02.16.2006 12:00 AM
C4-Sports Moves Conference to Larger Venue in Las Vegas
C4-Sports Technology Conference and Exposition has moved its annual event, scheduled for July 17-19, from the Mandalay Bay Convention Center to the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Organizers of the event chose to move to accommodate exhibitor needs for more meeting room space and technology requirements. About 5,000 sports technology professionals are expected to attend the event that will feature keynote speaker Duke University and Olympics Men’s Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski.

“Our goal is to make C4-Sports an all-encompassing event, so when our prospective promotions partners and rapidly growing exhibitor base expressed the desire to have access to meeting rooms for private demonstrations, we chose to shift to a venue that could accommodate the technical demands of such gatherings,” said Gene Sanders, general manager of C4-Events. “The LVCC is a venue where many C4-Sports exhibitors have a history of participation in a wide variety of shows and events.”

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