The Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA) will hold its 14th Annual Snow & Ice Symposium in Schaumburg, Ill., June 22-25, 2011.
Snow & Ice Symposium to be held in Schaumburg, Ill.
The Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA) will hold its 14th Annual Snow & Ice Symposium in Schaumburg, Ill., June 22-25, 2011. The 4-day event will feature a trade show, speakers, educational sessions, and networking events for professionals in the snow and ice industry.
“After heavy snow seasons in many areas, snow removal education is becoming increasingly important. SIMA is working hard to provide another great show full of up to date information for industry professionals,” said Jennifer Hallett, SIMA Director of Education and Certification. “We are looking forward to presenting some new programs and ideas in Schaumburg.”
New for the 2011 Symposium will be a day-long Snow Management Efficiency Workshop. The event will feature an Eye-Opener session, and then allow attendees to visit with experts at numerous stations to hear short presentations, case studies, and helpful tips on being efficient in various areas of snow and ice management.
The Symposium will be held at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel, and will also feature:
A 2 day trade show featuring the latest equipment and services from over 80 exhibitors.
Keynote “Seven Decisions that Work 100% of the Time” with Andy Andrews, International Speaker & New York Times Bestselling Author.
Over 20 educational sessions with topics covering industry trends, contract language, bidding & estimating, salt & liquids and more.
“Snack & Chat” roundtable discussions on various snow and ice topics where attendees can network and share tips of the trade.
Networking receptions, including a closing event dinner in downtown Chicago.
The Snow Warrior Awards & Recognition Night, honoring the best in snow and ice.
Registration and a full schedule of events are available now for the 14th Annual Snow & Ice Symposium at www.SIMASnowShow.com. For more information, contact Martin@sima.org, or call 414-375-1940.