IPF Show starts Tuesday
What organizers say is the largest indoor agricultural equipment show in the upper Midwest – and the fourth largest in the United States – kicks off Tuesday and continues through Thursday at Iowa Events Center in Des Moines. The 2013 Iowa Power Farming Show features a quarter million square feet of indoor exhibit space and includes participation by well over 750 companies not only from across the United States, but also from several Canadian provinces. There are expected to be even more approximately 1,840 booths. Many new exhibitors will be among the companies showcasing products.
Attendance at the show is expected to exceed 20,000. The vast majority of those who attend each year are farm operators. And they’re not just from Iowa. The show is becoming known throughout the Midwest and people travel from throughout the region to participate in this enormous event.
“We hope that farmers will take time out of their busy schedules to allow themselves to be wowed by the new innovations at the Iowa Power Farming Show. Only the best companies are represented, and the show is designed for maximum exposure for the least time investment by our visitors,” said Tom Junge, event organizer, in a release previewing the show. “The central location of this show at the intersection of Interstates 80 and 35 will make it possible for farmers and producers to attend.”
The Iowa Power Farming Show is owned and managed by the Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association, which represents over 400 agricultural and outdoor power equipment dealers throughout Iowa and Nebraska.
The 2013 incarnation of the Iowa Power Farming show just might turn out to be the grandest ever. Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of this exceptionally important event.