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Registration has officially opened for the 2018 International Pool | Spa | Patio Expo, which returns to Las Vegas, Nev., for the first time since 2015. The exposition, sponsored by The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals, will be held October 31 to November 2 at Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Bayside Halls D-F.
Pre-conference, which includes certifications programs offered by APSP, Genesis, National Swimming Pool Foundation, National Plasterers Council, and the American Shotcrete Association, commences on October 28.
The PSP Expo plans to attract over 10,500 residential and commercial industry professionals and over 500 exhibitors spanning over 134,000 sq. ft.
In 2015, the last time the PSP Expo was held in Las Vegas, the event attracted builders, service professionals, retailers, spa dealers and manufactures from all 50 states within the United States.
“We’re excited to return to Las Vegas,” commented Tracy Garcia, show director of the PSP Expo. “In 2015, 66 countries were represented at the exposition, signifying its importance as an international platform for business, collaboration and exchange of ideas.”
“We are excited to partner with the PSP Expo, to bring world-class education to all segments of the pool, spa and outdoor living markets,” says APSP President & CEO Lawrence Caniglia. Pre-show educational offerings from The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals include:
Pre-show educational offerings from Genesis include:
*New this year.
Additional educational offerings and certification programs include:
All above-mentioned APSP, Genesis and additional educational programs include a Conference Super Pass, access to the expo hall and the Welcome Party, held October 31. Pre-registration for conference sessions and events is required.
The only overlap between exhibits and education will be the several free seminars on the show floor including the Hayward School of Business, GENESIS Lifestyle Program and Commercial Education. Descriptions for each program are available on the show website. Registration for show floor education is highly recommended but not required and seating is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Click here to register.
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More than 10,500 people from all over the world (80 different countries are represented this year) are expected to gather at Mandalay Bay for the show, with 500 exhibitors showing off the latest exciting developments in residential and commercial pool and spa technology. Add to that the 45 conference sessions on design practices, installation techniques, retail strategies, construction,...