LAS VEGAS – The No. 1 trade show destination in the country introduced a study showing its plans to stay on top and boost the economy of Southern Nevada.
SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake Comic Con sold out by noon on Saturday, Sept. 6, and shattered its previous attendance record with more than 120,000 attendees, which included over 15,000 tickets given away to charities, military personnel, first responders and sponsored schools.
ATLANTA – Shepard Exposition Services, one of the country’s largest trade show general services contractors, announced a new benchmark for its logistics services division: On-time shipment delivery is now guaranteed.
NEW ALBANY, Ohio – On Aug. 22, Exhibitpro opened the doors to its new headquarters in New Albany with an open house.
CHICAGO – At the CEIR Predict Conference, the Center for Exhibition Industry Research (CEIR) released its second quarter data collected for the annual CEIR Index report, and the results marked a modest year-on-year gain of 1.0 percent. The overall exhibition industry growth rate marked the 16th quarter of consecutive growth.
CINCINNATI – Renaissance Hotels welcomed its newest addition with the opening of the Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown, located in the city’s historic Bartlett Building.
TUCSON – The Tucson Convention Center could soon be managed by a private firm that promises to cut into its annual operating deficit, but not eliminate it.
ATLANTA – The Georgia World Congress Center’s Sustainability Committee is seeking Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification as a measurement tool for the sustainable operations and maintenance of the convention center complex.