The Diving Equipment and Marketing Association (DEMA) delivers one of the true must-attend events in the dive industry. DEMA brings together professionals and enthusiasts from all levels of the field—recreational, commercial, military, etc. Small shops, large shops, individuals—whomever. That is DEMA, and it is an enormous amount of fun. It’s also highly educational.
This year, DEMA takes place 4-7 November 2015 in Orlando, Florida at the Orange County Convention Center. TRI Air Testing will be on hand. Visit us at Booth #709! Share your dive stories, your business challenges and successes, and your compressed air uses and needs. In the meantime, we offer you our annual list of…
10 THINGS TO DO AT DEMA
10. Download the DEMA Show smartphone app! The conference offers this link, but you can also find it directly on popular mobile device app stores, such as on iTunes and Google Play.
9. DEMA nvites you to take a trip to The Big Easy at the 27th annual presentation of the prestigious Reaching Out Awards. Get ready for an evening of jazzy fun with all your industry friends starting with a networking cocktail hour, followed by a savory selection of southern comfort foods and desserts and memorable awards ceremony. This year’s live entertainment will be provided by “Jabari Fish N Grits”.
8. Document your dives more effectively (and memorably) with photo and video support at DEMA’s Image Resource Center. The technologies available for visual documentation advance more each year; stay current and inspired.
7. Learn about the variety of compressed air testing kits that are available for purchase or rental. Get a sneak peek and details here, or visit Booth #709 to see kits up close and discuss compressed air testing with an expert team.
6. Education and Seminar Sessions. Build a better business with expert tips, hear inspiring stories, and get (even more) motivated to protect our waters. Sessions offered each day.
5. What’s new from the product sector? Plenty. The New Product Showcase & Pool offers plenty of fodder for your future purchase consideration.
4. Visit the Technical Diving Resource Center (TDRC) just off the exhibit floor and learn up close about the latest technical diving innovations.
2. Special Education Seminar on Carbon Monoxide. Dr. Claudia Roussos discusses the potential hazards associated with carbon monoxide contamination, how it affects the body and what to look out for.
1. Take a moment to appreciate this extraordinary field we are part of. Each and every gathering is a chance to learn from one another, support one another, and remind ourselves the enormous beneficial impact we have on the world’s waters.