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TRIB to share retread message at WasteExpo

Posted on April 17, 2014

The Tire Retread & Repair Information Bureau (TRIB) will exhibit at WasteExpo 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia, April 29 to May 1.  

TRIB says members of the waste industry are large users of retreaded tires and the expo is an opportunity to reach fleets and end-users to showcase the benefits of retreaded tires.

The organization plans to show a large-screen version of its video on the environmental benefits of retreading and distribute information on retreading and materials from TRIB members who cater to the waste industry segment.

The WasteExpo show will have more than 550 exhibiting companies, 40 conference sessions and workshops and over 11,000 participants.

TRIB will be at booth # 2064. For more information, visit www.wasteexpo.com.

Related Topics: retreads, Tire Retread & Repair Information Bureau, WasteExpo

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