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Feb. 2-4

Electric West 2003; Sponsored by EC&M and Electrical Wholesaling magazines. Owned and managed by Primedia Business Exhibitions; Las Vegas; (203) 358-4211;

Feb. 7-10

PEARL Annual Membership Meeting; Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League; Miami; (303) 840-1059;

Feb. 10-13

IEEE Industrial Applications Society Electrical Safety Workshop; IEEE/IAS; Oakland, Calif.; (212) 419-7900;

Feb. 17-19

A/E/C Systems Technology for Design and Construction 2004: A/E/C Systems; Orlando, Fla.; (800) 345-9845;

Feb. 23-26

National Plant Engineering and Facilities Management Show; Reed Exhibitions; Chicago; (800) 840-0678

Feb. 25-28

NAED Region 2 Conference: National Association of Electrical Distributors; Phoenix; (314) 991-9000;

March 3-7

NEMRA Annual Conference: National Electrical Manufacturers Representatives Association; Philadelphia; (914) 524-8650;

March 10-12

NECA Voice/Data/Video Expo: National Electrical Contractors Association; Las Vegas; (301) 657-3110;

March 11-13

Spring 2004 Electronic House Expo: Consumer Electronics Association; Orlando, Fla.; (508) 358-3400;

March 15-18

NETA Annual Technical Conference & Seminars: InterNational Electrical Testing Association; San Antonio; (303) 697-8441;

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