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Special Events

COLE Publishing Industry Appreciation Party

Don’t miss the COLE Publishing Industry Appreciation Party. Featuring the music of country star Frankie Ballard, it will be a party you won’t want to miss!

Friday, February 24 Doorsopen at 5:00 p.m., music at 7:00 p.m.
Admission free with your WWETT 2017 badge

Spartan Tool Kick Off Party at Lucas Oil Stadium

Gather with your friends for food, drink, and music from the Jai Baker Band as we celebrate WWETT Show 2017, courtesy of hosts Spartan Tool.

Thursday, February 23 5:00 p.m.
Admission free with your WWETT 2017 badge

WWETT Live! at Lucas Oil Stadium

Come to Lucas Oil Stadium and watch leading manufacturers showing off their newest trucks and latest equipment. And maybe say hello to some cheerleaders!

- Thursday, February 23 and Friday, February 24
- Admission free with your WWETT 2017 badge

Click below for more details and schedules.

Exhibitor Demos

Want to see how a piece of equipment works? Find out how it can help you do your job more efficiently? Don’t miss the Exhibitor Demonstrations in the Expo Hall at WWETT. 

Click below for more details and schedules.

Women in Industry Social Hour

"Our industry sometimes feels like a 'good ol' boys' club. Ready to shake things up? Looking forward to the Women in Industry Social Hour! See you there." ~ Ellen Rohr, President of ZoomDrain and TV personality

Come join Ellen and other women in the industry to mingle, share stories and experiences, and make some new friends. Some munchies will be provided and the WWETT Show will buy your first drink.


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