I have a crate with wheels on it. Can I roll it into the exhibit hall myself or do I need a forklift?
There is a roll up door with a ramp located on the loading dock adjacent to Hall B where the exhibit hall is located. The roll up door and ramp are ground level. You will unload the crate on the level ground adjacent to the ramp, and then push the crate up the ramp and into the exhibit hall. If you have your own company vehicle with a lift gate, it should be no issue for your team to unload the crate (on wheels) and push it up that ramp into the hall.
There will be dock agents at move in who will direct your truck onto the ramp for unloading. We ask that once your team unloads your crate that the vehicle be moved right away.
What is the exhibitor move in and move out schedule?
MOVE IN SCHEDULE: Monday, April 11: 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm Tuesday, April 12: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm A Welcome Reception will take place in the Exhibit Hall starting at 5:30 pm Pacific on Tuesday, so Exhibitors must be set up and ready by 5:00 pm. MOVE OUT ...
What are the official Exhibit Hall hours?
While the Exhibit Hall is open all day and exhibitors and attendees are free to come and go as they please, many attendees are in the educational sessions across from the Exhibit Hall when not at meals or breaks. (All breaks and meals are held in or ...
What is included with an exhibit space fee?
All purchased exhibit spaces include: 6′ draped table, 2 chairs, wastebasket, identification sign, 8’ high pipe and drape back wall and 3’ high pipe and drape side rail (black), free listing on the Exhibit Hall floorplan, free listing on the ...
What are the convention center's Exhibit Hall ceiling height and floor weight restrictions?
Ceiling height is 30 feet (9.1 meters) tall. The Exhibit Hall floors are rated for 350 lbs (.45 kilograms) per square foot (.093 square meter).
What are the rules for unloading and setting up displays?
If you’re bringing your display with you by car, truck, or trailer, and have a lot to unload, please see the Convention Center’s staging, loading, and unloading guidelines. Exhibitors are allowed to set up their own booth display, but are not allowed ...