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Spa expo to offer learning opportunities

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The educational conference will feature 50 certified seminars.

| August 30, 2010

DALLAS –The 2010 International Pool/Spa/Patio Expo will be held Nov. 3-5, in the Bayside Halls at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. 

Fifty seminars cover topics designed especially for residential and commercial builders/contractors, retailers, service companies and landscape architects/designers.

All 50 seminars have been certified by the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals’ Certified Building Professional program [CBP] and/or Certified Service Professional [CSP]. In addition, all seminars have been approved by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training [IACET].  

Each seminar is classified by course levels, enabling attendees to customize training according to their level of skill and area of expertise. There are five course levels ranging from 100 [beginner], 200 [advanced beginner], 300 [intermediate], 400 [advanced intermediate] and 500 [advanced].  

All educational seminars are ticketed events and require registration. Advanced pricing of conference registration packages range from $195 to $255 for a super pass and $115 to $140 for a day pass.  

All conference packages include free admission to the Expo, one of the four power panels, the welcome party at Haze Nightclub, the APSP live workshops and the VGB demonstrations.  

Members of the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals [APSP] receive a discount on all packages. Space in seminars is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For information, visit

www.PoolSpaPatio.com/attendee

or call 972-536-6350 or 888-869-8522.

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