ASPE registration open

The ASPE Convention and Exposition is being held October 27 to 31, 2012, in North Carolina.

06/22/2012


The year’s biggest professional development and networking event designed exclusively for plumbing industry professionals—the ASPE Convention and Exposition—is now open for registration. Being held Oct. 27 to 31 at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, N.C., the ASPE Convention and Exposition showcases the largest display of plumbing products and services available while providing unmatched education and the opportunity to receive a year’s worth of CEUs/PDHs.  

Those who sign up for the full ASPE Convention and Exposition can receive the early bird rate until Sept. 14. Full registration includes the Exposition, all professional development seminars, CEUs, and networking events. The free Exposition on October 29 to 30 is open to everyone in the industry. You can register for either option online now.



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