Exhibitors: Hundreds of mayors, council members, managers, finance officers, public works directors, police chiefs, and other municipal officials representing over 130 of Maryland's 157 municipalities will come together at the Maryland Municipal League's summer conference. MML's 2017 conference attracted over 900 registrants; total attendance is over 1,800 people. Many city and town officials look to conference exhibitors for the latest information about the techniques, products, and services their municipalities need.
These are the people who make the major purchasing decisions in Maryland's cities and towns.
Attendees: You should be among the hundreds of Maryland city and town officials who will gather June 10 - 13, 2018, at the Maryland Municipal League's summer conference in Ocean City, Maryland. Come learn about and discuss municipal issues and to network with fellow city and town officials. By participating in MML’s conference, you will enhance your knowledge and build skills that will improve your ability to serve the citizens who elected you.
Opportunities: You will also have an opportunity to meet with key state officials at the Cabinet Secretaries Roundtable and to visit commercial and state agency displays in MML’s exhibit hall, which includes over 230 exhibits.
Exhibitors display a wide array of products and services including wireless technology, engineers, GIS systems, financial services, insurance, lighting, ordinance codification, recreation and parks equipment, water and wastewater supplies and consultants, and public works equipment and vehicles.
Saving Money: Past MML conference attendees report that attending educational workshops and meeting with a conference exhibitors have saved significant amounts of money from what their municipality had previously been spending for the same service or product. Attending MML’s 2018 conference could pay big dividends.
About MML: Located at the Phipps Municipal Center in the state capital of Annapolis, MML was founded in 1936 and represents 157 municipal governments and two special taxing districts throughout the State of Maryland. A voluntary, nonprofit, nonpartisan association controlled and maintained by city and town governments, MML works to strengthen and support municipal government through advocacy and the development of effective leadership. Through its membership in the National League of Cities, MML offers legislative representation in Washington, urban research programs, and a national municipal government information exchange. MML is the only statewide organization in Maryland composed solely of municipal officials and devoted to the promotion of all branches of municipal administration.