PMI Announces New Fall Conference Dates

Rolling Meadows, IL (February 5, 2014) — PMI announces new dates for its 2014 Fall Conference. The new dates will be October 27-30, 2014.

Following a survey of our membership, PMI has decided to push back the dates of the 2014 PMI Fall Conference by one week in order to avoid conflict with Greenbuild. In spite of our due diligence to select dates that were not in conflict with other industry events, changes to the Greenbuild Conference dates from November to October in 2014 created an overlap.

The 2014 PMI Fall Conference will take place at The Westin O’Hare hotel located at 6100 N. River Road, Rolling Meadows IL 60018.

PMI’s current event schedule is:

2014 Spring Conference: March 2-5 at Charleston Place, Charleston, S.C.

2014 CEO Fly-In: April 9-10 at Capitol Hill, Washington D.C.

2014 Fall Conference: October 27-30 at The Westin O’Hare, Rolling Meadows, IL

2015 Fall Conference: October 16-29 at The Contessa Hotel, San Antonio, TX

To learn more about PMI Conferences please visit our website at and choose ‘Events’.

About PMI:

Plumbing Manufacturers International is the voluntary, not-for-profit international industry association of manufacturers of plumbing products, serving as the Voice of the Plumbing Industry. Member companies produce a substantial quantity of the nation’s plumbing products.

For more information on PMI or its semi-annual meetings, contact the organization at 1921 Rohlwing Road, Unit G, Rolling Meadows, IL, 60008; tel.: 847-481-5500; fax: 847-481-5501. Visit our website at

PMI Mission Statement:

  • To promote the water efficiency, health, safety, quality and environmental sustainability of plumbing products, while maximizing consumer choice and value in a fair and open marketplace.
  • To provide a forum for the exchange of information and industry education.
  • To represent openly the member’s interests and advocate for sound environmental and public health policies in the regulatory/legislative processes.
  • To enhance the plumbing industry’s growth and expansion.