The New Experience Technology Pavilion


LAS VEGAS — The Experience Events is introducing a new Experience Technology Pavilion at the Experience Convention & Trade Show in Las Vegas, scheduled for September 7-9 at the Mirage Hotel & Casino.

The Technology Pavilion is a place where company owners and employees can engage in new software, updates to current programs, new devices, new equipment tracking programs, new tools, new infrared cameras and new equipment.

The Experience Technology Pavilion presentations will cover how to add new programs to increase or modernized your business, how to use new tools and equipment and look at the future of technology for the cleaning and restoration industry.

To be featured at this year’s show for attendees is the ability to see the latest technology and equipment available.

“Those involved with The Experience are very excited to add this very important area to its trade show,” according to Larry Cooper, the owner of The Experience Events. “One of the most important roles of the leading industry trade shows is to introduce new products and technology. For the newest technology in the cleaning and restoration industry, The Experience is the place to be!”

For more information, visit or call (303)469-0306 extension 12.


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