Trade Show News Network Launches TSNN Venue News E-newsletter
TSNN has launched a new e-newsletter – TSNN Venue News – that will be geared toward any and all news about the world of venues in which shows and events are held.
Adding to its comprehensive suite of existing e-newsletters, TSNN Venue News will have up-to-date stories on venue construction and expansion projects, new management contracts, technological upgrades, people on the move and any other news that comes out of the venue universe.
Our goal is to not only provide a go-to news source for venue news, but also highlight the two TSNN Venue Directories in which show organizers and meeting planners have the ability to peruse hundreds of venues worldwide.
The TSNN Venue Directory is the ONLY extensive online U.S. trade show venue directory with more than 400 exhibit halls, convention centers and other facilities with exhibit space listed. http://venuedirectory.tsnn.com/
Complimentary to all users, the TSNN Trade Show Venue Directory is a comprehensive guide that was designed to assist trade show organizers, meetings and event planners to find the perfect venue for their events.
Sorted by several search categories, users also have the ability to side-by-side compare different facilities based on several criteria and submit RFPs directly to a venue.
There are basic listings that are complimentary for all venues and enhanced listings available that have the ability to include photos, video, venue description, social media links, surrounding airport, restaurants and hotel information and much more.
If you represent a venue and are interested in upgrading your listing to a 'Featured' venue, please contact TSNN Sales Executive Sam Shuster email@example.com.
TSNN also has the TSNN Global Venue Directory, with more than 200 venues listed worldwide. http://intlvenuedirectory.tsnn.com/
If you do not see your venue in the directories and would like it listed please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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