P3 Pet Trade Show Opens Registration, Searches for Seminar Speakers

October 7, 2015

Taking place on August 24 and 25, 2016 at Navy Pier in Chicago, the new P3|Progressive Pet Products trade show has opened advance online attendee registration and initiated a call for speakers for its educational seminar series entitled “Focus on the Future.”

“We’ve been very pleased with the positive response and industry feedback we’re received since announcing the new P3 show,” said Stacey Barrett Brooks, P3 show director. “Top distributors, manufacturers and industry newcomers are already reserving space on the show floor and we’re now moving into full gear with show promotions and programming.”

To ensure ease of attendee registration and entry, P3 will offer ExpressPass registration to credentialed retailers involved in pet-related businesses. Rather than receiving a badge in advance by mail, retailers can receive an ExpressPass via email to scan with onsite readers when they arrive at the show.

To qualify for and receive the ExpressPass, retailers can visit www.p3petshow.com and complete the online application.

P3 will accept speaking proposals until November 15. For complete details on the application and selection process, potential speakers can visit the “Education/Events” section of the show website, www.p3petshow.com.

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