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Major Private Conventions and Trade Shows for 2013

 IBJ Staff
September 22, 2012
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The following information on conventions with a projected attendance of at least 2,000 was provided by Visit Indy and icclos.com. All events are to be held at the Indiana Convention Center.

Jan. 4-6
Indiana Home and Garden Show
Estimated attendance: 10,000

Jan. 11-13
National Precast Concrete Association
Estimated attendance: 4,500

Jan. 16-19
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America
Estimated attendance: 7,500

Jan. 30-Feb 9
CNH Parts & Service Trade Fair & Business Meeting
Estimated attendance: 2,700

Feb. 15-17
Advanstar Communications “Dealer Expo”
Estimated attendance: 18,000

Feb. 26-28
Cole Publishing “Pumper & Cleaner Environmental Expo”
Estimated attendance: 13,500

Mar. 5-8
49th annual National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) convention and The Work Truck Show
Estimated attendance: 11,000

Mar. 14-16
Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show
Estimated attendance: 2,500

Mar. 17-20
The Higher Education User Group “Alliance 2013”
Estimated attendance: 4,000

Mar. 27-31
National Society of Black Engineers
Estimated attendance: 11,000

Apr. 5-6
Just Give Me Jesus
Estimated attendance: 10,000

Apr. 6-10
National AfterSchool Association Annual Conference
Estimated attendance: 3,000

Apr. 10-12
Association of College & Research Libraries
Estimated attendance: 4,800

Apr. 16- 18
M-PACT Indiana Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Stores
Estimated attendance: 3,400

Apr. 22-27
Fire Department Instructors Conference
Estimated attendance: 28,000

May 2-3
OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon Expo
Estimated attendance: 40,000

May 2-8
American Society for Quality World Conference
Estimated attendance: 2,500

May 17-20
Do it Best Corp.
Estimated attendance: 10,000

May 29-June 1
American College of Sports Medicine
Estimated attendance: 5,400

June 19-28
Church of the Nazarene
Estimated attendance: 35,000

June 30-July 4
Shriners of North America
Estimated attendance: 20,000

July 8-12
Federation of Animal Science Societies (FASS) Joint Meeting
Estimated attendance: 5,000

July 31-Aug 9
Microscopy Society of America
Estimated attendance: 2,500

Aug. 4-8
American Association of Physicists in Medicine
Estimated attendance: 3,000

Aug. 15-18
Gen Con LLC
Estimated attendance: 37,000

Sept. 7-12
American Chemical Society National Meeting & Expo
Estimated attendance: 14,000

Sept. 29-Oct. 2
American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association “Railway Interchange”
Estimated attendance: 3,500

Oct. 18-21
Do it Best Corp.
Estimated attendance: 12,000

Nov. 7-9
National Association for Gifted Children
Estimated attendance: 3,000

Nov. 21-23
National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry
Estimated attendance: 25,000

Dec. 4-6
International Motorsports Industry Show
Estimated attendance: 40,000•

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