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It’s never too soon to start planning your trip to the 2015 WWETT Show.
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It’s never too soon to start planning your trip to the 2015 Water & Wastewater Equipment Treatment & Transport (WWETT) Show (formerly the Pumper & Cleaner Expo) at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis Feb. 23-26. The convenient downtown venue connects you and the opportunities to grow in your business and in the industry. 

From the moment you leave your hotel room to the elevator on the way down to the lobby, at breakfast, and on the walk to the convention center and all throughout the day, you’ll have no problem striking up conversations with your peers wherever you go. 

You’ll notice the show has gone through some changes since last year, with a name change and a new website, but we will continue to bring you the best show in the industry. The new name provides a more fitting snapshot of what the show has become — with your help — and where it’s heading in the years to come. 

“It’s a show for an entire industry of hard-working people who maintain our sewer and water infrastructure, properly treat and dispose of wastewater, keep water safe, and our environment healthy,” says Bob Kendall, COLE Publishing founder.

“We’re not just a show for pumpers and cleaners — we’ve grown and evolved into so much more, and so have you.” 

Now, onto the 2015 show. Have you booked your hotel? Have you scanned the new WWETT website to see scope out the schedule?

If you’re not familiar with the show — or you’re a regular who’s been attending for 20 years — here’s a look at some fun facts about the WWETT show:

  • Just under 4,000 attending companies were represented at the 2014 Expo
  • The WWETT show takes up the entire 540,000 square feet of the Indiana Convention Center
  • 86 percent of attendees said that new products and technologies are the main reason they attend the Expo
  • An Industry Appreciation Party includes a must-see private concert for WWETT show attendees — and, of course, 25-cent tap beers!

Most importantly, have you registered for the show? If not, there’s no better time than now. Registration is only $35 until Nov. 14, after which the price goes up to $60 until Jan. 23. Think about it. A mere $35 gets you countless networking opportunities, a full day — and more — of education classes, and a sneak peek at the newest technologies from more than 500 exhibitors.

Don’t miss out on this essential yearly marketing and sales tool. Visit to get started.

Watch what happened at the 2014 show: What sparks your interest?


Questions? Call 866/933-2653 or email and any of our trade show coordinators will be happy to help.


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