IAAPA Attractions Expo 2014 Sells Out Indoor Showfloor Space in Orlando

September 16, 2014

Still two months away, and the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions Attraction Expo 2014 already has a sold out its showfloor at Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center.

Nearly 1,000 exhibitors from approximately 40 countries will showcase their latest products and services for more than 17,000 attraction industry buyers on the 500,000 net square foot showfloor when the show runs Nov. 18-21.

The IAAPA Attractions Expo trade showfloor is the global industry's largest marketplace, where owners, CEOs, and managers of amusement parks, water parks, family entertainment centers, zoos, aquariums, museums, science centers, and other attractions can shop for the next innovation to enhance their guest experience and drive their business.

"IAAPA Attractions Expo is the biggest and best venue for industry decision makers to find a wide variety of products to improve their facility," said IAAPA President and CEO Paul Noland.

He added, "The creativity, innovation, and business practicality found on the packed trade show floor is truly unmatched in our industry."

The weeklong Expo is the 28th largest trade show in North America according to the TSNN Top 250 Trade Show list and generates $51.3 million for the Orlando economy.

Outdoor exhibit space at IAAPA Attractions Expo 2014 is still available and a waiting list has been developed for last-minute openings inside the exhibit hall. 

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