2021 PCA Convention & Trade Show
July 9—13, 2021 • Las Vegas, NV
The BIGGEST Premium Cigar & Pipe Tobacco Event of the Year
The PCA Trade Show is THE biggest event for the premium cigar and pipe tobacco industry and is designed specifically to help your premium tobacco business thrive!
July 9 — 13, 2021
Sands Expo Convention Center
Las Vegas, NV
Get ready for the biggest show of 2021! Reserve your exhibit space now by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsor packages are now available for the PCA 2021 trade show! View all available packages and claim yours now!
Why We Attend
Why We Exhibit & Sponsor
The Exhibitor list below is growing each day! Check back often for updates.
7-20-4 Vintage Cigar Distributors of NE
A Fuente & Co Inc
ADVentura & McKay Cigars Co
AJ Fernandez Cigar Company
Alec Bradley Cigar Distributors
Arango Cigar Co
Benchmade Knife Company
BJ Long Company
Blackbird Cigar Co
Cigar In The Bottle, Inc
Cigar Rights Of America
Concord Gentlemen’s Accessories – Harvy Canes
Curivari Cigars Int’l
Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust
East West Trading Corporation
El Artista Cigar
Elie Bleu / Rëyns International
EPC Cigar Company
Esteban Carreras Cigar Co
F & K Cigar Co
First Land Intl, Inc.
Gran Habano Cigars
Graycliff Cigar Company
Great Discovery’s Inc
Gurkha Cigar Group
Harold Levinson Associates
Hiram and Solomon Cigars
The House of Lucky Cigar
JC Newman Cigar Co
Jet Line by KK International Corporation
JM Tobacco Co
JRE Tobacco Co
Klafter’s Inc / Smoker Friendly International
Laudisi Distribution Group
Lotus / Integral Logistics
Lucky Sales Inc
Maryland Match Corp
Miami Cigar & Company
My Father Cigars
National Honey Almond / NHA Inc
Oliva Cigar Company
Oveja Negra Brands
Platinum Nova Cigar
Prometheus International Inc
Quality Importers Trading Company
Rocky Patel Premium Cigars
Santa Clara Inc
Shenzhen Raching Technology Co
ST Dupont (Coles of London)
Sutliff Tobacco – a Mac Baren Company
Tatuaje Cigars / Havana Cellars
Tobacco Outlet Products / Smoke Odor Exterminator
Tobacco Pipe Exporters Inc
Vector-KGM Industries Co
Zippo Manufacturing Co
Note About Phishing Scams & 3rd Party Hotel Deals
Similar to years past, the PCA will have exclusive discounts available to our attendees for participating hotels and will provide this information to our members as soon as it is available. These special rates are exclusive to the PCA and any and all information re. this will be sent directly from us.
The PCA does not work with 3rd party vendors. Any “deals” or “offers” that arrive in your inbox from an email address not associated with the PCA is spam and should be treated as such. Phishing scams are very common, especially in the months leading up to any trade show, so we advise using caution and checking the email address from the sender before opening any email that may appear similar to ours.
Whether such emails claim to offer discounted hotel rates, attendee contact information, or anything else, we assure you we are absolutely not affiliated with them and do not condone such behavior.
How to Recognize Phishing
Phishing emails may appear to be from a legitimate business (and may even include PCA images or logos), but they are not. Examples of phishing emails include but are not limited to:
- saying they’ve noticed some suspicious activity
- claiming there is a problem with your account or payment info
- saying you need to confirm personal information
- including a fake invoice
- asking you to click a link to make a payment
- offering a discount or coupon for free stuff
- saying your eligible for a refund
How to Protect Yourself from Phishing
- Protect your computer with security software and set it to update automatically so it can handle any new security threats.
- Protect your cell phone by setting automatic software updates, which can give you added protection against security threats.
- When possible, protect your accounts with multi-factor authentication. This makes it more difficult for scammers to log in to your accounts even if they manage to get your username and password.
- Protect your data by backing it up and making sure those backups aren’t connected to your home network.
How to Report Phishing
- If you suspect an email is part of a phishing scam, report it to us immediately so we can take action!
- Once you’ve confirmed the email is fraudulent, forward it to the FTC at email@example.com and to the Anti-Phishing Working Group at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Report the phishing attack to the FTC at FTC.gov/complaint.
We are fully committed to making this the best trade show yet and can’t wait to see you this summer at #PCA2021!