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2015 RECAP

The 2015 International Roofing Expo [IRE] would like to thank all our participants who helped make the Expo a huge success!  From the exhibitors, attendees, speakers and press, to the vendors, temporary staff and Community Service Day volunteers — the IRE would not have been successful without all of you!



2015
New Orleans
2014
Las Vegas
2013
San Antonio
2010
New Orleans
Total attendance 9,337 9,568 8,491 6,915
Booths 1,178 1,045 987 910
Net square feet 
117,811 104,500 98,700 91,000
Companies 465 426 410 380

 

Post-Show Survey
To ensure we offer the best possible 2016 IRE, please complete the post-show survey no later than Friday, March 6.


Post-Show Press Release
Read the 2015 IRE post-show press release.  

2015 IRE Photos
Photos from the 2015 IRE are available for viewing on the IRE Flickr page.

Product Showcase – *Best NEW Product* winners
A panel of industry experts selected first, second and third place winners of the Best New Product:
1st place – Leister Technologies – UNIROOF E 40 MM - 120V/15A  
2nd place – Tie Down Engineering / Roof Zone – RZ Guardrail 
3rd place – AceClamp/PMC Industries – Wind Clamp & Wire Management Clip 
    
Product Showcase – *Best SUSTAINABLE Product* winners
A panel of industry experts selected first, second and third place winners of the Best Sustainable Product:
1st place – Tie Down Engineering / Roof Zone – RZ Guardrail 
2nd place – Gutterglove, Inc. – Gutterglove Gutterguard
3rd place – Matterhorn Metal Roofing – Matterhorn Metal Roofing
  
2016 IRE
We look forward to seeing you next year in sunny Orlando!
  • Exhibits & Conference: February 17-19, 2016 
  • Orange County Convention Center | West Hall A | Orlando, Florida USA
  • Click for 2016 exhibit info.
 

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