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Dallas, Texas Trade Show Displays & Trade Show Information


Dallas, Texas grew into prominence as a major center for the oil and cotton industries. Because the city was easily accessible by train and later by Interstate highway the Dallas-Fort Worth area has grown to be the fourth largest metropolitan area in the United States. So when you're looking for a large, accessible destination and decide on Dallas for your next event Exhibit Deal is ready and available to help meet all of your trade show and exhibit needs. Whether those needs include exhibit set up and design or display material, all you need to do is call Exhibit Deal at 866-577-DEAL.

Trade Show Products

Whether you're looking for a large exhibit, a kiosk or a simple table top display, Exhibit Deal can meet that need. And, they can do it in a manner that won't blow your budget. For a professional looking display or exhibit you'll be pleased with the variety and quality of the product offered by Exhibit Deal.

Trade Show Rentals

If your budget doesn't allow for the purchase of your display or if you only require that display for one event, then Exhibit Deal can set you up with an equipment rental plan to make your trade show and exhibit the perfect experience.

By clicking on ExhibitDeal.com, you can find everything you need for your exhibit and marketing needs.

Convention Centers

Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center

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In April, 2013, the Dallas City Council voted unanimously to rename the Dallas Convention Center the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in honor of the former senator, making this the first major convention center in the United States to be named after a woman. The Center is located in downtown Dallas.


The Kay Bailey Hutchison Center covers over, 2,000,000 square feet and has over 1,000,000 square feet of exhibit space, with the largest contiguous space being 726,726 square feet. Dallas Memorial Auditorium is a 9,816 seat arena. The center also has a 1,740 seat theater as well as 105 meeting rooms, and two large ballrooms. Download Floor Plan PDF


Web: https://www.dallasconventioncenter.com
Email: [email protected]


Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
650 South Griffin Street
Dallas, Texas 75202

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Fort Worth Convention Center


The Fort Worth Convention Center is within walking distance of many downtown Fort Worth Hotels. A recent renovation and expansion makes the Fort Worth Convention Center one of the finest around. The space now covers 14 blocks in downtown Fort Worth.


The Fort Worth Convention Center has 253,226 square feet of exhibit space which can be divided into six spaces. The Center has 58,949 square feet of exhibit space and a 28,160 square foot ballroom. 41 breakout rooms are available.


Web: https://www.meetinfortworth.com/articles/fort-worth-convention-center
Email: [email protected]


Fort Worth Convention Center
1201 Houston St
Fort Worth, TX 76102

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It can get warm in Dallas with summer temperatures often hitting well over 100 °F in this subtropical climate. You'll find warm, dry winds from the west and north in the summer and winters that are generally mild and warm.

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Upcoming Trade Shows and Conferences in Dallas, Texas

For a list of trade shows and industry events in Dallas, check out this link.

Transportation & Reach

Dallas is easily reachable from most of the country by air, rail or highway.

Dallas, Texas Airports

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is situated between the Cities of Dallas and Fort Worth. It is the busiest airport in Texas. It serves as a hub for American Airlines and UPS Airlines.

Dallas Love Field is owned by the city and is 6 miles northwest of Dallas. The airport is served by Southwest Airlines, United Express, Delta Connection, and SeaPort Airlines.

Dallas, Texas Railway Transportation

Amtrak connects Dallas to other major cities and connects to Dallas Area Rapid Transit(DART) trains for maneuvering around the city.

Boat Transportation to Dallas, Texas

Several ferries take advantage of the approach of the amazing San Francisco Skyline providing ferry service from Sausalito, Alameda, Oakland and other destinations.

Local Transportation in Dallas, Texas

Buses: Buses in Dallas are operated by the Dallas Area Rapid Transit connecting Dallas with 12 surrounding cities.

Trains: The DART Rail System connects riders to business, shopping and entertainment locations in Dallas and nearby cities. DART also provides service to DFW International Airport.

Other: Taxi service is available city wide to connect travelers. Taxis are accessible at the airports and at major downtown hotels.

Hotel Accommodations in Dallas, Texas

Over 500 hotels are available to choose from in Dallas.

Dallas, Texas Hotels & Rates

Entertainment and Sightseeing

Major Attractions: Places to see in Dallas include The Sixth Floor Museum of the Texas School Book Depository where Lee Harvey Oswald fired the shot that killed President John F. Kennedy. Adjacent is the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza. Also consider the Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens and Nasher Sculpture Center.


Major Entertainment: The largest contiguous urban arts district is in Dallas along with multiple performing halls. You'll find a blend of blues and highbrow entertainment. There's no shortage of venues in Dallas. There's everything from comedy to serious theater and, of course, the Dallas Cowboys.


Shopping in Dallas: Dallas shopping areas include West Village, Mockingbird Station, and the West End Historic District. Dallas is the home of Neiman Marcus and Highland Park Village, the nation's oldest shopping center.

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Excursions from Dallas, Texas: Nearby Arlington has the Rangers Ballpark, home of the Texas Rangers as well as Six Flags over Texas. Or check out the Fort Worth Stockyards. Check out Possum Kingdom State Park, about three hours from Dallas or on Mondays visit First Monday Trade Days in Canton, Texas, a flea market dating back to the 1850s.

Food & Beverages: While Dallas isn't known for any particular food, the cuisine has a southwestern flair that is a blend of Spanish, Native Americans, Mexicans and cowboys.

Helpful Dallas, TX Websites

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Helpful Dallas Resources

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