MRO Americas 2013: Let's Get Social #MROAM


The countdown has begun: MRO Americas kicks off on Tuesday 16 April and it’s set to be our biggest conference yet. Just check out the mammoth agenda for this year’s mass gathering of MRO professionals.

As well as the all-important one-to-one networking opportunities, don’t forget the importance of social media before, during and after the show. Did you know that our hash tag at MRO Americas 2012 generated over 4m impressions, reaching 1.44m Twitter accounts? As the show continues to grow, we expect these numbers to be even bigger next week.

So let’s get social.

On Twitter

The hash tag is #MROAM 

Follow @AviationWeek and Aviation Week’s editors: Lee Ann Tegtmeier @AvWeekMRO, Sean Broderick @AvWeekSean, John Croft @AvWeekJC and me, @AvWeekRupa

Our event producers on Twitter include Juliet Trew @AvWeekJuliet, Helen Kang @AvWeekHelen and Ed Hazelwood @Ed_Hazelwood

Follow @AvWeekEvents and @AWyss for conference and exhibition updates. 


Join our dedicated MRO group on LinkedIn and interact with other attendees and MRO professionals

Join the conversation on 

Aviation Week’s editors and producers will be live blogging throughout the conference series. Even if you can't make it to Atlanta this year, you can interact with us, the presenters and panelists and other audience members as we discuss the things that matter most to the industry. Our dedicated MRO Americas page goes live on Monday.

Download the free app

If you’re a registered attendee, don’t forget you can set up meetings with other attendees using our free app

And finally, do drop by and say hello in person. See you next week in Atlanta!

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