Firehouse Expo 2017: Be the First to Respond

May 2, 2017
Firehouse Expo provides access to top experts and a 75,000-square-foot exhibit hall in Nashville, Oct. 17-21.

Don’t miss the event that everyone is talking about. The premier fire industry event will be here before you know it! Firehouse Expo 2017 will be held Oct. 17-21 in Nashville Last year’s event was an overwhelming success. So much so, that Firehouse Expo was a winner of three Trade Show Executive Magazine Awards—Fastest Growing Independent Show, Fastest Growing Show Overall and Best Overall Show.

Why attend?

Firehouse Expo is the place to gain exclusive access to top experts, exchange ideas, participate in some of the most advanced hands–on training available and become familiar with the latest tools and equipment in the fire service. In addition, it’s the only national conference where sets and reps are the primary focus during hands-on training sessions. The conference features more than 140 educational sessions with the most one-on-one student instruction compared to similar trade shows.

Exhibit hall

Complementing the educational lineup is a 75,000-square-foot exhibit hall that will feature the latest products, services and technology to ensure your job is made a bit easier.  You will also have time to meet one-on-one with vendors to discuss new products and services, demo and spec products for future purchases and buy on-site. You will see more than 45 emergency service vehicles on display in addition to new safety technologies, equipment, fireground technology and more!

To view the complete session lineup and vendors who will be exhibiting at the show, visit For a limited time you can register for FREE exhibit hall admission and take advantage of savings on the popular 3-day conference package.

Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your expertise and become a better, more motivated, more empowered firefighting professional.

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