IAAPA has long been a show as big as Texas. Now, it's even bigger. The 80th anniversary edition of the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, held November 18 to 21, sprawled like a cattle drive through the Dallas Convention Center, occupying every square inch of the building and then some. A number of the more than 1,100 exhibiting companies were corralled in the nether regions of the second-floor exhibition space (with the jugglers and the cotton-candy makers), and ...
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