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EXHIBITOR LOGISTICAL GUIDE

INSIDE DEC. 4 - 6, 2019

| NEW ORLEANS

Morial Convention Center | Halls B, C, D, E & F

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Produced by

MOVE IN, MOVE OUT

& General Show Info for Exhibitors

Move In and Move Out Guides Exhibitor Service Guide Show Schedule Restaurant Reservation Services and Discounts! Visitor Badge Guide 2020 Exhibit Space Selection ...and more!

NEW EXHIBIT HOURS Page 2

SEE INSIDE FOR A FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS

Get the full show schedule, exhibitor list, and more in the palm of your hands! Download the WorkBoat Show App, see page 14 for more details!


WELCOME TO THE 2019 INTERNATIONAL WORKBOAT SHOW!

FACILITY ADDRESS: Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 900 Convention Center Blvd. New Orleans, LA 70130 Tel: 504-582-3000 www.mccno.com

INSIDE THIS GUIDE: EXHIBITOR SERVICES.................................................. 3

SAFETY PROCEDURES.......................................... 11-12

Exhibitor Services Desk Exhibitor Badges for Booth Personnel Lead Retrieval Rental

Security of the Halls Security Tips on Safeguarding Booth Property International Workboat Show Emergency Response Plan Morial Convention Center Emergency Protocol

MOVE IN INFORMATION............................................4-5 Show Targeted Move-In Schedule Heavy Equipment Move-In Procedure for Commercial Carriers NEW Move-In Procedure for Self-Unloading Exhibitors Hand Carry Freight & Unloading from Parking Lots Parking Work Rules Empty Crate Storage

2019 SHOW & CONFERENCE SCHEDULE.................12 RESTAURANT & FOOD SERVICES GUIDE.................13

Concession Areas Inside the Convention Center Restaurants Within Walking Distance Restaurant Discounts Order Catering or Bar Services Reservations, Tours & Events, Transportation, Directions

2020 EXHIBIT SPACE SELECTION INFORMATION......5

2019 FLOORPLAN WITH KEY LOCATIONS............... 14-15

MARSHALLING YARD GUIDE........................................6

PARKING MAP.............................................................16

MOVE OUT INFORMATION...........................................7 Move-Out Schedule Empty Crate & Carton Return Material Handling Agreements NEW Move-Out Procedure for Self-Loading Exhibitors (POV) Move-Out Procedure for Commercial Carriers Shipping Instructions

GENERAL INFORMATION.............................................8 Airport Shuttle Booth Cleaning Business Center Coat Check Disability Access Hotel Reservations Internet and Wi-Fi Access Medical Services Show Survey New Transportation Center

NEW EXHIBIT HOURS Wednesday, December 4:

9:00am – 5:00pm

Thursday, December 5:

9:00am – 5:00pm

Friday, December 6:

10:00am – 2:00pm

Looking for your booth? Download the Mobile App!

For more information visit page 14.

SHOW REGULATIONS...................................................9 Alcohol Aisle Selling Children Age Requirement Demonstrations Floor Covering Helium Balloons Sound Limitation Photography Solicitation by Non-Exhibiting Companies Booth Design / Line of Sight Regulations WorkBoat Think Tank

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The International WorkBoat Show is produced by:

Visit Event Management at Lobby E, Room 111, or the Exhibit Sales Office located in the WorkBoat booth in Hall B, Booth 256.


EXHIBITOR SERVICES EXHIBITOR SERVICE DESKS

The Exhibitor Service Desks in the Great Hall Pre-function area can assist you with furniture, carpet, utilities, telecommunications, rigging, photography, AV, floral and catering services.

THE EXHIBITOR SERVICE DESKS ARE OPEN THE FOLLOWING HOURS: Saturday, Nov. 30 Sunday, Dec. 1 Monday, Dec. 2 Tuesday, Dec. 3 Wednesday, Dec. 4

8:00 am – 12:00 pm 8:00 am – 12:00 pm 8:00 am – 5:00 pm 8:00 am – 5:30 pm 7:00 am – 4:30 pm

Thursday, Dec. 5 Friday, Dec. 6 Saturday, Dec. 7 Sunday, Dec. 8 Monday, Dec. 9

8:00 am – 4:30 pm 8:00 am – 9:00 pm 8:00 am – 4:30 pm 8:00 am – 1:00 pm 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

EXHIBITOR BADGES FOR BOOTH PERSONNEL: During Move In: Badges are not required during move-in for exhibitors and exhibitor appointed contractors, but a photo ID will be required to receive a temporary work pass. Exhibitors will be required to have badges beginning on Wednesday, December 4th, to gain access to the exhibit hall. Exhibitors are encouraged to pick up badges on Exhibitor Registration Day, starting Monday, December 2nd at 3:00pm or on Tuesday the 3rd to avoid lines on opening morning.

2019 BADGE GUIDE Refer to this guide for identification of industries as indicated by badge color.

Registration Hours (Lobby E): Monday, December 2

3:00pm - 5:00pm (Exhibitors Only)

Tuesday, December 3

10:00am - 5:00pm (Exhibitors Only)

Wednesday, December 4

7:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday, December 5

8:00am - 5:00pm

Friday, December 6

9:00am - 1:30pm

HOW TO GET YOUR BADGE: Bring your registration confirmation(s) on your mobile device (or printed) to the registration area in Lobby E to print your badge(s). If you do not have your confirmation email, please contact our Registration Team, registration@divcom.com, to have them resent to you. One individual can pick up an entire groups staff badges. If you have not pre-registered your booth staff, please do so online to avoid lines in registration at the show: Visit www.workboatshow.com/manual, click on “Registration” tab. You’ll need your company name and password to order badges online. If you do not have your password please contact Customer Service, (207) 842-5504 or customerservice@divcom.com. LEAD RETRIEVAL RENTAL Maximize the return on your trade show investment and order XPress Lead Retrieval from Convention Data Services (CDS), the official lead retrieval provider and registration vendor for the International WorkBoat Show. Don’t rely on collecting business cards, because not everyone will carry them. XPress Lead Retrieval is the all-in-one solution for exhibitor lead management, as everyone will have a badge with a QR code to scan. Scan the badges as people enter your booth and build a

VESSEL OPERATOR COMMERCIAL FISHERMAN BOATBUILDING/REPAIR/MARINE CONSTRUCTION

PRESS INDUSTRY RELATED SERVICES MARINE SERVICES/MANUFACTURER/DISTRIBUTOR

EXHIBITOR

database of prospective customers, and use the follow up tools to rate each sales lead, take notes, select sales qualifiers, email the person, etc. For assistance at the show, please visit the Convention Data Services Lead Retrieval desk in the Pre-Function Great Hall.

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MOVE-IN INFORMATION SHOW TARGETED MOVE-IN SCHEDULE: Saturday, November 30

8:00am – 12:00pm

All machinery, or engines requiring crane service

Sunday , December 1

8:00am – 2:00pm

All booths 20' X 30' or larger

Monday, December 2

8:00am – 5:00pm

All booths 20' x 20' and smaller

Monday, December 2

12:00pm – 5:00pm

Do-it-yourself Exhibitors

Tuesday, December 3

8:00am – 4:30pm

Do it yourself exhibitors

ALL FREIGHT MUST BE MOVED IN BY 4:30 PM TUESDAY, DEC 3RD HEAVY EQUIPMENT Exhibitors with boats and large or heavy (over 5000lbs) equipment must call Bart Haley with Freeman to schedule a move-in time. Email: bart.haley@freeman.com or 770-560-7992. MOVE IN PROCEDURE FOR COMMERICAL CARRIERS The Marshalling Yard is located at 1315 Tchoupitoulas St., Lot I, New Orleans, LA PROCEDURE • All carries must proceed to the Freeman Marshalling Yard. • After your vehicle is parked, driver should report to the Freeman office in Lot I for check-in. • Vehicles will be sent to the loading dock in numbered order as dock space becomes available. • The Morial Convention Center Transportation Manager will check you in at the loading dock entrance and direct you to an open dock.

NEW POV PROCEDURE: • Go to the Freeman Marshalling Yard located at 1315 Tchoupitoulas St., Lot I, New Orleans, LA • There will be TWO lines formed at the Marshalling Yard. One for POVs and one for commercial carriers. Proceed to the proper line and you will be given a dock pass. • On a first-come, first-served basis you will be directed to the Convention Center rear loading dock area. Upon arrival at the dock you will check in and be instructed where to enter Hall G to unload. • You will have 20 minutes to unload. Do not leave your vehicle unattended to setup your booth. Unattended vehicles will be towed at the exhibitor’s expense. • POVs may park in Lot G adjacent to the Morial Convention Center and return for booth set-up. • NOTE: Forklifts, pallet jacks or any motorized equipment cannot be used to unload any POVs utilizing Hall G. If that type of equipment is needed, material handling fees will apply.

MARSHALLING YARD MAP located on page 6 MOVE-IN PROCEDURE FOR SELF-UNLOADING EXHIBITORS (POV, Personally Owned Vehicles) All Exhibitors arriving in POV’s are required to go to the Marshalling Yard located at 1315 Tchoupitoulas St., Lot I, New Orleans, LA. Convention Center Blvd is under construction and parking is NOT available at Morial Convention Center Entrances/along Convention Center Blvd. In order to expedite POVs wait times we have obtained Hall G for POV unloading but a dock pass must be obtained prior to gaining access to Hall G.

HAND CARRY FREIGHT & UNLOADING FROM PARKING LOTS Exhibitors will be allowed to hand carry items in or out of the facility without having to access the loading dock. Hand carried freight is defined as items that can be easily carried by an individual exhibitor, without the need for mechanized equipment. The use of passenger elevators for movement of freight is not allowed. Nothing may be wheeled through the lobby of the MCCNO. All packages are subject to inspection by facility personnel. PARKING PARKING IS NOT AVAILABLE OR allowed at the entrance of the facility/along Convention Center Blvd due to construction. Ample Parking is available at the various Convention Center parking lots for a daily fee. Trailers may be parked overnight in Lot J on Henderson St. The entire dock is a No Parking Zone. Illegally parked vehicles will be ticketed and towed. PARKING MAP is on page #16 of this guide.

STREET CONSTRUCTION IN FRONT OF CONVENTION CENTER--PLAN EXTRA TIME When you arrive in New Orleans and make your way to the Convention Center, you will notice construction on Convention Center Boulevard. Motorists are advised to allow extra time. Convention Center Boulevard is becoming a tree lined, lushly landscaped park to be completed in the fall of 2020. For more information, visit nolaccdev.com.

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MOVE-IN REGULATIONS WORK RULES: • Booth builders and exhibitors may work until 8:00pm each day • Exhibitors must be off-loading from a company-owned truck or of move-in. However, after 5:00pm you cannot leave the hall and rental vehicle or from a car, van or truck owned by bonafide, re-enter, you must stay inside the hall. Hall G will only be available full-time company employees of the exhibiting company (POV) that during the published exhibitor move-in times. is 24' or less. All vehicles including co-owned or rental vehicle over Please note that overtime rates before 8:00 AM & after 4:30 PM 24' in length WILL BE off-loaded by Union Labor at the exhibitor’s on Monday through Friday, and ALL DAY on Saturday, Sunday cost. and holidays. • Exhibitors may use only hand-operated equipment (dollies, hand trucks, and four-wheeled push carts) that the exhibitors themselves have provided. EMPTY CRATE STORAGE • If you wish to have your empty crates and cartons stored by • The use of forklifts, pallet jacks, lift gates or any other motorized Freeman, they must be labeled with “Empty” stickers. Stickers or mechanical equipment is not permitted. can be obtained at the Freeman Service Desk. Please label your • Personnel performing the work must be bonafide, full-time crates as soon as they are emptied. Items that are not labeled employees of the exhibiting company. Such personnel may be with an “Empty” crate sticker that are left in the aisles will be asked to provide full-time employment with the exhibiting considered trash and discarded. company. STREET CONSTRUCTION IN FRONT OF CONVENTION CENTER –PLAN EXTRA TIME. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT NOLACCDEV.COM.

THE POWER OF FREEMAN ONLINE IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND. Submit your outbound Material Handling Agreement from your mobile device via Freeman Online Mobile.

Ready to reserve your 2020 Exhibit Space? Reserve now while at the show to secure your spot, booths sell out fast! The International WorkBoat Show will take place Wednesday, December 15 -17, 2020. The 2020 Exhibit Halls are halls B-F.

Available as a mobile app for Apple and Android devices, Freeman Online Mobile allows you to skip the Freeman Service Exhibitors will receive email reminders and a reminder Center. Once the show has closed and you are ready to leave, delivered to your booth with your space selection appointment your outbound Material Handling Agreement from your mobile device via Freeman Online Mobile. please label your items and review, edit and submit your time and an application for 2020 Exhibit Space. Please check outbound paperwork from your mobile device or online. To be this information for details. e as a mobile app foryou Apple andhave Android devices, Freeman eligible, must a credit card on file.Online Mobile allows you to skip the Freeman Service Once the show has closed and you are ready to leave, please label your items and review, edit and submit your utbound paperwork from your mobileHandling device or online. To beonline, eligible, on file. QUESTIONS? WE’D LOVE TO TALK TO YOU! If you submit your Material Agreement(s) youyou are must have a credit card

POWER OF FREEMAN ONLINE IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND.

NOT required to turn in paperwork at the Freeman Service Center. Stop by the Exhibit Sales office located in the WorkBoat Handling booth,Service Booth #256 in Hall B. your outboundHandling Material Handling Agreement(s) Agreement from your mobileonline, device via Freeman Online Mobile. submit yourSubmit Material you are NOT required to turn in paperwork at the Freeman Agreement(s) via email. Available as Automatically a mobile app for Apple and Android devices, Freeman Online Mobile allows you to skip the Freeman Service Center. receive a confirmation of your Material Handling Agreement(s) via email. Center. Once the show has closed and you are ready to leave, please label your items and review, edit and submit your Automatically receive a confirmation ofYOUR yourHAND. Material THE POWER OF FREEMAN ONLINE IN THE PALM OF outbound paperwork from your mobile device or online. To be eligible, you must have a credit card on file.

If you submit your Material Handling Agreement(s) online, you are NOT required to turn in paperwork at the Freeman Service Center. Automatically receive a confirmation of your Material Handling Agreement(s) via email.

Brand new this year –

• theDownload •D  ownload app fromthe app from FOLMobile.Freemanco.com from your mobile device FOLMobile.Freemanco.com let us custom build a marketing package from your mobile device • Enter your Freeman Online usernamedesigned and password to help you FOLLOW UP WITH BUYERS • Enter your Freeman Online after the show, ADVERTISE YOUR BRAND during the username and password • Select the show name year, and MAKE A SPLASH at the 2020 event! • Select the show name THE POWER OF FREEMAN ONLINE IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND. Submit your outbound Material Handling Agreement from your mobile device via Freeman Online Mobile. If you Click on the “Move-Out” icon and follow theupgrade express to one our packages below at this year’s • Click on •the “Move-Out” icon Show, you will receive a special 50% off rate. move-out process once the show has closed and follow the express moveTo lock in this rate, you must sign a contract and return it to the out process once the show Exhibit Sales Office booth #256 by Friday, December 5. has closed •

Download the app from FOLMobile.Freemanco.com from your mobile device

Enter your Freeman Online username and password

Select the show name

Click on the “Move-Out” icon and follow the express move-out process once the show has closed

Available as a mobile app for Apple and Android devices, Freeman Online Mobile allows you to skip the Freeman Service Center. Once the show has closed and you are ready to leave, please label your items and review, edit and submit your outbound paperwork from your mobile device or online. To be eligible, you must have a credit card on file. If you submit your Material Handling Agreement(s) online, you are NOT required to turn in paperwork at the Freeman Service Center. Automatically receive a confirmation of your Material Handling Agreement(s) via email.

Download the app from FOLMobile.Freemanco.com from your mobile device

Enter your Freeman Online username and password

Select the show name

Click on the “Move-Out” icon and follow the express move-out process once the show has closed

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MARSHALLING YARD GUIDE Freeman Marshalling Yard 1315 Tchoupitoulas St., Lot I New Orleans, LA 70130 Phone: 504-529-8818

Freeman Marshalling Yard Please note that all vehicles delivering materials to the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center must report to the marshalling area to obtain a dock pass. This includes privately owned vehicles (cars, trucks, vans, etc.) who choose to unload their own materials at the established unloading area. No vehicle will be allowed to the dock area without a pass. Approach from the West From I-10 take Highway US-90 and exit on Tchoupitoulas St/South Peters. Continue on Calliope St and take right on Tchoupitoulas St. Lot I will be to your right. Please note that Google Maps often directs drivers to take the Annunciation St exit from US-90; this is a non-truck route and should not be taken. Approach from the East From Highway US-90 take the Tchoupitoulas St. exit and turn slight right onto Tchoupitoulas St. Lot I will be to your right.

From US-90 to Marshaling Yard

Path to Marshalling Yard incoming from West Path to Marshalling Yard incoming from East After checking in with Marshalling Yard, path to unloading/loading docks

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

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MOVE-OUT INFORMATION & REGULATIONS MOVE-OUT SCHEDULE

Friday, December 6

2:00pm – 9:00pm

Sunday, December 8

8:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday, December 7

8:00am – 5:00pm

Monday, December 9

8:00am – 12:00pm

LARGE EQUIPMENT MOVE-OUT

Please contact Bart Haley with Freeman to schedule a move-out time. Email: bart.haley@freeman.com or 770-560-7992.

MOVE-OUT REGULATIONS MOVE OUT WORK STAFF, EXHIBITOR APPOINTED CONTRACTORS & WHEELED WORK CARTS Exhibitor appointed contractors and work staff will not be allowed on the expo floor without a show badge until the show closes. Wheeled work carts are not permitted on the expo floor until show closes. EMPTY CRATE & CARTON RETURN As soon as security has safely cleared the exhibit floor of attendees, Freeman will begin to roll up the aisle carpet. PLEASE KEEP ALL AISLES CLEAR AT THE CLOSE OF THE SHOW. MATERIAL IN THE AISLES WILL DELAY CARPET REMOVAL, AND THEREFORE YOUR MOVE-OUT. Once the aisle carpet has been removed, Freeman will begin to return empty crates and cartons, it should take 4-5 hours. MATERIAL HANDLING AGREEMENTS All crates and equipment should be properly labeled for shipment and Material Handling Agreements filled out and turned over to the drayage contractor, Freeman, prior to your departure. DO NOT LEAVE THIS PAPERWORK ON YOUR EXHIBIT CRATES. The Freeman Service Desk is in Great Hall Pre-function Room. Any freight lacking shipping instruction and/or bills of lading will be taken to the drayage contractor’s warehouse for storage and later shipped. Exhibitors will be charged for this additional drayage and warehouse expense. EXHIBITS MUST BE CLEAR FROM MORIAL CONVENTION CENTER MONDAY DEC 9TH AT 12:00PM All Freight will be re-routed at additional costs if not removed by deadline. Commercial Carriers must check in with Freeman by 8am on Monday, Dec 9th. Freight must be labeled and ready for shipping by 11:00am. If your carrier fails to check by 8am on Monday, Dec 9th your freight will be re-routed at additional cost. MOVE-OUT PROCEDURE FOR SELF-LOADING EXHIBITORS (POV) Convention Center Blvd is under construction and parking is NOT available at Morial Convention Center Entrances/along Convention Center Blvd. In order to expedite POVs wait times we have obtained Hall G for POV loading.

NEW POV PROCEDURE • Self-loading exhibitors must obtain a dock pass from Freeman personnel per the below locations before leaving the Convention Center. Note: Freight must be packed & ready to load prior to dock passes being obtained. Booths in aisles 200 – 1900: Hall B Dock Booths in aisle 2000 – 3900: Hall D Dock • Proceed to the Convention Center’s rear loading dock (via Henderson Street). Upon arrival at the dock you will check in and instructed where to enter Hall G to load. • You will have 20 minutes to load. Do not leave your vehicle unattended to breakdown your booth. Unattended vehicles will be towed at the exhibitor’s expense. • NOTE: Forklifts, pallet jacks or any motorized equipment cannot be used to unload any POVs utilizing Hall G. If that type of equipment is needed, material handling fees will apply.

MOVE OUT PROCEDURE FOR COMMERICAL CARRIERS The Marshalling Yard is located at 1315 Tchoupitoulas St., Lot I, New Orleans, LA PROCEDURE • Turn in your Material Handling Agreement at the Freeman Services Desk located in the Great Hall Pre-function Room at the close of the show. MHA will not be accepted at the Freeman Desk until after the show closes. • Carriers arriving at the convention to load material will be directed to the Marshalling Yard. • After your vehicle is parked, driver should report to the Freeman office in Lot I for check-in. • Vehicles will be sent to the loading dock in numbered order as dock space becomes available and your completed Material Handling Agreement is turned in to the Freeman Service Desk, which indicates you are packed and ready for pick-up. • The Morial Convention Center Transportation Manager will check you in at the loading dock entrance and direct you to an open dock. • All carriers must check in with Freeman by 8:00am on Monday to pick up out-going shipments. SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS Every outbound shipment will require a material handling agreement (bill of lading) and labels. Freeman would be happy to prepare these for you in advance and will deliver them to your booth at the show site to review and sign. To take advantage of this service, please see Freeman at their service desks located in the Great Hall Pre-Function Area. Once your shipment is packed and ready to be picked up, please return the material handling agreement to the one of the Freeman Service Desks. Verify that piece count, weight and signature is on the material handling agreement prior to shipping out or material handling will be returned to Freeman’s warehouse at the exhibitor’s expense. If you have a preferred carrier or trucking company, you must make arrangements for them to pick up your materials in advance. Trucks will be loaded only when all exhibiting companies scheduled for pick up by that carrier are ready, and all material handling agreements have been turned in to the Freeman Service Desk. To avoid overtime charges, be sure to schedule your pick-up during straight time hours of operation.

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GENERAL INFORMATION AIRPORT SHUTTLE Airport Shuttle is the official ground (shared ride) transportation provider for the Louis Armstrong International Airport with five service locations throughout the airport terminals. Reserve shuttle service at least 24 hours prior to your flight arrival time. Visit here to book your shuttle or visit On The Town Concierge Desk in Lobby B. BOOTH CLEANING General cleaning of the aisles and other public areas is the responsibility of Event Management. Each exhibitor is responsible for the cleaning of their own stand. If you need to order cleaning services, please visit the Freeman Service Desk at the Exhibitor Services Desks, in the Great Hall Pre-Function Room. BUSINESS CENTER Located in Lobby F, the store offers a wide range of supplies & services. Contact: The UPS Store Phone: (504) 670-8941 Fax: (504) 670-8887 Email: store6216@theupsstore.com COAT CHECK Open Coat/Luggage Check in Lobby A Wednesday, December 4 Thursday, December 5 Friday, December 6

8:30am – 5:15pm 8:30am – 5:15pm 9:45am – 2:15pm

DISABILITY ACCESS The New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center provides services ramps to entrances and elevated areas, an array of passenger elevators, restroom facilities for the disabled, brailed instructions/directions at strategic locations throughout the building and pay phones located at each level of the facility with (TDD) hearing-impaired functions. Wheelchairs also are available upon request. For Mobility Scooter Rental, contact the UPS Store located in Lobby F, or call (504) 670-8941.

Maritime Throwdown

2019 Southern Regional Qualifier Wednesday, 12:00pm – 5:30pm Exhibitions throughout day, attendees and Exhibitors welcome to try course. Thursday, 12:00pm – 5:30pm Maritime Throwdown Southern Regional Qualifier. Friday, 10:00am – 2:00pm Attendees and exhibitors welcome to try course.

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HOTEL RESERVATIONS Now taking reservation for the 2020 International WorkBoat Show! Please visit the OnPeak Desk in Lobby D to speak with a representative about hotel reservations for next year’s show. On Peak is the official housing partner. INTERNET AND WI-FI ACCESS Free Wi-Fi is available in the Atrium Café (Lobby C) and the Great Hall Pre-function Area. Find “MCCNOFREEWIFI” in your list of available Wi-Fi’s on your device. Exhibitors may purchase internet services for their booth. To order, visit the Exhibitor Services in the Great Hall Pre-Function Area. MEDICAL SERVICES • Medical First Aid: First Aid Service is located in Lobby F next to Business Office. • In case of an emergency, call the Morial Security team at 504-582-3040 (extension 3040 from any red house phone), or visit the Show Management Office in Lobby D PAGING IN THE EXHIBIT HALL We are unable to page anyone in the exhibit hall. HALL SECURITY 24 hour security service will be maintained in the exposition area from the initial move-in period until the last piece of freight is removed. However, exhibitors are responsible for the protection of their own product and exhibit materials. For more information on Security Best Practices, please see pages 10 & 11. SHOW SURVEY We want to hear from you! You will receive an emailed survey from us in the week following the 2019 Show. Your cooperation in completing and returning this survey will help us to improve the show and will serve as an information link between exhibitors and Show Management. Thank you in advance for your honest feedback. TRANSPORTATION CENTER - MORIAL CONVENTION CENTER To improve public safety for event attendees all shuttles, taxis and ride-shares will drop off at the new Transportation Center. A covered walkway connects the Transportation Center to the Morial Convention Center.


AT-SHOW REGULATIONS The following operational rules apply at the International WorkBoat Show. Please be sure to read them as they will be enforced at the show. Please direct questions to the Event Management Office (Lobby D) or Exhibitor Services Desks (Great Hall). ALCOHOL Centerplate is the licensed liquor holder for the New Orleans Morial Convention Center. All alcoholic beverages must be purchased from the licensee. Bringing alcoholic beverages into the building is strictly prohibited. AISLE SELLING Exhibitors are permitted to conduct business within their booth space. Distribution of materials outside your exhibit booth space is strictly prohibited. CHILDREN AGE REQUIREMENT Move in & Move Out: No one under 18 years of age will be allowed on the show floor during this time. Please see move in & move out schedules on pages 4 & 7. Show Hours: No one under 15 years of age will be allowed on the show floor during show hours. DEMONSTRATIONS (WELDING / LASERS) All welding or laser demonstrations must be pre-approved by Event Management. Please be sure to take the following safety and protection measures. We ask that exhibitors only run their machinery once per hour in consideration of neighbors conducting business. FLOOR COVERING IS MANDATORY Show Management requires that all exhibit spaces be carpeted or properly covered. Rental carpet is available through Freeman. HELIUM BALLOONS Hand carried helium balloons are not allowed. However, large, tethered helium balloons are permitted but must stay within height regulations for your booth type. OPERATING YOUR EXHIBIT & SOUND LIMITATION Event Management reserves the right to shut down any receptions, presentations, or other activities which are deemed obstructive or prohibitive for neighboring booths to be able to conduct business.

PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEO By registering to attend, attendees and exhibitors are giving permission to International WorkBoat Management to use photographs of you for promotional purposes. SOLICITATION BY NON-EXHIBITING COMPANIES Solicitation by non-exhibitors at the show is prohibited and is grounds for removal. Show Management will remove any nonexhibiting persons from the show floor who are reported or observed soliciting attendees. If you are solicited by a non-exhibiting company, please collect that person’s business card and bring it to the Show Management Office located in Lobby D. Show Management will take steps to curtail this activity. BOOTH DESIGN • This show follows Line of Sight regulations o Inline booths: nothing higher than 4ft in the front half, nothing higher that 8ft in the rear half o Perimeters: nothing higher than 4ft in the front half, nothing higher than 14ft in the rear half o Peninsulas: nothing exceeding 4ft in the two line of sight areas in the rear right and left corners, nothing exceeding 20ft in the remainder o Islands: nothing exceeding 20ft including hanging signs • All designs must be “finished”, including the back of designs; no unsightly displays are allowed • Carpeting or floor covering is required. • Pop-up signs are allowed on tables provided they do not exceed the height limit stated above • Logos may not face into your neighbor’s booth within 5ft. • Exhibitors may not dismantle their exhibits before the close of show, Friday at 2pm.

The WorkBoat Think Tank The WorkBoat Think Tank is a collaboration moderated by the editors of WorkBoat Magazine and WorkBoat.com. This free program will feature thoughtful and interactive discussions that will allow the audience to get up close and personal with industry thought leaders. Let your voice be heard by taking part in open forum discussions about hot button topics like safety, artificial intelligence, innovation and more.

Thursday, December 5 9:15am - 9:50am

Autonomous Vessels Today

10:00am - 11:00am U.S. Navy Boats & Combatant Craft Division Maintenance & Repair Speaker: Alan Cummings, Lifecycle Manager,

U.S. Navy Boats

Wednesday, December 4

11:15am -12:30pm U.S. Navy Program Acquisitions

11:00am -12:00pm USCG Waterways Commerce Cutter Program

1:00pm - 2:00pm

1:00pm - 2:00pm U.S. Offshore Wind Market & Vessel Opportunities 2:10pm -3:00pm U.S. Navy Boats & Combatant Craft Division Acquisitions 3:15pm - 4:00pm

2019 Significant Boat Awards Preview

Digital Twin Technology For Vessels Speaker: Kash Mahmood, Deputy Chief Digital Officer, ABS

3:00pm - 4:00pm National Transportation Safety Board Key Recommendations Friday, December 6 10:00am - 10:50am U.S. Coast Guard Boat Program Discussion

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SAFETY SECURITY OF THE HALLS • Show Management works diligently with the facility prior to each show to ensure the safety and security of all exhibitors, attendees, and the event. If you have any security concerns leading up to the show or on-site, please bring them to the attention of Show Management through email (mvigue@divcom.com) or at the International WorkBoat Show Office on-site (Lobby D) • All persons in the exhibit area must wear a badge. This includes during move-in, show hours, and move-out. Exhibitors are responsible for ordering badges for their workers and staff. • Security guards will “sweep” the halls at the close of the show each day to clear them of all visitors and personnel. Only exhibitor personnel who have requested special permission will be allowed in the halls after closing. • Any thefts or damage must be reported to show security immediately. • Even with security as protection, exhibitors are asked to take precautions in guarding their exhibits. Remember that move-in and move-out hours are particularly sensitive times when thefts are most likely to occur. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR BOOTH UNATTENDED. If you need to leave, we strongly recommend packing up all items and hiring private security. • Be Careful! 24-hour security service will be provided to protect the show as a whole. However, it is up to you to exercise prudent judgment and to safeguard your personal property and belongings. At the end of each day, remove anything of value that can be easily removed. • Notify someone if you notice a safety hazard in the building. If you notice any potential safety hazards such as wires on floor that have not been taped off, metal structures extending into the aisles, etc., be sure to notify either Show Management, Freeman, or the building liaison to get it taken care of before anyone gets hurt. • Be aware and be prepared. When you leave the facility at the end of the day, be sure to remove your badge. Program the emergency numbers from this document into your cell phone or carry the document with you. • Walking at night? Be sure to travel in pairs or call a cab. Be aware of your surroundings and take caution if new to the city. Leave your cell phone on overnight in case of an emergency

SECURITY TIPS ON SAFEGUARDING BOOTH PROPERTY • Coordinate shipping and deliveries. Try to be on site when your product is being delivered to your booth • Conduct an inventory. Once your product has been delivered, note any missing or damaged items. Note display locations • Store any excess product/giveaways and extra electronic devices in a locked cabinet. Do not leave purses, briefcases, or valuables behind drapes or underneath tables, this is the first place any thief will look. • When arriving in the morning, go directly to your booth to prevent any early personnel from free shopping in your booth • During the start of move-out, please stay with your booth until you either pack it or the official decorator brings your empties and packs it. Do not leave your booth immediately; spend some time in your booth until the floor clears. This is one of the premium times during which theft occurs. Schedule outbound travel accordingly. • If your booth contains a lot of valuables which are difficult to secure or time-consuming to setup or teardown on a daily basis, it is recommended that your hire your own security guard overnight. The expense will be justified should you lose one item. • Cover your displays with a tarp or other non-see through materials; it creates a mental block to any perpetrator • Blocking the entrance to your booth prior to leaving provides a mental barricade to any perpetrator. Use either caution tape or place chairs at the entrance. • Try to greet anyone that comes into your booth as this will send a signal that you are aware of their presence; this will discourage any perpetrators from attempting to steal. • Obtain proper insurance coverage for your goods, including transit to and from the show site. • Do not leave any prototype product unsecured in your booth!

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SAFETY INTERNATIONAL WORKBOAT SHOW EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN The purpose of the WorkBoat Emergency Response Plan is to provide guidelines to prepare for potential crisis or emergency situations. One of the primary purposes of this document is to ensure WorkBoat Exhibitors are provided with important information and to ensure proper communication during an emergency. POTENTIAL CRISIS SITUATIONS WorkBoat Exhibitors should be aware of the below possibilities and should report any suspicious activity as soon as possible. To report suspicious activity, contact MCCNO Public Safety immediately, and describe specifically what you observed, including: who or what you saw, when you saw it, where it occurred and why it’s suspicious. Terrorist Attack | Inclement Weather | Fire | Bomb Threat | Medical Emergency | Civil Disorder | Active Shooter

MORIAL CONVENTION CENTER EMERGENCY PROTOCOL It is important to stay calm when reporting an incident. MCCNO has RED Emergency Phones conveniently located throughout the facility. In order to expedite a response, a MCCNO Public Safety Dispatcher is available 24 hours a day. The emergency number 504-582-3040 is the primary emergency number for the facility. The Dispatcher will dispatch EMS, Officers, Event Managers, etc. Please refrain from calling 911. The convention center is very large; Facility and Public Safety personnel coordinate the movement of emergency services to the scene. In addition to RED Emergency Phones, and calling Dispatch at 504-582-3040, Public Safety Officers are available should you need assistance. The MCCNO has the New Orleans Fire Department EMS stationed in permanent Medical Rooms located in Lobby B, Lobby E, and Lobby H, during move in, event hours, and move out. Medical facilities are clearly identified with visual and Braille signs. Outside each room is an emergency phone directly connected to the MCCNO Public Safety Department.

RED EMERGENCY PHONES: Public Safety Dispatch: (PRIMARY) 504-582-3040 From a MCCNO Phone: Dial 3040

IF THE FIRE ALARM SOUNDS: When the fire alarm sounds it activates a voice message instructing all exhibitors and attendees to leave the building via the nearest emergency exit. Exit signs stay illuminated and strobe lights will flash. Follow instructions for safety and security personnel. Follow the evacuation procedures. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Follow the Emergency Evacuation Procedures. Follow all instructions from Public Safety Personnel and the Building Public Address System. Calmly proceed to the closest exit or stairwell and begin to exit the facility. IF YOU ENCOUNTER SMOKE ON YOUR WAY TO AN EXIT, TURN AROUND AND USE ANOTHER EXIT. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE ESCALATORS OR ELEVATORS DURING A FIRE. Once outside and safe, proceed to your designated gathering location. Do not attempt to re-enter the facility until the “All-Clear” is given

8. Once the “All Clear” is received, follow the directions from Public Safety Personnel for re-entering the facility

ADDITIONAL PHONE NUMBERS: Convention Center Event Management Main Line: 504-582-3011 National Weather Service – New Orleans/Baton Rouge: 504-522-7330 New Orleans Police – Emergency: 911 New Orleans Police – Non Emergency: 504-821-2222 Show Management Office: 504-670-5300

WorkBoat Nearby Pharmacies, Urgent Care, & Hospitals Walgreens Pharmacy

1801 St. Charles Ave

504-561-8458

CVS Pharmacy

800 Canal St

504-528-7099

New Orleans Urgent Care

900 Magazine St

504-362-2829

Tulane Medical Center

1415 Tulane Ave

504-988-5711

University Medical Center

2000 Canal St

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Dive Deeper – WorkBoat Annual Conference Program Each year The International WorkBoat Show presents the WorkBoat Annual Conference curated by the editors of WorkBoat.com, WorkBoat Magazine, and the WorkBoat Content Team. This year’s Conference will be broken out across two days and will focus on five industry sectors, view this year’s schedule below and download the Mobile App for more in depth descriptions and speaker info.

Thursday, December 5 Offshore Program Great Hall Conference Room 9:00am - 9:40am

Featured Speaker: Liz Burdock, President & CEO, Business Network For Offshore Wind

9:45am - 10:30am

Offshore Wind Vessel Classification

10:30am - 10:40am Break 10:40am - 11:10am Offshore Wind Development, Operations, and Maintenance 11:10am - 11:50am

Offshore Service Vessel Market Conditions

11:50am - 12:05pm Lunch 12:05pm - 1:00pm The Tidewater/Gulfmark MEerger and Industry Consolidation

Wednesday, December 4 Maintenance & Repair Program

Inland Waterways & Passenger Vessel Program

Great Hall Conference Room

Great Hall Conference Room

9:00am - 9:25am

Featured Speaker

9:30am - 10:20am

Creating The Digital Transformation

9:00am - 9:40am

Featured Speaker: Brian Curtis, Director, Office of Marine Safety, National Transportation Marine Saftey Board

9:45am - 10:20am

Safety on the Waterways

10:20am - 10:30am Break 10:30am - 11:30am

Diesel Outboards – More Power & Lower Maintenance Cost

11:30am - 11:45am

Lunch

10:20am - 10:30am Break 10:30am - 11:25am

Ferries and Passenger Vessels: Going Green

11:30am - 11:45am

Lunch

11:45am - 12:20pm Aerial Robotics: How Drones Are Making The Maintenance Yard Safer

11:45am - 12:20pm Improving Operator Visibility With Advanced Situational Awareness

12:25pm - 1:00pm

12:25pm - 1:00pm

Owner & Operator Considerations For Vessel Propulsion System Electrification

1:05pm - 1:35pm

Waterways Infrastructure A National Perspective

Artificial Intelligence and Vessel Corrosion Detection

Tugs & Coastal Towing Program Great Hall Conference Room 9:00am - 9:25am

Featured Speaker: John Buchanan, President, Harbor Docking & Towing Co. LLC

Shipyard Program

9:30am - 10:25am

Integrating Tier 4 Technology Into a Proven Tractor Tug Design

11:45am - 12:00pm Lunch

10:30am - 10:40am Break 10:40am - 11:10am

Achieving Tier 4 Compliance With EGR Technology

11:15am - 12:00pm Cybersecurity – A Survey of the Marine Industry 12:00pm - 12:15pm Lunch 12:15pm - 12:50pm Escort Tug Safety: Are We There Yet? 12:55pm - 1:30pm

Alternative Propulsion Systems Investigated

* Exhibitors can upgrade their badge to receive access to all conference programs for $200.

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Rivergate Room

12:00pm - 12:50pm Featured Speaker: Ron Baczkowski, President & CEO, VT Halter Marine 1:00pm - 1:50pm

Developing and Offering Autonomous Marine Technology

2:00pm - 2:50pm

WorkForce Training

3:00pm - 4:30pm

Offshore Wind Supply Chain: What’s Needed?


RESTAURANT & FOOD SERVICES GUIDE Here’s a guide to food services in and around the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. CONVENTION CENTER CONCESSIONS Starbucks

Lobby C

8:00am-5:00pm

Atrium Café

Lobby C

9:00am-2:00pm

Expo Floor Concessions Show Hours Wheelhouse Tavern Booth 1143 Back Deck Bar Booth 3743 Food Court Behind 3900 aisle

Exhibitor Catering & Bar Services Whatever your needs, whether hosting attendee receptions or supplying convenient meals for your booth staff. Please contact Centerplate at 504-670-7200, linsey.marriott@centerplate.com to place your orders.

RESTAURANTS WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF THE CONVENTION CENTER

During Move-In, please refer to our list of Area Restaurants below.

RESTAURANT

LOCATION

Subway

901 Convention Center Blvd

Bei Tempi Italian Restaurant

901 Convention Center Blvd

Two Chicks Café

901 Convention Center Blvd

Starbucks

859 Convention Center Blvd

Grand Isle

575 Convention Center Blvd

Rock-n-Sake

832 Fulton St.

Manning’s

519 Fulton St.

Gordon Biersch Brewery

200 Poydras St.

Mulate’s New Orleans

201 Julia St.

The Howlin’ Wolf

907 S. Peters St.

Red Eye Grill

852 S. Peters St.

Outlaw Pizza Company

814 S. Peters St.

Ernst Café

600 S. Peters St.

The Ugly Dog Saloon & BBQ

401 Andrew Higgins Dr.

The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk (various restaurants)

500 Port of New Orleans, next to the Convention Center

Visit workboatshow.com for a full list of area restaurants by pricepoint.

RESERVATIONS TOURS & EVENTS TRANSPORTATION DIRECTIONS

Visit the On the Town desk in Lobby B. Their staff is eager to assist you! Operations Hours Wednesday, Dec 4: 9:00am - 5:30pm Thursday, Dec 5: 9:00am - 5:30pm Friday, Dec 6 10:00am - 2:00pm

Show your badge or exhibitor guide to receive discounts at these area businesses: 20% OFF Manning’s at Harrah’s

519 Fulton St.

$50 Buffet + 2 Courses The Steakhouse at Harrah’s

8 Canal St.

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519

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1129

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1117

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ATRIUM CAFE'/STARBUCK'S

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STOP!

Don’t forget to download the official International WorkBoat Show Mobile App. Navigate the Show from the palm of your hand, with an interactive floor plan, customized schedules, full exhibitor list, new products and more. The WorkBoat Show Mobile App is your key to a successful Show!

How to Download Go to your app store Search “WorkBoat Show “and download our app! Don’t forget to enable push notifications so you can get the latest on special events, open sessions and even a few surprises!

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921 1021 1120

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3371 3470

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2761 2860

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2357 2456

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3929

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2717

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First Aid

KEY LOCATIONS Back Deck Bar.................................................................... Booth 3743 Business Center....................................................................... Lobby F Conference Sessions.........................................................Great Hall Exhibit Sales Office..................... WorkBoat Booth 256, Hall B Exhibitor Services Desks........ Great Hall Pre-Function Room First Aid................................................................Lobby B & Lobby E Food Concessions............................................. Behind 3900 Aisle Hotel Reservation Desk....................................................... Lobby E

Maritime Throwdown Competition..................................................... Behind 3900 Aisle A onPeak Housing Desk........................................................... Lobby E Registration................................................................................ Lobby E Restaurant Reservations.................................................... Lobby B Show Management Desk.................................................. Lobby D Think Tank...............................................................................Great Hall Wheelhouse Tavern...........................................................Booth 1143

Information....................................................................... Lobby A & D

WorkBoat Marketplace & WorkBoat Magazine...................................... Booth 256, Hall B

International Business Meeting Place............................................ Booths 246/247, Hall B

WorkBoat News Room.....................................................Great Hall

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Tchoupitoulas Street

During this process, some doors may become unusable. Exact entry points are TBD, but will be communicated in advance of your show.

Pedestrian Crossings*

One Lane in Either Direction

Construction Area

Lot F

Bus Staging

Enter at 300 Calliope St.

RideShare Services Lot

Henderson St. *Exact Pedestrian Crossing Locations are TBD. ADA accessibility will be maintained throughout Construction

Active Transporta -tion Center

Walkway

Pedestrian

Calliope Street

MCCNO Loading Dock Drive

Traffic Flow from August ‘19

PARKING MAP

Calliope Street

Ample Parking is available at the Convention Center for a daily fee. Trailers may be parked overnight in Lot J.

Poydras Street

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