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T I K E C I V SER 64TH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NORTHEASTERN SECTION AUA September 12 - 16, 2012

The Northeastern Section of the American Urological Association

Scotiabank Convention Centre and Marriott Gateway on the Falls Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada


Table of Contents IMPORTANT EXHIBITOR INFORMATION CHECKLIST OF IMPORTANT DATES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION FORM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 PROGRAM BOOK LISTING & GIVEAWAY APPROVAL FORM . . . . . . 5 PRE-REGISTRATION LIST ORDER FORM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 HOTEL INFORMATION & GUIDE TO NIAGARA FALLS. . . . . . . . . . . . 7 SOCIAL EVENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

GES INFORMATION & FORMS – Click here to place your order online with GES. CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 DECORATING SERVICES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26. MATERIAL HANDLING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 SHIPPING LABELS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 CUSTOMS FORMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

CONVENTION CENTRE FORMS ELECTRICAL ORDER FORM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE ORDER FORM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60. PARKING PASS ORDER FORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 JANITORIAL SERVICE ORDER FORM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 FOOD & BEVERAGE AUTHORIZATION REQUEST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 CONVENTION CENTER POLICIES FOR EXHIBITORS. . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 SCOTIABANK CONVENTION CENTRE WEBSITE

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Checklist of Important Dates REGISTRATION HOURS SEPTEMBER 12 - 5:00 - 7:00 P.M. SEPTEMBER 13 - 6:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. SEPTEMBER 14 - 7:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.

JULY q July 13, 2012

Program Book Listing Due

q July 31, 2012

Exhibitor Application Deadline/Full Payment Due

q July 31, 2012

Last day for booth cancellation with 75% refund

AUGUST q August 8, 2012

Pre Registration Label Order Form Becomes Available

q August 9, 2012

Product Giveaway Approval Due

q August 22, 2012

GES Forms Due (signs, furniture, carpet, etc.)

q August 22, 2012

Scotiabank Convention Centre forms Due (AV equipment, janitor service, internet, parking, etc.)

q August 24, 2012

Exhibitor Registration Deadline

q August 28, 2012

Electrical Order Form Due

q August 31, 2012

Advanced Shipments to Warehouse Deadline

SEPTEMBER q September 12, 2012 Direct to Show Shipment Arrival q September 12, 2012 Exhibitor Move-in, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. q September 13, 2012 Exhibitor Move-in, 8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. (All exhibits must be assembled by 11:30 a.m.) q September 13, 2012 Exhibit Hall Sneak Peek, 12:30 – 3:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Welcome Reception, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. q September 14, 2012 Exhibit Hall Open, 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Exhibitor Move-out, 1:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. (All exhibits must be broken down by 5:30 p.m.) q September 14, 2012 Fun Night – Table Rock Centre – Elements on the Falls Restaurant & Grand Hall – 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.

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LAST/FAMILY NAME FIRST MIDDLE INITIAL ORGANIZATION STREET / PO BOX CITY STATE COUNTRY POSTAL CODE DAYTIME PHONE FAX E-MAIL

CATEGORIES AND FEES (Fees quoted in U.S. Dollars.)

Following are three representatives who will be at the meeting (includes official in charge of booth on-site) : (Two complimentary Fun Night tickets are included with your booth. You must register below to receive tickets.)

________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ Additional exhibit representatives at $100 per representative ($100 per badge fee will apply for all changes made after August 24, 2012) ________________________________________________ Additional Exhibit Representatives Total: $ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ SOCIAL EVENTS/OPTIONAL TOURS (Fees quoted in U.S. Dollars.)

Friday, September 14, 2012

Saturday, September 15, 2012 $25

6:30 – 8 a.m. Qty: ____ Fun Run 7– 10 p.m. Fun Night at Table Rock Centre—Elements on the Falls Restaurant & Grand Hall Qty: ____ Exhibit Booth Staff (Maximum of 2)

Qty: ____ Additional Representatives

Free $100

12– 5:30 p.m. Qty: ____ Golf Tournament

$150

12:30– 4:30 p.m. Qty: ____ Volunteer Opportunity

$30

1– 5 p.m.

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Qty: ____ Tour Option—Art of the Blend

6:30 –10 p.m. President’s Reception & Banquet Qty: _______ Exhibit Booth Staff

Events/Tours Total:

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PAYMENT INFORMATION (Fees quoted in U.S. Dollars) Full payment must accompany all registration forms. Registration forms received without full payment will be returned for completion.

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PRINT CARDHOLDER’S NAME

CARDHOLDER’S SIGNATURE

Cancellation Policy: All requests for cancellations must be received in writing (NSAUA@auanet.org or fax number 410-689-3912). If a written request of cancellation is received at the NS-AUA office prior to September 5, 2012, the registration fee, less a $50 administrative fee, will be refunded after the meeting. Refund requests after September 5, 2012, will not be honored. All social events and tours will be refunded with written notification received by August 29, 2012.

FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION ONLY, CALL 1-800-908-9414 IN U.S., 410-689-3917 OUTSIDE U.S. FAX REGISTRATION TO 410-689-3912 Mail: Northeastern Section-AUA P.O. Box 791386, Baltimore, MD 21279-1386 USA

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DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: AUGUST 9, 2012

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Company Name:____________________________________________________________________________ Contact Name:______________________________________________________________________________ Telephone:_________________________________________________________________________________ Fax: _______________________________________________________________________________________ E-mail:_____________________________________________________________________________________ All promotional items must be approved by the NS-AUA office prior to the meeting. If necessary samples may be submitted to: Sarah Hardy Northeastern Section of the AUA 1000 Corporate Blvd. Linthicum, MD 21090 FX: 410-689-3879 or shardy@auanet.org Please note, samples will not be returned. Promotional Items: Approved Denied_ 1.__________________________________________ 2.__________________________________________ 3.__________________________________________

Approved Denied__

NOTE: NO BAGS OF ANY KIND ARE ALLOWED TO BE DISTRIBUTED AT THE MEETING Please e-mail or fax this form on or before August 9, 2012. Companies will be notified by fax or email of the approval or denial of submitted items.

PROGRAM BOOK LISTING Please e-mail a 50-word product/company description to shardy@auanet.org by July 13, 2012 to be included in the Final Program Book. When e-mailing the description, please include the following: 1. Company name and mailing address 2. Sales contact name, phone and e-mail address 3. Company website address 4. A 50-word description of your company/product. If your description exceeds 50 words, the NS-AUA reserves the right to edit your submission.

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The final pre-registration list is available as an exhibitor benefit on a one-time, one-use basis after August 8, 2012. Pre-registered attendee names and mailing addresses are included – no e-mail addresses.

SHIP TO EXHIBITING COMPANY

CONTACT NAME

ADDRESS CITY

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ZIP/POSTAL CODE

PHONE #

FAX #

E-MAIL

CONDITIONS OF USE P LE ASE REA D BEF ORE S IG NING O RD ER (S IG NATU RE R E QUI R E D) The membership list—both substance and format—is the property of the Northeastern Section of the AUA as to which full copyright protection is asserted. Each recipient or licensed user of these materials is therefore bound to proceed strictly in accordance with the following conditions of use: • All printed and electronic materials (including but not limited to directories, lists, labels, etc.) are licensed for a single use, solely for the authorized purpose indicated on the request for the list or data. • The licensed user agrees not to copy, resell or otherwise distribute the materials, nor to maintain them in a computerized database or file. • It is understood and agreed Northeastern Section does not warrant the accuracy, currency, nor completeness of the information contained herein, but expressly disclaims all warranties of subsequent use. • Provision of this list of names and addresses is not to be considered an endorsement of a service or product by the American Urological Association. I agree to abide by the conditions of use as outlined. I understand that the Northeastern Section mailing lists are copyrighted property of the Northeastern Section and are available for use on a one-time basis.

SIGNATURE DATE

RETURN THIS FORM TO: A sample of the mailing piece must accompany this order form for NS-AUA approval before processing. Send completed form and mailer prototype to: Attn: Sarah Hardy NS-AUA 1000 Corporate Boulevard Linthicum, MD 21090 OR Fax: 410-689-3879

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Marriott Gateway on the Falls Hotel Address:

6755 Fallsview Boulevard, Niagara Falls, Ontario

Hotel Phone:

905-374-1077

Hotel Fax:

905-374-6224 http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/iagmc-niagara-

Hotel Website:

falls-marriott-gateway-on-the-falls/ Closest Airports: Niagara Falls, New York – IAG, 9 miles

Buffalo/Niagara International Airport – BUF, 27 miles Hamilton International Airport – YHM, 54 miles Toronto Pearson International Airport – YYZ, 78 miles

The Marriott Gateway on the Falls is located only 200 yards from the brink of Niagara Falls, offering completely unobstructed views. Location: Room Rate:

$155 CAD Single/Double per night – City View Room

Reservation Cut-off Date: August 13, 2012 Important Note: Rooms are available on a first-come first-served basis. The Northeastern Section of the AUA (NS-AUA) is hold-

ing a block of rooms at the above listed hotel. It is advised that you book reservations at your earliest possible convenience. The room block may sell out prior to the cut-off date for reservations. Should this occur, the NS-AUA is unable to guarantee additional reservations at this rate or at this hotel. Check-in:

3:00 p.m. Check-out: Noon

Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Diner’s Club Parking: The hotel provides both on-site self parking and valet parking. The fee is $20 CAD daily for self parking and $25 CAD

daily for valet parking. Prices are subject to change.

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GUESTROOM COMMON AMENITIES: • Alarm clock

• Coffee maker/tea service

• Luxurious bedding – down comforters, custom duvets, cotton-rich linens

• Mini-fridge

• Hair dryer

• 100% non-smoking

• Individual climate control

• Iron with ironing board Business Centre: The Marriott has a business centre in the lobby that is open 24-hours. Fitness Centre: A fitness centre and in-door pool are available and complimentary to all in-house guests. Both are located on

the lobby level. The fitness centre is newly renovated with cardio machines and free weights. Guest access is available 24-hours with a room key. The pool hours are 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. Room Service: Available 6:00 a.m. – Midnight Hotel Restaurants: Fallsview Milestones Grill & Bar – A globally inspired menu, with an amazing fallsview, located on the mezzanine level. Open

daily, 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. The Great Room – The perfect spot to connect and grab a bite during the day, and mingle and celebrate at night. Open daily,

7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. Starbucks

Sunday-Thursday, 6:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 6:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. Pets: The Marriott does not allow pets. Internet Fee: Guestroom internet is available for $12.95 per 24 hours for wired and wireless connections. Dry Cleaning Service: For same day service, guests must send dry cleaning in by 9:00 a.m. It will be returned by 5:00 p.m. that

day, Monday-Friday excluding holidays.

MEETING LOCATIONS SCOTIABANK CONVENTION CENTRE

MARRIOTT GATEWAY ON THE FALLS

6815 Stanley Avenue

6755 Fallsview Boulevard

Niagara Falls, Ontario

Niagara Falls, Ontario

Phone: 905-357-6222

Phone: 905-374-1077

Fax: 905-357-6212

Fax: 905-374-6224

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Quick Guide to Niagara Falls Tourist Information: http://www.niagarafallstourism.com/

Fishing – Niagara contains an extensive system of rivers and lakes for great sport fishing. Niagara offers guided fishing charter tours on Lake Ontario, the Niagara River, and Lake Erie.

Once you’ve had a chance to see the Falls from the sidelines, getting up close is a must!

WEATHER

HIGHLIGHTS

Falls Experiences – The Maid of the Mist takes visitors on a

boat ride tour at the foot of the Falls for a view of the 13-story falls from below. A completely different sensation, Journey Behind the Falls sounds like thunder as you descend to tunnels that travel to Observation Decks literally behind the Falls. Get some fresh air at the boardwalk on the edge of the Niagara whitewaters – the White Water Walk – which includes a photo gallery of stunts and daredevils from Niagara history. Don’t

forget to sign up for the NS-AUA Fun Night and Friday’s spouse tour where you can enjoy these attractions! Old Fort Erie – Step back into a time of red coats, black pow-

der, and gray fortress walls. Over 200 years of living history resides within at Old Fort Erie, the site of ancient flint quarries, the first fort built in Ontario by the British, Canada’s bloodiest field of battle, and the major crossing point into Canada of the Underground Railroad. Niagara Falls History Museum – Housing a vast collection

of Niagara Falls history, the museum is located within steps of the Drummond Hill Cemetery, which is the focal point for the Battle of Lundy’s Lane which was the “bloodiest battle of the War of 1812”. Wineries – Whether you are an avid wine lover or just enjoy

a beautiful country escape with a bit of food and drink, a Niagara wine tour beckons. Remarkably, the entire Niagara wine region - the peninsula along the shores of Lake Ontario – is home to over 50 wineries. Join us on Saturday for the

NS-AUA tour at Hillebrand Winery for the “Art of the Blend Experience” where you will have the opportunity to work together to create your own blend of wine! Rossi Glass – Come and be fascinated as you watch the

talented artisans create beautiful works of art right before your eyes. Rossi Glass is the only manufacturer of Cranberry Collectible Glass in North America. You will find many unique pieces of Collectible Cranberry Glass, as well as many new creative art glass pieces. Botanical Gardens – Established in 1936, you’ll enjoy 99 acres

of beautifully maintained gardens. Footpaths wind past the Butterfly Conservatory and butterfly garden, ponds, and an arboretum featuring one of Canada’s finest collections of ornamental trees and shrubs.

The average high temperature in Niagara Falls in September is 72° F. The average low temperature is 51° F. Also, keep in mind that even on the sunniest days, visitors close to the falls can get quite wet from the mist if the wind is blowing your way.

AIRPORTS/TRANSPORTATION: BUFFALO/NIAGARA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BUF) http://www.buffaloairport.com/

Averaging approximately 110 daily flights with nonstop service to 23 airports, BUF Airport is the closest major airport to the NS-AUA Annual Meeting. We recommend this airport to all travelers from the U.S. It is located approximately 27 miles from the Marriott. Taxis: Airport Taxi has been the only official taxi operator at

the BUF Airport for over 40 years and is the largest taxicab operation in the region offering service 24 hours/day. Their taxi stand is located directly outside the Baggage Claim Area from the lower level. Approximate fare for one passenger to the Marriott is $55 one way and $85 one way for two passengers. Note that fares are subject to change. If you need a return trip to the airport or anywhere in the area, they can be reached at 716-633-8294 or 1-800-551-9369. Airport Shuttle: Buffalo Airport Shuttle service is available

from the airport to the hotel for approximately $55 (one passenger, one way) or $78 (2-4 passengers, one way). Note that fares are subject to change. For arrivals and departures, please call no later than 24 hours in advance. Call 716-6852550 for more details or to make reservations. For more information, please visit http://www.buffaloairportshuttle.com/ index.html. Please be sure to bring proper identification with you if you are traveling from the United States to Canada. Knowing what documents are required and having them ready when you return home will help ensure your return is as smooth as possible. Starting June 2009, U.S. citizens returning home from Canada are required to present one of the following travel documents: U.S. Passport, U.S. Passport Card (limiteduse travel document that fits in your wallet and costs less than a Passport, but is only valid for travel by land and sea), Enhanced Driver’s License (EDL), or Trusted Traveler Program Card. Enhanced Driver’s Licenses are available in select U.S. states, including New York, Vermont, and Michigan, and Cana-

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dian provinces. The licenses denote both identity and citizenship, and are specifically designed for cross-border travel into the U.S by land or sea. For more information on this Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI), please visit http://www. getyouhome.gov/html/lang_eng/eng_edl.html. We encourage you to check current travel requirements closer to your departure date with the Canada Border Services Agency at http:// www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/security-securite/admiss-eng.html. TORONTO PEARSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (YYZ) http://www.torontopearson.com/index.aspx

Toronto Pearson is Canada’s largest and busiest airport. This architecturally stunning, completely functional and incredibly friendly airport is the hub for 400,000 flights a year and nearly 32 million guests annually. YYZ Airport is located approximately 78 miles from the Marriott. Taxis: Approximate fare to the Marriott is $186 one way.

Taxis and limos are available at the Arrivals Level of each terminal. Airport Shuttle: A number of companies offer bus and

shuttle service to and from Toronto Pearson. Information counters are located on the Ground Level of Terminal 1 and on the Arrivals Level of Terminal 3. More information is available at http://www.torontopearson.com/en/toandfrom/outoftown/.

RENTAL CARS: Hertz is pleased to offer special discounted car rental rates for the AUA 2012 NSAUA. Click here, or call 1-800-654-2240 and mention the 2012

AUA discount code CV# 04SG0001.

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Social Program

Spouse Tour Options SHAW FESTIVAL Thursday, September 13, 2012, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. $135 – includes your premium seat at the Festival Theatre, transportation, driver gratuities, and all applicable taxes.

Join this tour and travel to the quaint town of Niagara-on-the-Lake to enjoy the wit and repartee of Noël Coward in his bold play, Present Laughter.

Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Reception Thursday, September 13, 2012, Time: 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Free

Step back 200 years for the anniversary of the War of 1812 as costumed soldiers welcome you to the official opening of the Exhibit Hall! Please be sure to visit the exhibitors on the floor to thank them for supporting the NS-AUA Annual Meeting. We couldn’t do it without their support!

TOURS The following tours have been reserved for guests on Thursday, September 13; Friday, September 14; and Saturday, September 15, 2012. Each tour group will meet in the lobby of the Marriott Gateway on the Falls Hotel prior to departure. Guests are encouraged to pre-register for tours when they pre-register for the conference, as tours will fill quickly. On-site tour registration will take place on Wednesday, September 12 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. and on Thursday, September 13 between 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Payments can be made on-site at Registration for any tours that have not been pre-registered or pre-paid. Please note that if minimum numbers are not met, tours will be cancelled. For this reason, we recommend that you pre-register for tours that you plan to attend.

Noël Coward was one of the world’s first celebrities and this play is both a celebration and a comic expose of what it’s really like to be a famous and beloved man. He wrote this play in 1939 as an affectionate send-up of himself (with surprisingly honest insights) and played it on tour in 1942 and subsequently in London and America. The central role of the beloved Garry Essendine has since attracted numerous leading men in a series of suave dressing gowns including Clifton Webb, George C. Scott, Frank Langella and most recently Victor Garber. This play is full of the classic Coward wit and charm as it whisks us back to a more innocent past, when being a famous actor could still be negotiated with grace and style and even the stalkers of the stars were well-bred, well-spoken and well-dressed. About Present Laughter: Dressing gowns, love affairs and witty repartee – glittering stage star Garry Essendine’s life is full of them all. He’s also got more visitors – and more admirers – than he knows what to do with. How can he stop a smith ingénue, an intense young playwright and a married seductress, from declaring their admiration? And as his not-quite-ex wife reminds him, he’s getting a bit old for all of these romantic games. Can he escape from his fans in time? And does he want to?

NIAGARA HIGHLIGHTS TOUR Friday, September 14, 2012, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. $85 – includes entrance admissions, tour guide, transportation, guide and driver gratuities and all applicable taxes. Attire: Casual clothes, comfortable walking shoes, light jacket

Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink! The Niagara highlights tour features that which makes Niagara Falls famous. It’s an exploration of the natural beauty and wildness and the insatiable desire by so many to conquer Mother Nature – some won, some lost – but they all left a legacy of great stories. A seasoned local tour professional will

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oversee your tour – combining charm, humor and knowledge. Tour highlights include the Maid of the Mist, the White Water Walk and the Niagara Gorge. Water rushes all around as you “soak” in the excitement and explore the roar of the Falls. A historical ride aboard the world-famous Maid of the Mist is a half hour thrill of a lifetime! North America’s oldest tourist attraction, millions of visitors have enjoyed the boat tours since 1846. A recyclable souvenir raincoat is provided to help keep you dry from the mist and spray. On the White Water Walk, at the edge of one of the world’s wildest stretches of whitewater, take a walk like no other. Marvel at the relentless power and beauty of nature and see how the deep and narrow Great Gorge was created. Trillions of gallons of water are forced into this accelerating trough – the sight will take your breath away!

5K Fun Run/Walk NS-AUA

5K

Run / Walk Friday, September 14, 2012 6:30 – 8 a.m.

Friday, September 14, 2012, 6:30 – 8:00 a.m. $25 - includes t-shirt, race director, water, sports drinks and snacks.

Niagara Falls

For runners and walkers, come and run or walk! If you prefer, be a sleepwalker – stay in bed and contribute to the Section’s Foundation in support of educational and research grants for residents. Join your colleagues for an early morning Fun Run around Niagara Falls. The route will include running along the Niagara Parkway, what Winston Churchill once described as “the prettiest Sunday afternoon drive in the world” and then passing the Falls.

Please note that time will be provided for a lunch break. The cost of lunch is not included in the tour, but your guide will direct you to an area with several restaurant choices.

You can pre-register for this event when you pre-register for the conference or you can register on-site. Prizes will be given to the top 3 male and female participants. Race begins at 7 a.m.

Tour Option

Golf Tournament

ART OF THE BLEND Saturday, September 15, 2012, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. $130 – includes three hour wine session, transportation, driver gratuities, and all applicable taxes.

Hillebrand has been crafting fine VQA wines from premium grapes grown in the four appellations of Niagara-on-the-Lake for more than 30 years. Nestled between the Niagara escarpment and Lake Ontario, they have made their home in a wine growing region that provides the diversity to grow a number of varietals in unique growing conditions. A visit to Hillebrand is an unrushed sensory experience, a time out that lets you taste, feel and discover. The Art of the Blend Experience has been rated the #1 group activity in Niagara. It is a unique team-building experience that allows you to participate in an interactive, hands-on blending experiment. A wine consultant will lead the experience and provide participants with insight on the characteristics of the grape varieties which are assembled to create Trius Red. You will participant in blending teams and be asked to create your own unique blend. Teams will name and bottle their own blends and you will each take home a bottle with a customized label as a memory of the experience. The final blends will be judged by a wine consultant and the winning team will receive special recognition.

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THUNDERING WATERS GOLF CLUB Saturday, September 15, 2012, Noon – 5:30 p.m. $150 - includes 18 holes of golf with personalized shared electric golf cart with GPS system, access to the warm-up area with range balls, bag valet and club cleaning service, welcome package, full use of locker room facilities, transportation to/from Thundering Waters, driver gratuities, non-alcoholic beverages, and snacks.

Thundering Waters is John Daly’s first “Signature” golf course in Canada. The golf course features the high risk-reward style of John Daly to enhance the excitement for players of all skill levels. Thundering Waters combines the parkland tranquility of Augusta National and the wind swept dunes of heathlands British Open Championship golf. Sweeping fairways, undulating greens, sculpted bunkers and meandering creeks, all nestled between towering trees and mighty dunes combine to create a true masterpiece. Transportation will depart the hotel immediately following Saturday’s Plenary session. Tee times will begin promptly at 12:30 p.m. to allow enough time for 18 holes of golf. Players are invited to bring their own clubs or to rent from Thundering Waters. Club rentals are available for $40 per set, plus taxes. Club rentals are not included in the cost and are your responsibility, and arrangements must be made no later than September 5, 2012. Soft spike golf shoes are recommended, but you can also play with non-spiked athletic/running shoes. Note: For those players bringing their own golf clubs, your clubs will be transported to the golf course on Saturday, September 15. As such, all golf clubs must be tagged with your name when they are dropped off. Please drop off your clubs by 8 a.m. on Saturday morning.


Fun Night at Table Rock Centre ELEMENTS ON THE FALLS RESTAURANT & GRAND HALL Friday, September 14, 2012, 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. If you have registered for the NS-AUA’s 2012 Annual Meeting, you will receive one complimentary ticket for Fun Night; additional tickets can be purchased for $100 for adults; children ages 4-12 are $50; children 3 years and under are free. (Please be sure to list the total number of tickets you will need, including yourself, on the registration form.)

Table Rock Welcome Centre is the heart of Niagara Parks – where every year over 8 million visitors stand close to the thundering water rushing over the brink of the Horseshoe Falls! Hundreds of years ago, the land on which the pedestrian walkway at the brink of the falls and Table Rock now stands, formed part of the Falls and was covered with fast flowing water.

Fun Night at Table Rock Centre

Elements on the Falls

Restaurant & Grand Hall Friday, September 14, 2012 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.

Today, take a journey deep below and behind the heart of Niagara and stand in the mist where the mighty Horseshoe Falls tumbles from 13 stories above! The sound is like thunder, the sight awe-inspiring. At Journey Behind the Falls, you will experience the awesome spectacle of one-fifth of the world’s fresh water crashing down to the basis below. Don’t miss Niagara’s newest attraction – Niagara’s Fury. The temperature will drop. Water will bubble and spray while snow falls all around. Standing on a massive platform you will feel the wrath of Mother Nature as the floor tilts and trembles beneath you. This is Niagara’s Fury! Niagara Parks has recreated the amazing sights and sounds of the creation of Niagara Falls. Incredible images developed with technology used previously only in satellites and medicine will immerse you in a 4D attraction.

Enjoy dinner with local wines, feel the thunder at Journey Behind the Falls, and experience Niagara’s Fury, a 4D attraction recreating the creation of Niagara Falls. Free with Annual Meeting Registration Guests: $100 for adults; children ages 4-12 are $50; children 3 years and under are free. See page X for details.

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Volunteer Opportunity RED ROOF RETREAT Saturday, September 15, 2012, 12:30 – 4:30 p.m. $30 - includes transportation and driver gratuities

Since 2001 Red Roof Retreat, a Niagara Region Charity, has provided quality recreational, educational and respite services to children, youth and young adults with special needs and their families. They create opportunities for relationships to develop and for skills to grow. Red Roof Retreat provides respite, recreation and education for children and young adults with a variety of special needs, including:

• Summer day camp for ages 5 to 21 • Respite services each weekend • Day programs for young adults • Continuing education for care givers and professionals • Educational school trips for all ages • Horseback riding, teen nights, and Saturday Day Program

Red Roof Retreat has been a leader in meeting the growing requirements of special needs families in the greater Niagara area. There are currently over 3,500 families in the Niagara Region with special needs. It costs over $3,000 per weekend to provide respite care to 5 special needs children/young adults. This assistance is costly in a region where the median household income is $53,057, according to the last Census data, and 11% of Niagara families are living in low-income households. Red Roof charges families just $130 per weekend, making it more affordable, but increasing the demand for help to continue these programs.

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Red Roof Retreat is a rural-based retreat and our group will likely be working outdoors. Our exact activity will be determined at a later date, but previous groups have built a barbeque area, worked in the yard, built fencing, and done brickwork. In New Orleans at last year’s Annual Meeting a group of volunteers generously donated their time to help the St. Bernard Project re-build homes of Hurricane Katrina survivors. Past President Dr. James W.L. Wilson and Mrs. Jean Wilson commented that “The opportunity to help at the St. Bernard Project was a unique experience for us at a scientific meeting. It allowed us to participate in something entirely different, to see a part of the community from a perspective not normally accessible to tourists and quite different from media reports, and perhaps even to be of assistance. Oh yes, we had a lot of fun too.” Board of Directors Representative Dr. Timothy D. Averch and Mrs. Joanne Averch rearranged their family’s schedule when they heard of the project in New Orleans, and their son, Jake Averch, missed a school dance, music rehearsal, two hockey games, and a friends’ Bar Mitzvah just to participate as a family! Mrs. Averch recognizes that “…taking the time as a family to enhance the life of someone in need is a humbling experience. There was a moment between prepping wall sockets and clearing debris from the yard, when Jake turned to me and said ‘I am glad we came’…as a parent that is an Aha moment!”


President’s Reception and Banquet Saturday, September 15, 2012 Marriott Gateway on the Falls Semi-formal attire 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (Reception at 6:30 p.m.; Banquet, Program and Awards at 7:00 p.m.) If you have registered for the NS-AUA’s 2012 Annual Meeting, you will receive one complimentary ticket (Residents receive two tickets). Additional tickets are $75 and can be purchased at the Registration Desk.

Join us for a reception and dinner with keynote speaker, Clark Bernat. Born in St. Catharines, Clark Bernat developed a great appreciation for Museums due to his many visits to cultural institutions with his grandfather and parents. Clark has a History degree from Brock University. While working one summer at the St. Catharines Museum, he developed an appreciation for the challenges facing museums in Ontario. He continued his studies at the University of Leicester, completing a Master’s Degree in Museum Studies which included a placement at Belgrave Hall in Leicester, his dissertation entitled “Upon Further Review: Black History in Community Museums after Into the Heart of Africa”, development of the Leicester Museum Services’ children’s component of their website and participation in a Museums Association

initiative to improve Cultural Diversity in Museums. Clark has worked at Battlefield House Museum, Backus Heritage Village, the Niagara Historical Society & Museum and Chaired Doors Open Niagara and the Museums of Niagara Association. He has authored, The Friendly Invasion, co-authored Niagara-on-the-Lake and was the editor of 100 Years-100 Artefacts. He has been with the Niagara Falls Museums since September 2010, where he has overseen operations of the City’s three museums. In July 2012, the Niagara Falls History Museum will open to the public after 2 years and a $12 million expansion that was designed by Moriyama and Teshima. The expansion includes the R.D. Gale Family War of 1812 Gallery, the Community Gallery and the OPG Temporary Gallery. Clark lives in St. Catharines with his wife and two children.

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President’s Reception � Banquet

Saturday, September 15, 2012 Join us for a reception Marriott Gateway on the Falls and dinner with keynote speaker, Clark Bernat. 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Reception at 6:30 p.m. Banquet, Program and Awards at 7:00 p.m.

Attire: Semi-formal Cost: If you have registered for the NS-AUA’s 2012 Annual Meeting, you will receive one complimentary ticket (Residents receive two tickets). Additional tickets are $75 and can be purchased at the Registration Desk. See page 16 for details.

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AUA Northeastern SecƟon MeeƟng September 12 - 16, 2012 ScoƟabank ConvenƟon Centre Niagara Falls, Ontario GES is pleased to have been selected the official service contractor by the Show Organizer to design and produce your show . Our goal is to ensure your show par cipa on is a success.

To take advantage of our DISCOUNT PRICING, all order forms and full payment must be received on or before the Discount Date of August 22, 2012 as indicated on each form. GES accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Cheques and Cash as methods of payment for our services. All exhibitors are responsible for payment of H.S.T. when exhibi ng in Ontario. If you need assistance or addi onal informa on, please contact our Exhibitor Services Department at (905) 283-0524 or by email at jlewis@ges.com

IMPORTANT DATES EXHIBITOR MOVE-IN HOURS Wednesday September 12th, 2012 2 pm - 6 pm Thursday September 13th, 2012 8 am - 11 am EXHIBIT HOURS Thursday September 13th, 2012 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm & 6 pm - 7 pm Friday September 14th, 2012 9:30 am - 1:30 pm EXHIBITOR MOVE-OUT Friday September 14th, 2012 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

*All exhibitor materials must be removed by 5:30 pm

LABELLING YOUR PACKAGES FOR SHIPPING: A) ADVANCE SHIPMENTS TO WAREHOUSE DEADLINE DATE: Friday August 31, 2012 NAME OF EXHIBITING COMPANY – BOOTH NUMBER C/O GES / AUA Northeastern SecƟon MeeƟng 6130 Netherhart Road Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, L5T 1B7

B) DIRECT SHIPMENTS TO SHOW SITE: Wednesday September 12, 2012 NAME OF EXHIBITING COMPANY – BOOTH NUMBER C/O GES / AUA Northeastern SecƟon MeeƟng ScoƟabank ConvenƟon Centre 6815 Stanley Ave. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, L2G 3Y9 17


Directions to the Scotiabank Convention Centre From Toronto:   

From Rainbow Bridge:

Follow the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) to Niagara Falls, Canada. Take Hwy 420 (Exit 30) and follow to Stanley Ave. Turn right onto Stanley Ave. and follow directly to the SCCN.

Follow the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) to Niagara Falls, Canada. Take McLeod Rd. exit (Exit 27), turn right & follow to Stanley Ave. Turn left onto Stanley Ave. and follow directly to the SCCN.

   

Follow Hwy 405 to Niagara Falls, Canada. Take the Stanley Ave. exit, turn right & follow to Thorold Stone Rd. Turn left onto Thorold Stone Rd, which turns into Stanley Ave. Follow Stanley Avenue directly to the SCCN.

Loading Docks

Follow Roberts St. (Hwy 420) to Stanley Ave. Turn left onto Stanley Ave. and follow directly to the SCCN.

From the Queenston/Lewiston Bridge:

From the Peace Bridge: 

Loading docks are located on the west side of the building with access from Dunn Street, with an entrance ½ km off Stanley Avenue on the left. Parking in the loading dock is strictly prohibited. Only vehicles unloading and loading equipment are permitted and must make arrangement by scheduling loading dock time through their Event Manager before doing so. Vehicles violating these regulations will be towed at the owner’s expense. Longer trailers can be accommodated at bays 1-4. The largest bay has a door frame of 3.81 meters wide and 4.33 meters high with ramp with drive access onto our exhibit floor. Please note for all event load in/out three dock marshals are required. Please see your Event Manager for pricing.

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gesexpo.ca | Toronto 877.437.4247 ©2012 Global Experience Specialists, Inc. (GES)

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• Each show has their own custom website. • Runs on all browsers for PCs, Macs and tablets. • Everything in one place; all organizer and show •

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CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

SHOW:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

IMPORTANT - READ CAREFULLY

BOOTH #: COMPANY

- You or your company are forwarding payment to GES in the form of a cheque.

STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

CODE

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX

CONTACT NAME

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING

CARD #

CARDHOLDER’S NAME (PRINT): CARDHOLDER’S SIGNATURE: Cardholder’s Billing Address: City:

Prov/State: Tel:

Code/Zip: Fax:

This authorization allows GES to charge any fees outstanding after show closing to this credit card (including funds owed due to a cheque returned NSF)

CHEQUES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT THIS CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION IF THIS AUTHORIZATION IS NOT COMPLETED, ALL ON-SITE ORDERS ARE EXPECTED TO BE PAID IN FULL BEFORE DELIVERY 21


ORDER FORM ORDER FORM CHECKLIST 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

TO: FAX: DATE: FROM: SHOW NAME: COMPANY: BOOTH #:

ü

GES (905) 283-0501

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting

To help us ensure we have received your entire order, please check off those forms you are sending us:

Third Party Billing Credit Card Authorization Furnishings Carpet & Underpadding Specialty Furnishings GEM Exhibits Exhibit Accessories Signs Plants Installation & Dismantle Labour Services Material Handling GES Logistics / Shipping Please call to confirm receipt of your order. To receive Discount Pricing send your order in by the Discount Price Deadline Date - August 22, 2012

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THIRD PARTY BILLING FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

SHOW:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting You may arrange for an exhibit house or other agent to handle your display & be charged for services. GES will agree to this arrangement if the exhibit house or agent makes satisfactory payment arrangements with us. Both firms must complete this form and return to GES by the Discount Price Deadline Date. It is understood and agreed that the exhibitor is ultimately responsible for payment of charges. If your named third party has not paid the invoice before the last day of the show, any outstanding balance will be charged to the exhibitor’s credit card.

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION BOOTH #: COMPANY STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

CODE

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX

CONTACT NAME

Exhibiting Company Name of Exhibiting Company

Phone #

Address

City

Fax #

Prov/State

Authorized Name (print)

Code/Zip

Authorized Signature CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

MASTERCARD

VISA

CORPORATE

AMERICAN EXPRESS

EXPIRY DATE:

PERSONAL

CARD # Cardholder’s Signature

Cardholder’s Name (print)

Third Party / Exhibit House Name of Third Party/Exhibit House Address

Phone # City

Fax #

Prov/State

Authorized Name (print)

Code/Zip

Authorized Signature CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

MASTERCARD

VISA

CORPORATE

AMERICAN EXPRESS

EXPIRY DATE:

PERSONAL

CARD #

Cardholder’s Name (print)

Cardholder’s Signature

ALL GES SERVICES ARE TO BE CHARGED TO THE THIRD PARTY EXCEPT FOR THE FOLLOWING:

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PAYMENT POLICY INFORMATION SHEET 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

DISCOUNT PRICING: To qualify for Discount Pricing, orders must be received with payment in full on or before the deadline date. After the Deadline Date, orders will be charged the Regular Prices. Orders without payment cannot be processed until payment is received and could be charged the Regular Price. METHOD OF PAYMENT: GES accepts American Express, MasterCard, Visa, Debit Card, Cheques, Bank Wire and Electronic Funds Transfers (EFT). Exhibitors will be charged a $25.00 fee for returned NSF cheques. BANK WIRE AND ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER INFORMATION: To properly credit your account, please complete the BANK WIRE / EF TRANSFER FORM included with the GES order forms. NOTE: There is a minimum $40.00 Service Charge (North America) $80.00 (International) applicable on all Wire and EFTs. Any additional Wire Transfer and EFT fees are the exhibitors responsibility and may vary depending on the processing bank.

Please ensure the transfer is made a minimum of 10 days prior to the show.

PAYMENT SCHEDULE: Payment for all services must be pre-paid in full. GES will not provide Material Handling, In-Booth Forklifts, or Installation and Dismantle Labour Services without your company’s CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION FORM on file. THIRD PARTY BILLING: You may arrange for an exhibit house or Third Party to manage your exhibit and order services on your behalf. GES will agree to this arrangement if the exhibit house or agent makes satisfactory payment arrangements with us. In the event the authorized Third Party does not pay, each exhibiting company is ultimately responsible for all charges incurred on its behalf. See THIRD PARTY BILLING REQUEST FORM. ADJUSTMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS: Adjustments to your invoice will not be made after the close of the show. Some items, services and labour are subject to cancellation fees. Refer to each order form for details.

ALL EXHIBITORS MUST PAY 13% HST ON ALL ORDERS.

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ELECTRONIC FUNDS/ WIRE TRANSFER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

Please complete and return this form to: Magda Roithmeier, Accounts Receivable GES Exposition Services (Canada) Limited Email: ar@ges.com Fax: 905-283-0501

Your Company Name: Contact Name: Contact Number:

Booth Number:

Event Name:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting

GES BANK INFORMATION

PLEASE INCLUDE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION TO ENSURE YOUR FUNDS REACH OUR BANK Account Name: Bank Name: Address:

GES Exposition Services (Canada) Limited Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce 939 Lawrence Avenue E. North York, Ontario Canada M2C 1P9

*IF YOU ARE SENDING CANADIAN DOLLARS

Account #: 73-07616

*IF YOU ARE SENDING AMERICAN DOLLARS

Account #: 0267015

Swift Code:

CIBCCATT

Beneficiary's Bank //CC001000132

Routing / BIC / NCC / BSC or ABA Number: 026009593

Date of Transfer:

Invoice Amount: *Minimum Bank Charge:

$40.00 (North American) $80.00 (International)

Total:

Please Note: Ensure transfer is made a minimum of 10 days prior to the show move in date. *Minimum Bank Charges as shown above, reflect GES’s bank charges only. Any additional Wire Transfer and EFT fees are the exhibitors responsibility.

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furnishings

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furnishings

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FURNISHINGS ORDER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

SHOW:

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting

August 22, 2012

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

MASTERCARD

BOOTH #:

VISA

AMEX

COMPANY EXPIRY DATE

STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

/

CODE CARDHOLDER NAME

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE

CONTACT NAME

CHEQUE ATTACHED (PAYABLE TO GES CANADA)

ALL ORDERS MUST BE PREPAID IN FULL (ORDERS CANNOT BE PROCESSED UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED)

FURNISHINGS QTY

DESCRIPTION

DISCOUNT PRICE

DRAPED DISPLAY TABLES 30” HIGH REGULAR PRICE

Grey Fabric Side Chair

$73.00

$109.50

Grey Fabric Counter Stool

$125.00

$187.50

Grey Fabric Arm Chair

$105.00

$157.50

Grey Lounge Chair

$146.00

$219.00

Steno Chair

$125.00

$187.50

30” Round 30” High Pedestal Table

$145.00

$217.50

BLACK

BLUE

BURGUNDY

$125.00

$187.50

Coat Tree

$66.00

$99.00

22” x 28” Chrome Sign Holder (Sign Extra)

$75.00

$112.50

Easel

$75.00

$112.50

Gold Ballot Drum

$125.00

$187.50

Plexi Pocket (wall mountable only)

$35.00

$52.50

White Counter Storage Unit 41” H

$225.00

$337.50

$75.00

$112.50

GREEN

RED

SILVER

DISCOUNT PRICE

REGULAR PRICE

4 Ft. Long x 2 Ft. Wide

$140.00

$210.00

6 Ft. Long x 2 Ft. Wide

$169.00

$254.00

8 Ft. Long x 2 Ft. Wide

$198.00

$297.00

QTY

DESCRIPTION

Drape Fourth Side

WHITE TOTAL

Add $43.50 ea.

RAISED DRAPED DISPLAY TABLES 42” HIGH BLACK

30” Round 18” High Coffee Table

Bag Holder 41”H

TOTAL

QTY

BLUE

SILVER

WHITE

DISCOUNT PRICE

REGULAR PRICE

4 Ft. Long x 2 Ft. Wide

$160.00

$240.00

6 Ft. Long x 2 Ft. Wide

$198.00

$297.00

DESCRIPTION

Drape Fourth Side

TOTAL

Add $43.50 ea.

UNDRAPED TABLES 4 Ft.

6 Ft.

8 Ft.

Raised

4 Ft.

6 Ft.

$62.50

$93.75

Add $43.75 ea.

CUSTOM BOOTH DRAPING BLACK

BLUE

RED

1 Pair of Stanchions

$95.00

$142.50

3 Ft. High (Per Linear Ft.)

Plastic Wastebasket

$20.00

$30.00

8 Ft. High (Per Linear Ft.)

SILVER

WHITE

$18.50

$27.75

$25.00

$37.50

Terms & Conditions • All orders received after the Discount Price Date will be processed at the Regular Price. • Exhibitor is responsible for all items for the duration of the show. • If a colour is not chosen, GES will choose a colour for you. • Charges are for rental of equipment only. All items remain the property of GES. • GES is not responsible for exhibit materials left in GEM rental exhibits or counter storage units. • All claims or discrepancies must be settled at the GES Service Centre prior to show closing. • No refunds/exchanges on cancelled draped tables or custom booth draping once delivered. 50% refund on furnishings cancelled prior to show opening.

SUBTOTAL 13% HST TOTAL HST #R104060264

I have read and understand the Terms & Conditions of my Agreement with GES. Signature

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CARPET ORDER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

SHOW:

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting

August 22, 2012

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

MASTERCARD

BOOTH #:

VISA

AMEX

COMPANY EXPIRY DATE

STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

/

CODE CARDHOLDER NAME

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE

CONTACT NAME

CHEQUE ATTACHED (PAYABLE TO GES CANADA)

ALL ORDERS MUST BE PREPAID IN FULL (ORDERS CAN NOT BE PROCESSED UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED)

BOOTH CARPET - STANDARD SIZE

Note: Exhibitors ordering multiple pieces of carpet in this section may not receive the same dyelot.

QTY.

DESCRIPTION

DISCOUNT PRICE

REGULAR PRICE

10 Ft. X 10 Ft.

Single Booth

$222.50

$333.75

10 Ft. X 20 Ft.

Double Booth

$380.00

$570.00

COLOUR SELECTION:

oBLACK

oBLUE

oGREY

TOTAL

oRED

BOOTH CARPET - CUSTOM SIZE (INCLUDING PLASTIC) If your booth requires a size not listed above, please complete this section. BOOTH SIZE:

Ft. x

Ft.=

COLOUR SELECTION:

Sq. Ft.

oBLACK

$2.75/Sq. Ft.

oBLUE

$4.10/Sq. Ft.

oGREY

oRED

UNDERPADDING PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT INSTALLED (100 SQ. FT. MIN.) BOOTH SIZE:

Ft. x

Ft.=

Sq. Ft.

$1.40/Sq. Ft.

$2.40/Sq. Ft.

PROTECTIVE PLASTIC COVERING PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT INSTALLED (STANDARD SIZES ONLY) BOOTH SIZE:

Ft. x

Ft.=

Sq. Ft.

$0.65/Sq. Ft.

$0.98/Sq. Ft.

PLEASE SELECT ONE FOR CUSTOM CARPET SIZES ONLY IF ORDERING ELECTRICAL OR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES, WILL UNDER CARPET WIRING BE REQUIRED?

o YES

o NO

Terms & Conditions

SUBTOTAL 13% HST TOTAL

All orders received after the Discount Price Date will be processed at the Regular Price. Exhibitor is responsible for all items for the duration of the show. No refunds/exchanges on carpets once delivered. Charges are for rental of equipment only. All items remain the property of GES. All claims or discrepancies must be settled at the GES Service Centre prior to show closing. If a colour is not chosen, GES will choose a colour for you. Carpet colour subject to availability.

HST #R104060264

I have read and understand the Terms & Conditions of my Agreement with GES. Signature

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specialty furniture

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SPECIALTY FURNITURE ORDER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

SHOW:

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting

August 22, 2012

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

MASTERCARD

BOOTH #:

VISA

AMEX

COMPANY EXPIRY DATE

STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

/

CODE CARDHOLDER NAME

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE

CONTACT NAME

CHEQUE ATTACHED (PAYABLE TO GES CANADA)

ALL ORDERS MUST BE PREPAID IN FULL (ORDERS CAN NOT BE PROCESSED UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED) QTY

DISCOUNT PRICE

REGULAR PRICE

Black Ladder Stool (Cloth Seat)

$152.50

$228.75

Black Leather Square Back Tub Chair

$258.00

$387.00

Equino White Stool

$182.00

$273.00

42” Black Meeting Table (Round)

$165.00

$248.00

Wire Back Chrome Stool

$190.00

$285.00

Grey Leather Ripple Sled Base Meeting Chair

$120.00

$180.00

Black Leather Stool

$182.00

$273.00

Black Leather Ripple Sled Base Meeting Chair

$133.00

$200.00

Zebrano Stool (Black Wood Seat)

$190.00

$285.00

Bar Fridge

$226.00

$339.00

Black Corbusier Leather Chair

$308.00

$462.00

Literature Stand

$202.00

$303.00

Black Corbusier Leather Loveseat

$403.00

$604.50

Mahogany Coffee Table (24”x 48”)

$162.00

$243.00

Chrome/White Cruiser Table (24” square top, 42” high)

$172.00

$258.00

Mahogany End Table (24” x 24”)

$143.00

$215.00

Round Cruiser Table (Black 30” diameter top, 42” high)

$182.00

$273.00

Round End Table 24” dia

$143.00

$215.00

Square Cruiser Table (Black 30” top, 42” high)

$182.00

$273.00

$162.00

$243.00

White Sculpted Leather Loveseat

$358.00

$537.00

$162.00

$243.00

White Sculpted Leather Chair

$263.00

$394.50

DESCRIPTION

TOTAL

DESCRIPTION

QTY

white top

black top

32” Diameter Round Coffee Table white top

black top

39” Diameter Round Coffee Table white top

black top

DISCOUNT PRICE

REGULAR PRICE

TOTAL

NOTE* 3 Seater Sofa Available Upon Request. On-site orders are subject to availability.

Terms & Conditions

•Colours, sizes and styles may vary •All orders received after the Discount Price Date will be processed at the Regular Price. •Exhibitor is responsible for all items for the duration of the show. •There will be no refunds/exchanges for cancellations on-site. •Charges are for rental of equipment only. All items remain the property of GES. •All claims or discrepancies must be settled at the GES Service Centre prior to show closing.

SUBTOTAL 13% HST TOTAL HST #R104060264

I have read and understand the Terms & Conditions of my Agreement with GES. Signature

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GEM SHOW SPECIAL ORDER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

SHOW:

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting

August 22, 2012

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

MASTERCARD

BOOTH #:

VISA

AMEX

COMPANY EXPIRY DATE

STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

/

CODE CARDHOLDER NAME

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX

CONTACT NAME

CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE CHEQUE ATTACHED (PAYABLE TO GES CANADA)

Show Special

Spend less

$995.00

Sell More

Look great

üInstalled and Dismantled üReady before you arrive üNo Labour Costs üNo Trucking Costs üIncludes Carpet üIncludes Header Sign(s) üChoice of Colours üAccessories Available

$1,491.00

PACKAGE A: 10’x10’ BOOTH

PACKAGE B: 10’x20’ BOOTH

• Header Sign - 12”x78” • Infill Panels • Colour Coordinated 10’x10’ Carpet • Price after Deadline Date: $1,393.00

• 2 Header Signs - 12”x78” each • Infill Panels • Colour Coordinated 10’x20’ Carpet • Price after Deadline Date: $2,088.00

Indicate Date and Time you plan to arrive to merchandise your exhibit:

Date

Time

PLEASE COMPLETE FOLLOWING: PLEASE COMPLETE THE THE FOLLOWING: SIZE ORDERED:

10’x10’

PACKAGE A:

10’x20’

PACKAGE B:

Infill Panel Colour:

Black

Blue

Red

Grey

Forest Green

Carpet Colour:

Black

Blue

Red

Grey

Hunter Green

Burgundy

White

(All panel & carpet colours subject to availability.) Package A Identification Sign to Read: Package B Identification Sign to Read: Left:

Right:

Please upload files to: http://www.gesexpo.ca/upload/toronto 

Custom Header to be added

Custom Header Signs/Logos will be charged $100.00 extra per sign ALL ORDERS MUST BE PREPAID IN FULL (ORDERS CAN NOT BE PROCESSED UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED)

Terms & Conditions •Does not include lighting or electrical service. •No refunds/exchanges once show move-in begins. •All claims or discrepancies must be settled prior to show closing. •All orders received after the Discount Price Date will be processed at the Regular Price. •GES is not responsible for exhibit materials left in GEM rental exhibits or counter storage units.

SUBTOTAL 13% HST TOTAL HST #R104060264

I have read and understand the Terms & Conditions of my Agreement with GES. Signature

Date

33


standard exhibit rentals

’ 0 1 x ’

10EXHIBITS

E

L B A

IL A V

A T O

N

 GEM Model #1 - 10’x10’ Corner

E L B

A L I A

V A T O N

 GEM Model #2 - 10’x10’ Corner

 GEM Model #3 - 10’x10’

 GEM Model #4 - 10’x10’

 GEM Model #5 - 10’x10’

3 Easy Steps

1 Select the model number that suits your needs 2 Choose carpet and panel colours on the GEM Exhibit Rental order form 3 Complete & send order form

Grey indicates standard header sign(s) 34


standard exhibit rentals

’ 0 2 x ’

10EXHIBITS

 GEM Model #6 - 10’x20’

E

L B A

IL A V

A T O

N

 GEM Model #8 - 10’x20’

 GEM Model #7 - 10’x20’

E

L B A

IL A V

A T O

N  GEM Model #9 - 10’x20’

3 Easy Steps

 GEM Model #10 - 10’x20’ Corner

1 Select the model number that suits your needs 2 Choose carpet and panel colours on the GEM Exhibit Rental order form 3 Complete & send order form

Grey indicates standard header sign(s) 35


GEM EXHIBIT SYSTEM ORDER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

SHOW:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE:

August 22, 2012

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

MASTERCARD

BOOTH #:

VISA

AMEX

COMPANY EXPIRY DATE

STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

/

CODE CARDHOLDER NAME

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE

CONTACT NAME

CHEQUE ATTACHED (PAYABLE TO GES CANADA)

ALL ORDERS MUST BE PREPAID IN FULL (ORDERS CANNOT BE PROCESSED UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED)

Model Number

Regular Price

Discount Price

Model Number

Discount Price

Regular Price

Model #1

$2,412.00 $3,618.00 NOT AVAILABLE

Model #6

$5,100.00

$7,650.00

Model #2

$2,138.00 $3,207.00 NOT AVAILABLE

Model #7

$5,278.00

$7,917.00

Model #3

$2,547.00

$3,821.00

Model #8

$4,918.00 $7,377.00 NOT AVAILABLE

Model #4

$2,780.00

$4,170.00

Model #9

$5,175.00

Model #5

$2,834.00

$4,251.00

Model #10

$5,812.00 $8,718.00 NOT AVAILABLE

$7,762.00

Package Includes: Installation & Dismantling, Choice of Carpet Colour, Choice of Panel Colour, Company Identification Sign Package Does Not Include: Cleaning, Light Fixtures or Electrical Outlets PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:

MODEL NUMBER:

Upgrade options available. Contact Exhibitor Services.

Font Colour:

Black

Infill Panel Colour:

Black Fabric

Blue Fabric

Grey Fabric

White Hardwall

Carpet Colour:

Black

Blue

Grey

Red

(Fabric Panels are velcro compatible)

(All panel & carpet colours subject to availability.)

Models 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 or 9 Identification Sign to Read: Models 7 or 10 Identification Sign to Read:

Left:

Right:

Indicate Date & Time for Arrival:

Custom Header Signs/Logos will be charged $100.00 extra per sign ALL ORDERS MUST BE PREPAID IN FULL (ORDERS CAN NOT BE PROCESSED UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED)

Terms & Conditions •Payment may be made by cheque up to two weeks prior to the 1st day of move in. •All orders received after the Discount Price Date will be processed at the Regular Price. •Exhibitor is responsible for all items for the duration of the show. •Charges are for rental of equipment only. All items remain the property of GES. •No refunds/exchanges once show move-in begins. All claims or discrepencies must be settled prior to show closing. •GES is not responsible for exhibit materials left in GEM rental exhibits or counter storage units.

SUBTOTAL 13% HST TOTAL HST #R104060264

I have read and understand the Terms & Conditions of my Agreement with GES. Signature

Date 36


GEM EXHIBIT ACCESSORIES ORDER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

SHOW:

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting

August 22, 2012

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

MASTERCARD

BOOTH #:

VISA

AMEX

COMPANY EXPIRY DATE

STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

/

CODE CARDHOLDER NAME

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE

CONTACT NAME

CHEQUE ATTACHED (PAYABLE TO GES CANADA)

ALL ORDERS MUST BE PREPAID IN FULL (ORDERS CAN NOT BE PROCESSED UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED) LIGHTS ARE INCLUDED IN SHOWCASES (ELECTRICAL SERVICES EXTRA)

QTY

QTY

#

DISCOUNT PRICE

DESCRIPTION 28”H or

REGULAR PRICE

1

Pedestal (White) 20”L x 20”W

36”H

$146.00

$219.00

2

Pedestal White 40”L X 40”W (Tops are 20” X 20”) (Unit Heights - 16”- 28” & 28”- 41”)

$530.00

$795.00

3

Storage Counter (White) 80”L X 20”W X 41”H

$442.00

$663.00

4

Curved Counter (White) 60”L X 20”W X 36”H

$352.00

$528.00

5

99A Showcase (White/Glass) 40”L X 20”W X 41”H

$352.00

$528.00

6

99B Showcase (White/Glass) 40”L X 20”W X 41”H

$352.00

$528.00

7

99C Showcase (White/Glass) 26”L X 26”W X 96”H

$530.00

$795.00

8

99D Showcase (White/Glass) 40”L X 20”W X 96”H

$530.00

$795.00

#

DESCRIPTION

DISCOUNT PRICE

REGULAR PRICE

A

Waterfall With Eight Balls

$44.00

$66.00

B

Grid Panels - 38”W X 44”H White Panels (2” Squares)

$146.00

$219.00

C

Garment Rail 39”W

$53.00

$80.00

D

Shelves

$45.00

$68.00

E

Slatwall Panels - 37”W X 96”H Grey (Upgrade for standard panels)

$125.00

$188.00

Flat

Angled 37”L X 12”W

TOTAL

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

TOTAL

To Be Able To Rent These Accessories, You Must Order a GEM Hardwall Booth From GES.

A

B

D

E

C

Please Attach Diagram Of Booth Indicating Locations For Grid Panels And/Or Slatwall. Grid Panels Cannot Be Installed In Corners. Terms & Conditions All items subject to availability. No refunds/exchanges once show move-in begins. All claims or discrepancies must be settled prior to show closing. Exhibitor is responsible for all items for the duration of the show. Charges are for rental of equipment. All items remain the property of GES. All orders received after the Discount Price Date will be processed at the Regular Price.

SUBTOTAL 13% HST TOTAL HST #R104060264

I have read and understand the Terms & Conditions of my Agreement with GES. Signature

Date 37


SIGN ORDER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

SHOW:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE:

August 22, 2012

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

MASTERCARD

BOOTH #:

VISA

AMEX

COMPANY EXPIRY DATE

STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

/

CODE CARDHOLDER NAME

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE

CONTACT NAME

CHEQUE ATTACHED (PAYABLE TO GES CANADA)

ALL ORDERS MUST BE PREPAID IN FULL (ORDERS CAN NOT BE PROCESSED UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED)

SIGN LAYOUT

Width Inches Wide Height

By Inches High

Sign Sizes

Discount Price

Regular Price

11” x 14”

$ 56.00

$ 84.00

14” x 22”

$ 98.00

$147.00

22” x 28”

$126.00

$189.00

7” x 44”

$ 93.00

$140.00

28” x 44”

$163.00

$244.00

40” x 60”

$357.00

$536.00

LOGOS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN PRICING

PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE WORDING REQUIRED:

ALL SIGNS MUST BE PICKED UP FROM OUR ON-SITE SERVICE DESK. Terms & Conditions

SUBTOTAL 13% HST TOTAL

•All orders received after the Discount Price Date will be processed at the Regular Price. •There are no refunds/exchanges on signs. •All claims or discrepancies must be settled at the GES Service Centre prior to show closing.

HST #R104060264

I have read and understand the Terms & Conditions of my Agreement with GES. Signature

Date 38


PLANT ORDER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

SHOW:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE:

August 22, 2012

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

MASTERCARD

BOOTH #:

VISA

AMEX

COMPANY EXPIRY DATE

STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

/

CODE CARDHOLDER NAME

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE

CONTACT NAME

CHEQUE ATTACHED (PAYABLE TO GES CANADA)

ALL ORDERS MUST BE PREPAID IN FULL (ORDERS CAN NOT BE PROCESSED UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED)

Create a Lasting Impression! GREEN FLOOR PLANTS Qty

Description 2 ft. to 5 ft. Tall

Discount Price

Regular Price

$80.00

$120.00

6 ft. to 8 ft. Tall

$110.00

$165.00

9 ft. to 10 ft. Tall (Indoor Tree)

$165.00

$248.00

Total

GREEN TABLE PLANTS Boston Fern

$48.00

$72.00

Table Plant - 10"

$48.00

$72.00

Mums

$30.00

$45.00

FLOWERING PLANTS & SPECIAL REQUESTS Standard Fresh Flower Arrangement

$118.00

$177.00

Premium Fresh Flower Arrangement

$215.00

$322.00

Exotic Arrangement

$146.00

$219.00

PLEASE NOTE: Prices for flowering plants may change depending on type of flowers requested. Please list below the types of flowers you require along with any specific instructions and our Exhibitor Service Department will check on availability and price:

Terms & Conditions All orders received after the Discount Price Date will be processed at the Regular Price. Exhibitor is responsible for all items for the duration of the show. No refunds, exchanges or cancellations on site. Charges are for rental of equipment only. All items remain the property of GES. All claims or discrepancies must be settled at the GES Service Centre prior to show closing.

SUBTOTAL 13% HST TOTAL HST #R104060264

I have read and understand the Terms & Conditions of my Agreement with GES. Signature

Date 39


LABOUR SERVICE ORDER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

SHOW:

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting

August 22, 2012

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

MASTERCARD

BOOTH #:

VISA

AMEX

COMPANY EXPIRY DATE

STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

/

CODE CARDHOLDER NAME

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE

CONTACT NAME

CHEQUE ATTACHED (PAYABLE TO GES CANADA)

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION (ABOVE) MUST BE COMPLETED AS METHOD OF PAYMENT FOR THIS SERVICE LABOUR RATES ARE CHARGED PER PERSON AT A MINIMUM CHARGE OF ONE HOUR. LABOUR OVER ONE HOUR IS CHARGED IN 1/2 HOUR INCREMENTS.

(A 30% SURCHARGE WILL BE APPLIED TO ON-SITE ORDERS)

Straight Time 8:00am - 4:00pm Monday - Friday

Over Time 4:00pm - 6:00pm Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm Sat & Sun

Double Time After 6:00pm Mon-Fri After 4:00pm Sat & Sun All Holiday Hours

$ 85.00 PER HOUR

$127.50 PER HOUR

$170.00 PER HOUR

EXHIBITOR MUST REPORT TO GES SERVICE CENTRE TO RECEIVE THEIR LABOUR

INSTALLATION

Set Up Drawings or Photos Attached:

Carrier:

Delivery Date:

¨yes ¨no ¨am ¨pm

Delivery Time: Day / Date/ Month / Year

SUPERVISION

¨By Exhibitor (Provide Name of Rep):

¨By GES

(Exhibitor MUST be Present to Supervise)

(Exhibitor does NOT have to be present)

DATE LABOUR REQUIRED:

Day / Date/ Month / Year

NUMBER OF PEOPLE REQUIRED

¨am ¨pm

START TIME REQUIRED:

X HOURS PER PERSON

30% surcharge applies

= TOTAL HOURS

DISMANTLING Carrier:

Pick-up Date:

¨am ¨pm

Pick-up Time: Day / Date/ Month / Year

SUPERVISION

¨By Exhibitor (Provide Name of Rep):

¨By GES

(Exhibitor MUST be Present to Supervise)

(Exhibitor does NOT have to be present)

DATE LABOUR REQUIRED:

Day / Date/ Month / Year

NUMBER OF PEOPLE REQUIRED

30% surcharge applies

¨am ¨pm

START TIME REQUIRED:

X HOURS PER PERSON

= TOTAL HOURS

Terms & Conditions • When Exhibitor is supervising labour the Exhibitor must check labour in and out at the GES Service Centre. • We reserve the right to change labourers and/or rates as shifts change. • All claims or discrepancies must be settled within one week of show closing. • Uncancelled labour will be charged a minimum fee of 1 hour per person. • GES Limits of Liability apply.

SUBTOTAL 13% HST TOTAL HST #R104060264

I have read and understand the Terms & Conditions of my Agreement with GES. Signature

Date 40


IN BOOTH FORKLIFT ORDER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting

SHOW:

August 22, 2012

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

MASTERCARD

BOOTH #:

VISA

AMEX

COMPANY EXPIRY DATE

STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

/

CODE CARDHOLDER NAME

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE

CONTACT NAME

CHEQUE ATTACHED (PAYABLE TO GES CANADA)

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION (ABOVE) MUST BE COMPLETED AS METHOD OF PAYMENT FOR THIS SERVICE IN-BOOTH FORKLIFT SERVICE IS AVAILABLE TO EXHIBITORS REQUIRING ASSISTANCE WITH POSITIONING OF EXHIBITOR MATERIALS WITHIN YOUR BOOTH SPACE. MINIMUM CHARGE OF 1 HOUR PER ORDER. (INCLUDES INSTALLATION AND DISMANTLING).

THIS SERVICE IS NOT PAID FOR BY SHOW MANAGEMENT Straight Time 8:00am - 4:00pm Monday - Friday

Over Time 4:00pm - 6:00pm Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm Sat & Sun

Double Time After 6:00pm Mon-Fri After 4:00pm Sat & Sun All Holiday Hours

$200.00 PER HOUR

$241.00 PER HOUR

$285.00 PER HOUR

A 30% SURCHARGE WILL BE APPLIED TO ON-SITE ORDERS. ALL RATES INCLUDE FORKLIFT AND DRIVER (13% HST IS APPLICABLE) .PLEASE

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:

SUPERVISOR NAME: (EXHIBITOR MUST BE PRESENT TO SUPERVISE) INSTALLATION TIME REQUIRED: Day

Date

Month

# of Hours

# of Forklifts

Day

Date

Month

# of Hours

# of Forklifts

DISMANTLING TIME REQUIRED: APPROXIMATE TIMES: MOVE-IN

Start:

am

pm Finish:

am

pm

Total Hours:

MOVE-OUT

Start:

am

pm

am

pm

Total Hours:

Finish:

SERVICES OVER 1 HOUR MINIMUM WILL BE CHARGED IN 1/2 HOUR INCREMENTS PER FORKLIFT. Terms & Conditions Exhibitor must check forklift/driver in and out at the GES Service Centre. We reserve the right to change labourers and/or rates as shifts change. All claims or discrepancies must be settled within one week of show closing. GES Limits of Liability apply.

SUBTOTAL 13% HST TOTAL HST #R104060264

I have read and understand the Terms & Conditions of my Agreement with GES. Signature

Date 41


Material Handling Information AUA Northeastern Section Meeting Scotia Bank Convention Centre September 12 - 16, 2012 Material Handling is the unloading of your exhibit materials, delivery to your booth, handling of empty containers to and from storage, and removal of your materials from your booth for reloading onto your outbound carrier. This is not to be confused with the cost to transport your exhibit material to and from the event.

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Benefits of Advance Shipping to the GES Warehouse

-

-

Storage of materials for up to 30 days prior to your show. Delivery of Shipments to your booth by 8:00 am on your first day of move-in (schedule permitting). Some convention centers and hotels do not have facilities for receiving or storing freight. Saves valuable set-up.

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How to ship in Advance to the GES Warehouse -

Remove all old shipping and empty storage labels. Fill out and attach enclosed Advance Shipping Labels. Complete the enclosed Material Handling Order Form. Remember to confirm receipt of your shipment prior to leaving for the show. All shipments must have a bill of lading or delivery slip showing the number of pieces, weight, and type of merchandise. Certified Weight Tickets must accompany all shipments. Take the time to ensure that your display and products are packed neatly and securely. Do not ship uncrated materials to warehouse.

How to ship to Exhibit Site -

Consign all shipments c/o GES. Remove all old shipping and empty storage labels. Fill out and attach enclosed Direct Shipping labels. Complete the enclosed Material Handling Order Form. All shipments must have a bill of lading or delivery slip showing the number of pieces, weight, and type of merchandise. Certified Weight Tickets must accompany all shipments. Take the time to ensure that your display and products are packed neatly and securely. If you are shipping your carpet and/or lighting trusses, make sure it is loaded last so it can be unloaded first.

Freight Carriers Select a carrier with experience in handling exhibition materials. Make sure to give your carrier explicit information as to where and when to check in. Delivery and pick up times are often out of the range of “normal” delivery hours, make sure your carrier is committed to meeting your target dates and times. While making shipping plans to the show, also plan for the return shipment.

Tracking Shipments Confirm your delivery date and time with your carrier, and have all pertinent shipping information in the hands of your representative at show site. You may also want to review the return of your goods at the end of the show.

Storing Empty Containers Properly labeled empty shipping cartons will be picked up, stored, and returned after the show. Labels are available at the GES Servicenter or from your GES Service Executive and are for empty storage only. Depending on the size of the show, it can take from two to twelve hours to return empty crates. Do not store any items in crates marked “empty.”

Outgoing Shipments An OMHF (Outbound Material Handling Form /Bill of Lading) must accompany all outgoing shipments. Shipping information, outbound forms and labels will be available at the GES Servicenter. Exhibitors selecting non-official carriers will need to make their own arrangements for pick-up. Make sure that someone from your company will be on-site to oversee the outbound shipment of your display and product.

Machinery Labour and Equipment Labor and equipment for uncrating, unskidding, positioning, leveling, dismantling, recrating, and reskidding machinery and/or equipment must be ordered separately. Place your order for this labor using the In-Booth Forklift & Labor Order Form. If your material requires specialized rigging equipment, please notify us promptly so that we can make arrangements. When possible, supply your own rigging equipment with shipments and pre-rig your material.

Insurance All of your goods should be insured by your own insurance policy. Although we do our best to handle your goods as our own, there are many variables in shipping and handling that can affect your exhibit and products. GES has published GES Terms & Conditions of Contract that are in your exhibitor service manual. Please read them carefully. It is recommended that your goods be insured.

GES Limits of Liability & Excess Declared Value Liability – GES is liable for loss or damage to your goods only if -

Estimating Material Handling Charges Handling charges are based on the weight of the freight. Shipments are billed by the hundred weight and rounded up to the nearest hundred. Minimum per Shipment may apply, see enclosed Material Handling Order Form for details. Please prepay all shipping charges – GES cannot accept or be responsible for collect shipments. Crated and uncrated shipments must be separated and clearly identified on separate bills of lading with certified weight tickets – otherwise GES will invoice the entire load at the Uncrated rate. Crated – Material that is skidded, or is in any type of shipping container that can be unloaded at the dock with no additional handling required.

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Special Handling – Defined as shipments that are loaded by cubic space and/or packed in such a manner as to require special handling, such as ground loading, side door loading, constricted space loading and designated piece loading or stacked shipments. Also included are mixed shipments and shipments without proper delivery receipts, including certified weight ticket. Off Target/Overtime Surcharges – Shipments received outside the assigned freight move-in time will be considered off target, and surcharges will apply. Shows that move-out on weekends or late in the day may be subject to overtime surcharges. See enclosed Material Handling Order Form for details. Late Surcharges – A surcharge will apply if advance freight is received after the published deadline date for shipments to arrive at the warehouse. See enclosed Material Handling Order Form for details.

Uncrated – Material that is shipped loose or pad-wrapped, and/or unskidded machinery without proper lifting bars or hooks.

SAVE TIME WITH GES ONLINE AT:

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the loss or damage was caused by GES negligence. Measure of Damage – If GES was negligent and the negligence caused either loss or damage to your goods, then the measure of that damage will be determined by the following: a. Measure of damages in all situations (including b. & c. below) will be limited by the Depreciated Value of the goods or repair costs, whichever is less. b. The lesser of $0.50 per pound per package, $100 per package or $1500 per occurrence. c. Damages will be limited to a declared value, if you fill in a Declared Value Amount, check the box requesting Excess Declared Value, and pay the appropriate charges for Excess Declared Value. (Maximum allowed declared value $100,000) Cost – Excess declared value available from GES for $1.00 per $100 of excess valuation. ($50.00 minimum charge per request) Not Insurance – Excess declared value is not insurance. GES does not offer or sell insurance. GES is not liable and will not owe for loss or damage to your goods if the damage or loss was not caused by GES negligence.

www.gesexpo.ca

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MATERIAL HANDLING MATERIAL HANDLING ORDER FORM ORDER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE:

SHOW:

August 22, 2012

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

MASTERCARD

BOOTH #:

VISA

AMEX

COMPANY EXPIRY DATE

STREET CITY

PROV/STATE

/

CODE CARDHOLDER NAME

E-MAIL PHONE

FAX CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE

CONTACT NAME

CHEQUE ATTACHED (PAYABLE TO GES CANADA)

A certified weight ticket (CWT) must accompany Shipment(s). If shipment(s) arrive without certified weight ticket GES will weigh the shipment(s) on site and special handling charges will apply (minimum shipment is 200 lbs.) I WILL BE SHIPPING MY MATERIALS TO THE ADVANCE WAREHOUSE

IMPORTANT

1. Will your shipment be crated and/or skidded?

Yes

No

2. Will your shipment require Special Handling?

Yes

No Pcs.

3. Estimated total number of pieces:

l b s .

4. Estimated total weight of shipment 5. Estimated charge is: Total Weight

Both

________ lbs.÷ by 100 = ________ x $ ________ = $ _________ Weight Hundred Weight Rate

PLEASE I WILL BE SHIPPING MY MATERIALS DIRECTLY TO SHOW SITE

COMPLETE AND RETURN THIS FORM BY August 22, 2012

1. Will your shipment be crated and/or skidded?

Yes

No

2. Will your shipment be Uncrated or Loose Material?

Yes

No

3. Will your shipment require Special Handling?

Yes

No

Both

4. Estimated total number of pieces:

Pcs.

5. Estimated total weight of shipment

l b s .

6. Estimated charge is: Total Weight ________ lbs.÷ by 100 = ________ x $ ________ = $ _________ Weight Hundred Weight Rate I WILL BE SHIPPING SMALL PACKAGES DIRECTLY TO SHOW SITE 1. Indicate who will transport the Small Packages Pcs.

2. Estimated total number of pieces: 3. Estimated charge is:

Total Number of Packages ___________ x $ ___________ = $ ___________ Number

Rate

TOTAL ESTIMATED CHARGES We understand that your calculation is only an estimate. Invoicing will be done from the rounded up actual weight. Adjustments will be made accordingly.

13% HST TOTAL

Terms & Conditions HST #R104060264 Collect shipments will not be accepted. GES is not responsible for concealed damage, damage to loose or inadequately packed shipments or loss of merchandise after delivery to booth. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to secure and maintain loss & damage insurance coverage for their exhibit properties. All claims or discrepancies must be settled at the GES Service Centre prior to show closing. GES Limits of Liability & Responsibility apply to this service.

I have read and understand the Terms & Conditions of my Agreement with GES.

Signature

Date

43


MATERIAL MATERIALHANDLING HANDLING RATES RATES 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

AUA Northeastern SecƟon MeeƟng MATERIAL HANDLING RATES ADVANCE SHIPMENTS TO WAREHOUSE MAY BEGIN:

Monday August 10, 2012

   

$ 85.00 Per 100lbs. Add 25% Surcharge Add 25% Surcharge Add 25% Surcharge

Crated or Skidded Shipment(s) Special Handling Shipment(s) Shipments Received After Friday August 31, 2012 Shipments Received Outside Straight Time Hours (Straight Time Hours are Monday-Friday 8am to 4pm)

DIRECT SHIPMENTS TO SHOW SITE:

Wednesday September 12, 2012 2pm -6pm Thursday September 13, 2012 8am - 11am

   

$95.00 Per 100lbs. Add 25% Surcharge Add 25% Surcharge Add 25% Surcharge

Crated or Skidded Shipment(s) – Straight Time Special Handling Shipment(s) - Straight Time Uncrated, Pad-Wrapped, Loose Shipment(s) Shipments Received Outside Straight Time Hours (Straight Time Hours are Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm)

SMALL PACKAGES:

(Maximum 50lbs/Shipment)  First Package $ 40.00  Each Additional Package in Shipment (Up to 50lbs.) $ 20.00 ** If over 50lbs. Maximum – Rates for Advance or Direct Shipments Apply. ** SMALL PACKAGE: Cartons and envelopes received without documentation will be delivered without guarantee of piece count or condition. Maximum weight is 50 lbs. per shipment, per delivery. Includes UPS and Federal Express shipments. All shipments received via air carrier that do not fall into the small package category may be subject to special handling.

NOTE: 1. All shipment weights when totalled are rounded up to the next 100lbs. 2. All shipments have a minimum billing of 200lbs.

LABELLING YOUR PACKAGES FOR SHIPPING: A) ADVANCE SHIPMENTS TO WAREHOUSE DEADLINE DATE: Friday August 31st, 2012 NAME OF EXHIBITING COMPANY – BOOTH NUMBER C/O GES / AUA Northeastern Section Meeting 6130 Netherhart Road Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, L5T 1B7 B) DIRECT SHIPMENTS TO SHOW SITE: Wednesday September 12th, 2012 NAME OF EXHIBITING COMPANY – BOOTH NUMBER C/O GES / AUA Northeastern Section Meeting Scotiabank Convention Centre 6815 Stanley Ave. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, L2G 3Y9 ALL ORDERS ARE GOVERNED BY THE GES LIMITS OF LIABILITY AND RESPONSIBILITY.

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LIMITS OF LIABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

1. GES CANADA Exposition Services herein known as GES and its subcontractors shall not be responsible for damage to uncrated materials; materials improperly packed, glass breakage or concealed damage. 2. Relative to inbound shipments, there may be a lapse of time between the delivery of shipment(s) to the booth by GES or its subcontractors and the arrival of the Exhibitor’s representative at the booth. Similarly, relative to outgoing shipment(s), it is possible that there will be a lapse of time between the completion of packing and the actual pick-up of materials from the booth for loading onto a carrier. It is understood that during such times the shipment(s) will be left in the booth unattended. Therefore, it is agreed that GES and its subcontractors are not responsible for the loss or disappearance of Exhibitor’s materials after the same have been delivered to Exhibitor’s booth, nor are GES and its subcontractors responsible for Exhibitor’s materials before they are picked up from the Exhibitor’s booth for loading after the show. Consequently, all bills of lading covering outgoing shipment(s) submitted to GES or its subcontractors by Exhibitor will be checked at the time of pick-up from the booth and corrected where discrepancies exist. 3. GES and its subcontractors shall not be held liable for any damage incurred during the handling of equipment requiring special devices to properly load, place or reload unless advance notice has been given to GES in time to obtain the proper equipment. 4. GES and its subcontractors shall not be responsible for loss, delay or damage due to strikes, lockouts or work stoppages of any kind. 5. GES and its subcontractors shall not be responsible for ordinary wear and tear in handling of equipment, nor for loss or damage due to fire, theft, windstorm, water, vandalism, acts of God, mysterious disappearance or other causes beyond their control. 6. It is understood that GES and its subcontractors are not insurers. Insurance, if any, shall be obtained by the Exhibitor. Amounts payable to GES hereunder are based on the scope of the liability as herein set forth and are unrelated to the value of the Exhibitor’s property. It is further understood and agreed that GES and its subcontractors do not provide for full liability should loss or damage occur. It is agreed that if GES or its subcontractors should be found liable for loss or damage to Exhibitor’s equipment, the liability shall be limited to the specific article that was physically lost or damaged. Such liability shall be limited to a sum equal to $0.30 per pound per article, with a maximum liability of $50.00 per item or $1,000.00 per shipment, whichever is less, as agreed upon damages and exclusive remedy. Provisions of this paragraph shall apply if loss or damage, regardless of cause or origin, results directly or indirectly to property through performance services to

Exhibitor’s or from negligence, active or otherwise, by GES, its subcontractors or their employees. 7. GES and its subcontractors shall not be liable to any extent whatsoever for any actual, potential or assumed loss of profits or revenues or for any collateral costs that may result from any loss or damage to Exhibitor’s materials which may make it impossible or impracticle to exhibit same. 8. Claims for loss or damage must be submitted to GES by the close of the show. No suit or action shall be brought against GES or its subcontractors more than one year after the cause of action. 9. The Exhibitor agrees, in connection with the receipt, handling, temporary storage and reloading of its materials, that GES and its subcontractors will provide these services as Exhibitor’s agent and not as bailee or shipper. If any employee of GES or its subcontractors shall sign a delivery receipt, bill of lading or other document, we agree that GES or its subcontractor will do so as the Exhibitor’s agent, and the Exhibitor accepts the responsibility thereof. 10. GES and its subcontractors shall not be liable for shipments received without receipts, freight bills or specified unit counts on receipts or freight bills, such as a courier or van lines. Such shipments will be delivered to booth without guarantee of piece count or condition. 11. Empty container labels will be available at the GES Service Centre. Affixing the labels is the sole responsibility of the Exhibitor or its representative. It is understood that these labels are used for EMPTY STORAGE ONLY, and GES and its subcontractors assume no responsibility for loss or damage to contents while containers are in storage or for mislabelled containers. 12. In order to expedite removal of materials from the show site, GES shall have the authority to change designated carriers, if such carriers do not pick up on time. Where no dispostion is made by the Exhibitor, materials will be taken to a warehouse to await Exhibitor’s shipping instructions, and the Exhibitor agrees to be responsible for payment of charges relating to such handling at the warehouse. GES assumes no liability as a result of such re-routing or handling. 13. The Exhibitor agrees, in the event of a dispute with GES or its subcontractors relative to any loss or damage to any of your materials or equipment, that the Exhibitor will not withhold payment in any amount due to GES for material handling services or any other services provided by GES or its subcontractors as an offset against the amount of the alleged loss or damage. Instead, the Exhibitor agrees to pay GES prior to the close of the show for all such charges and further agrees that any claim the Exhibitor may have against GES or its subcontractors shall be pursued independently by the Exhibitor as a completely separate transaction to be resolved on its own merits.

The consignment or delivery of a shipment to GES or its subcontractors by an Exhibitor or by any shipper on behalf of the Exhibitor shall be construed as an acceptance by such Exhibitor (and/or other shipper) of the terms and conditions set forth in Sections 1 through 13 above. Be sure your materials are insured from the time they leave your firm until they are returned after the show. It is suggested that Exhibitors arrange all risk coverage. This can usually be done by riders to existing policies. Contact your insurance representative. Be sure your liability insurance is in effect during transit and return of your materials, during storage and at show site.

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ADVANCE WAREHOUSE SHIPPING LABEL AUA Northeastern Section Meeting EXHIBIT SHIPMENT FOR ADVANCE WAREHOUSE

SHIPPER: (Name of Company where shipment originates.)

TO: (Name of your exhibiting Company at the show.)

BOOTH NUMBER: (Your booth number at the show.)

C/O:

GES/AUA Northeastern Section Meeting 6130 Netherhart Rd. Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5T 1B7

CARRIER: (Name of your Transportation Company)

NUMBER

OF

PIECES

ADVANCE WAREHOUSE SHIPMENTS SHOULD ARRIVE BEFORE:

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DIRECT TO SHOW SITE SHIPPING LABEL AUA Northeastern Section Meeting EXHIBIT SHIPMENT FOR DIRECT TO SHOWSITE

SHIPPER: (Name of Company where shipment originates.)

TO: (Name of your exhibiting Company at the show.)

BOOTH NUMBER: (Your booth number at the show.)

C/O:

GES/AUA Northeastern Section Meeting Scotiabank Convention Centre 6815 Stanley Ave. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, L2G 3Y9

CARRIER: (Name of your Transportation Company)

NUMBER

OF

PIECES

DIRECT TO SHOW SITE SHIPMENTS TO ARRIVE ON:

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logistics GES Logistic Services GES is proud to offer our clients a one source solution for Customs and Transportation services

Your Choice of Reliable Service Options • Time Critical Ground • Expedited Ground • 3-5 Day Deferred

• Common Carrier • Van Line

24-Hour Tracking Call toll free 1-877-437-4247 for immediate information on the status of your shipment

On-Site Representation GES Logistics representatives will be on site from the beginning of move-in and throughout the event until the last shipment leaves the show floor

Competitive Pricing You will benefit from priority delivery at competitive prices thanks to special arrangements we have with select carriers

Simplified Budgeting Our transportation management system gives you the information you need to budget more effectively

Simplified Ordering For your convenience choose one of the ordering options available:

• Online: www.gesexpo.ca • Phone: 905-283-0500 or 1-877-437-4247 • Fax: 905-283-0501

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PRIORITY ON THE FLOOR... MEANS GES LOGISTICS It’s (almost) show time! Are you ready? GES offers many products and services to help you achieve the results you are looking for. Have you considered...

GES Logistics Services Local, Regional, International  þ Ï þ

Transportation Tracking & Tracing Warehousing Exhibit Management

Let GES Logistics handle the details. We smoothly navigate the many challenges of event management from shipping to tracking to warehousing and more. Our GES Logistics team offers you

one-stop shopping for all your tradeshow and event needs. Transportation management you can rely on. With GES Logistics, you have a variety of shipping options:

§ Common Carrier § LTL Trucking to handle national, regional and local shipping § Full truck load for economy § Air, including second-day and deferred Want to find out more? Call toll free at 1 877 437-4247 (x573) or complete information below and fax to (905) 283-0501, and let GES take care of your logistics needs from start to finish. Company Name:

Phone:

Contact:

Fax:

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SHIPPING ORDER FORM 5675 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3K5 Tel: 905-283-0500 Fax: 905-283-0501 Toll Free: 1-877-437-4247 www.gesexpo.ca

PICK UP INFORMATION COMPANY NAME:

PICK UP DATE:

PICK UP TIME:

ADDRESS:

BUSINESS HOURS:

LOADING DOCK:

CITY:

PROV/STATE:

CODE:

CUSTOMS PAPERWORK ATTACHED:

CONTACT:

IF YES, CUSTOMS BROKER:

PHONE:

CONTACT:

FAX:

EMAIL:

I will be shipping to:

YES

YES

NO

NO

PHONE:

ADVANCED WAREHOUSE

SHOW SITE

DESTINATION COMPANY NAME:

BOOTH #:

ON-SITE CONTACT:

AUA Northeastern Section Meeting Scotiabank Convention Centre FACILITY: 6815 Stanley Ave. ADDRESS: Niagara Falls Ontario CITY: PROV/STATE: SHOW NAME:

DELIVERY DATE:

CODE:

SERVICE REQUIRED SAME DAY

ITEMS TO BE SHIPPED

OVERNIGHT

DELIVERY TIME:

L2G 3Y9

ONE WAY

ROUND TRIP

2ND DAY

3-5 DAY

GROUND

SERVICE WILL BE CHARGED ON ACTUAL WEIGHT & DIMENSIONS

TOTAL NUMBER OF PIECES:

DIMENSIONS IN INCHES:

CARTONS (CARDBOARD)

H

xW

xL

CASES/TRUNKS (FIBRE) COLOUR:

H

xW

xL

CRATES (WOODEN)

H

xW

xL

SKIDS/PALLETS

H

xW

xL

CARPET/COLOUR:

H

xW

xL

OTHER

H

xW

LIST:

TOTAL

ESTIMATED WEIGHT:

xL TOTAL WEIGHT:

BILLING AND PAYMENT INFORMATION COMPANY NAME: PROV/STATE:

CITY:

ADDRESS: CODE:

EMAIL:

TEL:

CREDIT CARD NUMBER:

FAX: EXPIRY DATE:

VISA CARDHOLDER NAME:

MASTERCARD

AMERICAN EXPRESS

CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE:

TERMS & CONDITIONS GES assumes no responsibility for shipments left in booth by exhibitor. All materials are subject to final count and correction at time of actual removal from booth. Shipper hereby designates GES as its agent for tendering shipments to carrier. GES reserves the right to reroute any outgoing shipment via an alternate carrier in the event the requested carrier fails to pick up the shipment by established carrier check-in deadline. GES assumes no responsibility for misdirected shipments as a result of old shipping labels which remain on containers. It is the shipper’s responsibility to state the national motor freight classification commodity description, otherwise shipment shall be described as exhibition materials. 1) GES shall not be responsible for damage to uncrated materials, materials improperly packed, or concealed damage. 2) GES shall not be responsible for loss, theft, or disappearance of exhibitors material after same has been delivered to exhibitor’s booth. 3) GES shall not be responsible for loss, theft, or disappearance of materials before they are picked up from exhibitor’s booth for reloading after the show. Bill of Lading covering outgoing shipments, which are furnished by GES to exhibitors, will be checked at time of actual pick-up from booth and corrections made where discrepancies occur. 4) GES shall not be responsible for any loss, damage, or delay due to fire, acts of God, strikes, lockouts or work stoppages of any kind, or to any causes beyond its control. 5) GES’s liability shall be limited to the physical loss or damage to the specific article which is lost or damaged, and in any event GES’s maximum liability shall be limited to $0.30 per pound per article with a maximum liability of $50.00 per item, or $1,000.00 per shipment, whichever is less. 6) GES shall not be liable to any extent whatsoever for any actual, potential, or assumed losses of profits or revenues, or for any collateral costs, which may result from any loss or damage to an exhibitor’s materials which may make it impossible or impractical to exhibit same. 7) The consignment or delivery of a shipment to GES by an exhibitor, or by any shipper to or on behalf of the exhibitor, shall be construed as an acceptance by such exhibitor (and/or other shipper) of the terms and conditions set forth. Exhibitor is responsible to declare all hazardous materials and abide by all federal, state and local laws.

By signing this order form, shipper agrees to be bound by all its terms and conditions. X Please Print Name:

Date:

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customs GES Customs Services GES is proud

Reliable and Efficient Service

to offer our

• Experienced and reliable staff you can depend on who specialize in

clients a one

trade show Customs procedures Personnel are accessible at all times

source solution

Value Added Service

for Customs and Transportation services

• Save time and money by making fewer calls

Personalized Service

• Telephone, email and fax communication • Forms and instructions for completion in all Exhibitor Service Kits • One-on-one Customs consultation to assist all exhibitors with their specific needs

On-Site Representation GES Customs Services representatives will be on site from the beginning of move-in and throughout the event until the last shipment leaves the trade show floor

Simplified Ordering For your convenience choose one of the ordering options available:

• Online: www.gesexpo.ca • Phone: 905-283-0500 or 1-877-437-4247 • Fax: 905-283-0501

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ORDER FORM

Customs / Transportation Order Form

THE ORIGINAL OF THIS ORDER FORM MUST BE COMPLETED & RETURNED TO ENSURE CUSTOMS CLEARANCE PLEASE ACCEPT THIS AS YOUR AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE CUSTOMS CLEARANCE AND/OR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

WE WISH TO USE GES SERVICES FOR (PLEASE CHECK ONE)

Customs Clearance And Transportation

SECTION 1

Customs Clearance Only

Transportation Only

EXHIBITOR AND SHIPMENT INFORMATION

Exhibitor / Company Name:

ABC MACHINE COMPANY

U.S. Tax # or U.S. IRS ID #:

31-2293941

Email Address:

Event Name & Booth #: Facility Name:

INTERNATIONAL MACHINERY SHOW 1430 MTCC – METRO TORONTO CONVENTION CENTRE – SOUTH BLDG

Shipment Date:

MARCH 3, 2001

It Consists of (# Cartons): Our Rep @ Event:

From (City):

Weight: Staying At (Hotel):

BILL SMITH

Carrier Name:

NEW YORK

6

Booth #:

GES LOGISTICS

1,500

lbs.

kgs.

RYH – ROYAL YORK

Tel:

416-368-2511

PLEASE DO NOT SHIP BY PARCEL COURIER OR MAIL – WE WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR TIMELY DELIVERY

SECTION 2

RETURN SHIPMENT CONSIGNMENT INFORMATION

Company Name:

ABC MACHINE COMPANY

Delivery Address:

100 – 5TH AVENUE

City:

NEW YORK

Province/State:

NEW YORK

Postal / Zip:

10012-1010

Name:

JOE BROWN

Telephone:

212-286-2140

Fax Number:

212-286-2100

Ship Via:

Common Carrier

SECTION 3

Our Company Vehicle

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

Van Line Service

Air Freight Service

(NOTE – THIS SECTION MUST BE COMPLETED)

I hereby authorize use of the following credit card for payment of services relative to this order form CREDIT CARD INFORMATION MUST BE COMPLETED Charge To:

VISA

MASTERCARD

AMERICAN EXPRESS

Credit Card Number:

123 456 789 012

Expiry:

09 / 03

Cardholder’s Name:

BILL SMITH

Title:

DIRECTOR OF SALES

Cardholder’s Signature:

BILL SMITH ORIGINAL SIGNATURE REQUIRED

SECTION 4

INVOICE / STATEMENT INFORMATION

Company Name:

ABC MACHINE COMPANY

Mailing Address:

100 – 5TH AVENUE

City:

NEW YORK

Province/State:

NY

Postal / Zip:

10012-1010

Attention:

BILL SMITH

Telephone:

212-286-2140

Fax Number:

212-286-2100

SECTION 5 This Form Was Completed By: ( Please Print Full Name ) Title:

ORDER AUTHORIZED BY

JOE BROWN

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING

Date:

APRIL 17, 2001 Page A

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Customs / Transportation Order Form

THE ORIGINAL OF THIS ORDER FORM MUST BE COMPLETED & RETURNED TO ENSURE CUSTOMS CLEARANCE PLEASE ACCEPT THIS AS YOUR AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE CUSTOMS CLEARANCE AND/OR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

WE WISH TO USE GES SERVICES FOR (PLEASE CHECK ONE)

Customs Clearance And Transportation

Customs Clearance Only

SECTION 1

EXHIBITOR AND SHIPMENT INFORMATION

Exhibitor / Company Name:

Transportation Only

Email Address:

U.S. Tax # or U.S. IRS ID #: Event Name & Booth #:

Booth #:

Facility Name: Shipment Date:

From (City):

Carrier Name:

It Consists of (# Cartons): Our Rep @ Event:

Weight:

lbs.

Staying At (Hotel):

Tel:

kgs.

PLEASE DO NOT SHIP BY PARCEL COURIER OR MAIL – WE WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR TIMELY DELIVERY

SECTION 2

RETURN SHIPMENT CONSIGNMENT INFORMATION

Company Name: Delivery Address: City:

Province/State:

Postal / Zip:

Name:

Telephone:

Fax Number:

Ship Via:

Common Carrier

SECTION 3

Our Company Vehicle

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION

Van Line Service

Air Freight Service

(NOTE – THIS SECTION MUST BE COMPLETED)

I hereby authorize use of the following credit card for payment of services relative to this order form CREDIT CARD INFORMATION MUST BE COMPLETED Charge To:

VISA

MASTERCARD

Credit Card Number:

Expiry:

Cardholder’s Name:

Title:

AMERICAN EXPRESS /

Cardholder’s Signature: ORIGINAL SIGNATURE REQUIRED

SECTION 4 Company Name:

INVOICE / STATEMENT INFORMATION

Mailing Address: City:

Province/State:

Postal / Zip:

Attention:

Telephone:

Fax Number: Email:

SECTION 5

ORDER AUTHORIZED BY

This Form Was Completed By: ( Please Print Full Name ) Title:

Date: Page A1

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Page

CANADA CUSTOMS INVOICE / FACTURE DES DOUANNES CANADIENNES 1

Vendor (Name and Address) / Vendeur (Nom et Adresse)

ABC MACHINE COMPANY 100-5TH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10012-1010

2

of 1 de

Date of Direct Shipment to Canada Date d’expedition directe vers le Canada MARCH 3, 2001

3

5 4

1

Consignee (Name and Address) / Destinataire (Nom et Addresse)

Other References (Include Purchaser’s Order No.) Autres references (inclure le no de commande de l’acheteur) 31-2293941 (COMPANY IRS#) Purchaser’s Name and Address (if other than Consignee) Nom et Addresse de l’acheteur (s’il differe du destinataire) NO SALE INVOLVED

ABC MACHINE COMPANY / BOOTH 210 INTERNATIONAL MACHINERY SHOW C/O METRO TORONTO CONVENTION CENTRE SOUTH BLDG

6

Country of Transhipment / Pays de transborderment N/A

222 BREMNER BLVD TOROTNO, ON M5V 2E6

7

Country of Origin of Goods Pays d’origine des marchandises

U.S.A. 9

Condition of Sales and Terms of Payment (i.e. Sale, Consignment Shipment, Leased Goods, etc.) Conditions de vente et modalities de paiement (p. Ex. Vente, Expedition en consignation, location de marchandises, etc.)

10

Currency of Settlement / Devises du paiement

VII. 1 Is this a related company transaction? Est-ce que les compagnies sont liees entre elles? YES

8

OUI

NO

If shipment includes goods of different origins enter origins against items in 12 Si l’expedition comprend des marchandises d’origines differentes, en preciser la provenance en 12

NON

Transportation: Give Mode and Place of Direct Shipment to Canada Transport: Preciser mode et lieu d’expedition directe vers le Canada

USD GES LOGISTICS NEW YORK, NY

11. No. of Pkgs. Nbre. de colis

12

Specification of Commodities (Kind of Packages) Marks and Numbers, General Description and Characteristics i.e. Grade Quality) Designation des articles (Nature des colis, marques et numeros, description generale et caracteristiques. P. Ex. Classe, qualite)

13 Quantity (State Unit) Quantite (Preciser l’unite)

Relacement Value Valeur de Remplacement 14 Unit Price Prix Unitaire

3 PCS 1 PC

WOODEN CRATES-COMPUTERS (CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION ATTACHED) CRATE-COMPUTER MONITOR (CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION ATTACHED) CARTON-ADVERTISING LITERATURE

1 PC 1 PC

18

19

Total

3

$1,000.00

$3,000.00

1

$

500.00

$

500.00

1,000

$

0.10

$

100.00

50

$

0.50

$

25.00

CARTON-PLASTIC KEY CHAINS / BOOKS

XI.1 Total Number of Pieces / Nombre total de pieces

15

6

If any fields of 1 to 17 are included on an attached commercial invoice, check this box / Si les renseignements des zones 1 a 17 figurenet sur la facture commerciale cocher cette case Commercial Invoice No. / No. De la facture commerciale Exporter’s Name and Address (if other than Vendor) Nom et adresse de l’exportateur (s’il differe du vendeur)

20

16. Total Weight / Poids total 1,500bs. kgs. Net. Weight

Gross Wt./ Brut

N/A

1,500 lbs

17. Invoice Total Total de la facture

Originator (Name and Address) Expediteur d’origine (Nome et adresse) ABC MACHINE COMPANY 100-5TH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10012-1010

21

Departmental Ruling (if applicable) Decision ministerielle (s’il y a lieu) N/A

Contact: BILL SMITH Tel:

212-268-2140

Fax: 212-268-2511

Page B

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CANADA CUSTOMS INVOICE / FACTURE DES DOUANNES CANADIENNES 1

Vendor (Name and Address) / Vendeur (Nom et Adresse)

Date of Direct Shipment to Canada Date d’expedition directe vers le Canada

3

Other References (Include Purchaser’s Order No.) Autres references (inclure le no de commande de l’acheteur)

Consignee (Name and Address) / Destinataire (Nom et Addresse)

6 7

Purchaser’s Name and Address (if other than Consignee) Nom et Addresse de l’acheteur (s’il differe du destinataire)

Country of Transhipment / Pays de transborderment Country of Origin of Goods Pays d’origine des marchandises

8

OUI

NO

Condition of Sales and Terms of Payment (i.e. Sale, Consignment Shipment, Leased Goods, etc.) Conditions de vente et modalities de paiement (p. Ex. Vente, Expedition en consignation, location de marchandises, etc.)

10

Currency of Settlement / Devises du paiement

NON

Transportation: Give Mode and Place of Direct Shipment to Canada Transport: Preciser mode et lieu d’expedition directe vers le Canada

11. No. of Pkgs. Nbre. de colis

12

If shipment includes goods of different origins enter origins against items in 12 Si l’expedition comprend des marchandises d’origines differentes, en preciser la provenance en 12

9 VII. 1 Is this a related company transaction? Est-ce que les compagnies sont liees entre elles? YES

of de

2

5 4

Page

Specification of Commodities (Kind of Packages) Marks and Numbers, General Description and Characteristics i.e. Grade Quality) Designation des articles (Nature des colis, marques et numeros, description generale et caracteristiques. P. Ex. Classe, qualite)

13 Quantity (State Unit) Quantite (Preciser l’unite)

Relacement Value Valeur de Remplacement 14 Unit Price Prix Unitaire

15

Total

XI.1 Total Number of Pieces / Nombre total de pieces 18

If any fields of 1 to 17 are included on an attached commercial invoice, check this box / Si les renseignements des zones 1 a 17 figurenet sur la facture commerciale cocher cette case

16. Total Weight / Poids total lbs. kgs. Net. Weight

19

21

Commercial Invoice No. / No. De la facture commerciale Exporter’s Name and Address (if other than Vendor) Nom et adresse de l’exportateur (s’il differe du vendeur)

Departmental Ruling (if applicable) Decision ministerielle (s’il y a lieu)

20

17. Invoice Total Total de la facture

Gross Wt./ Brut

Originator (Name and Address) Expediteur d’origine (Nome et adresse)

Contact: Tel:

Fax:

Page B1

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ELECTRICAL ORDER FORM AMERICAN UROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION SEPTEMBER 12 – 16, 2012 8255-34317

5675 MCLAUGHLIN ROAD, MISSISSAUGA, ON L5R 3K5 P: 905.283.0550 F: 905.283.0551 TOLL FREE 1.855.746.9832 www.showtech.ca

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE: AUGUST 28, 2012

SCCN SITE OFFICE: 905.357.7006

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION COMPANY NAME: ___________________________________________________________________________

BOOTH #: _______________________

Address: __________________________________________________________________________

Phone#: _______________________

City: ___________________________________________Province/State: ______________________

Fax #:

_______________________

Postal Code/Zip: _________________ Contact Name: ______________________________________

E-mail:

_______________________

PAYMENT INFORMATION

This is your official receipt/invoice. Orders will only be accepted if paid in full. Incomplete orders cannot be processed. Company cheques will only be accepted by the Discount Price Deadline Date. SHOWTECH reserves the right to adjust orders not calculated accurately or received after the deadline date. Bank transfers please add $25.00 bank charge to your payment. Payment: Visa 

Master Card 

American Express 

Cheque  Payable to SHOWTECH

CREDIT CARD # CARDHOLDER CARDHOLDER CREDIT CARD NAME: ___________________________________ SIGNATURE: ________________________________ EXPIRY DATE: _________/_____ HST: R104060264 I AUTHORIZE CHARGING ANY UNPAID BALANCE TO MY CREDIT CARD MONTH YEAR

QUOTATION: SIGN/BANNER HANGING:

PLEASE COMPLETE ENCLOSED FORM AND RETURN PRIOR TO DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE.

RENTAL POWER POWER INSTALLED AT THE BACK OF BOOTH – NO LAYOUT REQUIRED

CODE

QUANTITY

DISCOUNT PRICE

REGULAR PRICE

AMOUNT

1500 watt, 120 volt duplex outlet, approx 12 amps E1500 $ 140.00 $ 189.00 15amp, 120 volt outlet CS120115 $ 167.00 $ 225.00 24 hour, 1500 watt, 120 volt duplex outlet E150024 $ 212.00 $ 286.00 20 amp, 120 volt duplex outlet CS120120 $ 225.00 $ 304.00 15ft extension cord – power order required E15 $ 23.00 $ 23.00 UNDERCARPET POWER – ATTACHED BOOTH LAYOUT FORM REQUIRED 1500 watt, 120 volt duplex outlet, approx 12 amps E1500U $ 173.00 $ 234.00 15amp, 120 volt outlet CS120115U $ 200.00 $ 270.00 24 hour, 1500 watt, 120 volt duplex outlet E150024U $ 246.00 $ 332.00 OVERHEAD POWER – ATTACHED BOOTH LAYOUT FORM REQUIRED 1500 watt, 120 volt duplex outlet, approx 12 amps E1500V $ 173.00 $ 234.00 15amp, 120 volt outlet CS120115V $ 200.00 $ 270.00 24 hour, 1500 watt, 120 volt duplex outlet E150024V $ 246.00 $ 332.00 SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS – CONTACT SHOWTECH 3 WEEKS PRIOR TO MOVE-IN DATE FOR QUOTATIONS BUILDING VOLTAGE: 120-208-600 VOLTS (OTHER VOLTAGES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST) AMPS/ WATTS/ HP/ KW VOLTS PHASE QUANTITY QUOTED UNIT PRICE

RENTAL LIGHTING DESCRIPTION

1 – 8ft adjustable stand c/w Two–150 watt quartz floodlights Ceiling mounted 575 watt Source 4 floodlight SYSTEM & BOOTH LIGHTING – HARD WALL REQUIRED NEW - 24 watt LED black arm light fixture, equivalent to a 200 watt quartz light fixture 3ft track c/w 3-150 watt quartz floodlights – fascia required

AMOUNT

L2150 L1000

$ 115.00 $ 268.00

$ 155.00 $ 362.00

LLEDA

$ 91.00

$ 123.00

LT3150

$ 181.00

$ 244.00 SUB-TOTAL

$

+13% HST APPLICABLE ON ALL ITEMS

$

TOTAL AMOUNT PAYABLE - CANADIAN FUNDS

SEE BACK OF FORM FOR TERMS & CONDITIONS

FORM 103

ECRA/ESA LIC

$

7000267,56 REV 2011


SIGN/BANNER HANGING ORDER FORM AMERICAN UROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION SEPTEMBER 12 – 16, 2012 8255-34317

5675 MCLAUGHLIN ROAD, MISSISSAUGA, ON L5R 3K5 P: 905.283.0550 F: 905.283.0551 TOLL FREE 1.855.746.9832 www.showtech.ca

DISCOUNT PRICE DEADLINE DATE: AUGUST 28, 2012

SCCN SITE OFFICE: 905.357.7006

STEP 1 - EXHIBITOR INFORMATION COMPANY NAME: ___________________________________________________________________________

BOOTH #: _______________________

Address: __________________________________________________________________________

Phone#: _______________________

City: ___________________________________________Province/State: ______________________

Fax #:

_______________________

Postal Code/Zip: _________________ Contact Name: ______________________________________

E-mail:

_______________________

PAYMENT INFORMATION

This is your official receipt/invoice. Orders will only be accepted if paid in full. Incomplete orders cannot be processed. Company cheques will only be accepted by the Discount Price Deadline Date. SHOWTECH reserves the right to adjust orders not calculated accurately or received after the deadline date. Bank transfers please add $25.00 bank charge to your payment. Payment: Visa 

Master Card 

American Express 

Cheque  Payable to SHOWTECH

CREDIT CARD # CARDHOLDER CARDHOLDER CREDIT CARD NAME: ___________________________________ SIGNATURE: ________________________________ EXPIRY DATE: _________/_____ HST: R104060264 I AUTHORIZE CHARGING ANY UNPAID BALANCE TO MY CREDIT CARD MONTH YEAR

STEP 2 – QUOTATION INFORMATION TO RECEIVE QUOTATION PLEASE COMPLETE THIS SECTION AND FAX TO - 905.283.0551 FOR ASSISTANCE CONTACT OUR SITE OFFICE – 416.688.6326 **Please check your Exhibitor’s Manual for any Show Restrictions and obtain necessary approvals from Show Management PRIOR to requesting a quotation**. ALL SUSPENDED ITEMS MUST BE COMPLETED BY SHOWTECH PRIOR TO AISLE CARPET PLACEMENT. LARGE/HEAVY SIGNS MUST BE INSTALLED PRIOR TO BOOTH SET-UP.

NOTE: Exhibitors are responsible for the collection of their signage after Show close. SHOWTECH is not responsible for loss or storage of signage at show completion. Special instructions should be sent under separate cover.

Quantity:___________

Vertical:______________↕

Horizontal:____________↔ Weight:__________ lbs.

(please specify ft. or in.)

OVERHEAD VIEW OF SIGN/BANNER LOCATION

(please specify ft. or in.)

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SECTION

Back of Booth

1. Banner:

____

Triangle sign:

Square sign:

____ Round sign:

____ ____ Other __

2. Height from floor to bottom of sign _____________________↕ 3. Material of sign/s ___________________________________ 4. Power required __________ Amps/Volts ________________ 5. Has this sign be hung before at SCCN __________________ 6. If yes, which show __________________________________

Front of Booth

STEP 3 –QUOTATION ESTIMATE Please complete STEPS 1,2 & 3, initial acceptance of quote in *Total Estimate section below and return by fax to 905.283.0551. This quotation is based on the above information. $ ___________________________________

$ ______________________________

$ ________________________________

Sign Estimate

Power Cost for sign +13 HST

*Total Estimate based on information above. (Subject to change on site)_____________

+13% HST

SEE BACK OF FORM FOR TERMS & CONDITIONS

FORM 103

ECRA/ESA LIC

7000267,57 REV 2011


Booth Layout Form RETURN TO: SHOWTECH POWER & LIGHTING • mhawerchuk@showtech.ca or F: 905.283.0551 5675 McLaughlin Rd Mississauga, ON L5R 3K5 P: 905.283.0550 · F: 905.283.0551

DO NOT USE THIS FORM IF YOU HAVE ORDERED POWER TO BE PLACED AT THE 'BACK OF BOOTH'

Electrical/Overhead Lights/Signage

Booth #/s

Show Name: Show Dates:

Facility:

COMPANY

E-MAIL ADDRESS

X AUTHORIZED CONTACT SIGNATURE

AUTHORIZED CONTACT NAME (PLEASE PRINT)

PHONE NUMBER

DATE

SHOWTECH must receive this booth layout form along with your completed order form to ensure proper placement of services in your Booth.

Use this grid to indicate placement of SHOWTECH services and your product: • Use bold lines to indicate the outline of your booth. • Circle the correct booth type and fill in the proper orientation around your booth. INLINE BOOTH PENINSULA BOOTH ISLAND BOOTH • Indicate the dimensions of your booth _______________ 10 x 10-1 square = 1 foot, 20 x 20-1 square = 2 feet , 40 x 40-1 square = 4 feet etc. • Overhead or Undercarpet outlets - Draw a "O" for overhead or "U" for undercarpet placement. • 1000 watt quartz floodlight - Draw arrow/s to indicate light direction. • Sign/Banner hanging - Draw line to indicate location. Example

2-O

1-U Product

Adjacent Booth or Aisle Number: _____________

Adjacent Booth or Aisle Number: _____________

BACK OF BOOTH Indicate Adjacent Booth or Aisle Number:_____________

FRONT OF BOOTH Indicate Adjacent Booth or Aisle Number: _____________ All orders are governed by the SHOWTECH Payment Policy and Terms Conditions of Contract as specified on order form or website.

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SHOWTECH TERMS & CONDITIONS GENERAL: The Centre’s and/or it’s agents reserve the right to inspect any and all equipment and materials which a tenant may wish to have connected to the Centre’s power sources and/or may wish to use while in the building. Only an authorized SHOWTECH tradesperson is permitted to make a connection to any of the Centre’s electrical or mechanical sources. No electrical/mechanical equipment shall be restarted after failure until a SHOWTECH tradesperson has found and corrected the cause of the malfunction. All material and equipment supplied by SHOWTECH shall remain the property of the Company. The exhibitor shall be held responsible for loss of such materials as are associated with his/her booth, and shall compensate SHOWTECH in the event of loss or damage. Customer Account information will not be disclosed to third parties. SERVICE ORDER REQUEST AND PAYMENT: 1. All orders must be paid in full at the time of ordering. Orders that do not include payment will be regarded as incomplete and will not be processed. We accept valid credit cards or cash, company cheques can only be accepted if accompanied by a valid credit card number and signature. Personal cheques will not be accepted on show site. Purchase orders are not considered payment. 2. Due to the temporary nature of the installation all disputes / claims must be brought to the attention of SHOWTECH PRIOR to show close. 3. SHOWTECH conducts an installation audit of power supplied to all exhibits. Exhibitors using power not ordered on our order form will be required to pay Regular Price for electrical service to continue. Exhibitors exceeding power consumption ordered will be required to pay for additional consumption. Power may be disconnected pending receipt of full payment. A reconnection fee of $40.00 will be required. 4. Failure to provide all the necessary information requested on this form may result in a delay of service installation. 5. Additional and/or special electrical/mechanical requirements are available on request and shall be supplied at an hourly rate charged for labour plus the cost of material used. Rates quoted by SHOWTECH are in Canadian funds and include installation, service while in use, and removal. 6. REFUNDS/CANCELLATIONS: a. If services have already been provided at the time of cancellation, original charges will apply. b. No refunds on unused outlets or lights installed as ordered. c. Refunds will not be considered unless the exhibitor has notified a SHOWTECH representative of any problem with our service or product on site prior to the show close. d. No refund on services that require advance planning i.e. special electrical circuits, transformers, special lighting and non-electrical items. 7. Third Party Order (Exhibitor appointed Contractors). It is understood and agreed that the exhibiting firm is ultimately responsible for payment of services. In the event that the named third party does not pay amount owing by the move-in time, charges will revert to the exhibiting company. ELECTRICAL: 1. In-line and peninsula outlets are installed at the back of booth. If you require them elsewhere, extension cords will be available at SHOWTECH’S service area for a nominal charge. There will be a surcharge for outlets/feeders fed under carpets (see order form). 2. Island booth outlets will be placed in one main location per exhibitor’s floor plan. If a plan is not provided, the outlets will be installed at our discretion. 3. All electrical power is turned off approximately 1 hour after show closes and turned on approximately 1 hour prior to show opening. If you require power on a 24-hour basis, please indicate on order form in space provided. 4. Wall, column and permanent building receptacles are not part of the booth space. Exhibitors utilizing these receptacles will be charged for their use. 5. Sharing power from an adjoining booth is not permitted. 6. All electrical connections, installation, motor connections or any electrical operating equipment must conform to all Canadian Standards Association requirements and the Canadian Electrical Code. The use of two wire ungrounded extension cords are prohibited. Extension cords must be #14 gauge, 3-wire grounded cords. 7. All electrical equipment must have a nameplate attached showing the operating voltage, phase, hertz, ampere/wattage/horsepower/kilowatts and full load current and C.S.A. or Electrical Safety Authority approval sticker. 8. SHOWTECH is not responsible for damages or expenses incurred due to power surges, spikes or loss of power. Exhibitors are encouraged to supply their own surge protection equipment. 9. A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFI) must protect all 120 volt electrical equipment and devices within 6 feet of a water/liquid source. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to supply their own GFI. ELECTRICAL SAFETY REGULATIONS: It is a requirement of the Electrical Safety Code that any equipment, which is being displayed, offered for sale or used in any show, convention, or similar exhibition MUST BE APPROVED. Without this approval, SHOWTECH cannot provide electrical services. For further information, contact the Electrical Safety Authority – www.esa-safe.com click on “Electrical Product Safety”, then “Product Approval Requirements or call 877.372.7233. MECHANICAL: 1. All mechanical equipment shall have a nameplate attached thereto showing approval by the applicable Provincial Authority. 2. All installations and connections to be made to the Centre’s sources of natural gas, compressed air, water and all connections to drains, must be made by an authorized SHOWTECH tradesperson. 3. Mechanical services are only turned on during Show Hours. 4. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to ensure that all pollutants, hazardous wastes, contaminated water etc. is disposed of by a Government Licensed firm for the appropriate waste product.

DIVISION OF GES Exposition Services (Canada) Limited

ECRA/ESA LIC 7000267

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Telecommunications Service Order Form For Telecommunications -Telephone & Internet Service please complete this form Event Information Advance Rate Deadline

Event ID #

Name of Show Show Dates

Booth(s) #

Contact Name

Company Name

Address

Province/State

City

Postal/Zip Code

Phone Number

Fax Number

Email Address

Method of Payment (Credit card payments are subject to a 4% service charge) Card Type (Except Amex)

Expiry Date

Credit Card # Cardholders Name

As appears on Credit Card

Cardholders Signature

IMPORTANT Unless otherwise specified, services are placed in the most convenient locations(s) as determined by the Scotiabank Convention Centre. To ensure accurate placement of services, please attach a booth map or floor plan sketch to this order form. In order to qualify for Advanced Rates, this form must be received within 3 weeks (21 days) prior to move-in of the event.

Rates Quantity

Service Type

Advanced Rate

Regular Rate

1 - IP Digital Phone Service with Handset

$150/Event

$200/Event

1 - Basic Analog Phone Service (handset not included)

$150/Event

$200/Event

1 - Basic Analog Phone Line for Debit Machine

$150/Event

$150/Event

Voicemail Box (Must use IP Phone)

$10/Event

$15/Event

Standard Wired Internet Connection

$250/Event

$300/Event

High-speed Wireless Internet Connection with 1 IP Address

$150/Event

$200/Event

Additional Standard Wired Internet Connection

$100/Event

$100/Event

$60/Hour

$60/Hour

IT Technical Support

Total

Scotiabank Convention Centre Use Only GST #

Sub-total

$

Submission Date

HST 13%

$

Customers Signature

Total Paid

$

Please refer to booth layout form to indicate approximate location of service placement within the booth with an X and any neighboring booth numbers. If no location is provided within 7 days before the show move-in date, our services will be placed in the most convenient location and the customer will then be responsible for the placement of services. A charge of 20% of the standard rate will be applied per service ordered for any changes, moves or cancellation 14 days prior to show opening.

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Telecommunications Service Order Form 10 x 10 Booth Layout Form Exhibitor Information Name of Show

Event ID #

Show Dates On-site Contact Name (please print)

Booth(s) #

Phone Number

Company Name

Email Address Cardholders Signature

Date

Scotiabank Convention Centre must receive this booth layout along with completed order form(s) to ensure proper placement of services in your Booth. Use the grid provided below to indicate placement of telecommunication services phone and internet. Adjacent Booth or Aisle Number: ________________

Adjacent Booth or Aisle Number: ________________

Left

Adjacent Booth or Aisle Number: ________________

Right

Back

Front Adjacent Booth or Aisle Number: ________________

SUBMIT VIA EMAIL

Or save, print and fax completed forms to the Scotiabank Convention Centre at 905.357.6212

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Telecommunications Order Form SCCN Instructions & Conditions for Telecommunications |Instructions for Processing the Order Form a) b)

Exhibitor information and method of payment must be filled out completely and clearly. Payment in full for services must accompany the order form and be in CANADIAN FUNDS.

|Advanced Rate, Regular Rate and Labour Rates (Rates are based on a max. of 5 days. For services over 5 days please contact Event Manager, at 905.357.6222, for pricing.) a) b) c) d)

Advance Rate – In order to receive the advance rate, a completed order form with payment must be received by the Facilities Department of the SCCN no less than twenty one (21) days prior to the first day of the scheduled exhibitor move-in. NO EXCEPTIONS. Regular Rate – The regular rate will apply for orders received within twenty one (21) days or during the event. Labour Rates – SCCN IT Technicians’ service hours are Monday to Friday between 7am and 5 pm. Should a technician be required during off hours, service charges may apply. Contact Event Manager for rates. Labour rates for SCCN IT Technicians’ will be charged in one-hour increments. Services are provided in the most convenient manner for the SCCN Technicians. Special placement, connections, and/or changes after the initial installation will require additional labour and material charges.

|Regulations and Limitations of Liability a) b) c) d)

e)

f)

Exhibitors are not permitted to share any type of telecommunication services. All orders must be placed individually. All electronic equipment must conform to all federal, provincial and local electrical and fire codes. Delivery of services, equipment or products ordered less that 21 days in advance of your event may not be guaranteed by the SCCN. Exhibitors shall not permit any of its users or other third parties to: a) Restrict or inhibit any other user from using and enjoying the internet. Post or transmit any unlawful, threatening, abusive, libelous, defamatory, obscene, pornographic, or profane information of any kind, including without limitation any transmissions constituting or encouraging conduct that would constitute a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability, or otherwise violate any provincial, federal or international law, including without limitation, export control laws and regulations. Post or transmit any information or software that contains a virus, worm or other harmful component. b) Upload, post, publish, transmit, reproduce or distribute in any way, information, software or other material obtained through the internet which is protected by copyright or other proprietary right, without obtaining permission of the copyright owner or right holder. c) Abuse or fraudulent use of the internet in any way not specifically set forth above. The service is provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis without warranties of any kind, either express or implied. No advice or information given by the SCCN Technician or its internet service provider or their affiliates or their contractors or their respective employees shall create a warranty. Neither the SCCN nor its telecommunications service provider warrants that the service will be uninterrupted or error free or that any information, software or other material accessible on the internet is free of viruses, worms, trojan horses or other harmful components. Under no circumstances shall the SCCN or its telecommunications service provider be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special punitive or consequential damages that result in any way from Exhibitor’s or its users’ use of or inability to use the service or to access the internet or any part thereof, or Exhibitor’s or its users’ reliance on or use of information, services or merchandise provided on or through the service, or that result from mistakes, omissions, interruptions, deletion of files, errors, defects, delays in operation, or transmission, or any failure of performance.

|Services and Equipment Procedures a) b) c) d) e)

Shared High Speed Internet Connection – The Internet is a shared environment and as such actual speed will vary. Shared Wireless High Speed Internet Connection – Accessing this connection is dedicated to first computer connected, it is not transferable. The internet is shared environment as such actual speed will vary. Connecting to the Shared High Speed, Shared Wireless High Speed - IP address for the Exhibitor’s computer will be issued automatically using DHCP. It is the responsibility of the Exhibitor to ensure their computer is properly configured for the internet connection. Additional IP Addresses – All devices that are used on the network for Internet Access shall require an IP Address that is assigned by the SCCN IT Department. To share the connection with more than one computer a hub is required. Client can provide hub or it can be rented from SCCN. No active network devices i.e. routers, proxy servers or wireless access points or routers, bridges, etc. are permitted on the shared internet connection. Any active network devices i.e. routers, proxy services or wireless access points, bridges, etc. must be approved by the SCCN IT Department. Any use of this equipment without approval will have the service disconnected and will be subject to additional charges.

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Telecommunications Order Form SCCN Instructions & Conditions for Telecommunications |Services and Equipment Procedures Continued … f) g) h)

i) j) k)

Any equipment that is found to be causing disruptions to any part of the SCCN infrastructure will be removed and not reinstated until the problem has been rectified to the satisfaction of the SCCN IT Department. Exhibitor may be subject to additional charges to correct problem. Material and equipment provided by the SCCN for this order shall remain the property of the SCCN. Exhibitors are responsible for the safekeeping of equipment during the show and returning the SCCN rented equipment at the end of the show. Equipment Rental – The rented equipment will not be dropped off in booth until an “Equipment Rental Agreement” is signed by Exhibitor on-site accepting the equipment. If the equipment is lost or damaged, the replacement cost will be determined based on the equipment in question. No applications or other software may be downloaded or installed on the computers without prior consent. If applications or software are downloaded or installed on a computer, additional charges may be applied. Only the SCCN personnel are authorized to modify system wiring or cabling. Any damage to cables or equipment will be billed to the exhibiting firm, plus an administration fee. If requesting internet connections to be placed in particular locations additional labour charges will apply and a detailed drawing must be provided. If cable(s) need to be run under carpets, arrangements must be made with the show services provider to have carpet cut. Internet Service requirements/client responsibilities – It is the responsibility of the client to provide the following: i. Computers, workstations, etc. Electrical services for your booth, room or service location. ii. Standard 10/100 base T Ethernet Network Interface Card (RJ45 Interface) or wireless 802.11GN network interface card for each computer. Network Driver: (TCP/IP). Proper configuration of computer equipment for TCP/IP Connection. iii. Up-to-date Virus Protection Software must be installed and active on all computers connected to the Internet. Failure to have Virus Protection Software installed and running may result in your connection being suspended until software is installed or activated.

|Payment Pricing, Refunds, and Service Charges a) b) c) d) e) f)

PAYMENT IN FULL: Exhibitors will be required to pay in full for services, prior to the show. PRICING: The SCCN reserves the right to adjust pricing on orders if calculated inaccurately or received after the deadline date for the advance rate. CREDIT CARD: Exhibitors paying by credit card: Completion of this form with an authorized signature constitutes authorization for the payment of services ordered. CHEQUE: Exhibitors paying by cheque: Payment for services made by company or personal cheque will only be accepted 21 days prior to the first scheduled move-in day. Personal cheques must be certified. Make cheque payable to: Scotiabank Convention Centre. REFUNDS: Services ordered, installed but not used will not be refunded. SERVICE CHARGE(S): There will be a $50.00 service charge for NSF cheques declined or incorrect credit card information.

|Cancellation, Claims and Discrepancies Policy a) b)

Any services or special ordered items cancelled within 5 days of the show opening will be charged a cancellation fee, price to be quoted. Orders cancelled on-site will be charged full amount for the service requested on the signed and agreed order form. All claims or discrepancies must be presented by the Exhibitor to the SCCN site desk, located on the main floor of the north building, prior to the show closing. Claims will not be considered once show has closed.

|Exclusivity and Legal Entity a) b)

The SCCN is the exclusive supplier of all electrical, telecommunications (data, internet, telephone, cabling and satellite services), sign banner installation, utility services within our facility. The SCCN is operated by the Scotiabank Convention Centre Authority.

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Exhibitor Parking Pass Order Form For Pre-paid Parking please complete this form Event Information Advance Deadline

Event ID #

Name of Show Show Dates

Booth(s) #

Contact Name

Company Name

Address

Province/State

City

Postal/Zip Code

Phone Number

Fax Number

Email Address

Method of Payment (Credit card payments are subject to a 4% service charge) Card Type

Expiry Date

Credit Card #

Cardholders Name

As appears on Credit Card

Cardholders Signature

Payment Notice This form is your official invoice. Orders will only be accepted if paid in full, in Canadian Dollars, by either credit card or company cheque. Orders paid by the company will only be accepted 14 days prior to the first scheduled move-in date.

Rates Quantity

Parking

Rate

Single Automobile - 2 Day Pass

$15

Single Automobile - 3 Day Pass

$20

Single Automobile - 4 Day Pass

$25

Single Automobile - 5 Day Pass

$30

GST #

Sub-total

$

Submission Date

HST 13%

$

Total Paid

$

Customers Signature Parking Information│

The Scotiabank Convention Centre offers you and your guests nearly 900 parking spaces. The Centre parking is conveniently located next to our facilities and is easily accessed from the intersection of Stanley Avenue and Livingston St (see map). Guests will be able to rely on Centre parking attendants to provide support at pay stations and entry/exit points during special events and/or tradeshows. Exhibitor parking passes provide in and out privileges and can be obtained at the Show Services Office during move in/set-up. For more than 5 day parking please contact the Event Management Department for pricing. Parking accommodates standard passenger vehicles (cars, half-ton trucks and vans) however; oversized sports utility vehicles and other vehicles may exceed the SCCN space restriction. The Scotiabank Convention Centre offers guest 37 short term parking space with two barrier free parking spaces, 4 electric car charging ports, 11 bus spaces, 19 barrier free long term parking spaces and 823 standard passenger vehicles spaces.

SCCN Address: 6815 Stanley Ave, Niagara Falls, Ontario, L2G 3Y9

SUBMIT VIA EMAIL

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Janitorial Service Order Form For Janitorial Service please complete this form Event Information Advance Rate Deadline

Event ID #

Name of Show Show Dates

Booth(s) #

Contact Name

Company Name

Address

Province/State

City

Postal/Zip Code

Phone Number

Fax Number

Email Address

Method of Payment (Credit card payments are subject to a 4% service charge) Card Type (Except Amex)

Expiry Date

Credit Card # Cardholders Name

As appears on Credit Card

Cardholders Signature All orders must be prepaid in full – On-site orders add 25% - Please retain a copy of your order form as credit card receipts will not be provided

Rates All rates include basic vacuuming, dusting, cleaning of tables and emptying of wastebaskets Pre Show Clean

$25 per 8x10 or 10X10 Booth

x

# of Booths

=

$

Overnight Clean

$25 per 8x10 or 10X10 Booth

x

# of Booths

=

$

After Show Clean

$25 per 8x10 or 10X10 Booth

x

# of Booths

=

$

$25.00 (Per Pick-up)

x

# of Booths

=

$

Additional Waste Removal Special Requirements

All prices are in Canadian funds. Additional charges apply for carpet in need of special attention due to food sampling demonstrations, hair, wood, metal shavings, grease or oil. The Scotiabank Convention Centre is the exclusive provider of all cleaning services. External companies (including display houses) are prohibited from performing any type of janitorial services within the building.

Scotiabank Convention Centre Use Only GST #

Sub-total

$

Submission Date

HST 13%

$

Customers Signature

Total Paid

$

Or save, print and fax completed forms to the Scotiabank Convention Centre at 905.357.6212

SUBMIT VIA EMAIL

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Authorization Request Sample Food and/or Beverage Distribution Please complete this form to receive authorization to distribute food and/or beverage not purchased through the Centerplate - Food and Beverage Department at the Scotiabank Convention Centre (SCCN). Centerplate has exclusive food and beverage distribution rights within the Scotiabank Convention Centre. Exposition sponsoring organizations and/or exhibitors may distribute SAMPLE food and/or beverage products ONLY upon written authorization and adherence to ALL of the conditions outlined below. Centerplate and the Scotiabank Convention Centre (SCCN) will NOT be responsible for the quality or state of the food or beverage served by an authorized vendor. Vendors are responsible for all booth rental fees, electrical, plumbing, drayage and all other Scotiabank Convention Centre (SCCN) services.

|General Conditions – Non Food Industry Related Shows 1.

Items dispensed are limited to products manufactured, processed or distributed by exhibiting firm and are related to the purpose of the show.

2.

All items are limited to SAMPLE SIZE and must be dispensed and distributed in accordance with Local Public Health Codes. a) b)

3.

Sample or promotional non-alcoholic beverage must be approved by Centerplate and will be limited to a maximum 1oz/118ml sample size. Sample food items limited to bite size (2x2 inches/ 5x5cm or 1oz/ 59g portion).

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES not purchased through the Food & Beverage Department that are manufactured, processed or distributed by the exhibitor and are related to the purpose if the show may be sampled if the following policies are strictly adhered to: a) b) c)

A charge of $600 per day, per distribution location will be paid to Centerplate at the Scotiabank Convention Centre (SCCN), in full prior to show/event. This fee in non-negotiable and non-refundable. Vendors are responsible for Provincial Laws (LLBO) pertaining to the distribution of alcohol and may be asked for proof of Exhibitor Insurance. Sample must be 2oz/59ml or less and served in disposable cups. No cans or bottles will be permitted.

4.

Sponsorships of donations involving Food and/or Beverage products are subject to “Loss of Revenue/User Fee” for food products and “Corkage Fee” for beverage products. This charge is determined based on the individual show or event.

5.

Food and/or beverage items used as traffic promoters (i.e. popcorn, coffee, bar service) MUST be purchased from the Exclusive Caterer – Centerplate.

|General Conditions – Food Industry Related Shows 1.

Items dispensed are limited to products manufactured, processed or distributed by exhibiting company.

2.

All items are limited to SAMPLE SIZE and must be dispensed/distributed in accordance with Local Public Health Codes. a) b) c) d)

Non-alcoholic beverages are limited to a maximum of 4oz/118ml and alcoholic beverages are limited to a maximum of 2oz/59ml sample size, served in disposable cups. No cans or bottles will be permitted. Sample food items limited to bite size (2x2 inches/ 5x5cm or 2oz/ 59g portion). Vendors MUST submit proof if having Liability insurance for exhibiting and must name Centerplate and the Scotiabank Convention Centre (SSCN) as additional insured, and are responsible for provincial Laws (LLBO) pertaining to the distribution of alcohol. Samples are distributed from exhibit booth.

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Authorization Request Sample Food and/or Beverage Distribution If you do not meet the conditions listed on the pervious page, the following policies apply

|Loss of Revenue Any food and beverage brought in the premises without WRITTEN authorization for Centerplate at the Scotiabank Convention Centre (SCCN) is strictly prohibited. 1.

2.

Requests for alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages brought on the premises for consumption at hosted banquet/booth events will incur a Corkage Fee equal to fifty percent (50%) of the Scotiabank Convention Centre (SCCN) retail pricing and is subject to all applicable taxes and service charges. Requests for all Food Products brought on the premises for consumption at hosted banquets/booth events will incur a Loss of Revenue/User Fee equal to fifty percent (50%) of the Scotiabank Convention Centre (SCCN) retail pricing and is subject to all applicable taxes and service charges.

|Unused Food or Beverage Product Unused food or beverage product that required pick-up or shipment after the show/event is the responsibility of the Company that is exhibiting the products. Absolutely NO REFUNDS of Loss of Revenue or Corkage Fees will be given for food and beverage products brought from outside are not the responsibility of and will NOT be provided by Centerplate or the Scotiabank Convention Centre (SCCN). If these services are required the following charges will be applicable and will be based on availability. a) b) c) d) e)

$90 per day/pallet for Refrigerated/Freezer and Dry Storage. $75 one-time handling fee for 1-4 skids and $135 handling fee for 5 or more skids. $35 delivery charge for each time a product is delivered (on a 2’x4’ cart) to the booth/room. $185 per hour for Kitchen Space. Kitchen Space is reserved on a first come first serve basis and based on availability. Additional charge for Rental of equipment, subject to availability.

For all Food and Beverage not purchased through Centerplate at the Scotiabank Convention Centre (SCCN), all standard fees mentioned above will be charged where applicable, including 18% Service Charge and Applicable Sales Tax.

The Company named below acknowledge they have sole responsibility for the use, servicing or other disposition of all food and beverage items (including alcoholic beverages) in compliance with all applicable policies and laws. Accordingly, the Company agrees to fully indemnify and hold harmless the Centerplate and the Scotiabank Convention Centre (SCCN) from liabilities, damages, losses, costs, expenses, legal fees and disbursements, penalties or fines resulting directly or indirectly from their use, servicing or other disposition of all food and beverage items (including alcoholic beverages). Name of Show Show Dates

Booth(s) #

Contact Name

Company Name

Address

Province/State

City

Postal/Zip Code

Phone Number

Fax Number

Email Address Item and Purpose of distribution, please include quantity, portion size and method of dispensing Remarks

Method of Payment (Credit card payments are subject to a 4% service charge) Card Type (Except Amex)

Expiry Date

Credit Card # Cardholders Name

As appears on Credit Card

Cardholders Signature

SUBMIT VIA EMAIL

Or save, print and fax completed forms to the Scotiabank Convention Centre at 905.357.6212

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Policy for Exhibitors/Display Companies We are thrilled to welcome you to our facility and trust that your time with us is successful. We pride ourselves in keeping the facility safe and in pristine condition. We appreciate your co-operation in adhering to the regulations listed below. 1.

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Alterations to any part of the structure of the Centre, or to items of furniture or equipment forming part of it, may not be made without prior written authorization from the event manager in each individual case. These prohibitions include the drilling of holes, mechanical fastening (nails, staples, push pins etc.), or adhesive fastening (tape, glue, sticky Velcro etc.), and the attaching in any manner of decals, promotional literature or items. Failure to comply will result in a $50.00 minimum penalty per occurrence to the client. Labour/Repair charges will apply to remove prohibited products from the SCCN property Use of masking, clear packaging and plastic based tape are prohibited. To secure booth flooring to Exhibit Floor, only cloth based tapes such as polyken or painters tape are acceptable. Labour/Repair charges will apply to remove prohibited tapes from the SCCN property. Helium balloons, animals, birds or pets of any description require written authorization. Sample food/or beverage products may not be distributed or sold by sponsoring organizations except upon written authorization. Please see the Sample food/or beverage exhibitor form. Passenger elevators and escalators ARE NOT TO BE USED for transporting freight or equipment from level to level. This includes hand dollies/ handcarts and hand carrying boxes, easels, chairs, tables etc. Protective footwear must be worn during move-in and move-out. At specific times, the Exhibit Floor (or parts therein) may be deemed as ‘Construction’ areas by the Show Manager. If you have been given permission to be on the floor at these times you will be required to wear an approved hard hat in the designated ‘Construction’ zone. When working higher than 3 meters (10 ft.) you must use fall protection. It is recommended, as a fire safety precaution, and for insurance purposes, no one under the age of 16 years to be allowed in the exhibit area during move-in/move-out. During move-in/move-out, exhibit halls, loading dock areas and back of the house service areas are considered hazardous work areas. As such, there shall be absolutely no drinking of alcoholic beverages, no horseplay and in general, any and all unsafe conditions or activities are to be corrected promptly Storage for crates or other materials are not provided in the Centre. Exhibitors must make their own arrangements. All materials, boxes, signs and other materials must not be sent to the centre prior to the official move-in date as specified in your exhibitor manual and must be removed upon the completion of the event. Use of pyrotechnics, hazer’s, fog/smoke machines, or any other special effect/activity requires SCCN approval at least 3 weeks in advance. The Event Manager will need a full production schedule including rehearsals. Labour charges will apply for a fire watch. Access to/or the use of the Exhibit Hall Floor ports is exclusive to SCCN staff and our Official Electrical/Mechanical service provider. Exhibitors are not permitted to use these for any purpose. Smoking is NOT PERMITTED anywhere inside or on the SCCN premises. You are required to report any unsafe conditions or accidents of which you have knowledge to a security guard or event management employee.

Scotiabank Convention Centre 6815 Stanley Avenue Niagara Falls, ON L2G 3Y9 Canada

Tel: Fax: Toll Free:

905.357.6222 905.357.6212 1.888.997.6222

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