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BusCon registration open, first video preview released

Posted on July 24, 2013

Attendees will have the opportunity to compare an unprecedented number of motorcoach, transit, shuttle, paratransit, trolley and alternatively-propelled buses (including electric) side-by-side in a 115,000-square foot exhibit hall.
Attendees will have the opportunity to compare an unprecedented number of motorcoach, transit, shuttle, paratransit, trolley and alternatively-propelled buses (including electric) side-by-side in a 115,000-square foot exhibit hall.
Registration for the 18th Annual BusCon Expo, taking place Sept. 9 to 11, 2013 at Chicago’s Navy Pier, is now open. The Early Bird deadline to get a discounted rate on a Full Conference Pass or to get a Free Exhibits Only Pass is Friday, August 9.

Now in its 18th year, BusCon continues to bring the bus industry together to share challenges, find solutions and improve performance. Attendees will have the opportunity to compare an unprecedented number of motorcoach, transit, shuttle, paratransit, trolley and alternatively-propelled buses (including electric) side-by-side in a 115,000-square foot exhibit hall, where representatives from some of the biggest companies in the industry will be on hand to answer your questions one-on-one.

A video featuring Publisher Frank Di Giacomo explaining why you should attend this year's BusCon was recently released. You can watch it here.

For additional details on BusCon’s comprehensive agenda, which also includes top-rated workshops, seminars and roundtables, as well as a number of networking opportunities, view the full schedule.

For full details, visit www.BusConExpo.com or call (800) 576-8788.

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