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LightFair Offers Chance to Win Free Las Vegas Hotel Stay

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LightfairGive 400x275April 25, 2022

LightFair organizers are giving an enticing reason to attend this year’s event: a complimentary hotel stay in Las Vegas for 10 lucky attendees. The LightFair Conference runs June 19-23, and the trade show will run June 21-23, both at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

With a show that encompasses a significant portion of the convention center, scheduling booth visits is a handy way for attendees to maximize their time each day on the show floor. The digital “My Show Planner” tool makes scheduling visits easy. To enter the Las Vegas hotel stay give-away, attendees log into their “My Show Planner” account. Those who schedule appointments with a minimum of 10 exhibitors will be automatically entered to win a free hotel stay. There will be 10 lucky winners. 

The My Show Planner is easy to use: Browse exhibitors (search by exhibitor name, keyword, or category); select company; and schedule a booth visit by clicking on the “Schedule Appointment” button on each exhibitor’s online profile page. Click here for Giveaway Rules

In addition to five days of CEU courses, including 3-hour pre-conference workshops, there are 60- and 90-minute conference sessions on a variety of topics available. View the full conference program here

In addition, there will be CEU-accredited sessions on the trade show floor with multiple presentations at The Designery, LightFair Live, Outdoor Exchange and TEK Talks. View the on-floor sessions here

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