ICUEE exhibit space on sale May 1
By Lindsey Anderson25 April 2014
Exhibit space sales open May 1 for the next ICUEE - The Demo Expo for the September 29-October 1, 2015 event at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, KY.
The International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) is held every two years and focuses on the job needs of utilities and utility contractors. Attendees can test-drive the latest equipment, watch live demonstrations of new products and technologies, and take advantage of best-practices industry education.
Deadline is August 30 for priority exhibit space selection; space is then assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
ICUEE is known as The Demo Expo because it offers a number of hands-on and live demonstrations for the utility industry. According to show organizer AEM, 84 percent of ICUEE attendees say the opportunity to operate equipment and watch product demonstrations at ICUEE influences their buying decisions, and 90 percent say that the demonstrations have an impact on their decision to attend the show.
ICUEE 2015 will feature specialized exhibit pavilions for fleet management, safety, and green utility, plus a Ride & Drive test track (for on-road equipment and technologies) and indoor Demo Stage, in addition to the extensive in-booth exhibitor product demos.
ICUEE 2015 exhibit product categories include: aerial (lifting and crane); aerial work platforms; automation, controls and services; engines/components; fleet management; green utility products; ground engaging equipment (drilling & trenchless/HDD); heavy equipment/vehicles; industry services; jobsite tools (safety, lineman/test equipment); line materials - system infrastructure; line tools & equipment; material processing (chippers, crushers, grinders), safety; trailers; truck & truck bodies.
ICUEE covers 25 acres of indoor and outdoor exhibit space. The show perennially places among the top expositions of any industry in the U.S. in exhibition-industry rankings; ICUEE 2013 captured the number-two spot for the year (at more than 1.17 million net square feet) in the annual “top trade shows” list of the Trade Show News Network online media resource.