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Exhibit Hall Sales Now Open for LCT Show East

Posted on April 10, 2013

The Atlantic City Convention Center will host the LCT Show East Oct. 27-29.
The Atlantic City Convention Center will host the LCT Show East Oct. 27-29.

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Exhibit sales are now in full swing for LCT Show East, which will be held Oct. 27-29 at Caesars and the Atlantic City Convention Center. Exhibitors and attendees alike can expect a unique show-floor experience at LCT Show East.

The 85,000-square-feet of exhibit space at the convention center will feature a specially-built sports bar right in the hall to give attendees a place to relax, mingle and talk. Over two days, the exhibit hall will be open for 10 hours and exhibitors will be sponsoring a Nightclub Party at Dusk that will be open to all attendees and exhibitors.

Of course, also at the top of the show’s attractions will be the exclusive partnership with the NLA, which will promote the event to its 2,000-strong membership and create an educational program tailor-made for an East Coast audience.

Additional benefits for exhibitors include:
•    free badge scanner and carpet
•    after-hours access to customers through receptions, parties, keynotes and seminars
•    experienced events staff and national contractor to aid with move-in through move-out

The 2013 International LCT Show exhibit hall at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas sold out early, and we had to turn people away, so sign up to exhibit now. Sponsorships are available as well.

For more information on exhibiting at the LCT Show East, please click here.

—    Denis Wilson, LCT East Coast Editor

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