Public Agency Officials Invited to Attend ATSSA’s 45th Annual Traffic Expo Free on February 10
Fredericksburg, Va. – The American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) is providing public officials with complimentary passes to attend the 45th Annual Convention & Traffic Expo in the Tampa Convention Center (Fla.) on Tuesday, February 10, 2015. The one-day pass is valid for public officials who work for city, state, county and federal government agencies in departments such as transportation, public works and maintenance. Public agency officials can take advantage of the Continental Breakfast from 8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.; workshops from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.; and the Traffic Expo from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
As North America’s largest trade show for roadway safety products and services, ATSSA’s Traffic Expo (February 6-10, 2015) expects 3,000 attendees from 44 countries to view 500 exhibit booths from nearly 200 companies. The trade show will encompass nearly 200,000-square-feet of exhibit hall space.
“ATSSA’s 45th Annual Convention & Traffic Expo is important for the roadway safety industry, and ATSSA wants to ensure that public agency representatives are able to attend,” said Melanie McKee, director of meetings & conventions. “It is our hope that the free, one-day pass will encourage public agency representatives to join others in the roadway safety industry for a chance to network at breakfast, attend valuable convention workshops and browse the exhibit show floor — all without incurring any cost to their employers.”
To receive the February 10 free pass to ATSSA’s 45th Annual Convention & Traffic Expo, public agency representatives must register online at www.atssa.com by January 12 or during the event at the registration desk at the Tampa Convention Center. For more information about ATSSA’s Annual Convention & Traffic Expo, visit www.atssa.com or call ATSSA at (540) 368-1701.
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