Conventions scheduled for the Las Vegas area this week:

Location Dates Attendance

Accessories The Show The Venetian Feb. 17-19 2,000

Western Retail Sales and Service Conference Hard Rock Hotel Feb. 17-20 140

Gin Rummy Winter Classic Tournament Bally’s Feb. 17-20 120

Western Veterinary Conference Mandalay Bay Feb. 17-21 14,000

Motorola Channel Partner Expo Aria Feb. 17-20 1,750

International Franchise Association Convention MGM Grand Feb. 17-20 2,000

Parts Conference Monte Carlo Feb. 18-21 150

MRket Trade Show The Venetian Feb. 18-20 7,500

Natl. Assn. of Attorneys General Investigator Training Tropicana Las Vegas Feb. 19-22 50

Invictus Tactical Co. LLC: Invictus Law Dog Tuscany Feb. 19-21 550

American Bankruptcy Institute: Valcon Four Seasons Feb. 19-22 127

Lennox Industries, Inc Dealer Meeting Roadshow MGM Grand Feb. 19-23 600

ENKVegas Spring Wynn Las Vegas Feb. 19-21 500

Univ. Learning Systems: Providing Better Patient Care Harrah’s Feb. 20-22 75

Prof. Landcare Network Planet Executive Forum The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Feb. 20-25 200

Family Farm Alliance Meeting and Conference Monte Carlo Feb. 20-22 200

CME Science: Tutorial in Neuroradiology and Imaging Wynn Las Vegas Feb. 21-23 140

IFMA: Chain Operators Exchange Red Rock Resort Feb. 21-28 450

Retail Packaging Association Conference Tropicana Las Vegas Feb. 21-24 1,200

American College of Legal Medicine Meeting Planet Hollywood Resort Feb. 22-24 200

Network Affiliates Inc. Convention Encore Feb. 22-24 200

CLE Seminar: Introduction to Transactional Drafting UNLV Feb. 22 25

NAI Global Inc. Convention Caesars Palace Feb. 23-March 1 600

Armbrust Aviation Group Airport Revenue Conference Caesars Palace Feb. 23-March 1 600

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