Archive for the ‘Trade Show’ Category

Willowbrook Homes steals the show at Calgary HomExpo

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

Willowbrook Homes Inc. (Willowbrook) wowed visitors of the Calgary HomExpo 2010 last weekend. The Willowbrook booth was a must-see, with a stunning new backdrop of a Willowbrook home, a custom-made kitchen island and plush seating for three.

Brookline was thrilled to assist such a well known builder with tradeshow collateral, design choice and booth layout.

Willowbrook’s luxury homes dress up every community they’re built in with exquisite designs and functional layout. This family-run custom home company has been around since 1992. As their slogan goes, “Our Dream is to Build Yours.”

Willowbrook Homes’ dazzling booth even had a few Brookliners dreaming of their very own custom-built home.

Oil Sands Trade Show and Conference Draws Qualified Crowd

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

For the third year in a row, Brookline was pleased to manage media relations for The Oil Sands Trade Show and Conference, in Edmonton, AB.  Considered the largest and most significant oil sands event in the world, the show lived up to its reputation with a focused exhibition and newly expanded Athabasca Oil Sands Conference. The theme of the Conference was Optimal Outcomes: Changing the Face of the Oil Sands through Innovation and Collaboration and brought together several industry heavy weights for a Roundtable Discussion: Changing Perceptions of the Oil Sands in the International Market.

Other show highlights included the Environmental Pavilion, featuring the latest in green technologies; the Fort McMurray Mine Site Tour, and the Heavy Oil 101 course.

2008 Oil Sands Trade Show & Conference (Edmonton, AB)

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

For the second year in a row, Brookline provided media relations and crisis communications management for dmg world media inc. at the 2008 Oil Sands Trade Show & Conference in Edmonton, AB from September 23 to 24.

This year’s show drew nearly 10,000 registered attendees to Northlands AgriCom  to view the latest technologies, products and services for the oil sands industry. A popular new feature was the GO GREEN Pavilion, where delegates and visitors were treated to the industry’s most cutting-edge innovations focused on improving the environmental effects of extraction, upgrading, refining, and transportation of bitumen.

Other significant features and presentations included: Global Petroleum Career Exposition, 8th Annual Athabasca Oil Sands Conference, Welding & Cutting Automation Forum, Annual “Sand Trapped” Golf Tournament, Heavy Oil 101 seminar, VIP industry reception with opening remarks by Edmonton Mayor Stephen Mandel, and a sold-out Fort McMurray Mine Site Tour.