Cattle Industry Convention & NCBA Trade Show 2017

Date
2017-02-01 - 2017-02-03
Exhibitors
396
Floor Size
151036
Attendees
5602
Event contact title
CONTACT
Event contact first name
Kristin
Event contact last name
Torres
Email
ktorres@beef.org
Event contact telephone number
(303) 694-0305
Description
The Cattle Industry Convention is the oldest and largest convention for the cattle business. The 2016 convention was the 118th annual convention. The convention and trade show create a unique, fun environment for cattle industry members to come together to network, create policy for the industry and to have some fun!
Attendee information
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND? - You have a stake in the future of this industry. - It is one of the best investments you can make in your operation! - To have your voice heard in the decisions that will shape your industry. - To discover new products and services at the NCBA Trade Show. - Convention is the place to form new business relationships by providing the networking opportunities for fellow producers. - To help establish checkoff and policy priorities for the coming year. - Bring the entire family and participate in the new NCBA youth activities! - Take a well-deserved vacation.
Future dates
January 31-February 2, 2018 Phoenix, Arizona January 30-February 1, 2019 New Orleans, Louisiana February 5-7, 2020 San Antonio, Texas February 3-5, 2021 Nashville, Tennessee January 26-28, 2022 San Diego, California February 1-3, 2023 New Orleans, Louisiana January 31-February 2, 2024 Orlando, Florida February 5-7, 2025 San Antonio, Texas

Partner Voices

As event professionals, our job is to host people and while we can’t prepare for everything, it’s essential to develop an emergency plan that can be adapted to any situation. In Boston, the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority’s (MCCA) Public Safety Team at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) and the Hynes Convention Center, have taken their experiences to develop a comprehensive crisis management training program, starting with crisis communications.