Monday, 3 March 2014

Trade Show Season has Arrived

We are coming into trade show season here at Classic Displays and with so many new products to show off we are more excited than ever! Trade shows are an important part of our business model as it’s a great way to make new connections as well as get some face time with a number of our existing customers.

 The season officially kicks off this week in Baltimore at the National Facilities Management & Technology (NFMT) show, which will be a first for us. Along with our new Griffin (that we unveiled at last year’s PM Expo) we will have our new indoor waste container the Centry, the Classic Heritage bench which is the latest in older adult seating, as well the Phoenix, our best selling outdoor waste container. We will even be unveiling a new knockdown waste container, the K Series!

Throughout the year we like to ensure we are involved in as many trade shows as we can so that we can reach our diverse market. We already sell many of our products into the U.S., but because it’s such a huge market that we want to further expand in, NFMT is a perfect show to make new contacts and build new relationships.

From there the whirlwind of trade shows continues with a number of shows booked into the month of May. Those shows include:

  • Springfest, April 10, Metro Toronto Convention Centre
  • National BIA Conference, April 27-29, Hamilton Convention Centre
  • OSUM Conference & Trade Show, April 30-May 1, Bobby Orr Community Centre, Parry Sound
  • CSLA Congress Ottawa, May 31, Chateau Laurier Hotel

After that we get a bit of a break but will be exhibiting at a couple of trade shows in the fall that will be announced once they are confirmed.

If you are planning on attending any of these shows be sure to stop by and say hello to members of our sales staff and check out what we have to offer. With so many new and exciting products having been unveiled late last year and more coming, you’re bound to see something there that you haven’t seen before!

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