Flow Expo Southern California Plumbing Heating Cooling Industry Trade Show 2017

Event contact title
Tradeshow Manager
Event contact first name
Dorman
Event contact last name
Kehr
Email
tradeshow@phccglaa.org
Event contact telephone number
323-913-7340
Fax
323-913-7343
Description

The Flow Expo is the largest trade show in the Western United States dedicated to Plumbing, Heating, Cooling and related industries. The Flow Expo is where thousands of professionals have been gathering for over 40 years to discover and discuss the newest in technologies, trends, services and code requirements. With over 136 exhibitors representing over 400 brands it has grown to become "THE" event of the year for the PHC trades in the West.

Attendee information
WHO ATTENDS Plumbing HVAC Backflow Fire Sprinklers Refrigeration Mechanical Trenchless Technologies Facilities Services Engineering Code Officials Municipalities Utilities Remodeling Professionals
Exhibitor information

Exhibitors are regional, national and international and represent manufacturer's, OEM, distributors, representatives, wholesalers and service companies. Their products and services cover the full spectrum of PHC projects from beginning to end.

 

The Flow Expo attracts attendees from the Western United States and beyond in many PHC disciplines including Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, Backflow, Fire Sprinklers, Refrigeration, Mechanical, Trenchless, Facility Services, Engineering and Remodeler's. The Expo is restricted to the Industry meaning you get to speak with those who specify and use the products you represent. Attendance is consistently in excess of 3500 which means in the length of the show that's an average of over 400 attendees an hour,which puts your company in front of more potential customers in a single day than any sales force could ever do.

Partner Voices

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