Monthly Archives: November 2012

Tucson Convention Center Fined Heavily for Double-Booking

Things are not looking good for the Tucson Convention Center or the city taxpayers. Recent reports have confirmed that the residents of Tucson have had to pay out hundreds of thousands of dollars in settlements for events that were double-booked … Continue reading

Posted in Convention Centers | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Central Florida Auto Show Happening Thanksgiving Weekend

Some people like to spend Thanksgiving with their families, others with their friends, and some even like to spend it helping those less fortunate. And then there are some who prefer to spend Thanksgiving at a convention center looking at … Continue reading

Posted in Convention Center Events, Convention Centers | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Two New Hotels Planned for Boston Convention Center

The¬†Massachusetts¬†Convention Center Authority recently put out a request for proposals to develop two 400 to 500 room hotels near the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Both hotels would be privately financed and mid-priced and would be built directly next to … Continue reading

Posted in Convention Center Events, Convention Centers | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

WonderCon Heads Back to Anaheim

Cons are a marvelous thing. Not the cons that are sitting in the prisons and penitentiaries around the country, of course, but the conventions that mark annual gatherings of people who share a common interest and joy in video games, … Continue reading

Posted in Convention Center Events, Convention Centers | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

New Upscale Hotel to Go Up Across from the Los Angeles Convention Center

The City of Los Angeles is looking into proposals from developers for a new, large-scale hotel that will be located across the street from the Los Angeles Convention Center, which is currently scheduled for a massive expansion and redesign. Councilman … Continue reading

Posted in Convention Centers | Tagged , | 2 Comments