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Denver, Colorado Trade Show Displays & Trade Show Information

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Denver is known as The Mile High City because it sits at exactly 5,280 feet (one mile) above sea level. Founded as a mining town during the Pikes Peak Gold Rush as Montana City, Denver was at first abandoned but was later renamed after James W. Denver, the Kansas Territorial Governor. In the early years, the frontier town of Denver economy thrived on gambling, saloons, livestock and goods catering to the local miners. Now, Denver is a modern western city easily accessible from anywhere in the United States. It’s a great city for your trade show and Exhibit Deals stands ready to assist you with all of your trade show and convention needs from custom exhibits with large graphics to a simple table-top display, Exhibit Deals is your one stop shopping source for your next exhibit. To get started with the plans for your next successful event, give Exhibit Deals a call at (888) 483-3344. Exhibit Deals provided the information on this page.

Trade Show Products

Exhibit Deals can provide everything you need for a successful event. Whether you’re looking for custom graphic banners, kiosks, or a full custom exhibit display, Exhibit Deals is ready to work with you.

Trade Show Rentals

If your budget won’t allow you to purchase a complete exhibitor if you think your needs might change from year to year, Exhibit Deals can provide what you need on a rental basis. Save on shipping costs from your headquarters and allow Exhibit Deals to bring your exhibit materials right to the trade show or convention site.

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Convention Centers

Colorado Convention Center

The Colorado Convention Center opened in 1990 and was expanded in 2005. A practical and user friendly center, the facility is located near the Denver Performing Arts Complex and within walking distance to more than 8,400 downtown hotel rooms.



The Colorado Convention Center offers 584,000 square feet of exhibit space on one level. There are 63 meeting rooms with 100,000 square feet of meeting space and two ballrooms; The Four Seasons Ballroom has 35,000 square feet and the Mile High Ballroom has 50,000 square feet. The Bellco Theatre seats 5,000.

Web: https://denverconvention.com/
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 303.228.8000


Colorado Convention Center/Bellco Theatre/SMG
700 14th Street
Denver, Colorado 80202

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Denver Marriott City Center

The Denver Marriott City Center is an AAA 4-Diamond hotel located near the Colorado Convention Center in Downtown, Denver. The hotel rooms offer panoramic views of the city skyline and the Rocky Mountains.

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The Marriott has over 30,000 square feet of flexible meeting space for a total of 24 meeting rooms. The 14,508 square foot Colorado Ballroom accommodates up to 2,500. The 5,940 square foot Denver Ballroom can accommodate up to 700.

Web: https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/dendt-denver-marriott-city-center/
Phone: 303.297.1300


Denver Marriott City Center
1701 California Street
Denver, Colorado 80202

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Located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains and on the High Plains, Denver has four distinct seasons but can also have sudden changes in weather. Denver is generally sunny with temperatures in the mid-70s in summer. Winters can be mildly cold or bitter cold. Snowfall in the late fall, winter and spring is quite common.

Upcoming Trade Shows and Conferences in Denver

For information about current trade shows and events in Denver, follow this link.

Transportation & Reach

Denver is easily accessible by air, rail and highway. Denver serves as the junction of I-70 from East to West and I-25 from North to South.

Denver International Airport

Denver International Airport opened in 1995 and, by area is the largest airport in the United States and the second largest in the world. It is a hub for Frontier Airlines, Great Lakes Airlines and United Airlines as well as a focus city for Southwest Airlines.

Train Transportation to Denver

The Amtrak California Zephyr takes you through Denver with views of the Colorado River and the Rocky Mountains on the way.

Local Transportation in Denver

Buses: RTD (Regional Transportation District) operates Denver's bus system 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to more than 10,000 bus stops across the Denver metro area.

Trains: RTD offers light rail transportation in the Denver area with stops in the Theatre District, the Convention Center and more.

Other: Several companies provide taxi service in and around Denver. Taxis are available at the airport and at major hotels.

Hotel Accommodations in Denver

Whether you need luxury or budget accommodations in Denver, there are well over 40,000 rooms from which to choose.

Denver Hotels & Rates

Entertainment and Sightseeing

Major Attractions: While in Denver check out The Denver Art Museum, Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre, the Denver Zoo, the State Capital which sits at exactly one mile high. For some family fun check out Elitch Gardens Theme Park an institution in Denver since 1890.

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Major Entertainment: There are plenty of entertainment options in Denver at such venues as the historic Apollo Hall which opened in 1859, or the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. Denver has the second largest Performing arts center in the nation after New York's Lincoln Center. Denver may not be one of the country's music centers but there are plenty of options for jazz, folk, pop and classical music.


Shopping in Denver: Denver's downtown 16th Street Mall has abundant shopping options. Or you can head to the Cherry Creek Shopping Districts with nearly 170 shops including Tiffany & Co. and Burberry. Just ten minutes from downtown you'll find Sur La Table, The Gap and more at the Belmar Outdoor Shopping District. Most fun of all, Denver's neighborhoods offer unique boutiques and specialty stores.

Excursions from Denver: The two historic mining towns of Central City and Black Hawk were once called the "Richest Square Mile on Earth" and are located just 34 miles west of Denver. Georgetown is a Victorian village with buildings restored from the 1870s. Fort Collins is the home to Colorado State University and offers recreation and diverse cultural opportunities. Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak Country are located about 60 miles south of Denver. Not to miss in Colorado Springs are Pikes Peak, the Garden of the Gods, the United States Air Force Academy and the Broadmoor Hotel.

Food & Beverages: Denver has a history of being a major center for beef and livestock trading, so there's no shortage of beef in this town. The city annually hosts the Great American Beer Festival in the fall. But Denver is also known for New Mexican cuisine and for its Green and Red Chile sauce. Other local favorites include Colorado Burritos, Rocky Mountain oysters, Rainbow trout and the Denver sandwich which has an omelet with ham, onion, green pepper and scrambled eggs served between two slices of bread.

Helpful Denver Websites

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