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trade show

an organized gathering of firms, usually from a particular industry, for the display and promotion of their goods and services to prospective customers. See TRADE FAIR, PROMOTIONAL MIX.
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Louis Skyline Exhibits & Graphics, Michael Flavin has been a Trade Show Consultant for nearly 6 years.
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March 21-24 Carolina Recycling Association 15th Annual Conference 8 Trade Show, Myrtle Beach, S.
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A key element in organizing or participating in a trade show, Knudsen says, is conveying a feeling of action.
According to the conference organizers, the 2003 Paper Recycling Conference & Trade Show registration and hotel rates are among the most affordable in the industry.
Although the message is often lost in the noise, the decision to make an announcement at a trade show is one that is rarely, if ever, accidental.
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