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National Restaurant Show & Booth Space

September 19th, 2008 by Trade Show Help --> · 3 Comments

Tags: Booth Space Selection

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  • 1 Trade Show Help // Sep 19, 2008 at 6:59 am

    There is some valuable information about your
    Trade Show Booth Selection here.

    Planning ahead for your trade shows is one way to make sure you get prime space on the trade show floor.

  • 2 Alex // Sep 19, 2008 at 9:57 am

    Find out exactly what you’re paying for. Often, an exhibit space may just be a 6′ table, pipe and drape, with a draped table and a couple of chairs.

    It should be a space that can accommodate, a freestanding booth that you buy or rent. Find out if electricity and telecommunications are included and if you need them in your exhibit. Ask how many staff members are allowed in your booth space (depending on booth size).

    If you have been to the show before, you should be able to get premium choice in location. If you are newer to the show and get a space in back, it can still be workable as entertainment or a great promo item that can be seen by other attendees wearing it or carrying it around the show floor. However make sure to have the attendees work for the item via a survey or short questionnaire.

  • 3 The Tradeshow Mentor // Sep 19, 2008 at 4:28 pm

    Hello Mrs. Manos

    What exactly do you mean by better booth space?

    Bigger? Smaller? Cheaper? More Expensive? Better Location?

    The Tradeshow Mentor
    Ensure Your Tradeshow Success

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