Welcome! McCormick Place has a remarkable 2.6 million sq. ft. of exhibit halls, 170 meeting rooms, and 6 ballrooms. This venue is made up four large buildings with close to 3 million visitors every year. This convention facility includes three theaters and accessible parking. Visitors can use the sky bridges to reach the venues cafes and retail stores. There are many four-star hotel in the surrounding area such as the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place and Marriott Marquis Chicago. Both are walking distance to the venue with the best accommodations for lodging and dining.
On your spare time, there are many entertainment options in nearby downtown Chicago. Places to visit include: Millennium Park, Art Institute Chicago, Grant Park, and the famous Cloud Gate. During the summer, take a relaxing stroll through the parks and enjoy a sunny lakefront view.
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UPCOMING TRADE SHOWS
|MAS-ICNA 2018 Annual Convention||12/28/18 – 12/30/18|
|United Soccer Coaches 2019 Annual Convention||1/9/19 – 1/13/19|
|Progressive Chicago Boat, RV & Strictly Sail Show||1/9/19 – 1/13/19|
|Illinois ProStart Invitational||2/2/19|
|2019 Chicago Auto Show||2/9/19 – 2/18/19|
|Chicago Dental Society – Annual Midwinter||2/21/19 – 2/23/19|
|TypeOne Nation 2019||2/23/19|
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Next Level Displays is a full-service exhibit house that designs and builds tradeshow booths, custom exhibits, as well as retail displays for both purchase and rental worldwide. We were founded on the belief that excellent customer service should be a rule, not an exception. Our highly skilled account managers are dedicated to seeing you succeed. We look at each of our clients as an investment. Our main focus of each project is to provide a winning solution that efficiently and effectively meets the individual needs of our customers. At Next Level Displays, our main goal is to not only surpass customer expectations by offering increased flexibility and greater value, but also deliver innovative displays that best help our customers convey their messaging.