Register To Attend Eastern Energy Expo 2017

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With a little more than six weeks before opening, final plans are now being made for the 2017 Eastern Energy Expo, taking place May 21-25 in Hershey, Pa. 

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Conference organizers are planning for more than 4,000 attendees at the premier trade show for the energy and comfort industries. This year promises to eclipse last year’s inaugural event, with more than 250 exhibits as well as a robust schedule of business and technical education sessions.

The trade show features four areas: the Great American Hall, the Chocolate Ballroom, the Outdoor Truck Showplace and the Outdoor Live Fire Display. 

Attendees can choose from a variety of registration options, which include attendance at business programs. Education and business programs are offered in four tracks: Technical, Business, Motor Fuels/C-Store and Women in Energy. Trade show admission is free for qualified attendees. 

The convention also offers a variety of social and networking opportunities including Supplier Hospitality Night, the OESP Industry Awards Dinner as well as the Annual Golf Tournament and Care to Ride events. Visit for more information.

The excitement continues throughout Hershey – known as the sweetest place on Earth – featuring a variety of attractions, shopping, amusements, dining and fun that will make the EEE ’17 an event no one will want to miss.

There are just a few exhibitor booths still available as the show is expected to sell out. In addition, there are a limited number of sponsorship opportunities still remaining.

Three industry leaders – the Atlantic Region Energy Expo (AREE), the Oil & Energy Service Professionals (OESP) and the Pennsylvania Petroleum Association (PPA) – are coming together for the second consecutive year to offer the conference, based on the tremendous success of the inaugural show.

Participating associations also include Connecticut Energy Marketers Association, Mid-Atlantic Petroleum Dealers Association, Empire State Energy Association, New York Oil Heating Association, and Oil Heat Institute of Long Island.

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