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Nixplay Signage and ADCOMM at the 2019 AAHOA Convention and Trade Show - April 24-27

Nixplay Signage was proud to support our reseller partner ADCOMM at the 2019 Asian-American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA) Convention and Trade Show, held at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California on April 24 - 27, 2019.  

The Asian-American Hotel Owners Association, founded in 1989, as a trade association to promote the interests of Asian-American hoteliers, vendors, brand leaders, and other hotel industry partners, has now developed into the largest hotel owners association in the world.

Did you know that AAHOA members own more than 20,000 properties amounting to over 40 percent of all hotels in the United States and employ approximately 600,000 professionals, accounting for over $9.4 billion in payroll annually?

At the 2019 AAHOA trade show, Nixplay Signage participated and supported ADCOMM presenting our latest Nixplay and Nixplay Signage offerings, as well as providing demos of our digital signage solutions.

 Nixplay Signage and ADCOMM at AAHOA 2019

Nixplay Signage and ADCOMM had a wonderful experience meeting with a variety of hotel and hospitality clients and professionals interested in Nixplay and Nixplay Signage during the event on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 

Nixplay Signage and ADCOMM at AAHOA 2019

Nixplay Signage also cosponsored a private networking event with ADCOMM, Samsung, and DIRECTV for key professionals from major brands.

Nixplay Signage and ADCOMM at AAHOA 2019

If you are considering digital signage solutions for your hotel, motel, lodging lobby, convention, meeting rooms, restaurants, bars, or spas, please contact us at sales@nixplaysignage.com or call us at 1-415-299-6403 for a free demo or to get started. 

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