The largest annual Plumbing, Heating and Cooling trade show will greet contractors and students with a sold out venue.
The 41st Annual Flow Expo Industry trade show will once again be welcoming exhibitors and attendees from throughout the western United States, Canada and the world to Long Beach, Calif., April 23rd.
The sold-out venue will host more than 200 exhibitors with 400 brands including all major vehicle manufacturers, covering 90,000 square feet of exhibit space.
The show represents not only the PHC core disciplines, but also fire suppression, back flow prevention, hydronics, trenchless piping, boilers, kitchen and bath remodeling and more, and is open to contractors, tradesman and trade students.
Education is always a key element of the expo, demonstrated by the shows slogan of "Experience, Explore and Excel." The Flow Expo advocates not only learning about the PHC industry but also aims to encourage new business growth and new career opportunities in the plumbing, HVAC and related fields. There is a focus at this year's show to develop opportunities especially for youth and returning military personnel to explore careers in the trades.
This year's seminars include presentations covering tankless solutions, lsing the Law to collect your money, PEX-a systems and asbestos, lead and mold awareness.
Exhibiting alongside manufacturers, representatives, wholesalers and service companies will be various trade associations, public utilities, government agencies and veteran groups.
The expo is presented by the Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors Association of the Greater Los Angeles Area. PHCC-GLAA is an affiliate of the California PHCC and National PHCC, serving the public and the PHC industry of Los Angeles since 1906. PHCC is the nation's oldest trade association and has its headquarters in Falls Church, Va.
The Flow Expo will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., April 23 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Hall A.
Preregistration through the website is free or at the show entrance. The media and press are always welcome to the show and will be allowed in with no charge with their press I.D.