The 2013 Southeast Aviation Expo will be Friday, September 27 from 1 pm – 6 pm, and Saturday, September 28 from 9 am – 3 pm at the Greenville Downtown Airport.
The 2013 Southeast Aviation Expo will provide pilots from around the southern region a showcase of the latest products on the market as well as offer education on the products being marketed. This event will be open to anyone interested in aviation; there will be a $5 admission fee to attend. South Carolina Aviation Association (SCAA) members will receive a pass to attend for free. Companies that sell aviation products as well as aviation services are invited to exhibit at the show. Greenville Jet Center will provide FREE tiedowns and fuel discounts for fly-in attendees. A list of hotels offering discounted room rates close to the airport will be listed on www.scaaonline.com New for 2013 you will be able to provide your clients and prospect clients a ticket to attend the expo for free.
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Exhibitor registration is also available online. Our list of sponsors and exhibitors is growing. Be sure to register early to ensure you are part of what is sure to be another successful event! Follow the link to purchase your space using our secure server.
Officials with the SCAA and Greenville Downtown Airport (GMU) announced that National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) President and CEO Ed Bolen will be a featured speaker at the third annual 2013 Southeast Aviation Expo.
“The 2013 Southeast Aviation Expo provides the only pilot focused trade show in South Carolina on an annual basis,” said Bill New, SCAA President. Our Association’s goals remain focused on events such as this in order to reach out to all pilots in South Carolina and neighboring states in an effort to provide them with pilot education and a venue that offers the opportunity to see what products and services are available. “The South Carolina Aviation Association is excited to partner once again with the Greenville Downtown Airport to produce this year’s expo event.”