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Prepare for NRB 2014 with the Free My Show Planner

My ShowThis year’s NRB International Christian Media Convention has nearly 200 exhibitors to visit. Maximize your time on the Exhibit Floor by taking a few moments now to create your My Show Planner.  Creating your own personal show map is quick, it’s simple, and, best of all, it’s free.

STEP 1:

To create your planner, launch the Interactive Floor Plan and click on the My Show Planner icon on the home page.  Select the “log in/signup” button, enter a few key pieces of information and that’s it – your journey to a more productive Convention has begun.

STEP 2:

Search the online floor plan by exhibitor name or product and start investigating the Exposition.  Once you’ve narrowed down your list of must-see exhibitors, add them to your agenda by clicking on the check box to the right of the company name from within the search result lists.  Or, you can add them directly from the Exhibit Floor by selecting their booth and clicking the “add to My Show Planner” button.  It’s just that easy.

STEP 3:

Check back often to see what new content exhibitors are adding to their listings each day.  And when you’re ready to head to the Convention, print your Planner and map out and bring them with you to the Exposition.

Published: February 6, 2014

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