Tek Conference 2003 Brings Industry Technical Leaders Together Before DEMA Show

Growth and interest in technical diving leads to "reunion" of leaders in the technical diving movement. Impressive array of speakers and seminars scheduled prior to DEMA Show in South Florida.

Do you want to get more out of the DEMA show this year? Then why not come a few days early and exhibit at an additional conference about Technical Diving only. Considered by many industry members to be the ten year technical diving reunion and conveniently scheduled the weekend before DEMA, just up the road from Miami Beach, this is a must attend for all divers.

The conference is scheduled for October 3-5 in Deerfield Beach, Florida. This impressive program will center around six different forums where professionals from ANDI, IANTD, PSA and TDI will discuss their positions on training standards, quality of divers, equipment configuration, and many other current topics.

"Technical diving continues to be one of the fastest growing segments of the dive industry," points out Brian Carney of SDI/TDI. "Because of this continued interest, we worked together to organize this conference that is THE place to be if you are interested in Technical Diving in any form."

The forums topics include Wrecks, Equipment, Caves, Rebreathers, Deep diving, and Blending techniques with the following industry professionals to sit on at least one panel: Tom Mount, Joe Odom, Hal Watts and Ed Betts and many more.

A limited amount of exhibit space is still available at affordable rates, so do not delay and take this opportunity to also capitalize on a target market.

Visit www.tekconference.com or call 888-778-9073 for more information and to obtain discounted hotel reservations.