The Las Vegas Convention Center is known as the World Trade Center Las Vegas - a designation in partnership with the Consumer Electronics Association and through a license with the World Trade Center Association. In an effort to draw more international attendance, The Consumer Electronics Association and the LVCVA recognized the value of the World Trade Center designation as a key part of bringing this growing segment of convention business to Las Vegas.
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The Las Vegas Convention Center offers a spectrum of high quality services complimenting its convention and meeting facilities. With full service kitchen facilities, two restaurants with seating for over 1,300, 18 concession stands, and two Starbucks cafes, every culinary need can be met with a taste of Las Vegas. Event services include a master antenna system, local, cable and closed circuit television and audio recording rooms at a nominal fee; registration services operated on a fee basis; and badges and badge holders available upon request. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in designated areas of the convention center. The LVCC's parking lots have over 5,200 spaces.
The following is a list of our service providers, procedures, and offerings:
LVCVA Convention and Meeting Registration Services
We're here to help, and our staff of skilled professionals will help you hit the ground running with supplemental registration assistance
Food service, preparation, and catering on-site.
Advanced Convention Services
Fax: (702) 920-8255
Exclusive provider of telephone, Internet, wireless, and data network services for the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Hoopla! develops new ways to interface with the thousands of people that visit the convention and meeting venues every day. Hoopla! provides a traditional platform for advertising, sponsorships, and meeting information. shows and exhibitors can run social network feeds, photo booth posts, polling and contests on the Hoopla network – all in real time.
Several Las Vegas Convention Center policies have been put online for your convenience. To obtain a complete listing of policies, please refer to the Building Users Manual.
The Building Users Manual provides information on rates, facility usage, deposits, cancellations, advertising, security, fire & safety regulations and other services at the convention center. Please refer to the manual for information about the requirements for service contractors and display houses before providing services (constructing or setting exhibits).
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has, and will continue, to provide facilities which are accessible to disabled visitors.
Parking spaces for the disabled for both regular vehicles and vans are available at the Las Vegas Convention Center and Cashman Center for properly identified vehicles. Out-of-state dash placards are recognized or temporary disabled parking permits are available through the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. Contact them in advance for an application at DMV Special Plates 775-684-4750 in Carson City or visit www.dmvnv.com. A physician's statement will be required.
With a focus on reducing its fuel consumption the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority promotes the use of alternate energy and currently 90% of its vehicles are being powered by electric or propane. Additionally with a generous grant from the Consumer Electronic Association (CEA) the LVCC unveiled its Electronic Vehicle Charging Station during the 2014 International CES. The LVCC and resort partners such as MGM Resorts, ARIA, Mandalay Bay, and Palazzo are the growing the trend of properties in Las Vegas offering EV charging stations to visitors at no cost.
Automatic doors have been installed at both facilities at the most frequently used entrances for our disabled visitors.
Maps have been developed for the Convention Center giving an at-a-glance look at both facilities inside and out. Accessible parking, restrooms, elevators, etc. are marked to assist disabled visitors in getting from one area to another. These maps are available in the Visitor Information Center at the Convention Center or in Security at either facility.
Requests for wheelchair and scooter rentals for use during shows at the Las Vegas Convention Center can be made through FedEx Office located in the Grand Lobby (Central Hall) and the South Hall Lobby. Please contact FedEx Office at 702-943-6780 for more information.
TDDs (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf) are permanently installed at various pay phone locations throughout both the Convention Center and Cashman Center. Directional signs are posted at every bank of pay phones or, see the Accessibility Map of each facility for their location.
Volume control pay phones are available at every bank of permanent pay phones which allows for increasing volume on the handset.Auxiliary Aids
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This Building Users Manual is intended to assist you in working within the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority (LVCVA) is committed to building on our current successes and maintaining a proactive approach towards future sustainable activities such as recycling, green purchasing, education and conservation programs. Read more about our Sustainable Initiatives here.
Planning and completing a successful event is difficult at best, but knowing our policies can make your job easier. A Convention Services Manager (CSM) is assigned to every event holding space in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Since policies have a way of changing, your assigned CSM will ask you for your e-mail address so we can keep you informed of any revisions. Your CSM will also handle any special requests and answer any questions you may have about the facility.
If you have any additional questions or require further information about the facilities or policies of the Las Vegas Convention Center, please contact:Melissa Smith