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Phoenix, Arizona Trade Show Displays & Trade Show Information


Phoenix is the capital of Arizona and is the main city in the area known as “The Valley of the Sun.” But while Phoenix can be extremely warm, it is also a beautiful city and location for hosting your trade show or convention. Phoenix has a strong influence from both Native American and Hispanic cultures. The city is also the home of such noted political figures as Barry Goldwater, Sandra Day O'Connor and William Rehnquist. Exhibit Deal can help you bring your trade show or convention to the desert by providing the exhibit and marketing materials you need for a successful event. To start planning your event in Phoenix, give Exhibit Deal a call at (866) 577-DEAL. Exhibit Deal provided the information on this page.

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Convention Centers

Phoenix Convention Center

Located in the heart of downtown Phoenix, the Phoenix Convention Center echoes the beauty of the Sonoran Desert and Arizona's colorful landscapes. First opened in 1972 the facility expanded to its current size in 2008. The center recently underwent a $600 million renovation.

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The Phoenix Convention Center offers 900,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space, with 584,500 square feet of that being exhibit space. The largest ballroom in Arizona covers 46,000 square feet. There are also 2 multipurpose ballrooms of 28,000 and 45,000 square feet as well as 106 meeting and breakout rooms.

Web: https://www.phoenixconventioncenter.com/
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 602.262.6226


Phoenix Convention Center
100 N. Third Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

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The Arizona Biltmore

For nearly a century, the Arizona Biltmore has hosted world travelers, Presidents and more in a luxurious environment. The Hotel is part of Hilton's luxury line of Waldorf Astoria Hotels. Frank Lloyd Wright was the consulting architect for this property developed by brothers Albert, Charles and Warren McArthur.

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The Frank Lloyd Wright Ballroom offers 24,576 square feet along with 10,798 feet of pre-function space. The McArthur Ballroom has 14,906 square feet. Over 25,000 square feet of space is available in the Conference Center.

Web: https://www.arizonabiltmore.com/
Email:[email protected]
Phone: 602.955.0086


The Arizona Biltmore
2400 East Missouri Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85016

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Phoenix has a subtropical dessert climate which means warm winters and very hot summers. Summer temperatures frequently exceed 100°F. While precipitation is sparse, July through September can see some heavy rains and potential flooding.

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Upcoming Trade Shows and Conferences in Phoenix

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Transportation & Reach

Phoenix is accessible by air with non-stop flights from more than 100 U.S. Cities. Interstates I-17 and I-10 converge in the city.

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the tenth-busiest airport in the United States and serves as a hub for Ameriflight, Great Lakes Airlines, and US Airways and is a focus city for Southwest Airlines.

In nearby Mesa, the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport serves commercial traffic while Phoenix Dear Valley Airport serves private and corporate traffic.

Train Transportation to Phoenix

Amtrak no longer serves Phoenix, but connections to Amtrak are available by bus in Maricopa for the Sunset Limited which runs between New Orleans and Los Angeles. Amtrak Thruway buses take passengers from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport to Flagstaff to connect with Amtrak's Southwest chief which travels from Chicago to Los Angeles.

Local Transportation in Phoenix

Buses: Bus service in and around Phoenix is provided by Valley Metro with 58 bus routes covering the Valley of the Sun.

Trains: Metro Light Rail serves Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa over a 20 mile route.

Other: Taxis in Phoenix are available at the airport and at most hotels.

Hotel Accommodations in Phoenix

The Greater Phoenix area is well known for resorts with amazing golf courses and pools. But there are plenty of hotels from which to choose in the downtown area as well.

Phoenix, Arizona Hotels & Rates

Entertainment and Sightseeing

Major Attractions: While in Phoenix check out the Heard Museum which includes Barry Goldwater's famous collection of Kachina Dolls. The Desert Botanical Garden has 50 acres containing some of the world’s finest desert plants. Take a hike up Piestewa Peak or Camelback Mountain. Rawhide Western Town gives you a taste of the old west experience with gun fights, stagecoach rides and a working blacksmith. If you're a golfer, your only problem in the Phoenix area is deciding which of many outstanding courses to play.


Major Entertainment: Phoenix has multiple music venues including the Phoenix Symphony Hall which houses the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, the Arizona Opera and Ballet Arizona. The Orpheum Theatre is home to the Phoenix Metropolitan Opera. Major concert venues include the Comerica Theatre and US Airways Center in downtown Phoenix. Phoenix is the hometown of such artists as Buck Owen, Wayne Newton and Stevie Nicks.


Shopping in Phoenix: Biltmore Fashion Park is anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue and is known as the "crown jewel." Also featured there are Brooks Brothers, Macy's and Pottery Barn. UNION is a collection of local and independent retailers that opened in 2012. Old Town Scottsdale is full of art galleries, shopping and dining as well as the Scottsdale Artwalk on Thursday evenings.

Excursions from Phoenix: Day trips from Phoenix include a visit to the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch, the Old West town of Tombstone, the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson. Nogales, Mexico is just across the border from Tucson. And of course, you're only four hours away from Grand Canyon National Park.

Food & Beverages: For many years, Phoenix has been known for authentic Mexican food and Mexican restaurants are plentiful. In recent years other International foods have become available including French, Brazilian and Korean. But as a large metropolitan city, you can find any type of food you desire.

Helpful Phoenix Websites

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