“The Donald E. Stephens Convention Center’s premier 23.200 mÂ² hall recently became available for both the 2014 and 2015 fall shows, so we decided to make the move,” said Colette Fairchild, the show’s director. “Moving to one floor makes the show much easier to navigate, while allowing us more flexibility for our special interest areas such as our education stations and speciality pavilions.”
The 2015 show, originally scheduled for September 18â€“20, will be put back by one week to September 25â€“27 to avoid a date conflict with both the PIJAC Canada show and Groom Expo in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
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