CEDIA Expo Returns to Denver in 2013-14
Following two years in Indianapolis, the trade show will return to Colorado Convention Center.
CEDIA Expo will return to the Colorado Convention Center in Denver in 2013-2014, CEDIA president Ken Erdmann said in an exclusive interview with CE Pro.
“There is no doubt that we loved Denver and for many attendees it is hands down their favorite venue,” says Erdmann.
Based on feedback from attendees, the association announced last December that it would be staying in Atlanta only for 2010, then taking the industry’s largest event to Indianapolis for 2011 and 2012.
“Our members spoke loud and clear and we listened. We are committed to Atlanta for 2010,” says Erdmann. “We first [looked at] Denver for 2011 and beyond only to learn that there were no dates available to us for 2011 and 2012, but we could get space for 2013 and 2014 so we are returning to Denver for 2013 and 2014.”
According to a CE Pro Survey, 56 percent of readers longed for a return to the Mile High City. In the meantime, the Expo will be in Indianapolis for 2011 and 2012, where the city has a new convention center, more hotels and more restaurants, according to Erdmann.
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