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Harris and Lian often look like frantic lobby bellhops shuffling bags for impatient hotel conventioneers.
Events include a live Pac-Man game on the lawn, a Dungeons and Dragons game, a Pokémon tournament and a Go Fish tournament for the younger conventioneers.
These changes mean Boiseans will encounter more conventioneers than ever walking Downtown streets, visiting local attractions and patronizing bars and restaurants, sometimes increasing wait times.
Still more conventioneers Convention revenue has risen over the past few years and is expected to climb even more with this year’s completion of the three-year, $47.5 million expansion of the Boise Centre.
The airport was bustling, and hotels and casinos were crowded with gamblers and conventioneers.
Determined to reinforce the trend of resiliency, James J. Murren, the chief executive of MGM, met Wednesday with conventioneers from the software maker Ceridian and their customers.
Like the arena, the Marriott Marquis Chicago, 2121 S. Prairie Ave., will expand McCormick Place in addition to providing conventioneers with adjacent hotel space.
Workers or conventioneers on breaks can sit and drink coffee and watch important sporting events or HGTV programs projected onto the wall.
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Definition of conventioneer for English Language Learners
: a person who goes to a convention (sense 1)
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