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June 22, 2021

G2E show attendees to enjoy free admission to the IAAPA Attractions Expo 2009

G2E 2009 join forces with IAAPA

(US).- G2E 2009 organizers announced a strategic partnership with the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), which will provide greater value and return on investment for both events' attendees and exhibitors.

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2E trade show attendees will enjoy free admission to the IAAPA Attractions Expo 2009, which will feature amusement industry products and vendors. G2E 2009 is scheduled to take place November 17-19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

G2E 2009 attendees visiting the IAAPA Expo show floor will have the opportunity to see products and services that can increase attendance at their facilities and enhance their overall guest experience. The partnership also will benefit G2E exhibitors in the food and beverage, entertainment, design and décor, and security and surveillance sectors by providing them the opportunity to engage with an increased number of buyers in these fields.

Qualified IAAPA Expo attendees from amusement and theme parks, family and themed entertainment centers, hotels and resorts, retail shopping centers, the casino gaming sector, theaters, arenas and stadiums will be offered access to the G2E 2009 show floor. By attending G2E 2009, IAAPA attendees will have access to a host of additional vendors showcasing the products and services that are important to their businesses.

IAAPA Attractions Expo 2009, the world's largest conference and trade show for the amusement park and attractions industry, will take place November 16-20 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in the South Halls.

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