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IAAPA Show Indoor Exhibit Space Sold Out

IAAPA Show Indoor Exhibit Space Sold Out
IAAPA Show Indoor Exhibit Space Sold Out
The IAAPA trade show in Orlando, which will be held next month 16-20 November, will feature the second-largest trade show floor in its 97-year history and its’ indoor exhibit space is now completely sold out.

More than 1,000 companies from 40 different countries – 140 of those companies will be first-time exhibitors – will be showcasing their products at the event, which will cover 553,000sq ft (51,400sq m) of exhibition space. Although the indoor space has now officially sold out, a limited amount of outdoor space is still available for companies or individuals interested in exhibiting at the lucrative event.

More than 28,000 people from 100 countries will be visiting IAAPA at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, including owners, CEOs and managers from across the attractions industry.

"IAAPA Attractions Expo is the global marketplace for the attractions industry and a must-attend event for industry buyers and decision makers looking for what's new, now, and next to drive their business," said IAAPA president and CEO Paul Noland.

"The trade show floor is massive. In fact, you'll walk more than nine miles of aisles if you want to see all of the great, business-changing innovations featured at this year's Expo.”

Not much has been revealed about what will be on show so far, except for Coin Tech, who will be exhibiting its "real all-in-one solution" debit card system for operators looking for a cashless opportunity in their FECs, and UNIS, who will be showcasing a number of new machines at the show, including the Bandit Express ride.

Attractions Management will be on hand at this year’s event and will be reporting live from the trade floor and surrounding events.


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