#2013SignExpo Floor Space Sold Out

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

For the first time ever, ISA International Sign Expo 2013’s exhibit space has topped 200,000 square feet.

logo isa sign expoIt also marks the first time in the event’s history that it has been a complete sell-out, with a waiting list established for companies that want to exhibit. The previous record holder was the 2008 Expo in Orlando with 199,900 square feet.

“This milestone proves that there is no better place to explore the diversity of the on-premise sign industry than at ISA International Expo 2013,” says Lori Anderson, president and CEO of the International Sign Association. “Every inch of the floor will be filled with the latest ways to grow business and I can’t wait to hear how sign industry professionals take advantage of information provided by the many exhibitors.”

In addition to the sheer size of the exhibit space, Expo 2013 boasts a number of firsts, which will build excitement on the show floor. A new Dynamic Digital Park will showcase the latest in digital signage, with Samsung Electronics America, Daktronics, Inc., Almo Professional A/V, and Stratacache among the top companies exhibiting. In addition, the Park features an opening reception at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 4.

ISA’s booth will be ‘The Hub’ of the show floor, with opportunities to win cash, learn more about ISA, and connect with ISA leadership.

The Expo floor also will offer respites from the many activities. The WYNIT Kaleidoscope Lounge, booth 213, will provide a place to relax, conduct business, and map out a strategy for covering the Expo floor. And each day will end with a happy hour at the close of the show floor. First-time attendees can enjoy a tour of the show floor, to help them maximize their time.

ISA International Expo 2013 will take place April 3-6 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Convention Center in Las Vegas.

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