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Anyone here going to the Consumer Electronics Show in January (8-11) in Las Vegas?


What type of goods do you trade in?

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isnt that the same as the avn show?


i would have gone in jan but i dont feel like flying back to back trip... i am going to the all star game (business write off expense)

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The Consumer Electronics Show is a mammoth 1.7 million sf trade show. Think of Best Buy & Circuit City. That's the type of goods that are exhibited - - for the trade.


The show your referencing is the "Adult Entertainment Show" or something to that effect. It too is huge but is no longer a part of CES. I believe it runs the same dates.

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I would love to and have been wanting too for the last few years. I have gone to SEMA but not CES yet. I hope to go in Jan 2008.


Yes, the AVN is held the sametime as CES... I bet there are alot of "interesting" people out there at that time because of that other show.

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