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2003 National Heavy Equipment Show
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - 20th - 21st March 2003
Exhibition / trade show

Canada's largest heavy equipment show. Heavy construction, roadbuilding, paving, land improvement and infrastructure are the major show categories. Over 500 exhibitors and 10,000 + attendees that consist of contractors, owners and operators. Special feature is the "Equipment Rodeo" ... Canada's top operators compete on tractor-leader-backhoes and mini excavators for trophies and prices.


Date(s):
20th - 21st March 2003

Time(s):
Thu, Mar 20 9:00AM - 9:00PM Fri, Mar 21 9:00AM - 5:00PM (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)

Venue:
International Centre Exhibit Hall(s): Hall 1, Hall 2, Hall 3, Hall 3A, Hall 4, Hall 4A

Ticketing:
Admission - $10.00 Registration

Contact for booking / more info:
Master Promotions Ltd., Saint John, N.B. Phone: (506) 658-0018 Fax: (506) 658-0750 Contact: Mark Cusack, Show Manager Tel: 1-888-454-7469 Jennifer Allaby Phone: 1-888-454-7469 or 506-658-0018 Fax: 506-658-0750 Email: show@nbnet.nb.ca

www: masterpromotions.ca
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