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National Ergonomics Conference and Expo Reaches 94% Exhibitor Renewal Rate
Date:3/5/2009

New November 17 - 20, 2009 Dates Announced

Ergonomics Programs Prove Vital in a Slow Economy

NEW YORK, March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The 15th Annual National Ergonomics Conference and Exposition (NECE) will be held at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, November 17 - 20, 2009. As of today, nearly a year prior, a remarkable 94% of last year's exhibitors have already renewed.

Exhibitors, including Sherry Rose, Ergonomics Product Manager for AliMed, are already anticipating the show saying, "The NECE is very important for us. It's the most cost effective way for me to visit with my existing clients and meet hundreds of new potential buyers." Other industry leaders including Herman Miller, Steelcase, Power Pusher by NuStar and many others plan to exhibit. Full attendee demographics and spending plans, and a current floor plan are online at www.ErgoExpo.com.

"Attendees are excited about the NECE moving up in the calendar, and we received early registrations immediately after the new date announcement to NECE Alumni," remarked Walter Charnizon, President of Continental Exhibitions, Inc. owners/producers of the event. "NECE attendees are a particularly dedicated group of professionals. Now, in a weak economy, they know that coming to the NECE to learn the newest ways to improve safety, productivity, and profitability are more important than ever before," Charnizon further commented. 48% of attendees said that their organizations will spend the same or more on ergonomics products and services this year, and nearly 50% of NECE attendees report that they only attend one conference each year, the NECE.*

This year's event will feature the 8th Annual NECE Attendees' Choice New Product Awards alongside the conference, which 99% of attendees said they'd recommend to a colleague.* This year's conference program will highlight w
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