As of now the PACK EXPO International and Healthcare Packaging Expo is scheduled for November 8-11, 2020 at McCormick Place, Chicago. As the event’s Official Hotel Reservation Office, Expovision is closely monitoring hotel partners’ COVID-19 response. The PMMI Tradeshow Department is actively working with its city partners to see how the state’s and city’s 5-phase reopen plans could potentially impact the largest packaging expo.
The city of Chicago is diligently following COVID-19 guidelines from the World Health Organization (WHO) and Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This includes Illinois state leaders, the Chicago Convention Bureau, McCormick Place and the Chicago Department of Aviation.
The Chicago hotel market continues to expand and reinvent itself in the Windy City. Expovision has added some new properties and lucky for you – the PACK EXPO International room block also has hotels with renovated guest rooms! Chicago hotels are filled with rich architectural history, modern amenities and trendy bars and dining.
PACK EXPO International and Healthcare Packaging EXPO 2020 will be in Chicago during November, which brings chilly weather and the start of holiday season cheer. The Expovision team has been surveying the ever-changing landscape of hotels in the city to prepare the official room block. After our research we’ve added two new, boutique hotels in the downtown area. As always, we’ve pre-negotiated the guaranteed lowest rates for pack expo show attendees and exhibitors!
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The only constant in Vegas hospitality is that properties are always changing and reinventing themselves. Many Caesars’ Entertainment hotels have updated their guest rooms in time for this year’s PACK EXPO Las Vegas! The event will be at the Las Vegas Convention Center on September 23-25.
2018 marked the fifth annual Exhibitors Day and one of the major issues discussed was housing poachers. In June 2018, convention industry members went to Capitol Hill to bring to light that there are “15 million fraudulent online bookings scams” every year. That’s $1.3 billion in booking scammers’ pockets!