• Corcoran Expositions Announces the Management of New Trade Show and Renewal of Existing Client

     
    POSTED January 16, 2017
     

Corcoran Expositions, a large independent trade show organizer, will manage a new trade show for the American Dental Hygienists Association; they also have renewed the National Brownfields Training Conference.

Corcoran Expositions will arrange exhibit sales and management services for the American Dental Hygienists Association’s CLL 2017 94th Annual Session, which will be held in Jacksonville, Fla. In 2018, the show will be held in Columbus, Ohio.

The 2017 National Brownfields Training Conference will be held in Pittsburgh. Corcoran Expositions will work on exhibit sales, sponsorship sales and management services.  

“We are extremely pleased to be working with the American Dental Hygienists Association, as well as the International City/County Management Association, cosponsor of the National Brownfields Training Conference, in producing their upcoming trade shows,” says Tom Corcoran, founder. “We pride ourselves on our long client relationships, so are always thrilled when an existing client decides to continue working with us, as is the case with the International City/County Management Association who have been a client for 15 years and who we have partnered with for the National Brownfields Training Conference since 2011. We hope that the American Dental Hygienists Association also becomes a long-term client.”

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