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2017 Trade Show and Convention Transportation Services
Since 1983, Book a Bus Charter has been providing clients with the finest, most affordable and reliable transportation services for conventions, trade shows and seminars throughout the U.S. Our services can include airport to hotel transportation with return service, hotel to convention center service or private charters for around town service for shopping sprees, golf outings, off-site dinners or other events.
Some of the major conventions and trade shows we are offering charter bus, shuttle bus, mini-bus, limo bus, tour bus service and airport transportation for in 2017/2018 are listed below. With over 1000 conventions nationwide each year, it is not possible for us to list them all. If you do not see your show listed, please contact us at 800-979-0000 for assistance.
Convention, Trade Show Name
Medical Design and Manufacturing
Magic Marketplace
American International Toy Fair
Tech Advantage
Con Expo / Con Agg
Natural Products Expo West
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
International Vision Expo East
International Security Conference
Consumer Electronics Show | CES
National Association of Broadcasters
Aviation Week MRO Americas
National Hardware Show
International Dairy Deli Bakery Association
Semicon West
Clinical Lab Expo
Magic Market | Summer
International Manufacturing Technology Show
IMEX America
City of Service
Anaheim, CA
Las Vegas, NV
New York, NY
San Diego, CA
Las Vegas, NV
Anaheim, CA
San Diego, CA
Los Angeles, CA
New York, NY
Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV
Orlando, FL
Las Vegas, NV
Anaheim, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Diego, CA
Las Vegas, NV
Chicago, IL
Las Vegas, NV

U.S Convention Centers Services By Book a Bus Charter







District of Columbia


  • Broward County Convention Center (Fort Lauderdale)
  • Clemente Center (Melbourne)
  • Donald L. Tucker Center (Tallahassee)
  • Emerald Coast Convention Center (Okaloosa Island/Destin)
  • Knight International Center (Miami)
  • Miami Beach Convention Center
  • Ocean Center (Daytona Beach)
  • Orange County Convention Center (Orlando)
  • Palm Beach County Convention Center (West Palm Beach)
  • Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center (Jacksonville)
  • Tampa Convention Center
  • Volusia County Fair and Expo Center (DeLand)


  • Atlanta Exposition Centers
  • Centennial Olympic Park (Atlanta)
  • Cobb Galleria Centre (Atlanta)
  • Georgia International Convention Center (College Park)
  • Georgia World Congress Center (Atlanta)
  • TEE Center (Augusta)


  • Hawai’i Convention Center (Honolulu)


  • Boise Centre
  • Idaho Center (Nampa)


  • Donald E. Stephens Convention Center (Rosemont)
  • i wireless Center (Moline)
  • McCormick Place (Chicago)
  • Oakley-Lindsay Center (Quincy)
  • Odeum Expo Center (Villa Park)
  • Peoria Civic Center (Peoria)
  • Prairie Capital Convention Center (Springfield)
  • Progress City USA (Decatur)
  • Schaumburg Hotel & Convention Center
  • Tinley Park Convention Center (Tinley Park)


  • Allen County War Memorial Coliseum and Exposition Center (Fort Wayne)
  • Old National Events Plaza (Evansville)
  • Century Center (South Bend)
  • Genesis Convention Center (Gary)
  • Grand Wayne Convention Center (Fort Wayne)
  • Honeywell Center (Wabash)
  • Indiana Convention Center (Indianapolis)


  • Grand River Event Center (Dubuque)
  • Iowa Events Center (Des Moines)
  • Mid-America Center (Council Bluffs)
  • Quad Cities Waterfront Convention Center (Bettendorf)
  • RiverCenter/Adler Theatre (Davenport)


  • Century II Convention Hall (Wichita)
  • Overland Park Convention Center


  • Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center (Pikeville)
  • Frankfort Convention Center
  • Kentucky Exposition Center (Louisville)
  • Kentucky International Convention Center (Louisville)
  • Lexington Center


  • Baton Rouge River Center
  • Ike Hamilton Expo Center (West Monroe)
  • New Orleans Morial Convention Center
  • Pontchartrain Center (Kenner)


  • Cross Insurance Center (Bangor)
  • Portland Maine Convention Center


  • Aspen Institute Wye River Conference Centers (Queenstown)
  • Baltimore Convention Center
  • Belmont Estate (Belmont Conference Center) (Moore’s Morning Choice) (Elkridge)
  • Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center (National Harbor)
  • Roland E. Powell Convention Center (Ocean City)
  • UMUC Inn & Conference Center (Adelphi)


  • Bayside Expo Center (Boston) – sold in 2010 to the University of Massachusetts Boston for future redevelopment[2][3]
  • Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (Boston)
  • DCU Center (Worcester)
  • Hynes Convention Center (Boston)
  • Massachusetts Convention Center Authority
  • MassMutual Center (Springfield)


  • Cobo Center (Detroit)
  • DeVos Place Convention Center (Grand Rapids)
  • Lansing Center (Lansing)
  • Suburban Collection Showplace (Novi)


  • Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC) (Duluth)
  • Mayo Civic Center (Rochester)
  • Minneapolis Convention Center (Minneapolis)
  • RiverCentre (Saint Paul)
  • River’s Edge Convention Center (Saint Cloud)
  • Verizon Wireless Center (Mankato)


  • Hattiesburg Lake Terrace Convention Center (Hattiesburg)


  • America’s Center (St. Louis)
  • Bartle Hall Convention Center (Kansas City)
  • Branson Convention Center (Branson)

Nevada See also: List of convention centers in the Las Vegas Valley

  • Cashman Center (Las Vegas)
  • Las Vegas Convention Center (Las Vegas)
  • Mandalay Bay Convention Center (Las Vegas)
  • MGM Grand Hotel and Casino (Las Vegas)
  • Sands Expo (Las Vegas)

New Jersey

  • Atlantic City Convention Center (Atlantic City)
  • Garden State Exhibit Center (Somerset)
  • Historic Atlantic City Convention Hall (frequently called Boardwalk Hall) (Atlantic City)
  • New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center (Edison)
  • Meadowlands Exposition Center (Secaucus)
  • Wildwoods Convention Center (Wildwood)

New Mexico

  • Albuquerque Convention Center (Albuquerque)
  • Las Cruces Convention Center (Las Cruces)

New York

  • Albany Capital Center (opening March 2017) (Albany)[4]
  • Brooklyn Expo Center (Brooklyn, New York City)
  • Buffalo Niagara Convention Center (Buffalo)
  • The Dome Center (Henrietta)
  • Empire Expo Center (Syracuse)
  • Jacob K. Javits Convention Center (Manhattan, New York City)
  • Madison Square Garden (Manhattan, New York City)
  • Madison Square Garden (1890) (demolished) (Manhattan, New York City)
  • Madison Square Garden (1925) (demolished) (Manhattan, New York City)
  • Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum (Uniondale)
  • New York Coliseum (demolished) (Manhattan, New York City)
  • Oncenter (Syracuse)
  • Rochester Riverside Convention Center (Rochester)
  • Westchester County Center (White Plains)

North Carolina

  • Charlotte Convention Center (Charlotte)
  • The Empire Room (Greensboro)[5]
  • Joseph S. Koury Convention Center (Greensboro)
  • M. C. Benton Convention Center (Winston-Salem)
  • Raleigh Convention Center (Raleigh)
  • Wilmington Convention Center (Wilmington)[6]


  • Dayton Convention Center (Dayton)
  • Duke Energy Convention Center (Cincinnati)
  • Greater Columbus Convention Center (Columbus)
  • Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland and Global Center for Health Innovation
  • International Exposition (I-X) Center (Cleveland)
  • John S. Knight Center (Akron)
  • SeaGate Centre (Toledo)


  • Cox Business Center (formerly Tulsa Convention Center) (Tulsa)
  • Cox Convention Center (Oklahoma City)
  • QuikTrip Center (Tulsa)


  • Oregon Convention Center (Portland)
  • Seaside Civic and Convention Center (Seaside)


  • Bayfront Convention Center (Erie)
  • Blair County Convention Center (Altoona)
  • Carlisle Expo Center (Carlisle)
  • David L. Lawrence Convention Center (Pittsburgh)
  • Frank J. Pasquerilla Conference Center (Johnstown)
  • Greater Reading Expo Center (Reading)
  • Hershey Lodge and Convention Center (Hershey)
  • Lancaster County Convention Center (Lancaster)
  • Pennsylvania Convention Center (Philadelphia)
  • Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center (Harrisburg)
  • York Expo Center (York)

Rhode Island

  • Rhode Island Convention Center (Providence)

South Carolina

  • TD Convention Center (Greenville)Largest in the state
  • Charleston Area Convention Center (Charleston)
  • Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center (Columbia)
  • Myrtle Beach Convention Center (Myrtle Beach)
  • Spartanburg Expo & Event Center (Spartanburg)


  • Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center (Nashville)
  • Memphis Convention Center (Memphis)
  • Music City Center (Nashville)
  • Gatlinburg Convention Center (Gatlinburg)


  • American Bank Center (Corpus Christi)
  • Austin Convention Center (Austin)
  • George R. Brown Convention Center (Houston)
  • Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center (San Antonio)
  • Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas (Irving)
  • Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center (Dallas)
  • Kay Yeager Colosseum (Wichita Falls)
  • NRG Center (Houston)
  • Pitser Garrison Convention Center (Lufkin)
  • South Padre Island Convention Centre (South Padre Island)
  • Waco Convention Center (Waco)


  • David Eccles Conference Center (Ogden)
  • Davis Conference Center (Layton)
  • Dixie Center (St. George)
  • Golden Spike Arena (Ogden)
  • Salt Palace (Salt Lake City)[7]
  • South Towne Exposition Center (Sandy)
  • Utah Valley Convention Center (Provo)


  • Chesapeake Conference Center (Chesapeake)
  • Greater Richmond Convention Center (Richmond)
  • Hampton Roads Convention Center (Hampton)
  • The National Conference Center (Lansdowne)
  • Virginia Beach Convention Center (Virginia Beach)


  • Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center (Tacoma)
  • Spokane Convention Center (Spokane)
  • Three Rivers Convention Center (Tri-Cities)
  • Washington State Convention Center (Seattle)

Washington D.C.

  • Walter E. Washington Convention Center (Washington D.C.)

West Virginia

  • Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center (Beckley)
  • Big Sandy Superstore Arena (Huntington)
  • Charleston Civic Center (Charleston)
  • Morgantown Event Center (Morgantown)


  • Alliant Energy Center (Madison)
  • Kalahari Resorts (Wisconsin Dells)
  • Monona Terrace (Madison)
  • Shopko Hall (Ashwaubenon)
  • Wisconsin Center (Milwaukee)