SEMA eNews Vol. 13, No. 25, June 24, 2010

2010 SEMA Show Exhibitors: Booth Bigger Than 400 sq. ft.? Don't Skip These Key Details

  SEMA Show Exhibitor
  Multilevel booths must provide a copy of the architect/engineering drawing with a stamp of approval from a certified structural engineer at least 60 days before the Show.

Exhibitors with 400 sq. ft. or more of exhibit space must submit a drawing (hand drawing is acceptable), rendering or digital photo clearly detailing all booth dimensions, including length, width and height.

All multilevel (double-deck) booths must provide a copy of the architect/engineering drawing with a stamp of approval from a certified structural engineer at least 60 days before the Show. Exhibits with upper decks, covered or roofed areas exceeding 300 sq. ft. in size require the installation of battery-operated smoke detectors.

Click here to compete the Exhibit Design Notification or you may send photos by e-mail and include a scanned copy of the Exhibit Design Notification to Jeff Pressman.

See Exhibit Display Rules and Regulations for more information and the complete Fire and Safety rules for multilevel, covered and enclosed exhibits.

If you need assistance, please contact Show Management at 702/450-7662, ext. 120.

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