Dana Point, CA – The Trade Show Executive (TSE) Gold 100 Awards & Summit makes a return engagement to the seaside St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort this Fall.
The St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort, located on a scenic coast in Orange County in Southern California, treated attendees at last year’s Gold 100 to a visit that was as flawless as it was luxurious. This year’s event honoring the biggest and best U.S. trade shows promises more of the same mix of great content and well-earned accolades and relaxation.
The October 22-24 Gold 100 Awards & Summit will salute the largest U.S. trade shows of 2013. A total of 15 Grand Awards will be presented at the annual banquet that is the highlight of the event. The Gold 100 also offers a full day of educational sessions and ample opportunities to network and socialize on the golf course and at the opening night welcome reception.
Dana Point has been a popular venue for the Gold 100 over the years. Its mix of sunsets, scenery and upscale resorts have made this beach town an ideal getaway for trade show organizers and their major partners as they look ahead to the busy holiday season and the 2015 show calendar.
The five-diamond St. Regis sits on a prime site along the coast within easy driving distance of John Wayne Airport and Los Angeles International Airport. Its 400 luxury rooms, ample meeting space and six ocean-view restaurants make the resort an oasis where business and pleasure easily mix.
Details of the educational sessions and other features of the 2014 TSE Gold 100 Awards & Summit will be announced in the coming weeks on the TSE website and via TSE’s E-Clips Breaking News Alerts.
EVENT RECAP of 2013 TSE Gold 100 Awards & Summit:
The trade show industry gave a standing ovation to its standouts this month at the annual Trade Show Executive Gold 100 Awards & Summit. CEOs, vice presidents, exposition managers and organizers from industry associations and international for-profit companies gathered at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort in Southern California for two days of networking and discussion that culminated with the presentation of the TSE Gold Grand Awards for the top trade shows of 2012.
“The Gold 100 is traditionally the time when the trade show industry looks back to the best events of the previous year and what lies ahead in the coming year,” said Darlene Gudea, president of Trade Show Executive Media Group. “We saw some great success stories in 2012 and the prospects for another good year in 2014 when trade shows and exhibitions will continue to help fuel economic growth.” Read more