TRADE SHOW DISPLAYS ORLANDO 2018-05-15T18:54:31+00:00

The Orange County Convention Center is not only known as the second largest convention site in the country but also brings in about 1.4 million attendees each year. The center can allow up to 2,053,820 sq. ft. of exhibition space and totals to 479,190 sq. ft. in meeting rooms. This facility includes the following: 74 meeting rooms, 1 lecture hall, 1 ballroom, and of 8 food courts are available for on the go food or lunch meetings. There is a great amount of potential for business and networking opportunities.

There many options surrounding the convention center for lodging such as the Hyatt Regency Orlando, Hilton Orlando, or Rosen Centre hotel. During your stay, visit local tourist attractions such as SeaWorld, The Coca-Cola Orlando Eye, or Universal Studios Florida. Many restaurant surround the area to accommodate lunch or dinner meetings.

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    Event Date Attendance
    Premiere Orlando 2018 6/3/18 to 6/4/18 57,000
    SapphireNow & ASUG Annual Conference 6/05/18 to 6/07/18 20,200
    Cisco Live! 2018 6/10/18 to 6/14/18 27133
    AbbVie Group Meeting 2018 6/19/18 to 6/21/18 65
    Barbershop Harmony Society International Convention 2018 7/03/18 to 7/07/18 10,000
    FIME 7/17/18 to 7/19/18 14,000


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