Convention Centers

November 2007
Financial & Insurance Meetings;Nov2007 Supplement, Vol. 43, p20
Trade Publication
The article features various convention centers in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Las Vegas Convention Center & Visitors Authority is undergoing a $890 million enhancement program scheduled to be completed in 2011. Its special features include 138 meeting rooms, 16 exhibit halls and on-site business center. The Cashman Center offers 12 meeting rooms, a 1,922-seat theater and a 10,000-seat baseball stadium. The multipurpose venue of the Cox Pavilion offers two conference rooms and a 3,000-seat performance area.


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