NSSGA’s Top Reasons to Attend AGG1

The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA) Annual Convention and AGG1 Academy & Expo will be held in Nashville in March 2016, and NSSGA is so excited to be in the “Music City” that the association wanted to highlight the top 10 reasons to attend the event. Click Here to register for the aggregates industry’s leading exposition and education resource.

NSSGA’s Opening Celebration

Get ready for a Nashville-style celebration to kick off NSSGA’s Annual Convention and AGG1 Academy & Expo, featuring food and music. Over the coming weeks you will find out which stars of country music will perform at the celebration and who will give inspiring presentations.

Big. Honking. Equipment.

Come and see the biggest AGG1 Expo to date, featuring a large array of innovative equipment, products and services to help you get the job done. NSSGA is expecting more than 100,000 sq. ft. of exhibits, making the expo one of the largest industry shows.

Strategic Sales Training

New to AGG1 Academy this year, learn what it really takes to connect with customers and prospects. If you are new to the world of selling, or if you are not happy with the results you have been generating, the NSSGA Strategic Sales Training event might be your answer.

Get Out to a Pit

Up to 150 attendees can join the annual Operations Tour hosted at the Rogers Group Rutherford County Quarry. The in-depth quarry tour is open to all AGG1 and World of Asphalt attendees and includes a “BBQ in the Pit” event.

Improved Schedule

Annual Conference committee meetings are now on Sunday and Monday, March 20 and 21, to allow attendees more time on the AGG1 Expo floor and to attend AGG1 Academy sessions.

Start Your Day with NSSGA

Check out the new NSSGA Membership Meeting and get your day started with a breakfast for Annual Convention attendees on Tuesday, March 22.

Hang Out at Honky Tonks

Annual Convention and AGG1 Academy & Expo attendees are in the heart of Music City, U.S.A. Check out the country and honky tonk venues where legendary icons got their start, including the “Mother Church of country music” Ryman Auditorium, the Bluebird Café and Station Inn.

Get More Out of Registration

A new registration package is designed for employees of NSSGA members who do not serve on NSSGA committees but want to attend the Annual Convention and AGG1 Academy & Expo. This package includes both of the Annual Convention General Sessions, NSSGA Membership Breakfast, AGG1 Expo and an all-access pass to AGG1 Academy sessions.

See a Wonder of the World

You don’t have to cross the pond to see one of the wonders of the world. Nashville is home to a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens. See how the Parthenon looked back in ancient Greece with authentic replica statues in their original state.

Improve your Aggregates Knowledge

The AGG1 Academy is the one place to go to learn about virtually every aspect of the aggregates industry. The practical knowledge you’ll gain and proven techniques you’ll learn about will enable you to manage your operation more effectively, efficiently and profitably.

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