Frequently Asked Questions
Boston (Randolph), MA 10/18 **New for 2016**
Hartford, CT 2/2
Columbus, OH 2/8
Houston (Conroe), TX 2/15
Nashville (Lebanon), TN 3/1
San Antonio (San Marcos), TX 3/7
Los Angeles (Pasadena), CA 3/15
Boston (Marlboro), MA 3/21
Edison, NJ 3/31
Baltimore (Timonium), MD 4/4
Anaheim, CA 4/6
Dallas (Mesquite), TX 4/11
Chicago (St Charles), IL 4/20
Philadelphia (Oaks), PA 4/25
We offer traditional booth space and our table top option which is available exclusively for Arts & Enrichment and Non-profit organizations.
$1125 for a premium/corner
$975 for a standard
$1460 for (2) standard booths
$250 to $400 for a Table Top (non-profit and arts & enrichment organizations only) based on location
$2000 for a double premium booth
- One standard 8’ deep x 10’ wide space
- 8’ high backdrop
- 3’ high side drape booth divider
- One 6’ clothed and skirted table
- Two chairs
- One wastebasket
- One standard company sign
- Four exhibitor badges
Extra tables, chairs, etc
These can be purchased through the decorator by downloading the order form or brought in from your own supply.
- One banquet table, skirted w/ tablecloth
- Two chairs
- Two exhibitor badges
Plan your display ahead of time to decrease the time it takes to set-up.
Create an interesting display. Some vendors will have professionally designed booths while others will simply place their products/literature on a table. Whichever you decide, the key is to create an eye-catching display that draws the attention of the attendees. Each show allows a pre-event day set up for your convenience.
Provide product samples/branded giveaways when possible. Many vendors choose to give out product samples at these events. This can help reinforce your product, even after the attendee has left the event.
Schedule enough staff. You can expect consistent traffic throughout the day. Adequate staffing will allow you to temporarily leave your booth without losing out on potential leads.
Do some pre-show marketing. Advertise on your website and in promotional materials so attendees will know to stop by your booth. Existing customers visiting the show can also be a great resource for “selling” to new leads.
Be sure to follow up on leads in a timely fashion. Act within a week of the event, while your company is still fresh in attendees’ minds. Be sure to send out promised materials.