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MARCH 2-4   •   TD CONVENTION CENTER

 

 

MARCH 2-4   •   TD CONVENTION CENTER

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BOOTH CONFIGURATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS

IN-LINE LINEAR BOOTH (10’ x 10’)

In-line booths are set with 8′ high back drape and 3′ high side drape and have only one side open towards an aisle with at least one neighbor on each side. In-line linear booths are 10′ wide x 10′ deep and generally arranged in a row.

IN-LINE CORNER BOOTH

In-line corner booths are set with 8′ high back drape and 3′ high side drape and are exposed to aisles on two sides with an adjacent neighbor on only one side. The same height restrictions and signage rules apply for both in-line linear and in-line corner booths.

PERIMETER BOOTH

A perimeter booth is an in-line booth that is located on the outermost aisles of the exhibit hall. Perimeter booths do not back up to another exhibit. The same height restrictions and signage rules apply to perimeter booths except that the maximum height allowed in the back half of the booth is fifteen (15) feet.

BOOTH HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS

(Applicable for In-Line Linear, In-Line Corner and Perimeter Booth Space)
Display materials may not obstruct or block sight lines of neighboring exhibits. No part of the display can exceed eight (8) feet in overall height. The maximum display height of eight (8) feet is permitted in the back half of the booth only. In the front half of the booth, no part of the display (including signs) may exceed four (4) feet in overall height.

(Note: When three or more linear booths are used in combination as a single exhibit space, the four (4) foot height limitation is applied only to that portion of exhibit space that is within ten (10) feet of an adjoining booth.)

SIGNAGE

(Applicable for In-Line Linear, In-Line Corner and Perimeter Booth Space)
Signs are considered part of your booth display. Signs may not exceed the maximum height of eight (8) feet in the back half and four (4) feet in the front half of the booth. Signs may not be hung from the ceiling.

ISLAND BOOTH

Island booths are a minimum of 20’ x 20’ and exposed to aisles on all four sides with no adjacent booths. Island booths do not receive the standard pipe and drape.

ISLAND BOOTH HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS

The entire cubic content of the space may be used to the maximum allowable height of fifteen (15) feet.

ISLAND BOOTH SIGNAGE

Signs hung from the ceiling directly over the exhibit are permitted in island booths that are 400 square feet or larger. Please note that all signage suspended from the ceiling must be hung by the Show Director at the Exhibitor’s expense.

PENINSULA BOOTH

Peninsula booths are set up with ten (10) feet of 8′ high back drape and five (5) feet of 3′ high side drape on each side along the back wall of the space. Peninsula booths are exposed to aisles on three (3) sides and back up to an adjoining neighbor. Generally, peninsula booths are 10′ x 20′.

PENINSULA HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS

When a peninsula backs up to another booth, the maximum allowable height is four (4) feet within five (5) feet of each aisle, permitting adequate line of sight for the adjoining linear booth(s). Fifteen (15) feet is the maximum height allowance for the center portion (10′) of the back wall.

PENINSULA SIGNAGE

Signs are considered part of the display and may not exceed the maximum height of fifteen (15) feet. Signs may not be hung from the ceiling.

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