Welcome to Chicago, Home of the 2005 Masonry Showcase at Construct AmericaTM
By Colin Faul
When it comes to sports teams, skyscrapers, shopping, history, endless activities and nightlife, what else can a city offer you? Well the answer: the 2005 Masonry Showcase at Construct AmericaTM next April 20-22, 2005!
Chicago is the perfect location to hold MCAA's Masonry Showcase. The history that Chicago is built upon should be draw enough to masonry attendees and exhibitors. Fires that ravaged the city back in 1871 changed the construction industry forever and created the city of masonry that Chicago is based upon today. And of course, being a masonry city, local contractors and attendees that exhibitors want to talk to will be plentiful.
Chicago is the city where the attendees will be at. No other destination in the country can match Chicago's ease of accessibility including airports and drive in factor. Over 5,000 contractor firms are from surrounding areas such as Iowa, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota and Missouri. These 5,000 firms are only a short drive away making Chicago the perfect destination for local contractors to visit. On top of that, Chicago's nationwide exposure as the international hub of numerous airlines makes it an enticing location and the number one destination for both business and pleasure.
We are well into the planning stages for our 2005 program. Coupled with alluring Chicago venues, an exciting new co-location with Construct America and a no excuse travel location, the 2005 Masonry Showcase at Construct America'" will be a must attend event. If you are looking for nationwide exposure, an event and location showcasing the attendees that will purchase your products, then the 2005 Masonry Showcase in Chicago is where you should be.
To participate in the 2005 Masonry Showcase, please contact MCAA for an exhibitor kit at (800) 536-2225. For further information visit us on the web at www.masonryshowcase.com.
About the Author
Colin Faul was the Director of Marketing and Director of Professional Development for the Mason Contractors Association of America.