Houston Exhibit Rentals

Houston, Texas – home of your next Trade Show Exhibit Display
Houston, Texas is the cultural and economic center of the Houston Metropolitan area, home to 6,177,035 people;  the fifth largest metropolitan area in the United States. Houston is one of largest centers for business in the south, only New York City is home to more Fortune 500 headquarters than Houston.


What convention locations are in Houston?
The George R. Brown Convention Center is an ideal location for an Exhibit Rental Booth of any size.  Hotels, restaurants are close by, parking is convenient. CX designs, builds, creates graphics, installs and dismantles your Exhibit Rental Booth AND a CX representative will be on site when you arrive to help you with the finishing touches and to guide you through the maze of trade show jargon, rules and regulations.  www.cxexhibits.com.

The George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, USA

The George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, USA. With over 1.2 million sq. ft. of exhibit and meeting spaces and 7 exhibit halls, the George R. Brown Convention Center is one of the 10 largest convention centers in the United States. The George R. Brown Convention Center was opened in 1987 and is owned by the City of Houston.

The George R. Brown Convention Center is located in the eastern side of downtown Houston at 1001 Avenida de las Americas, adjacent to the Discovery Green, Toyota Center, and Minutemaid Park.
Public transportation is serviced by Houston’s MetroRail system.

Other Locations
Reliant Stadium is a nearby stadium that is also frequently utilized for Trade Shows and Conventions.  Reliant Stadium is also an ideal place to showcase your next Exhibit Rental Booth … National Trade Shows can be searched at a glance by visiting www.cxexhibits.com/tradeshows.htm

Exhibiting in Houston?
Travelling around Houston is easy with Houston’s extensive infrastructure. Houston boasts a large number of roadways, toll roads, highways, and interstates. In addition Houston began a light rail system called the MetroRail in 2004, which travels through Downtown, the Medical Center, Reliant Park, the Museum District, and the University of Houston campus.