LVCC Expansion Gets Nevada Senate Approval
One of the largest convention halls in the country is set to get even bigger, much to the approval of the Consumer Technology Association—the trade group behind the annual Consumer Electronics Show held (partly) in that very venue.
On Wednesday, the Nevada Senate approved plans for the renovation and expansion of the Las Vegas Convention Center, which is home to thousands of business events throughout the year, including CES, which is the largest tech trade show in the world, attracting more than 165,000 attendees to Las Vegas each year. In 2016, CES filled up nearly 2.5 million square feet of exhibit space, including the entirety of the LVCC.
It’s not an exaggeration to say that CES pushes the limits of how big a trade show can get in North America, so the win is a big one for the LVCC as well as CTA.