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Parking Industry Exhibition Trade Show and Seminars March 7-10, 2010 • Chicago


Training, Seminars & Networking


“The best seminars in the business!” That was the response from one of the parking industry’s leading experts when asked about this show. You will have the opportunity to learn about all of the latest issues in parking. You also get to suggest your own content. These three days will give you the tools tomake your programa success. Meet the top minds in the business to discuss what your problems are and how to fix them. Located at Chicago/O’Hare. At a cost of $250.


You cannotmiss this. The Tradeshow


With over 120+ companies in attendance, this is your opportunity to find out about all of the new products and get great deals on the old ones.We create an atmos- phere that gives you plenty of opportunity to meet with representatives of each company in a relaxed and enjoy- able setting. The show is organized so that you will have ample time to attend the seminars that most intrigue you and still see every booth at the show.


These companies come to see you. They will take the time to explain their products and benefits.


SUNDAY SESSION Get the focused information for these areas. One day, 4 hours and you will become an expert in


one of the following:


• Automated and Mechanical Parking Systems-Learn about these incredible parking structures


• Parking Enforcement-Learn about the solutions and the future of enforcement • Hospitals-Find the solutions to short term, long term and valet parking issues • Boot Camp-Learn the basics on the whole parking industry.


NETWORKING-Speed Networking, Social Sessions, Informal Interactions Meet your peers and learn the easy way what they learned the hard way.


This will be the best parking experience you will have all year. Learn more on the inside……


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FEBRUARY 2010 • PARKING TODAY • www.parkingtoday.com


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