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Great Lakes Logging & Heavy Equipment Expo

The 2018 Exhibitor Registration is Now Open

Call Jennie at (715) 282-5828 or Email her at jenniebaker@gltpa.org to reserve your booth.

Return the exhibitor contract with full payment to: GLTPA Expo PO Box 1278 Rhinelander WI 54501 or fax with credit card information to GLTPA at 715-282-4951.

 

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Exhibitor Contract
Expo Guide Advertising Opportunities
Sponsorship Opportunities
Hotel Accomodations
Expo Poster
Golf Cart Application

Indoor Booths- 10'x10' $620, Includes pipe & drape, table(s) and 2 chairs. Electricity is also included in the booth fee
Outdoor Booths- 30'x50' $740
Parking- $5.00 per vehicle, per day
Admission- $10, good for all 3 days. GLTPA members receive at least 1 free pass. Exhibitors receive 1 free pass per booth purchase.

For more information, please contact Jennie at jenniebaker@gltpa.org

Expo Kickoff Event

Thursday, September 6, 2018
6-9pm (CST)
Best Western Premiere Waterfront hotel & Convention Center
Oshkosh, WI

A night of food, fun, and networking with the industry's best for only $20!

Why Exhibit or Attend?

  • To display and promote all products used in the timber harvesting and construction industry.

  • To portray through demonstrations and exhibits the rapid change in technology created for wood products and the construction industry.

  • To demonstrate to visitors from around the world the importance of the forestry community in a global economy.

  • To enable the producer, trucker and sawmill the opportunity to analyze and compare, all at one location, the various products which are essential to the industry and their business.

  • To provide an opportunity for Association members and other industry leaders to exchange thoughts and ideas about allĀ  phases of the timber and construction industry.

  • To publicize the fact that more work, more jobs, and more stable outlook for long range development and expansion is a direct reflection of the forest and construction industry.

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