Workrite had a great experience at MetroCon this year [2018]! We thought the turnout with viable leads was wonderful, and we walked away with a dozen requests for lunch and learns! Many designers thanked us for being there as they seem to miss the commercial furniture sector at the show. We will definitely be back!
— Courtney Engberg-Hulse, NCIDQ, IIDA – Territory Manager North Texas/Oklahoma, Workrite Ergonomics
My company will be at Metrocon19, and I am planning to add another booth for a total of 300 SF. At Metrocon18, we had 38 companies & approximately 75+ contacts visit our booth with projects interested in our products. One of my manufacturers was so impressed with the quality of leads & contacts that he canceled and lost his deposit on another (bigger) trade show. We had a great show!
— Gary Yancy, CSI, CDT, LEED AP – Manufacturers Representative, Spec Classic LLC

METROCON is affordable.

Depending on your Membership status and whether or not you choose to upgrade your booths, the cost to exhibit runs between $5.25/sf - $11.25/sf. Plus, you get 3 complimentary exhibitor badges and 3 complimentary Happy Hour drink tickets for every 10’x10’ booth you buy. Learn more here.

METROCON means business.

Our regional show may not be as big and beautiful as the national shows (or as expensive!), but it works, and this year we are collecting more data from both you and our attendees - who work across all markets - so that we can do a better, more targeted job of matchmaking.

[2018] was our first ever Metrocon, and we had an excellent event! Thanks again for a great show!
— David Moore – General Manager Marketing & Business Development, Pella Windows & Doors Dallas Fort Worth

METROCON is easy on you.

The show is on one floor, so move-in and tear-down doesn’t require fighting over elevators or navigating stairs. As long as you don’t require motorized equipment, then you can use your own installers and do everything yourself.

METROCON has ♥.

The A&D industry volunteers who govern this show are passionate about bringing our regional design community together to make connections, advance careers, and do business. We want you to be successful because it makes us happy. It’s as simple as that.

Thanks SO much (again!) for everything. I know this is always a ton of work for [the committee], and as always it went off without a hitch. Muchas gracias!
— Glenn Garry – Communications Manager, Texas Board of Architectural Examiners