Southern California Facilities Expo Returns to Anaheim for its 27th Year

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Free event features a sold out exhibit hall and conferences that address energy efficiency, water/wastewater, safety and management

Attendees and exhibitors can expect a packed exhibit hall filled with more products and services than ever before.

Southern California Facilities Expo returns to Anaheim, Calif., May 15-16, 2013, as the only facilities event of its kind in Southern California. Facilities professionals will gather for two days to learn about the latest trends in the industry, meet with companies showcasing the latest technologies and products, and share ideas with fellow facilities professionals. For details and to register visit,

“Attendees and exhibitors can expect a packed exhibit hall filled with more products and services than ever before. We already have 10% more exhibit space than we’ve had in past years and we’re still bringing in last minute exhibiting companies,” said Lisa Nagle, show director for Facilities Expos.

Attendees at this event can expect:

  • One-on-one meetings with representatives from industry-leading companies
  • Educational sessions led by industry experts
  • The latest products and services to start saving money immediately
  • Networking with fellow facilities professionals

“This event provides a great opportunity for facilities professionals to learn about the latest trends in the industry and great cost-saving techniques that they can start using immediately. The free conference sessions will focus on water/wastewater ideas, safety updates, energy efficiency upgrades, among many other topics,” said Marion Sours, conference manager of the Facilities Expos.

Southern California Facilities Expo is produced by Cygnus Business Media. As one of America’s top business-to-business media companies, Cygnus reaches millions of professionals annually and leads the way in providing targeted content to top decision-makers and organizations. The company’s corporate initiatives and organizational architecture are built with one goal: fully engaging audiences in aviation, building & construction, public safety & security, and agriculture vertical markets, as well as diversified industries such as transportation, printing, accounting, and vending, and other markets.

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