Las Vegas Conventions—Hospitality and Design Expo Conference–HD Expo

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It’s that time of year again! The Hospitality and Design Expo Conference is coming to Vegas for 2011. Out of all the Las Vegas Conventions, this is the place to be for hospitality designers. It has the largest collection of hospitality-related exhibitors in the country.

Starting May 18th and running through the 20th there are nearly a thousand exhibitors preparing for this spectacular conference. It is being held at the Sands Expo & Convention Center.

Las Vegas Convention Events for the Designer in You

Hospitality and Design ExpoIf inspiration is what you are looking for then come and mingle with this community of hospitality designers. Having one place to learn about new products and services is sure to get the creative juices flowing.

The show floor of convention exhibitors will include these fabulous companies.

Bryan Ashley International Inc. : Hailing from Miami, Bryan Ashley are a leading supplier of high quality custom furniture. They are able to take your project specifications and manufacturer products to meet your specs. Their furniture includes outdoor furniture, lavatory cabinets, task seating, mirrors, and more.

Design Within Reach: Looking for the modern look? Design Within Reach fits the bill with furniture and lighting.

Barlow Tyrie: You can find a bevvie of goods at Barlow Tyrie’s booth. Umbrellas, awnings and canopies, casual and occasional furniture and casegoods are all within your reach. Their seating includes banquettes, benches, and barstools.

Gloster Furniture: With a philosophy that believes that outdoor furniture is as important a style statement as indoor furniture, they have a range of products that incorporate both classic and modern design. Options include teak, sling, or woven furniture from the contemporary to the traditional.

If you need inspiration the Hospitality and Design Expo is a must-see event. Focusing completely on hospitality design attendees will receive the most up-to-date info on matters that face their industry.

Elizabeth Crane

Elizabeth Crane grew up not wearing a helmet, drinking from the hose and not wearing a seat belt. She managed to survive and now spends her time developing websites, drinking coffee, and eating chocolate.