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Cobo Center published its updated 2019 Event Planning Guide, delivering all of the latest resources, rules and regulations needed to hold an event in the venue.

“Cobo Center has a professional and experienced team that partners with the Detroit Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau and the regional hospitality community to fully support shows and conventions at the facility,” says Claude Molinari, Cobo Center’s general manager. “This guide leads our customers through every phase of their events.”

The 70-page guide is broken into four sections: Facility Usage Guidelines; Facility Rules and Regulations; Subcontractor Building Manual; and Cobo Center Sustainability. Each section is full of information, links and references to subject matter from accessibility to union regulations, and helpful information on how to hold a Green Event in the building.

The ISSUU full-screen viewer version can be accessed HERE.

What an exciting time it is to be in Detroit,” adds Molinari. “The comeback of this great city is in full swing and Cobo Center is at the forefront of this great story. We hope that this guide will provide a wealth of support for our customers.”

Cobo Center is the 17th largest convention center in the United States. Built by the City of Detroit, it was originally opened in 1960 and named Cobo Hall in honor of former Detroit Mayor Albert E. Cobo (1950-1957). Today, Cobo Center is managed and operated by the Detroit Regional Convention Facility Authority (DRCFA). The five-member Authority Board consists of one representative from each of five government agencies – the City of Detroit, State of Michigan and the three metro-Detroit counties of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb. For more info, visit cobocenter.com.

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