Hosted by the Martial Arts Industry Association (MAIA) and Century Martial Arts, the SuperShow is the premier event for continuing education in the martial arts industry. Since 2001, it has drawn thousands of participants annually from across the United States and the globe. The Martial Arts SuperShow features dozens of learning experiences, from on-the-mat training to professional business seminars, plus the chance to network and explore new products and services available on the market. Speakers and seminars cover a huge array of topics, and, if the three days of the show aren’t enough for you, there is also a huge variety of preconference events. If you only go to one martial arts training event this year, make it this one!
The ones who will get the most out of the SuperShow are martial arts school owners and their staff. However, anyone working in a martial arts school, whether they are a part-time volunteer, front desk worker, or person responsible for marketing, will benefit from attending the show.
The SuperShow is for all martial arts. Whether you run a traditional dojo or a gym that caters to pro-MMA fighters, whether you specialize in teaching one art or offer half a dozen, have 10 students or 400 – the SuperShow is for you. The only thing that is required is a passion for martial arts.
Many people come to the Martial Arts SuperShow to find out what specific strategies or tactics they can implement for their business or career. But what we often see is that they find out so much more. They find inspiration. They find community, and a renewed sense of meaning in their work.
You’re already in the business of changing lives through martial arts – let the SuperShow change yours.
These include on-the-mat physical training sessions with some of the world’s leading martial artists, business seminars covering marketing, instructor training, and special interest topics, plus morning workouts, afternoon workshops, demos, and more.
Here, you’ll see all the latest innovations and state-of-the art developments in the martial arts industry. This includes physical training equipment, digital services, software based solutions, business protection services and new programs to enhance your curriculum and build retention.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
There is no formal dress code at the Martial Arts SuperShow. Be sure to bring comfortable clothes or your uniform for physical training seminars. Seminar rooms get chilly – consider bringing a jacket or sweater. The hotels features several pools and a spa so don’t forget your bathing suit.
DO I NEED TO BRING ANYTHING SPECIFIC TO THE SHOW?
No need to bring any equipment other than comfortable clothes or your uniform as gear will be provided for physical training seminars. Basic training weapons will be provided for specific seminars. We encourage participants to bring your own training weapons. Training weapons will also be available for purchase at the Century booth. You’ll receive a tote bag at registration should you plan on doing any shopping, however if you plan to make several purchases you may consider bringing an extra gear bag. Notepads are provided, but tablets and laptops are also good options. A charging station will be set up on the tradeshow floor for charging your portable electronics.
WILL THERE BE NEW PRODUCT AT THE SHOW?
Yes! Over 70 exhibitors will be in attendance with new and exciting products to offer. You’ll want to be sure to set aside time to browse all the exhibitor booths. Century will also be featuring new products, so don’t forget to stop by the Century booth in the Exhibitor Hall.
WHAT TIME IS CHECK-IN/CHECK-OUT?
You may check-in at the front desk of the hotel whenever you arrive, however rooms won’t become available until 4:00 PM on the day of your check-in. Checkout is at 11:00 AM on the day of your departure. If your room isn’t ready upon arrival, the front desk can store your luggage until your room is ready.
WHERE DO I REGISTER AND GET MY BADGE?
The Martial Arts SuperShow registration desk is located in the Summit Ballroom of the Caesars Forum Convention Center. The registration desk is open at 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM on Monday, June 29th, and 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM all other days of the show. If you are traveling with a group, we recommend that you check in at the same time. Please have your photo ID ready.
THIS IS MY FIRST TIME AT THE SUPERSHOW. WHERE IS THE NEW ATTENDEE ORIENTATION?
The New Attendee Orientation is on Tuesday, June 30th from 8:30am - 9:00am. You can find out more information at the registration desk when you check in.
HOW WILL I KNOW WHERE EVERYTHING IS?
We have team members stationed all throughout the SuperShow to assist with any questions or concerns you may have. Tradeshow floor maps are inside the pocket guide available at the registration booth as well as in your 2020 Program Guide. When in doubt, don’t hesitate to ask questions – we are here to help!
I MISSED A SEMINAR I REALLY WANTED TO GO TO – ARE RECORDINGS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE?
Yes. Video recordings of seminars will be available for purchase after the show. You may pre-order at the Martial Arts SuperShow registration desk. Check your email for further information or give your Customer Service Representative a call at 866-626-6226.
IS THERE ANY FOOD SERVED AT THE SUPERSHOW?
Snacks and beverages are provided during the Welcome Reception on Tuesday. If you tend to snack throughout the day, you may consider bringing some small snacks to keep you focused. 2-hour lunch breaks are scheduled on each day of the SuperShow.
We highly recommend not opening the refrigerator in your room. Most are touch sensitive and your room may be billed just by touching the items in the fridge.
HOW DO I GET TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE AIRPORT AND HOTEL?
SuperShow attendees receive discounts from from LASxpress transportation. Enjoy significant discounts over taxi fees. LASxpress provides ground transportation service between McCarran International Airport (LAS) and the Bellagio Hotel exclusively for convention attendees. Book Economy Service one-way for $11 per person or Xpress Non-Stop Service one-way for $18 per person.
“WHAT DOES IT COST NOT TO GO? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. NO LOSS, NO GAIN. BUT IF YOU GO, YOU COULD TRIPLE YOUR MONTHLY GROSS (LIKE WE DID), OR MORE! MORE KNOWLEDGE = MORE $$$ = MORE CAPABILITIES TO HELP YOUR STUDENTS AND YOUR COMMUNITY, WHAT’S THAT WORTH TO YOU? NEW ATTENDEE MEETING – YOU GOTTA COME TO THIS IF YOU ARE NEW, HELP YOU DETERMINE TO PICK SEMINAR, INS AND OUTS, ETC.”
- CHRIS HAMM
OWNER OF LEGACY MARTIAL ARTS – HAMM’S MARTIAL ARTS
“ATTEND AS MANY SEMINARS AS POSSIBLE, SPLIT UP YOUR GROUP AND TAKE GOOD NOTES BUT FOR ONE SEMINAR SESSION DON’T ATTEND A SEMINAR. THE VENDORS ON THE TRADE SHOW FLOOR ARE MOBBED WITH SCHOOL OWNERS IN BETWEEN SEMINAR SESSIONS AND YOU MIGHT HAVE TO STAND IN A LINE TO ASK QUESTION OR GET PRODUCTS OR SERVICES DEMONSTRATED.”
- STAN LEE
OWNER & CHIEF INSTRUCTOR, STAN LEE’S UNITED MARTIAL ARTS
“YOU ARE GOING TO GET SOOOO MUCH INFORMATION. BEFOREHAND, SIT DOWN WITH YOUR TEAM AND LIST ALL THE THINGS YOU WANT TO GET OUT OF THE CONFERENCE. WHEN THE SCHEDULE COMES OUT, GET A HIGHLIGHTER AND PRIORITIZE. DURING THE SHOW, IF YOU FEEL PULLED IN ANOTHER DIRECTION, TRUST YOUR GUT. SEEK OUT MENTORS FOR ONE-ON-ONE CONVERSATIONS. THERE’S SOOOO MUCH KNOWLEDGE AT THIS SHOW. HAVE FUN!”
- CATHY CHAPATY
NATIONAL WOMEN’S MARTIAL ARTS FEDERATION