AWWA 2014 Annual Conference and Exposition early registration ends today, March 28

March 27, 2014

DENVER — Early registration for the conference, taking place in Boston June 9-12, closes Friday, March 28.

DENVER — Early registration for the American Water Works Association’s 2014 Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE14), taking place in Boston June 9-12, closes Friday, March 28, according to a press release.

Individuals are encouraged to register early for the conference and save up to $100 in registration fees, noted the release, with special rate opportunities also available for select groups; utilities, operators and professors who register five or more attendees to receive one free attendee registration with access to the exposition and all professional sessions.

ACE14 addresses timely topics and solutions for global water professionals, the release reported, with a speaker lineup including the former Mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani as the Opening General Session speaker, and professional sessions with more than 550 presentations.

Attendees will have networking and educational opportunities available at the exposition, continued the release, including the Career Center Job Fair, International Resource Center, poster sessions, competitions, Roundtable Solution Sessions and the Innovation Pavilion.

According to the release, more information about registration options is available on the ACE14 webpage.

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