Welcome to the 5th Annual Military Vehicles Exhibition & Conference!
EXHIBITION OPENING & CLOSING TIMES:
Day One, July 31 at 10am to 5pm
* Cocktail Reception: 3pm to 5pm
Day Two, August 1 at 10am to 3pm
* Prize Giveaways: 12:30pm
IDGA’s Military Vehicles Exhibition & Conference is on this week (Wednesday July 31 & Thursday August 1) at the Cobo Center in Detroit, MI. With over 60 exhibitors, four vehicles including the MRAP and Humvee from the HSI, a presentation theater and over 1500 pre-registered attendees - you shouldn't miss this event.
IDGA is also looking forward to giving away five prizes during the event, including the $500.00 for you, and $500.00 for a charity of your choice on the second day at 12:30pm. Make sure you don't miss the cocktail reception at the end of the first day, with roulette tables, entertainment and complimentary food and drink from 3pm.
Join individuals from the vehicles community as they come together to learn best practices, programs and processes for 2013. It is a great place to network with past contacts and meet potential future clients.
If you haven't pregistered, don't worry. Go down during the opening times and you can register with our team onsite. If pre-registered, you'll have received your confirmation email today/tomorrow, and we'll have your badge already waiting. Be sure to also pick up the 5th Annual Military Vehicles Exhibition & Conference Show Guide!
See what past attendees had to say:
I have attended several IDGA events and they are excellent. Glad to see you here in Michigan!- Scott Clay, Application Engineer, SC Associates
Conference discussions were timely and offered us insight in to the future of military vehicles. The supplier displays were well laid out and representatives were very knowledgeable- Engineering Manager, BAE Systems Inc., Land & Armaments Group
Overall, I enjoyed the show very much. Some of the conference discussions were timely and offered us some insight in to the future of military vehicles. The supplier displays were well laid out and representatives were very knowledgeable.- Joe Burchill, Link Engineering