NCCC 2014 Show Dates Set|
December 09, 2013
The National Coin and Currency Convention, sponsored by the Professional Currency Dealers Association, will be held Nov. 20-23 at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare in Rosemont, Ill., roughly two miles from O’Hare Airport.
“After 25 years in St. Louis, our event moved to suburban Chicago three years ago and saw an immediate uptick of roughly 50 percent in our booth sales,” said Patricia Foley, convention general chairman.
“Our just concluded 28th Annual NCCC was sold out for the third year in a row at our new Crowne Plaza home and slightly more than two-thirds of our 2013 booth holders signed up and paid in full for next year prior to the conclusion of our show.”
The 2013 show saw dealers from 19 states man the 70-booth bourse, which featured United States, world and ancient coins, as well as U.S. and world paper money.
The bourse area will first be open from 1-6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 20 for the Early Bird and Professional Preview Day. Those without booths can gain access to the bourse a day in advance of the general public for a $75 registration fee. The regular public hours will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov 23. A pass valid Friday and Saturday will be $5 at the door. Admission will be free on Sunday.
Rooms are available at the Crowne Plaza at a special discounted rate of $115. Guests should call the hotel at (877) 337-5793 and ask for the “National Coin and Currency Convention” rate.
Kevin Foley, Bourse Chairman of the PCDA sponsored convention for its first 28 years, will once again fill that role. Dealers interested in bourse space can request an application by e-mailing Foley at email@example.com.
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