Oh Canada! 2017 SIMA Symposium

May 8, 2017

WeatherWorks is heading north of the border as we will be attending the 20th Annual SIMA Symposium. The symposium is one of the industry's largest conference and trade shows and will be held June 20-23rd at the Palais des congres de Montrèal (Montrèal Convention Center) in Montreal, Quebec. We invite you to stop by our trade show Booth #531 to meet with our sales staff and learn how we can help you be more efficient and profitable for your winter operations. Along with more information on how we can help your operations, we will also have special show discounts and handouts, including a chance to save big on the industry leading Certified Snowfall Totals™ snow verification service with our scratch off tickets. In addition, our own Robert Reale will be holding an education session on Friday June 23rd from 9-10:15am on How to Effetively use Weather Radar which we invite you to attend. More information on the SIMA Symposium can be found be visiting: www.sima.org/show/symposium-home. 


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