Surfaces and StonExpo offer free education in 2011

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Dallas—Surfaces and StonExpo/Marmomacc Americas will offer their education programs free of charge, with the cost of exhibits admission.

“With the economy still in full recovery-mode, we understand that attending industry trade shows, though beneficial for networking and growing your business, can be a difficult sell due to the limited budgets business are working with right now,” states Dana Teague, director, Surfaces/StonExpo/Marmomacc Americas. “We hope that by offering our education program to registered attendees at no additional expense provides an added value and makes the trip out to Las Vegas more worthwhile.”

The education program is registered with AIA/CES, AIBD, IDEC, IICRC, IIDA, and NKBA. Attendees not only receive valuable knowledge and insight into the floor covering and stone industries, but they will also receive the continuing education credits required to maintain their status with their respective professional organizations. The education program, with approximately 75 different workshop, seminar and mini session options, has been carefully developed to cover a wide array of the most relevant topics in the floor covering and stone industries.

Attendee registration for both shows is now open. Visit surfaces.com or StonExpo.com or follow us on Twitter at #SURFACES and @StonExpo.

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