I felt like we finally entered the 21st century. The atmosphere was relaxing, charming and welcoming for the exhibitors and attendees.
Washington, DC (Vocus) October 1, 2010
With a little help from FutureShow®, the American Academy of Nursing’s 2010 Congress on Nursing Research, held this week at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC, dazzled exhibitors and attendees by introducing a new, chat-friendly exhibition format.
FutureShow, by providing its proprietary hotel show decorating service, created an exhibit floor that wowed participants.
“I’ve been exhibiting for over 20 years and was never amazed like I was when walking into the exhibit hall at the 2010 Congress,” says Rhonda Flenoy-Younger, Director of Recruitment, Outreach and Admissions, UCLA School of Nursing. “I felt like we finally entered the 21st century. The atmosphere was relaxing, charming and welcoming for the exhibitors and attendees.”
Gale Quilter Guerrieri, Manager, Meetings and Events, American Academy of Nursing, called the show floor a “genuine crowd pleaser.”
“I’m only happy when exhibitors and attendees are happy,” she said. “And I’m happy with FutureShow.”
The Congress on Nursing Research brought together nearly 1,000 nurse scientists and 35 exhibitors for three days.
More information about FutureShow® is available at http://www.futureshow.net.
FutureShow® raises the standard for hotel shows. The reasons are simple. Attendees spend more time on the exhibit floor. Exhibitors take home more leads. And meeting planner’s costs and hassles go down. To learn more, go to http://www.futureshow.net or call 301.537.0216.
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