Exhibit Rental Services in Las Vegas, Nevada


Las Vegas, Nevada – Home of your next Trade Show Exhibit Display
Las Vegas is the entertainment capital of the world, home to 1,951,269 people;  the ninth largest metropolitan area in the United States. Las Vegas is one of the three leading destinations for conventions
and meetings in the continental United States and is considered by many to be the top tourist destinations in the world.

 

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What convention locations are in Las Vegas?
LVCC, convention center, is an idea 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. The Las Vegas Convention Center is a 3.2 million sq/ft facility that hosts shows with over 200,000 in attendance. Originally opening in 1959, it has become the largest single-level convention center in the world after many upgrades. It is a regular host to large annual trade shows such as CONEXPO-CON/AGG and the Consumer Electronics Show.


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The LVCC is located right off the Las Vegas Strip at 3150 Paradise Rd, adjacent to the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, The Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel.
Transportation to and from the convention center is made easy by the Las Vegas Monorail.
 

Other Show Locations
The Sands Expo and Convention Center is a 1.8 sq ft convention center located adjacent to The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino. The Sands 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 Las Vegas?
Finding a place to stay in Las Vegas shouldn’t be hard. Las Vegas offers 14 of the 20 largest hotels in the world and has more hotel rooms than any other place on earth.
Many of these hotels also boast large entertainment facilities such as casinos, concert venues, and world-famous restaurants, so there is always something to do when not on the convention floor.