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World's Largest AHR Expo Coming to Dallas

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The 65th International Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Exposition will be held at the Dallas Convention Center January 28th through the 30th. Over 1800 manufacturers and suppliers will display the latest heating, air-conditioning, ventilation, refrigeration, automation, plumbing products and systems.

Last years event, in Chicago, set an all-time record attendee mark of over 58,000 visitors and exhibitors. According to Clay Stevens, President of International Exposition Company, "We believe the 2013 Dallas event will benefit from an improving economy and HVACR industry advancements." The event was last held in Dallas back in 2007 when over 40,000 registered visitors attended.

Advance registration is free of charge and it covers the entire 3 day event. On-site registration is $20 for all 3 days. To register for the expo visit . The Dallas Convention center is located at 650 S. Griffin Street, Dallas, Texas 75202. The phone number to contact the convention center is: 214-939-2700.

You must be 18 years of age or older to attend the event. However, 16 and 17 years olds are allowed when accompanied by an adult at all times in the exhibit areas. Photography and/or video recording is not allowed in the exhibit areas unless specific permission is given by the individual exhibitor.




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