Online registration has opened for Coverings 2015, the largest tile & stone exposition in North America, which returns to Orlando, Fla.’s Orange County Convention Center, April 14-17. Coverings 2015 is anticipated to offer 1,000 exhibitors representing over 40 countries across 400,000 square feet of exhibition space, in addition to a robust program of CEU accredited seminars, demonstrations and networking opportunities—all at no cost.
“As the 2015 show approaches, we are eagerly looking forward to another exciting year of providing attendees access to the largest range of global tile and stone exhibitors, and the most extensive schedule of programming and educational offerings for all segments of the tile and stone industry,” said Karin Fendrich, Coverings show director. “The abundance of resources and information provided by Coverings to architects, designers, tile and stone retailers, distributors, installers and contractors, and builders and developers—at no cost to them—has ensured that their businesses have managed to thrive, and that the tile and stone industry has maintained such high standards for excellence. We are exceptionally proud that our efforts continue to be impactful to the entire industry.”
Early registration provides attendees with advance notice and access to events and conference sessions, contests and promotions that will quickly meet capacity, show organizers stated. In addition, Coverings arranges discount travel and hotel packages through a variety of hotel partners including: Avanti Resort, Courtyard by Marriott International Drive, Embassy Suites Orlando, Hampton Inn Orlando I Drive, Hilton Orlando, Homewood Suites by Hilton International Drive, Hyatt Place Orlando, Hyatt Regency Orlando, Residence Inn Orlando Convention Center, Rosen Centre Hotel, Rosen Plaza Hotel, Sonesta ES Suites Orlando, Springhill Suites Orlando Convention Center, Westgate Lakes Resort & Spa and Westin Orlando Universal Boulevard.
Attendees can reserve their hotel rooms and register for Coverings at coverings.com/register.
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