitors and attendees have found highly beneficial. Registration allows attendees and exhibitors to better connect at the show as well as after the event, providing even more return on investment for their show experience.

AG CONNECT Expo fosters industry cooperation and partnerships worldwide. The show will be a premier global industry gathering place to network and exchange ideas and experiences. “Attendees will have the opportunity to meet industry leaders and company CEOs, ‘take the pulse’ of the industry and discuss the latest trends and issues with their peers. They’ll be able to return to their operations with valuable insights and knowledge they can use immediately to better run their businesses,” noted Sara Truesdale Mooney, show director.



Media Contact: Rich Jefferson (rjefferson@aem.org, tel 414-274-0655 direct or 414-272-0943)

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