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2012 No-Dig Show Heads to Nashville


— Apr 01, 2011

The 2011 No-Dig show may have just ended, but it’s never too early to start thinking about No-Dig 2012. Next year’s conference will be held in Nashville, Tenn., at the newly renovated Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center from Sunday, March 11 to Friday, March 16.

No-Dig 2012 program chair and current NASTT chairman George Ragula says he is excited for the conference to return to the Volunteer state for the third time.

“Those involved in the No-Dig show for a long time will find it rather nostalgic going back to Tennessee,” Ragula said. “We’ve had two very successful shows there.”

But that doesn’t mean new attendees will be barred from learning, networking and having fun alongside the veterans. Ragula emphasizes the fact that attendees from all walks of conference experience will find invaluable information about the innovations in the trenchless market. With increasing emphasis on sustainability and cost efficiency and the trenchless market’s similar goals, Ragula says the 2012 No-Dig show will “bring in new and independent observers.”

As always, there will be technical sessions presenting the highest quality of professional papers in the industry. Attendees will be able to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for their participation in these technical sessions. The official list of presenters will be available by [September].

The Kick-Off Breakfast, Education Auction, Gala and Closing Luncheon will still be iconic parts of the 2012 No-Dig Show. Always looking to improve upon the past, Ragula says he is interested in attendee feedback to make the No-Dig show and its components an even better conference experience. All additional information will be available at www.nodigshow.com as it is finalized.

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