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Nov. 10, 2004: ACCA Indoor Air Expo Expected To Be Record-Breaker

November 10, 2004
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ARLINGTON, Va. - The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) has announced that booth sales for its annual Indoor Air Expo are open and 65 percent of the space is already reserved. Held in conjunction with the association's annual conference, the 2005 ACCA Conference & Indoor Air Expo will be held March 9-12 at the Renaissance Austin in Texas.

"Interest in this year's expo has already been very high," said Michael Honeycutt, ACCA senior vice president and chief of staff. "Last year's floor sold out well in advance of the conference and we expect it will happen again. We urge suppliers and manufacturers to reserve their space as soon as possible or they are going to miss the ultimate opportunity to reach some of the top contractors from across the country."

According to the association, the last ACCA Conference & Indoor Air Expo saw a record number of contractor attendees, and interest in the 2005 show indicates another record-breaking year is likely.

For information on exhibiting at the Indoor Air Expo, contact Sandra Kyles at 703-824-8861 or by e-mail at sandra.kyles@acca.org.

Publication date: 11/08/2004

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