Getting the most bang for your tradeshow buck

MUKILTEO, WA — With The Experience trade show for the carpet cleaning and restoration industry about to begin on September 4, 2013, in Las Vegas, attendees should take a few minutes before their arrival to make sure they get "the most bang for their tradeshow buck," according to a press release.

"Going without a plan can be a costly mistake. I’ve been to scores of tradeshows as both an exhibitor and an attendee, and a little planning ahead of time saves both time and energy and makes going to the trade show all the more worthwhile," said Mark Cuddy, national sales manager for U.S. Products.

According to the release, Cuddy’s tips on making The Experience trade show a valuable experience include the following:

  • Check out The Experience website, review the show program, and investigate what companies are exhibiting and where their displays will be located.
  • Remember to take advantage of the many product demonstrations manufacturers will be conducting at the show. Check the times in advance so you can be sure to schedule those demonstrations that are of the most interest to you.
  • Comfortable shoes are essential. Tradeshows almost always involve more walking and standing than anticipated.
  • Be choosy about the literature you select at the show. By the end of the day, carrying a heavy load of pamphlets and brochures can make it difficult to find the information that will be most valuable to you.

For more tips, click here.

Click here to read the release in its entirety.

Cleanfax Staff

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