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When was the Greenville Convention Center built?

Does Greenville need a downtown convention center? The center was built in 1964 as a textile hall during Greenville's texitle heyday. The city bailed the center out in 2001, taking over ownership for $6.75 million, and spent $22 million to renovate it in 2008.

The island's old convention center was built in 1961.

This Greenville gun show is held at TD Convention Center and hosted by South Carolina Arms Collectors Association.

Greenville is the cultural and entertainment center for the upstate, including an award winning downtown, a major performing arts center, a 17,000 seat arena, a 340,000-square-foot convention and exhibition center, nationally recognized museum collections, and 39 parks, playgrounds and recreation centers.

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Greenville is the cultural and entertainment center for the upstate, including an award winning downtown, a major performing arts center, a 17,000 seat arena, a 340,000-square-foot convention and exhibition center, nationally recognized museum collections, and 39 parks, playgrounds and recreation centers.

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The name changed to Greenville Hospital System in 1966 and the primary facility, Greenville Memorial Hospital, was built in 1972; by 1982, it was expanded to become the state's largest acute care hospital.

Lucas Oil Stadium, home of Super Bowl 2012, was built as a multi-purpose facility connected to the Indiana Convention Center. The center was nearly doubled in size to make it the 17th largest in the country. Together they offer 749,000 sq. ft.

Built in 1993, the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Center City Philadelphia spans four city blocks and offers a total of 1 million square feet of exhibition space. An update and expansion of the space completed in 2011 made the center the largest convention center on the East Coast.

Convention Centers

Built in 1993, the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Center City Philadelphia spans four city blocks and offers a total of 1 million square feet of exhibition space. An update and expansion of the space completed in 2011 made the center the largest convention center on the East Coast.

Convention Centers

The 42nd National Sports Collectors Convention will be held July 27-31, 2022 at the Atlantic City (NJ) Convention Center. The AC Convention Center was the site of the 2016 National as well.

The 42nd National Sports Collectors Convention will be held July 27-31, 2022 at the Atlantic City (NJ) Convention Center. The AC Convention Center was the site of the 2016 National as well.

Balfour Beatty built the original convention center for the 1991 event and 30 years later the company is delivering the convention center's new addition for the world-famous boat show for a second time.

Fort Worth Convention Center

The Fort Worth Convention Center (formerly known as the Tarrant County Convention Center) is a convention center and indoor arena located in Sundance Square in Fort Worth, Texas. The complex opened on September 30, 1968, and was expanded in 1983, 2002 and 2003.

Fort Worth Convention Center

The Findlay Toyota Center (formerly Tim's Toyota Center and originally built as the Prescott Valley Convention Events Center) is a 5,100-seat multi-purpose arena located at 3201 North Main Street in Prescott Valley, Arizona.

The show was filmed on location in and around Miami. The show had a permanent set built in the former Coconut Grove Convention Center in Miami's Coconut Grove neighborhood, where most of the show is filmed.