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If you weren’t able to attend AAPEX in Las Vegas, don’t despair:

Babcox Media brings you two of the most exciting publications
available to show attendees - the Show Daily and Product Plus.

 

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Click on the image to launch your 

Product Plus digital edition


Product Plus brings you exciting products introduced at the AAPEX show as well as various award winners in several product categories.

 

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Click on the AAPEX Express images to launch your daily digital editions (L to R: Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

The Show Daily recaps each day of AAPEX, packed with news on award recipients, training opportunities and other show highlights. 

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Thanks for posting this. I don't get a chance to go to AAPEX so it's nice to see a little of it like this. A few videos posted on youtube...

 

 

 

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