Abilities Expo Expands to Canada
After nearly four decades of successfully connecting the U.S. disability community with the latest products, services and resources from companies like yours, Abilities Expo will make its Canadian debut in Toronto on January 20-22, 2017 (#AbilitiesToronto). Abilities Expo’s partner in this exciting endeavor is Caneast, a leading producer of high-end consumer shows in the Ottawa area and western Quebec.
Great news, eh?
New Expo to Increase Independence for Canadian Disability Community
According to the Canadian government, approximately one out of six Ontarians is living with a disability. As the fourth most populous city in North America, Toronto is home to nearly 10 million living within an hour of downtown, and an ideal location for the newest Abilities Expo. We are thrilled to offer the Expo to the Toronto disability community as well as manufacturers, distributors, service providers and organizations whose mission it is to serve them.
Like their U.S. counterparts, attendees to the Toronto event will enjoy an impressive line-up of exhibits, workshops and activities geared for people of all ages with the full spectrum of disabilities, along with their families, caregivers, seniors and healthcare professionals.
“The impact the U.S. Abilities Expos have had in promoting greater independence and improved quality of life for the community is profound,” said David Korse, CEO of Abilities Expo. “We are excited to deliver the same solutions to our northern neighbors through Abilities Expo Toronto.”
Show Manager Sabrina Tedesco, a 20-year event planning veteran, will lead the Toronto team. “Sabrina’s consultative approach, along with her flair for creativity and originality, will be a tremendous asset as Caneast expands the Expo’s horizons beyond the borders of the United States,” said Ian Forsyth, Managing Partner of Caneast Shows. “We are delighted and proud to add to our fantastic line-up and bring Abilities Expo to Toronto and throughout Canada in the years to come.”
For more information about Abilities Expo Toronto, visit www.abilities.com/toronto. To contact Sabrina Tedesco directly, call (866) 999-0510, (613) 241-7775 x201 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Pre-Register for Abilities Expo Today...It's Free!
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