Book your hotel now for Natural Products Expo East 2015

Book your hotel now for Natural Products Expo East 2015

When should I book housing for Natural Products Expo East 2015? Do I have to register first? Expo's customer service team answers your frequently asked questions. (Psst - the answer to the first question is ASAP!)

Q: Should I plan to attend Expo East this year?

A: Yes! Natural Products Expo East is the leading trade show in the natural, organic and healthy products industry. It’s scheduled to attract over 22,000 industry professionals with over 1,400 exhibits this year. Plan to be there so you don't miss out on the trends of tomorrow.

Q: When does Expo East 2015 housing open?

A: Dec. 9.

Q: Where should I stay?

A: We've negotiated travel discounts and secured a limited number of reduced-rate hotel rooms to make your trip to Baltimore affordable. Through the travel experts at onPeak, rooms at the group rate are limited and available on a first come, first-served basis. See them here.

Q: When should I book housing? Can I wait and book later?

A: Book your rooms as soon as possible. Rooms fill fast near the Convention Center. Click here to reserve a room now.

Q: Who can book housing at this time? Only exhibitors? Only attendees?

A: Housing is open for both exhibitors and attendees.

Q: Do I have to register for Expo East before I book my housing?

A: No. Book your housing as soon as possible. Expo registration is not yet open for attendees or exhibitors.

Q: Are there still booths available if I want to exhibit?

A: Yes. Contact your Account Manager to find out more!

Q: What if I want to speak at Expo East? How do I submit an application?

A: Click here and submit a proposal. We’d love to hear your ideas!


If you have questions, please visit or contact:

Customer Service: 1.866.458.4935 or 1.303.390.1776, [email protected]

Exhibit Sales: Contact your Account Manager

onPeak Housing: 1.800.388.8812, 8AM – 5PM CT, M-F, Email


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