NSGC 42nd Annual Conference
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Rules & Regulations
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Exhibitor List & Floor Plan
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Exhibit Hall Hours
Important Dates & Deadlines
March 22, 2023
Early Bird Exhibit Space Application Deadline
Sponsorship First Right of Refusal
April 21, 2023
Exhibitor Service Manual Available
August 18, 2023
Floor Plans for Island & Shared Island Booths Due
Certificates of Insurance Due
September 8, 2023
Deadline to Reserve Booth Space
September 22, 2023
Hotel Room Block Cutoff Date
Hotel & Travel
NSGC has secured a block of rooms at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place for attendees. Rooms are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. The hotel cutoff date is Friday, September 22, 2023, or whenever rooms sell out whichever occurs first.
Hyatt Regency McCormick Place
2333 South Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.
Chicago, IL 60616-9985
$299 Single/Double per night + taxes/fees
$339 City/Lake View per night + taxes/fees
Additional person in room: $25 per night
Book Your Room
Getting Around Chicago
Accessibility in Chicago
Chicago is home to two international airports conveniently located in the center of the country, with thousands of daily inbound and outbound flights to more than 240 destinations.
Chicago O’Hare International Airport
Multi-award-winning, environmentally conscious O’Hare (ORD) is one of the largest airports in the world. It lies just 16 miles from downtown Chicago and boasts four terminals — three domestic (Terminals 1, 2 and 3) and one international (Terminal 5).
Chicago Midway International Airport
Midway (MDW) is the nation’s premier point-to-point airport, offering value-oriented leisure and business travel to over 60 destinations. It’s located only 11 miles from downtown Chicago.
Access parking, flight status, amenities, and terminal maps for both O’Hare and Midway airports at flychicago.com.
Get average domestic and international flight times to Chicago.
Get Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security regulation information.
Find airlines that fly into Chicago
Transportation to/from O’Hare and Midway
- Both O’Hare and Midway are within easy reach of downtown Chicago.
- The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Blue Line ‘L’ Train, which runs 24/7, connects directly to O’Hare. The CTA Orange Line ‘L’ Train connects directly to Midway. See maps and fares.
- Taxi, Lyft, and Uber pick-up points are available at both airports. Alternatively, you can e-hail and e-pay with CHICABS-approved apps ARRO and CURB. Credit cards are accepted in all taxis. For on-demand ride-sharing, download your free Lyft and/or Uber app. Simply enter your current location and destination, review fare options, and request your ride.
- GO Airport Express provides shared ride services to all downtown/suburban hotels.
- Numerous car rental companies have facilities at both O’Hare and Midway airports.
- Find limousine and chauffeur services for your stay in Chicago.
Travel By Car
Chicago’s central location and its position as a hub for the nation’s major interstates make it a convenient drive from anywhere in the country. Chicago is accessible via several major interstates and highways: I-90 (Kennedy Expressway), I-94 (Dan Ryan Expressway), I-55 (Stevenson Expressway), I-290 (Eisenhower Expressway), and I-294 (Tri-State Tollway).
View an interactive parking map of downtown Chicago to search for public parking lots and garages by address and points of interest.
Want to pay for parking in advance? Find the perfect Chicago parking spot by comparing price, location, and amenities. Reserve your spot now with Parking.com, iParkit, Millennium Garages, or SpotHero.
Find average drive times to Chicago. And find traffic and road conditions from the Illinois Department of Transportation.
Travel By Train
Chicago’s iconic Union Station serves both Amtrak and Metra, the city’s commuter rail service. Originally designed by Daniel Burnham and completed by Graham, Anderson, Probst and White, Union Station is a glowing expression of Chicago’s status as a national railroad hub, and remains a treasured part of the city’s history.
Additionally, the Richard B. Ogilvie Transportation Center in downtown Chicago serves the three commuter rail lines of Metra’s Union Pacific District, which approach the terminal elevated above street level. There are also two Metra stations in the Loop: Millennium Station on the Metra Electric District line and Lasalle Street Station on the Rock Island District Line.
With 21,000 miles of routes across the United States and Canada, Amtrak offers more than 300 high-speed trains to more than 500 destinations daily. Find Amtrak routes and fares.
The high-speed Metra commuter rail train connects outlying suburbs to downtown Chicago, and is a fast and easy way to travel to the heart of the city. Find fares and route maps.
South Shore Line
South Shore Line serves Chicago through Northern Indiana to the South Bend Airport. Call (219) 874-4221 ext. 245 for group rates. Find South Shore Line routes and fares.
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