North American RINK Conference & Expo NARCE 2018

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The North American Rink Conference & Expo (NARCE) is the premier annual educational event and exposition for ice rink industry professionals. Each year, the North American Rink Conference & Expo integrates quality education with the nation’s largest ice rink industry trade show (77 booths in 2017), bringing you the newest innovations designed to improve your facility’s bottom line. Whether you are looking to build, renovate or simply place annual orders for your rink, the exhibitors at the RINK expo will be there to showcase their latest products and services for you to experience firsthand.

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Who attends: Rink owners, general managers, operations managers, programming directors, recreation directors and coordinators, ice hockey and figure skating administrators, shift supervisors, operations personnel. Where do they work Private and municipal facilities, multi-sport facilities, community recreation centers, multi-purpose arenas, universities, private schools, entertainment centers. For-profit and non-profit organizations, management companies, youth hockey associations, figure skating clubs, amateur sport National Governing Bodies, professional hockey teams.

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The RINK Expo at NARCE is the only time during the year that all of the top ice rink industry vendors come together under one roof to offer you the opportunity to preview the latest products and services.?Ice resurfacers, edgers, paints and painting equipment, dasherboards and shielding, flooring, scheduling and management software, rink supplies, architects and construction, refrigeration, dehumidification, lighting, insurance, advertising, rental skates and much more!

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