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Orlando, Florida Trade Show Displays & Trade Show Information

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While oranges, sunshine and Disney are certainly enough to draw one to the Orlando, Florida region, by far they’re not the only attractions. Let Monster Displays help you on your way to success in the Sunshine State by contracting with them for your trade show and exhibit needs. If you are planning a trade show or event in the Orlando region, give Monster Displays a call at (888) 483-3344. They’ll set you up with everything you need from a table top display to a custom, state-of-the-art exhibit. The information on this page regarding the Orlando region was provided by Monster Displays.

Trade Show Products

For full-service exhibit design and trade show displays, look no further than Monster Displays. When you’re meeting in Orlando you can count on Monster Displays to provide a portable display, kiosks, a modular pop-up system or a full custom designed exhibit. All this comes with competitive pricing.

Trade Show Rentals

There’s no need to consider expensive shipping costs when you meet in Orlando. While Monster Displays will certainly provide what you need delivered to your company headquarters, you can also rely on them to provide your on-site exhibit needs right at your event site in Orlando.

Check out MonsterDisplays.com as your online source for marketing and event promotion materials. A full service range of trade show, exhibits and marketing products and expertise is but a click away.


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Orange County Convention Center

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Space

The Orange County Convention Center has 2.1 million square feet of combined exhibit space between the North/South Building and the West Building. The North/South building has 950,282 square feet of exhibit space, two 92,000 square foot general assembly areas, and 25 meetings rooms with 94 breakouts and onsite parking for 4,777 vehicles. The West Building has 1,103,535 square feet of exhibit space with 49 meeting rooms and 141 breakouts. The West Building also has 2,643 seat theater and a 160 seat lecture hall. Parking is available for 1,450 vehicles.

Web:http://www.occc.net/default.asp
Email: Info@occc.net
Phone: 407.685.9800

Address:

Orange County Convention Center
P.O. Box 691509
Orlando, FL 32869-1509

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Orange County Convention Center
9860 Universal Boulevard
Orlando, FL 32819-8706


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The Rosen Shingle Creek

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Rosen Single Creek has over 462,000 square feet of meeting and event space. The largest ballroom is 95,000 square feet. Ballroom ceilings are 31 ft. and the rooms are column free. The Rosen has 55,000 of breakout meeting room space.

Space

Web: http://www.rosenshinglecreek.com/
Email: sales@RosenShingleCreek.com
Phone: 866.996.9939

Address:


Rosen Single Creek
9939 Universal Boulevard
Orlando, Florida 32819


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Weather

Orlando is on the edge of a tropical climate but has two major seasons.  May through September is generally hot and rainy while October through April is dry and relatively cool.

Check out these links to get current information about Orlando weather:

Upcoming Trade Shows and Conferences in Orlando, Fl

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Transportation & Reach

Getting to Orlando is easy with numerous flight, train or driving options.

Orlando Airport

Orlando International Airport is the closest commercial airport to downtown Orlando, attractions and the Orange County Convention Center.

Orlando-Sanford International Airport was originally constructed as a military installation. It remains a heavy flight training airport. The largest carrier at Orlando-Sanford International Airport is Allegiant Air. The airport is further away from downtown than Orlando International Airport.

Train Transportation to Orlando

Orlando is served by four Amtrak stations with trains from most Northeastern cities. Amtrak's Auto Train will transport you and your car from the Washington, DC area to Orlando.

 

Local Transportation in Orlando

Buses: Mears Transportation provides buses to all major attractions in the area. Mears is used by many of the parks and attractions as their main shuttle service. The Lynx bus system is not considered to be tourist friendly, but will provide transportation to the Disney Properties and Universal Studios.

Trains: There is currently no rail transportation for getting around Orlando. Sun Rail is scheduled to open in 2014 as Central Florida's first passenger rail system. The Disney properties have an extensive monorail system. The Walt Disney World Monorail System provides transportation between the Magic Kingdom, Epcot and Disney resorts.

Other: Getting around Orlando by your own car can be fairly easy, but avoid traditional commute times. Orlando rush hour traffic has been named the fourth-worst in the country. Remember as a major tourist destination with unlimited attraction, weekends have their own rush hour.

For those who spend most of their time at Disney and stay at a Disney resort or hotel, the Disney Transportation System is can save money on a rental car or your own car for transportation exclusively to Disney properties.

Hotel Accommodations in Orlando

Orlando has the most hotels of any city in the country, and is second only to Las Vegas in the number of hotel rooms. Rooms available range from moderately priced rooms for families and tourists to luxury hotels located within Disney, in downtown and in surrounding areas.

Orlando Hotels & Rates



Entertainment and Sightseeing

Major Attractions: There’s no question that the Mouse is the biggest draw to the Orlando area with the Magic Kingdom and Epcot being the best known. But also available are Universal Studios which features The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Other attractions include Sea World and LEGOLAND.

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Major Entertainment: Orlando isn't all theme parks. There's no shortage of entertainment including night clubs, dance clubs, comedy clubs as well as dinner shows and interactive entertainment options appropriate for children.

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Shopping in Orlando: Shopping in Orlando ranges from Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus to one of the Southeast's largest outlet shopping locations. Downtown Orlando and Winter Park are full of unique boutiques. And, of course, there are plenty of shopping opportunities within all of the resorts.

Excursions from Orlando: While there's plenty to do in Orlando, there are lots of options nearby. Those include: Busch Gardens Safari Country in Tampa, John F. Kennedy Space Center, St. Augustine, Daytona Beach and a little further south, Everglades National Park.

Food & Beverages: Plenty of restaurant opportunities are available in Orlando. There are also guides that will help you navigate dining within the theme parks without breaking the bank. But don't miss the Florida citrus including oranges and key limes. These are especially welcome in the winter months. You'll find great Latin American and Vietnamese foods in Orlando. Orlando Magazine named The Ravenous Pig the best restaurant of 2013 and Cask & Larder as both the best new restaurant and the best southern restaurant. Christner’s Del Frisco’s Prime Steak & Lobster was named the best steakhouse.

Helpful Orlando Websites

City of Orlando official website:
http://www.cityoforlando.net/

Orlando Tourism site:
http://www.visitorlando.com/

Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce:
http://www.orlando.org/

Orlando Police Department:
http://www.cityoforlando.net/police/

Orlando International Airport:
http://www.orlandoairports.net/


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