Michael Coburn, ASCTEXPhone: (561) 863-4744Fax: (561) 863-4754Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tile And Stone Pavilion Scheduled For Chicago June 13-15, 2005
North Palm Beach, USA (August 10,2004)-The Architectural Stone And Ceramic Tile Exposition (ASCTEX) will again organize a pavilion of natural stone and ceramic tile products within the Chicago edition of the NeoCon shows ... North America's largest exposition and conference for interior designers, architects, and facilities managers.
At the recent 2004 NeoCon World's Trade Fair in Chicago stone and tile companies found an audience of nearly 42,000 attendees that enthusiastically welcomed the addition of natural stone and ceramic tile into their event.
"This positive response prompted NeoCon to provide us with a much larger area where a pavilion of tile and stone will be situated along the front of the building at next year's show ". said Michael Coburn
, organizer of ASCTEX
" What better way to expand your market than to bring your tile and stone into these well established events, the Chicago show alone offers us exposure to over 40,000, that's huge ... " stated Coburn
Architects, designers and facility managers will have the chance to meet face to face with leading firms from the stone and tile community, see a wider variety of products and ultimately raise their awareness of how and where tile and stone can be used in more commercial applications."This has been an objective for many years, now we finally have an opportunity to bring these groups together" said Coburn
The Chicago Architectural Stone And Ceramic Tile Exposition @ NeoCon World's Trade Fair is scheduled for June 13-15, 2005 at the Merchandise Mart.Michael Coburn
, who for 16 years was VP at TSI
, the former management firm for the Coverings exposition in Orlando, has now organized the Architectural Stone And Ceramic Tile Exposition
(ASCTEX) @ NeoCon http://www.asctex.com/ as a way for a select group of natural stone and ceramic tile companies to extend their marketing reach and expand their geographic base.