BCMC Show Already Bigger Than 2015

Originally published by: BCMCAugust 8, 2016

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At 31,000 square feet, BCMC 2016 is already bigger than last year! With 87 exhibitors and more added daily, there is no doubt this year’s show will be an incredible opportunity to encounter new products and services that can help you grow your business. Attendees agree that BCMC is the place to get all of the information you need to make smart purchases.

“First-hand experiences with exhibitor’s equipment allowed me to make intelligent decisions prior to purchasing,” commented Wilson Walden of Riverside Truss. Darren DiMedio of DuBell Lumber concurs: “BCMC provides connections between component manufacturers and vendors to increase our knowledge on available resources.”

BCMC provides the opportunity to find valuable information both on and off the show floor. Presented by fellow manufacturers, this year’s educational sessions once again run the gamut from lean manufacturing to training to QC and safety. You will even have the chance to learn how to best use the new Framing the American Dream data to grow your market share. There is something for everyone, including a session designed specifically for IT professionals, so check it out!

While you’re there, you might as well REGISTER. Early bird pricing expires on Thursday, August 25. Make plans to stay through the Closing Celebration on Thursday, October 20, to enjoy free food and drinks and lots of fun on the show floor. The festivities will include several giveaways, including a vacation voucher and the use of a Lakeside Trailer for a year!

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