C2E2 Launches with 27,500
On Chicago’s Lakefront
Published: 04/19/2010 02:12am
“For the last year this show has been a theory. For the last three days people have been able to walk around and experience what the event, the concept, and the community are about, and now we can grow from here.”
Exhibitor and dealer response was good, although sales were below expectations for some, according to Fensterman. “The majority of the exhibiting customers seem to understand and support what we’re trying to do in
The population of the
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