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|Snapshots of Southeast convention centers|
|Written by Exhibit City News|
|Monday, September 12 2011 10:05|
For exhibitors looking to take their work outside of the usual places, several destinations in the Southeast U.S. have state-of-the-art convention centers. Although the travelling might require a little more effort, moving a tradeshow to a different and unique convention center opens up the exhibiting process to a world of new possibilities.
Also offered at the Convention Complex is a theatre, concert arena, several smaller meeting rooms and a large ballroom. Overall, the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex has 220,000 square feet of exhibit space.
Services at the Convention Complex include A/V and telecommunication products.
The West building of OCCC, which is connected to the North/South building via pedestrian bridge, boasts 1.1 million square feet of tradeshow space. This part of the facility also includes the Chapin Theater, a 2,600 seat area.
Both the North and South hall boast 19,285 square feet of space, but the
The Center is located eight miles away from the airport and is placed at the intersection of three major highways.
The GICC offers four exhibit halls, each comprised of 37,800 square feet, that can be combined into one large space. The property is also home to several meeting rooms as well as a grand ballroom.