International Pool | Spa | Patio Expo opens online registration
Carole Sloan -- Casual Living, July 13, 2012
DALLAS - Online registration is now open for the 2012 Int'l Pool | Spa | Patio Expo, taking place Nov. 6-8 at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, with the educational conference taking place Nov. 3-8.
Online registration is available at www.PoolSpaPatio.com/attendee, where information is accessible 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Registering in advance will save attendees not only money, but also time by not having to wait in long on-site registration lines.
"Early registration enables Int'l Pool | Spa | Patio Expo attendees to plan for and meet their business objectives for the show," said Lindsay Roberts, director of the PSP Expo. "By spending only a few minutes to register, attendees will receive show updates, breaking news and ensure a place in their desired conference seminar."
The Super Pass - the best value - includes conference seminars on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, as well as admission to the Expo, the Welcome Party at Mardi Gras World, the Saber Grills BBQ & Jazz Fest, and the APSP Zone | Live Workshop & Classroom. Advance prices are $205 for APSP members and $265 for non-members.
The Day Pass includes conference seminars on Tuesday only, Wednesday only or Thursday only, as well as admission to the Expo, the Welcome Party at Mardi Gras World, the Saber Grills BBQ & Jazz Fest, and the APSP Zone | Live Workshop & Classroom. Advance prices are $125 for APSP members and $150 for non-members.
The Expo Only option includes Expo admission on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, as well as admission to the Saber Grills BBQ & Jazz Fest and the APSP Zone | Live Workshop & Classroom. There is no admission fee for APSP members who register in advance, while non-members pay $25. Admission to the Welcome Party at Mardi Gras World is not included, but tickets may be purchased separately for $35 in advance.
Additional add-on educational opportunities include the APSP Builders Institute, the APSP Technical Service Institute, the APSP Hot Tub Technician Certification, the Genesis 3 Design Schools, the Genesis 3 Elements of Construction School, the Genesis 3 Introduction to Perspective Drawing School, the ASA/ACI Shotcrete Nozzleman Certification, the Certified Pool-Spa Operator Basic Course, the Foundation for Pool & Spa Industry Education | National Swimming Pool Foundation Seminar, and the National Plasterers Council Start-Up Certification Program. Details and prices can be found at www.PoolSpaPatio.com/attendee.
"Returning to New Orleans after a nine-year absence makes this an event that should not be missed by anyone in this industry," said Bill Weber, president and CEO of APSP, the show's official sponsor. "I encourage all of our members to register early to save money on registration fees."
For information about the Int'l Pool | Spa | Patio Expo, visit www.PoolSpaPatio.com or call 972.536.6350 or 888.869.8522. Additional information about the show can be found on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PoolSpaPatioExpo, LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1963264 and Twitter www.twitter.com/PoolSpaPatio. Twitter users can follow the show using #PoolSpaPatio or @PoolSpaPatio.
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