Annual IPI Event Slated for Dallas
The International Parking Institute’s 2008 conference and exposition will be June 1-4 in Dallas. The theme for this year’s event is “Becoming Greener: Creating a Sustainable Future.”
According to the IPI, the event is the largest conference of its kind, featuring four full days of intense technical and educational programming. In addition, more than 175 exhibiting companies will be available on the trade show floor. Attendees come to learn and take care of business.
The IPI says the focus this year is on one of the hottest topics being discussed in every organization worldwide – sustainability …how our choices today affect our tomorrow.
The keynote speaker will be Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who, according to the IPI, is a resolute defender of the environment based on a litany of successful legal actions. He was named one of Time magazine’s “Heroes of the Planet” for his success in helping the Riverkeeper organization lead the fight to restore New York’s Hudson River. He will speak at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, June 1.
Prices for the event range from $605 for member organizations to $855 for non-members. Daily rates run from $245 to $285, with trade show floor-only rates running between $70 and $75 for each three- or four-hour session.
Included in the four-day event will be the CAPP Golf Classic, as well as presentations, seminars, and numerous luncheon and cocktail networking events.
For more information and to register, go to the IPI website: www.parking.org.
Article Abstract from May, 2008