Exhibit Guidelines & Regulations
section carefully to avoid unnecessary on-site challenges or costly modifications.
display rules must be adhered to on-site, or your display may have to go through
costly alterations before the Show opens. The display rules are not meant to
limit your ability to showcase your product, but rather to ensure each exhibitor
an equal opportunity, within reason, to present their product or service in
the most effective manner to the audience. The exhibitor’s responsibility can be summed up quite simply as “Be
A Good Neighbor.”
Your agreement to abide by these display rules is
a part of the space contract, and they will be strictly enforced by our Floor
Managers at Show time.
Items to note:
- Completion of Surfaces must be done by 10:00am on Monday, November 14.
Exhibitors building special background or side dividers must make certain
the surfaces of such dividers are finished in such a manner as not to be
unsightly to Exhibitors in adjoining booths. If such surfaces remain unfinished
at 10:00am on Monday, November 14, Exhibits Management shall authorize
the General Contractor to effect the necessary finishing and Exhibitor
must pay all charges involved.
- All demonstration equipment including operator’s position must
be located at least two feet removed from the aisle line of the exhibit
area. Exhibitor warrants and agrees that the Exhibitor is solely responsible
for assuming that its exhibit, demonstration(s) and all related materials
are accessible to persons with disabilities and complies with all applicable
provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
- Click here for floor plans of the Washington State Convention and Trade Center, including
information on ceiling heights in the exposition hall and information
on meeting rooms. Note: The ceiling height on the
upper level exhibit hall is 21'. This may effect island booths in the upper hall.
Click here to download the PDF
file of the Exhibit Guidelines and Regulations.