6570 Spencer St #115
Las Vegas, NV 89119
When you work with Truss Rental Display and Image Design & Communications, our services go beyond simply renting you the perfect exhibit or truss rental display. We are a full service company offering complete exhibit services.
The best way to serve our busiest market is to have our largest national supply of exhibit inventory in Las vegas and after so many years, it is substantial. Our structural components are state of the art and enable us to reconfigure components to customize for our clients needs. As always, Graphics storage is freee and all published costs include transportation, set up and dismantle.
Unique in our industry
We publish fixed cost, pre-show invoicing prices. Fixed. What we quote pre-show is what we build and we save you the risk of unexpected cost overruns. We're good at what we do and after 30+ years, we know how to deliver.
We encourage you to call or email our highly experienced staff to discuss your exhibit rental or purchasing needs. Our 20+ years experience mean that we’ve seen and been through everything this industry has to offer. After your order for your Las Vegas trade show exhibit has been completed, we’ll be there throughout the whole process to make sure everything goes smoothly.
We use Our Las Vegas location to warehouse a large supply of our custom truss rentals and double deck rental exhibit components. When you rent from us for a show in Vegas, Anaheim, Long Beach, or Los Angeles, your trade show exhibit rentals would come from the Las Vegas location. We also have a facility in Orlando, Florida to serve the east coast. Because we have multiple locations from which to serve you, we are able to keep down exhibit shipping costs and pass those savings on to you. Also, in a pinch, extra parts are easily available and can be at any location within 12 hours and many times same day!
Las Vegas is the most popular Trade Show destination in the country, by far and that’s why we chose that city for our West Coast Exhibit Warehouse. We stock components to build displays from 10 ft to conventional Island Trade show booth spaces to larger Multi-Story Double Decks, our specialty.
Beginning with a manufacturing background in portable displays, over the last 30 years we’ve evolved and while that remains a key component of our business, turnkey custom display rentals has become our focus…and we’re good at it.
We are the only Trade Show Exhibit and Display supplier to offer the breadth and depth of options in our industry with published pre-show pricing that caps costs for transportation, set up and dismantle labor and graphics. We can do that because over these 30 years, we’ve developed relationships with trade show industry specialists with the same professional standards we are known by. Clearly, our offerings in Double Deck Exhibits far exceeds anything available on the internet.or anywhere today.
“We are proud of our standing as the top trade show destination for a historic two decades,” said Rossi Ralenkotter, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. “Maintaining the No. 1 ranking is a collaborative effort and a testament to all of the hard working people who make Las Vegas a premier business destination year after year.”
“Las Vegas has long reigned as the No. 1 trade show destination in the United States,” said Rachel Wimberly, TSNN president. “The destination truly has an unparalleled convention and meetings package to offer.”
To continue as the nation’s top trade show destination, LVCVA continues work on the new Las Vegas Global Business District, a $2.5 billion facelift of the Las Vegas Convention Center that will add meeting rooms, a conference facility, a World Trade Center and multimodal transportation hub. The project, announced last year, is expected to take eight to 10 years to complete.
All totaled in 2013, according to LVCVA, Las Vegas played host to more than 22,000 meetings that attracted more than 5.1 million delegates. Those meetings had a $7.4 billion impact on the Southern Nevada economy and supported 61,200 jobs.
Las Vegas’ two closest competitors in 2013 were Chicago, with 29 shows, and Orlando, 24 shows, according to TSNN, which is based in suburban Milwaukee.
That’s why when it comes to putting your best foot forward without breaking the bank at Trade Shows in Las Vegas, we’re the best choice.
Las Vegas maintains its long-standing reputation as the leading destination for business travel as it is named the No. 1 trade show destination for the 22nd consecutive year, according to the Trade Show News Network’s (TSNN) “2015 TSNN Top 250 Trade Shows in the United States” list. Las Vegas hosted 54 of the largest shows held in the country last year.
“Las Vegas consistently provides our convention clients with the most professional and productive experience possible, and is proud to be named the No. 1 trade show destination for the 22nd year,” said Rossi Ralenkotter, President/CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. “It is critical that we continue to provide the most professional and productive experience to our convention delegates. We need to continue to invest in our convention infrastructure to make sure we are always ahead of the competition.”
The coveted list by Trade Show News Network represents the largest 250 trade shows held in the country last year, ranked by net square footage.
The Consumer Technology Association’s CES 2016 show snagged the top spot with more than 2.2 million square feet of exhibit space across several Las Vegas convention facilities. CES 2015 welcomed more than 3,600 exhibitors and nearly 170,000 attendees.
"It's no surprise that Las Vegas, once again, was ranked the No. 1 city on the 2015 TSNN top 250 Trade Show list, with 54 of the biggest shows being hosted there," said TSNN President Rachel Wimberly. "The combination of world-class resorts, convention and meetings venues, restaurants and entertainment, to mention a few highlights, make Las Vegas a very desirable destination."
Las Vegas’ closest competitor was Orlando. Even with more than two decades under its belt as the No. 1 trade show destination, Las Vegas works hard to maintain that ranking. The city that evolved to host people is always evolving to improve the experience and ensure its top ranking as THE trade show capital of the US.
More than $7 billion in current and proposed development is on the books to add to the destination’s appeal, including the T-Mobile Arena, TopGolf Las Vegas, Resorts World Las Vegas, renovation of the Julius Tower at Caesars Palace and the Monte Carlo theater, just to name a few. In addition, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is progressing with its Las Vegas Convention Center District project that will expand and renovate the Las Vegas Convention Center. That level of growth indicates how important it is for companies to get their name and message out there and by offering Turnkey Exhibit Rentals, we help make it happen in a big way!
Nearly 22,000 meetings in 2015
5.9 million delegates in 2015
$9.3 billion impact to local economy
$2.7 billion in local salaries and wages supported
Supports 66,500 jobs
Your exhibit marketing needs come first. We can provide intuitive partnering to let you get the best ROI in the most efficient way with a friendly personal touch you’ll appreciate. Whether it’s a conventional inline or Island Trade Show Booth space or larger Multi-story exhibit, you can count on us to more that meet your needs. Our Corporate Tagline is “Building Relationships Through Design and that’s what we do best!
We use Our Las Vegas location to warehouse a large supply of our custom double deck rental exhibit components along with a wide range of our re-designed Display Rentals for smaller size booth spaces.
When you rent from us for a show in Vegas, Anaheim, Long Beach, or Los Angeles, your double deck would come from the Las Vegas location. We also have a facility in Orlando, Florida to serve the east coast. With multiple locations to serve you from, we are able to keep down exhibit shipping costs and pass those savings on to you. Also, in a pinch, extra parts are easily available and can be at any location within 12 hours and many times same day!
Here is some information that will come in handy for your next show.
Turnkey Exhibit Rentals means we handle the transportation and labor! Essentially, you walk on to the trade show floor and see everything set up and ready to go. When the show is over, we pack and store everything for your next show! You’ll have a great show and lots of time to spare! Best of all, we can coordinate your Show Services.
Las Vegas, an ever-changing fantasy-land of a city, has seen unbelievable expansion since it emerged from the desert just over 100 years ago. The sights and sounds of Las Vegas are enjoyed by millions of visitors every year. They stay in some of the most glamorous, unique hotels in the world. They eat at five-star restaurants and expansive buffets. They play at casinos, pools, health spas and golf courses. Sometimes (many times, actually) they even marry each other.
You will be dazzled by Vegas, but the sheer number of things to see and do can seem overwhelming. A little advance planning will help you to enjoy your Vegas trip. Continue reading for basic visitor information (what to bring, things to know) and an overview of this special destination.
Electricity: The United States uses 110 to 120 volts AC (60 cycles). If visiting from outside of North America, you may require an electrical adapter for any electronics or appliances you want to bring. Las Vegas electrical outlets accept the standard North American plug with two flat parallel pins.
It is best to avoid bringing personal electronic items into the casino. Hotel security is always on the lookout for photography and video of casino machines and tables and will quickly remove persons doing so.
All players must be at least 21 years old – no exceptions.
You are in a desert, and your body will need fluids, especially in the summer months. Carry a bottle of water, and be sure to bring sunscreen.
The high-concentration areas of Las Vegas are among the safest places for visitors in the world. Security is tight, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take the same precautions that you would at home. Be aware of your surroundings and stay away from threatening situations. If gaming, keep an eye on your purse, change bucket or chips. If there is an incident, police and security personnel are generally highly visible.
Generally speaking, smoking is permitted on the casino floor at most resorts, in some guest rooms and in bars that don’t serve food. It is not permitted in public areas such as restaurants, hotel lobbies, the Las Vegas Convention Center concourse areas, or McCarran International Airport.
Other than gambling, conventions are the second most precious asset keeping the 62,000 Las Vegas hotel rooms filled with guests. In fact, many would argue that conventions are more important to Las Vegas than gambling, given that many U.S. residents now live less than 45 minutes from casino entertainment.
The stakes are indeed high, as Las Vegas battles other convention cities such as Orlando, Anaheim, and Chicago for a piece of the lucrative convention business. Last year, more than 5 million convention attendees visited our oasis in the desert to be part of 22,000 conventions in Las Vegas. Granted, it helps that the city is home to fifteen of the world’s 25 largest hotels that can deliver millions of square feet of close convention space.
Also, Las Vegas offers the convenience of McCarran International Airport, a sunny climate, and world-class entertainment to attendees. The convention business does its share to help deliver the $50 billion dollars that tourism brought to Southern Nevada in 2014. That figure represents more than 54 percent of the region’s gross product, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
These conventions are a culmination of months of planning from the best professional convention planners. While conventions come in many shapes and sizes, several annual conventions have been held in Las Vegas so long that they are now part of the fabric of the city.
Las Vegas barely has time to shake off the New Year’s confetti before CES rolls into town. The Consumer Electronics Show in 2016 runs from January 6-9 and will occupy 2.4 million square feet by 3,600 companies.
This highly watched convention is the launching point for the electronic gadgets and products that will be appearing on store shelves by summer. To stay relevant in this quick moving industry, technology companies use CES to introduce and build excitement around new merchandise. Many are predicting that 2016 will be the year virtual reality is ready for the prime time.
February ushers the World of Concrete convention into town and runs the 2-5. The World of Concrete features more than 18,000 companies welcoming more than 60,000 attendees to town to showcase the newest in commercial construction innovations. Exhibits are found at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The Men’s Apparel Guild of California, or MAGIC, also picks February in Las Vegas to offer a preview the season’s fashion offerings to more than 85,000 attendees. MAGIC occupies the majority of the Mandalay Bay Convention area and returns to Las Vegas during the fall to offer fashion for the following spring.
April in Las Vegas belongs to the National Association of Broadcasters or NAB. This convention is the world’s largest event covering filmed entertainment along with the development, management and delivery of content across all mediums. NAB brings more than 100,000 attendees to multiple locations on the Las Vegas Strip. This is a great convention for celebrity spotting as it brings the largest names in the business to town.
If Las Vegas did not sparkle enough, June 3-6 sees the annual return of the JCK Trade Show to Mandalay Bay for almost 40,000 people. JCK is the jewelry industry’s premiere trade show, where industry networks meet each year to review market trends. Additionally, this event gives the jewelry industry opportunities to discuss the future of jewelry designing and retailing.