PIE 2013 Opens Exhibit Hall to Booth Sales

I know this is self serving, but there you go…

The Organizer of the Parking Industry Exhibition 2013 is notifying by email all manufacturing and service companies in the parking industry that as of 3:30 PM Pacific Time August 30, 2012 sales for exhibit space will be open. Booth locations will be on a first come, first served basis.

“We are extremely excited about our prospects for the next PIE,” said Carol Robins, sales manager for the event. “We have expanded the exhibit hall floor by 50% and expect to fill it quickly. Prospective exhibitors should contact me asap.” Carol can be reached at carol@parkingtoday.com.

PIE 2013 promises to attract the largest crowd of attendees in the 10 year history of the event. It comes on the heels of the extremely successful show in 2012 where over 900 parking professionals were present.

PIE 2013 has moved across the street from its previous home at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare near Chicago’s international airport. “The Donald E. Stephens Convention Center has the size and services needed for a world class event,” said Robins. “Not only do we have plenty of room, but the facilities for receptions, seminars and presentations are top notch.  It is the perfect venue.”

The Parking Industry Exhibition has traditionally attracted attendees from the more than 20,000 parking pros that are not members of either of the two parking organizations. “We fill a void,” says Eric Abel, PIE general manager. “Just as Parking Today reaches a vast audience with its 15,000 circulation, PIE structures its exhibits, seminars and its price to attract those who are not served by the national organizations.

The Parking Industry Exhibition will be held March 10-13, 2013 at the Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL, adjacent to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. More information including a pdf exhibitor kit can be had at www.parkingtoday.com/pie.

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