InfoComm International, the professional trade association of the global audiovisual information communications industry, announced today its future rotation plans for its annual InfoComm International® exposition and conference, a TradeshowWeek 200 event held in the United States. The InfoComm Board of Governors, following the recommendation of the InfoComm Exhibitors Committee, has approved a rotation between Orlando, Florida and Las Vegas, Nevada for 2008 through 2013.

InfoComm 2008 will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center's North and Central Halls, June 18 to 20. InfoComm 2009 will be held at Orlando's Orange County Convention Center's West Halls, June 17 to 19. The show will rotate between the two cities in the same halls in mid-June thereafter through 2013. InfoComm has signed lease agreements with both facilities.

"InfoComm is pleased to host our flagship exhibition in the world’s most popular convention destinations," says Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D., executive director, InfoComm International. “We are confident that we have secured the ideal dates in June and the best space available for InfoComm's growing annual gathering.”

Blake Brubaker of Da-Lite Screen Co., InfoComm's Exhibitor Committee chairman and InfoComm Board member added, "Orlando and Las Vegas are terrific destinations for both attendees and exhibitors; they have outstanding facilities, world class hotels and incredible entertainment options. We are confident that InfoComm will continue to thrive in these two fine cities."

As previously announced, InfoComm 2006 will be held next June 7-9, 2006 in Orlando and InfoComm 2007 will be held June 19-21, 2007 in Anaheim, CA.

InfoComm 2006 is expected to host over 28,000 professional commercial and end-user attendees from more than 80 countries and all 50 US states. More than 775 exhibitors will occupy an estimated 425,000 net square feet of exhibits, exhibitor meetings and special events space during the event. More than 4,000 attendees will participate in some 250 educations sessions held in conjunction with the Show.