The Cooperator Expo Las Vegas A One-Day, One-of-a-Kind Opportunity

On Tuesday, March 26,  from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas will play host to the first annual Cooperator Expo Las Vegas, a unique event tailor-made for anyone and everyone involved in the condo, HOA and community association industry, including members, managers, and decision-makers from across the state. Whether you’ve just taken a seat on your condo board or are a veteran association leader, The Cooperator Expo is a must-attend event where you can learn about the latest products and services from over 200 exhibitors, attend educational seminars, network with your peers, and get free advice from industry experts. And did we mention that it’s FREE to attend? 

For nearly three decades, The Cooperator family of publications has been informing, educating and supporting board members, community managers, and residents across the country, delivering invaluable news and information both online and in print, as well as hosting key trade events that routinely draw thousands of attendees. Now it’s Vegas’ turn, and we couldn’t be more excited.  

“We’ve been putting on these events for a long time,” says Yale Robbins, President of Yale Robbins Inc. (YRInc.), and publisher of The Nevada Cooperator, “and I’m very excited to offer this Expo as a really useful resource for Nevada’s association residents and managers. In all the markets we serve, I’m consistently impressed with the industry’s innovations and advancements from year to year – not to mention the commitment our managers and board members have to their communities. These are people who really care about their associations and making them the best they can be, and we’re honored to support that commitment here in Las Vegas.” 

A One-Stop Shop

Along with all the exhibitors representing everything from landscaping to legal services, The Cooperator Expo Las Vegas will also feature a full roster of educational seminars, product demos, free advice booths, and an in-house food court offering light meals and snacks. It’s also an opportunity to meet and interact with hundreds of managers and association administrators, compare notes, and network. 

According to Henry Robbins, YRInc.’s Vice President and Director of Sales, the company’s Expo events – including the upcoming one in Vegas – “are really in a class of their own. They’re one-stop, all-bases-covered, soup-to-nuts productions that I think allow attendees to really maximize their time at the shows.” 

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