Exhibits

Exhibits

Click here for the Exhibits Layout for IEEE MetroCon 2017

  1. Exhibits load-in to the Arlington Convention Center begins at 0600 hours (6am on conference day).
  2. If you need to ship materials to the event, you can ship containers to the following address with a ‘hold for pickup’ no sooner that 3 days before the conference event (this hotel is about 100 yards from the Arlington Convention Center):
    Sheraton Arlington Hotel
    ATT: Hold for IEEE MetroCon 2017, Arlington Convention Center: Shari Lashlee
    1500 Convention Center Dr.
    Arlington, TX 76011
    Phone: (817) 261-8200
  3. Map of Convention Center – Arrive at Grand Hall, Salon B, North East entrance for loading dock for large items. Small items can be hand-trucked through the main entrances.
  4. Drive into the Main entrance and circle the convention center to get to the loading dock on North East entrance.
  5. General parking is on the west side of the convention center. Parking is complementary for the event in the west side convention center lot for this conference.
  6. Registration Desk is at the south entrance (main entrance). Pick up exhibitor badges there.
  7. Additional power beyond the 120Vac, 15A service will need to be ordered at the convention center. Convention Center and Conference volunteer staff will be on-site to help with this request. You can also pre-order services here.
  8. If you plan to overnight in Arlington before the conference, check out the Sheraton Arlington Hotel; it is easy walking distance to the convention center and they offer free shuttle service to and from DFW airport. There are other hotels in the area a short distance away as well.

For additional information or to make a commitment, please contact:

Colonel Mason, Exhibition Chair
IEEE MetroCon 2017
colonel (at) prfirm1 (dot) com
214-329-4949

Diane Collier
Conference General Chair
dbcollier (at) ymail (dot) com

Download: Patrons / Exibits Package (coming soon)

IEEE MetroCon 2017 Patrons:

Lockheed Martin

Mouser Electronics

Merrill Lynch

Edward Jones