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                                                               2008
                                                          Planning
                                                          Checklist
Upon Receipt of Service Kit
	   q	 Make	Hotel	reservations	at	the	Las	Vegas	Hilton	
	   q	 Booth	payment	is	due	in	full	
	   q	 Reserve	advertising	space	in	the	2008	Show	Guide	
	      C
    q	 	 onfirm	that	you	have	sent	in	your	company’s	description	for	the	2008	Show	Guide	
	   	
September	
	   	
	      S
    q	  ep 6-	Develop	“show	specials”	such	as	discounts	for	attendees	and	product	give-aways		
       to	promote	traffic	at	your	booth
	   q	 Sep 6 -	Plan	a	pre-show	mailing	to	invite	attendees	to	your	booth
	      S
    q	  ep 8 -	Have	your	sales	people	visit	your	top	accounts	and	remind	them	of	your	company’s		
       participation	in	this	year’s	Expo
	   q	 Sep 14 - Confirm	that	you	have	all	pamphlets	and	materials	needed	for	your	booth
	      S
    q	 	 ep 21 - Order	pre-show	mailing	list	from	LRP	Conferences		to	mail	to	potential	customers		
       who	will	be	at	the	Expo
	   q	 Sep 21 - Send	out	FREE	expo	passes	to	existing	and	potential	customers	inviting	them	to		
       see	you	at	the	show	(Contact	Fred	Kurst	for	passes)
	   q	 Sep 22 - Deadline	for	ad	space	in	the	2008	Show	Guide


October
	   q	 Oct 2 - Deadline	for	ad	materials	(art	work)	in	the	2008	Show	Guide
	   q	 Oct 15 - Last	day	to	make	room	reservations	with	special	rates	(based	upon	availability)	
	   q	 Oct 16 - Advance	registration	deadline	for	exhibitors
	   q	 Oct 20 - Order	services	from	Freeman	to	secure	discounts
	
At the Show	
	   	
	      S
    q	 	 elect	booth	space	for	2009	Workers’	Compensation	and	Disability	Conference®	&	Expo		
       in	Chicago	
	   	
November	
	   	
	   q	 Nov 22 - Prepare	post	conference	mailing	with	list	provided	from	LRP	Conferences
	   q	 Nov 22 - Follow	up	on	all	the	leads	you	got	at	the	show!	
                                                                                             CD0808-33A
                                                                                             2008
                                                                                          Fact Sheet
Expo Dates                                      Carpet                                                No Smoking Policy
Exhibits	 will	 be	 open	 Wednesday,	       	   Booth	spaces	are	not	carpeted.	All	aisles	 The	 Las	 Vegas	 Convention	 Center	 is	 a	
November	 19	 and	 Thursday,	 November	         will	 be	 carpeted	 in	 blue.	 Rental	 furnish- non-smoking	facility.	Smoking	in	the	expo	
20	 at	 the	 Las	 Vegas	 Convention	 Center,	   ings	and	carpet	may	be	ordered	with	the	 hall	is	strictly	prohibited.
Level	 1,	 Halls	 N3	 and	 N4.	 For	 a	 com-    order	forms	in	this	kit.
plete	schedule	of	times,	consult	the	Expo	
Hours	and	Hall	Access	section.
                                                                                                      Exhibitor Registration/Hours
                                                In-Line Booths                                        Exhibitor	 registration	 will	 be	 located	 at	
                                                Back	drapes	and	side	panels	will	be	pro-              the	 Las	 Vegas	 Hilton	 and	 will	 be	 open	
Location                                        vided,	and	adjacent	aisles	will	be	carpeted	          during	 all	 set-up	 hours.	 The	 schedule	 is	
Las Vegas Convention Center                     for	in-line	booths.	All	booth	backs	are	8’	           as	follows:
3150	Paradise	Road                              high	and	division	rails	are	36”	high.		The	
                                                                                                      Registration Hours:
Las	Vegas,	NV	89109                             back	 4’	 of	 the	 exhibit	 must	 be	 no	 high-
                                                                                                      Monday,	November	17:	10	a.m.	–	5	p.m.
Phone:	(702)	892-0711                           er	 than	 8’.	 The	 front	 sides	 of	 the	 exhibit	
                                                                                                      Tuesday,	November	18:	9	a.m.	–	5	p.m.
Fax:	(702)	892-2824                             must	not	have	side	walls	higher	than	42”	
                                                                                                      Wednesday,	November	19:	7	a.m.	–	5	p.m.
                                                to	avoid	obstructing	the	view	of	adjacent	
                                                                                                      Thursday,	November	20:	7:45	a.m.	-	2	p.m.
                                                exhibits.	 Certain	 pieces	 of	 equipment	
Show Management - Sales                         may	 rise	 over	 the	 42”	 limitation	 as	 long	  	
                                                                                                      Each	 company	 will	 receive	 ten	 booth	    	
Fred	Kurst,	Exhibit	Sales	Manager               as	the	views	down	the	aisle	and	the	views	
                                                                                                      personnel	registrations	and	one	full-con-
10241	Winged	Elm	Circle                         to	adjacent	booths	are	not	obstructed.	No	
                                                                                                      ference	exhibitor	registration	for	every	10’	
Manassas,	VA	20110                              hanging	banners	are	permitted	for	in-line	
                                                                                                      x	10’	booth	purchased.	Additional expo
P-703-393-8304	                                 displays.	 Exhibit	 management	 reserves	
                                                                                                      hall registrations will cost $25 each.	
F-703-393-9027	                                 the	right	of	final	approval.
                                                                                                      We	 are	 requesting	 that	 all	 employees/
Email:	fkurst@lrp.com	 	
                                                                                                      representatives	 of	 exhibiting	 companies	
                                                Island Booths                                         pre-register	 for	 the	 show.	 	 Registration	
Show Management - Logistics                    Hanging	 banners	 are	 permitted	 over	 is-
                                                                                                      forms	are	also	included	in	this	kit.
Kelly	McDonough,	Conference	Director           land	booths.	Contact	show	management	
LRP	Publications                               for	 additional	 information	 on	 maximum	             Business Services
P-561-622-6520	X8701                           booth	 height.	 Drapes	 are	 not	 provided	
                                                                                                      For	your	convenience,	a	full-service	Busi-
F-561-622-2876                                 for	 the	 island	 booths.	 An	 island	 booth	
                                                                                                      ness	 Center	 is	 located	 outside	 of	 Hall	
Email:	kmcdonough@lrp.com                      bounded	on	all	four	sides	by	aisles	may	
                                                                                                                                                    	
                                                                                                      C3	 on	 level	 1	 of	 the	 Convention	 Center.	
                                               use	 the	 full	 cubic	 content	 of	 the	 space:	
                                                                                                      Services	 include	 facsimile,	 professional	
                                               however,	 sufficient	 see-through	 area	
Booth Payment Policy                           must	 be	 provided	 to	 all	 adjacent	 exhib-
                                                                                                      quality	black	and	white	and	color	photo-
                                                                                                      copying,	computer	rental,	binding	and	a	
No	exhibitor	will	be	allowed	to	set	up	un- its.	Exhibit	management	will	serve	as	the	
                                                                                                      complete	line	of	computer	services.	The	
til	all	fees	are	paid	in	full.	See	Rules	and	 final	authority	on	compliance	with	height	
                                                                                                      Business	Center	also	has	shipping	capa-
Regulations	for	more	information.              and	see	through	regulations.	Two	storied	
                                                                                                      bilities	for	FedEx.
                                               booths	must	be	approved	by	the	Las	Ve-
                                               gas	Convention	Center	in	advance.		Call	
Booth Equipment                                show	management	for	details.
Each	10’	x	10’	booth	will	be	set	with	8’	back	
drape	and	a	36”	high	side	divider	drape.	
Back	draperies	will	be	blue	and	grey.	Side	
                                               Exhibitor Lounge
drapes	will	be	blue.	Nothing may be at- An	 exhibitor	 lounge	 with	 complimentary	
tached to this drape by order of the fire coffee	 and	 soda	 will	 be	 available	 to	
marshal.	 Each	 exhibitor	 will	 be	 provided	 booth	personnel	during	set	up	and	show	
with	one	7”	x	44”	identification	sign.         hours.




                                                                                                                                         CD0808-33B
                                                              2008
                                                              Pre-Conference
                                                              List Reservation Form




E-MAIL EXCEL FILE TO:




We	will	e-mail	the	list	to	you	approximately	one	month	prior	to	the	show.
The	list	will	include	names	and	addresses	only.
No	e-mail	addresses	or	phone	numbers	will	be	supplied.
By	ordering	this	list,	you	agree	it	is	for	one-time	use	only	in	conjunction	with	this	event!

Sponsors	receive	a	complimentary	list.	
Sponsors	may	return	this	form	without	payment	information.	


Fax Reservation Form to:
National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference® & Expo
Attn: Customer Service
Fax Number: 561-622-2423



                                                                                               CD0808-33G
                                                                          2008
                                                                   Advertising
                                                               &    Promotions
To	make	the	most	out	of	the	NationalWorkers’CompensationandDisabilityConference®&Expo	this	
November,	 it’s	 important	 for	 your	 company	 to	 keep	 its	 name	 on	 the	 minds	 of	 our	 attendees.	 	 This	
means	making	a	serious	effort	to	put	your	name	in	front	of	them	before,	during,	and	after	the	show.	
LRP’s	advertising	and	promotion	programs	are	here	to	help	you	do	just	that!


Before the Show
List Rental
Did	you	know	that	convention	attendees	really	do	like	to	receive	pre-show	mailings?		It’s	true.	With	so	
much	to	do	and	see	at	the	NationalWorkers’CompensationandDisabilityConference®&Expo,	trade	
show	attendees	may	find	it	difficult	to	visit	more	than	250	exhibitors!		So	be	smart	–	use	our	pre-show	
mailing	list	to	invite	attendees	to	your	booth	and	target	those	people	who	will	be	most	interested	in	
what	you	have	to	offer.	To	order,	use	the	form	in	this	section	of	the	kit	or	contact	Fred	Kurst	(see	below	
for	contact	information).	

Show Guide Advertising
At	the	show,	the	Show	Guide	is	the	one-stop	source	of	information	for	attendees.		This	translates	into	
a	high-visibility	means	of	promotion	for	companies	exhibiting	at	the	show.		Your	ad	in	the	Show	Guide	
will	be	seen	again	and	again	–	not	only	at	the	show,	but	also	for	many	months	to	follow.		Our	attendees	
turn	to	this	important	reference	guide	throughout	the	year	and	share	it	with	their	colleagues	who	did	not	
attend	the	show.		Visit	www.WCConference.com/expo/guide.html	or	contact	Fred	Kurst	for	details	(see	
below	for	contact	information).	

Sponsorships
At	the	time	we	were	putting	together	the	exhibitor	kit,	there	were	still	a	few	sponsorships	available	that	
will	leave	your	company	in	our	attendees’	minds	long	after	the	show	is	over.		For	a	complete	listing	of	
sponsorships,	visit	www.WCConference.com/expo/sponsor.html,	then	contact	Fred	Kurst	for	availabil-
ity	and	more	details	(see	below	for	contact	information).


After the Show
                                                                     Representative Contact Information
Complimentary Post-Show Mailing List
                                                                     Fred	Kurst
Following	 the	 show	 you	 we	 will	 contact	 you	 with	             Exhibit	Sales	Manager
information	 about	 receiving	 your	 complimentary	                  10241	Winged	Elm	Circle	
attendee	list.		With	more	than	2,000	attendees,	it’s	                Manassas,	VA	20110
impossible	for	all	of	them	to	visit	every	booth	at	the	              P-703-393-8304
show.		Get	the	people	you	missed	with	a	list!                        F-703-393-9027
                                                                     Email:	fkurst@lrp.com	   	


                                                                                                         CD0808-33C
                                                              2008
                                                              Hall Access
2008 Expo Hall Hours                                                 Important Notes!
Monday, November 17                                                  Exhibits not set up by 5:00 p.m.
                                                                     on Tuesday, November 18 may
Exhibitor Move-In 	 	     	   		       10	a.m.	-	5	p.m.		            be set up by the official contrac-
				                                                                 tor and the work must be paid
                                                                     for by the exhibiting company.
Tuesday, November 18 		
Exhibitor Move-In 	 	     	   	        	9	a.m.	-	5	p.m.		            Please	read	the	information	in	this	
                                                                                                           	
                                                                     kit	 provided	 by	 Freeman	 carefully.	
				                                                                 The dock will be under Freeman’s
Wednesday, November 19 	                                             contract at all times.

Expo Hours	 	         	   	   	        10	a.m.	-	12:15	p.m.          Registered	 exhibitors	 may	 enter	
	    	      	         	   	   	        2	-	5	p.m.	                   the	expo	hall	upon	showing	their	
                                                                     badge	to	security	personnel.
Refreshment Break                      10	-	11	a.m.
(Unopposed show time) 	
                                                                     Exhibitors	 will	 be	 admitted	 to	 the	
Dessert Break                     		   2	-	2:45	p.m.	                expo	hall	at	8:00	a.m.	on	Wednes-
(Unopposed show hours)                                               day	 and	 9:00	 a.m.	 on	 Thursday	
                                                                     and	must	leave	the	hall	one	hour	
Refreshment Break                      4	-	5	p.m.	                   after	closing	on	Wednesday.
(Unopposed show hours)
                                                                     Exhibitors	will	be	permitted	in	the	
	                                                                    expo	 hall	 during	 Wednesday’s	
Thursday, November 20 			                                            lunch	break;	attendees	will	not.	
Expo Hours 	          	   	   	        10	a.m.	-	3:30	p.m.
                                                                     Requests	 for	 access	 to	 the	 hall	
Refreshment Break                 	    10	a.m.	-	10:45	a.m.          before	and	after	the	hours	above	
(Unopposed show hours)                                               must	be	made	in	advance	to	trade	
                                                                     show	 management.	 Security	 will	
Box Lunch                              12	-	1:30	p.m.	               not	let	anyone	on	the	show	floor	
(Unopposed show hours)                                               without	prior	approval	from	show	
                                                                     management.
Afternoon Break                        2:45	-	3:30	p.m.	
(Unopposed show hours)

Exhibitor Move Out        	   	        3:30	-	10	p.m.	




                                                                                                   CD0808-33D
                                                                                              2008
                                                                                              Rules
                                                                                        &      Regulations
                      “LRP”	shall	refer	to	LRP	Conferences	and		                                        Sub-leasing
           “Exhibit	Facility”	shall	refer	to	the	Las	Vegas	Convention	Center.
                                                                                                     Exhibitor	shall	not	allow	any	other	corpora-
                                                                                                     tion	or	firm	or	its	representatives	to	use	the	
                                                                                                     space	allotted	to	the	exhibitor,	nor	shall	the	
Eligibility                                       Hospitality Suites                                 exhibitor	display	articles	not	manufactured	
LRP	shall	have	the	sole	right	to	determine	 All	hospitality	suites	must	be	approved	by	 or	normally	sold	by	the	exhibitor.		Co-par-
the	eligibility	of	exhibits,	including,	but	not	 LRP	and	arranged	through	the	Exhibit	Fa- ticipation	by	any	other	corporation	or	firm	
limited	to:	companies,	products,	systems,	                                                           or	its	representatives	in	space	assigned	to	
                                                  cility	or	Conference	Hotel.
services,	 booth	 graphics,	 printed	 matter	                                                        the	 original	 applicant	 must	 be	 authorized	
distributed	 at	 the	 conference,	 souvenirs	                                                        by	written	permission	from	LRP        ,	and	shall	
and	give-aways,	costumes	and	booth	per- Conduct & Restrictions                                       incur	 an	 additional	 charge	 of	 25%	 of	 the	
sonnel	attire,	and	all	other	exposition	fea-                                                         total	cost	for	exhibit	space	for	each	addi-
                                                  LRP	 reserves	 the	 right	 to	 restrict	 exhibits	
tures	and	activities.                                                                                tional	participant.
                                                  which	 because	 of	 noise,	 odors,	 methods	
                                                  of	operation	or	any	other	reason	become	
Use Of Music                                      objectionable	or	otherwise	detract	from	or	 Cancellation Policy
                                                  are	 out	 of	 keeping	 with	 the	 character	 of	
Due	to	ASCAP	and	BMI	regulations,	any	ex-                                                            Written	 notice	 of	 cancellation	 must	 be	
                                                  the	 exposition	 as	 a	 whole.	 This	 reserva-
hibitor	who	uses	copyrighted	music	as	part	                                                          received	 by	 LRP	 at	 least	 120	 days	 in	 ad-
                                                  tion	 includes	 persons,	 things,	 conduct	 or	
of,	or	in	conjunction	with,	any	function	con-                                                        vance	of	the	scheduled	exhibition	date	or	
                                                  printed	material.	LRP	Reserves	the	right	to	
nected	with	this	Conference	&	Exposition,	                                                           exhibitor	will	be	held	liable	for	total	booth	
                                                  alter	 or	 close	 any	 exhibit	 which	 does	 not	
may	be	subject	to	a	music	license	fee.                                                               rental	 irrespective	 of	 the	 reason	 for	 the	
                                                  conform	to	the	provisions	of	this	contract.	
                                                                                                     cancellation,	 including	 cancellation	 due	
                                                  No	 refund	 shall	 be	 due	 under	 such	 cir-
                                                                                                     to	failure	of	an	exhibit	to	arrive.		Exhibitors	
Promotional Material                              cumstances.		LRP	also	reserves	the	right	
                                                                                                     who	have	paid	in	full	and	who	notify	LRP	of	
                                                  to	exclude	any	nonconforming	party	from	
Sample	 articles,	 premiums,	 novelties,	                                                            cancellation	prior	to	the	120	day	deadline	
                                                  exhibiting	at	any	future	LRP	program	or	to	
publications,	 souvenirs,	 printed	 educa-                                                           will	receive	a	refund	of	rental	fees	equal	to	
                                                  give	lowest	priority	for	future	exhibit	space.	  	
tional	 and	 promotional	 materials	 may	 be	                                                        50%	of	the	total	booth	rental.	LRP	shall	not	
                                                  These	actions	do	not	constitute	exclusive	
distributed	from	the	confines	of	the	exhib-                                                          be	held	responsible	for	shipping	charges,	
                                                  remedies,	and	LRP	may	avail	itself	of	any	
itor’s	 booth	 only.	 All	 such	 materials	 must	                                                    construction	costs,	labor	charges,	expens-
                                                  remedy	 in	 laws	 or	 equity	 in	 addition	 to	
be	made	available	to	all	exhibition	attend-                                                          es	for	preparation	of	exhibits	or	any	other	
                                                  these	actions.
ees	 so	 long	 as	 the	 materials	 are	 offered.	                                                    expenses	or	indemnity	in	the	event	that	the	
Prizes,	 contests	 or	 drawings	 are	 permit-                                                        materials	fails	to	arrive.		Exhibitor	shall	not	
ted	 with	 the	 permission	 of	 LRP Samples	 Booth Staffing
                                     .	                                                              be	entitled	to	a	refund	of	the	booth	rental	
of	hand-out	materials	other	than	literature	                                                         if	 the	 exhibition	 is	 cancelled	 by	 LRP	 as	 a	
                                                  Exhibit	 booths	 must	 be	 staffed	 during	 all	
pertaining	to	exhibitor’s	products	and	ser-                                                          result	of	strike,	riot,	civil	disorder,	act	of	ter-
                                                  posted	 exhibit	 hall	 hours.	 No	 exhibit	 or	
vices	must	be	approved	in	advance.	LRP	                                                              rorism,	act	of	war,	act	of	God	or	any	other	
                                                  portion	thereof	may	be	removed	from	the	
may	withdraw	permission	to	distribute	any	                                                           reason	 whatsoever	 not	 within	 the	 control	
                                                  exhibit	hall	during	the	conference	without	
material	 it	 considers	 objectionable.	 Any	                                                                 .	
                                                                                                     of	 LRP 	 Any	 refunds	 due	 by	 LRP	 will	 be	
                                                                                  .	
                                                  the	 written	 consent	 of	 LRP Any	 infraction	
food	or	beverage	distribution	must	be	ap-                                                            paid	no	later	than	60	days	after	the	close	
                                                  may	 result	 in	 the	 exhibitor	 being	 prohib-
proved	in	advance.                                                                                   of	the	conference.
                                                  ited	from	exhibiting	at	future	expositions.

Conflicting Events                                   Admission                                          Default
In	the	interest	of	the	success	of	the	entire	                                                           Any	 exhibitor	 failing	 to	 occupy	 space	
                                                     LRP	 shall	 have	 sole	 control	 over	 admis-
conference	 and	 exposition,	 the	 exhibitor	                                                           contracted	 for	 but	 not	 cancelled	 by	 7:00	
                                                     sions	 policies	 at	 all	 times.	 	 Any	 person	
agrees	not	to	extend	invitations,	call	meet-                                                            a.m.	 on	 the	 first	 show	 day,	 is	 not	 entitled	
                                                     visiting	the	exhibits	is	required	to	wear	an	
ings,	 or	 otherwise	 encourage	 absence	                                                               to	 any	 rebate.	 	 Management	 shall	 have	
                                                     appropriate	 badge	 while	 in	 attendance.	
of	 attendees	 or	 exhibitors	 from	 the	 con-                                                          the	right	to	use	said	space	to	suit	its	own	
                                                     All	 exhibitor	 personnel	 must	 wear	 an	 Ex-
ference	 or	 exhibit	 hall	 during	 the	 official	
                                                 	                                                      convenience,	 including	 selling	 the	 space	
                                                     hibitor’s	badge	or	appropriate	conference	
posted	 hours	 of	 the	 conference	 and	         	                                                      to	another	exhibitor	without	any	rebate	of	
                                                     registration	badge	at	all	times.                   allowance	 to	 the	 defaulting	 exhibitor	 and	
exposition	except	as	approved	by	LRP        .
                                                                                                        without	 incurring	 any	 obligation	 of	 any	
                                                                                                        kind	to	said	prospective	exhibitor.

                                                                                                                                               CD0808-33E
                                                                                                 2008
                                                                                                 Rules
                                                      	
                                                                                           &      Regulations
                                                                                                            tor	or	those	holding	under	the	exhibitor,	as	
Shipping                                              Installation & Dismantling                            well	as	to	strictly	comply	with	the	applicable	
The	 exhibitor	 agrees	 to	 ship,	 at	 its	 own	      Set	 up	 and	 tear	 down	 times	 will	 be	 an-        terms	contained	in	the	agreement	between	
risk	and	expense,	all	articles	to	be	exhib-           nounced	 in	 the	 Exhibitor	 Brochure.	 All	          LRP	 and	 the	 Exhibit	 Facility	 regarding	 the	
ited	 and	 agrees	 to	 conform	 to	 the	 rules	       exhibit	 materials	 must	 be	 removed	 from	          exhibition	 premises;	 and	 further,	 exhibitor	
for	shipping	as	contained	in	the	Exhibitor	           the	 Exhibit	 Facility	 promptly	 at	 the	 close	     shall	 at	 all	 times	 protect,	 indemnify,	 save	
Brochure	 and/or	 Service	 Kit.	 The	 Exhibit	        of	 the	 exhibit	 and	 the	 Exhibit	 Facility	    	   and	 keep	 harmless	 LRP	 and	 the	 Exhibit	
Facility	 has	 no	 facilities	 for	 receiving	 and	   reserves	 the	 right	 to	 re-ship	 the	 display	      Facility	against	and	from	 any	 and	all	 loss,	
storing	materials	prior	to	the	set-up	day	of	         material	 via	 carrier	 which	 it	 deems	 expe-       cost,	 damage,	 liability,	 injury	 or	 expense	
the	 exposition.	 DO	 NOT	 ship	 equipment	           dient	 if	 the	 carrier	 designated	 by	 the	 ex-     (including	 attorney’s	 fees)	 arising	 from	 or	
or	displays	directly	to	the	exhibit	facility,	or	     hibitor	does	not	promptly	remove	the	mer-             out	 of	 by	 reason	 of	 any	 accident	 or	 other	
to	the	hotel	in	which	exhibit	personnel	are	          chandise	from	the	facility	or	if	the	area	is	         occurrence	 to	 anyone,	 including	 the	 ex-
                                                      needed	by	the	facility.	Children	under	the	           hibitor,	its	agents,	employees	and	business	
housed.
                                                      age	of	18	are	specifically	prohibited	from	           invitees,	 which	 arise	 from	 or	 by	 reason	 of	
                                                      being	on	the	Exposition	floor	during	move-            said	exhibitor’s	occupancy	and	use	of	the	
Labor                                                 in	and	move-out	hours.                                exhibition	premises	or	part	thereof.	The	ex-
Skilled	and	unskilled	labor	for	unpacking,	                                                                 hibitor	understands	that	neither	LRP	nor	the	
                                                                                                            Exhibit	 Facility	 maintains	 insurance	 cover-
setting	 up	 and	 re-packing	 of	 exhibits	 will	     Fire Regulations                                      ing	the	Exhibitor’s	property	and	it	is	the	sole	
be	 supplied	 by	 the	 decorating	 contrac-
tor.	 Rates	 for	 this	 service	 will	 be	 quoted	    All	 booth	 decorations	 and	 construction	           responsibility	of	the	Exhibitor	to	obtain	cov-
by	 the	 decorating	 contractor.	 	 Extra	 or	        must	 conform	 to	 the	 regulations	 of	 the	         erage	at	their	expense	against	personal	in-
unusual	labor	for	any	action	affecting	the	       	   Las	 Vegas	 Fire	 Marshall.	 Cloth	 or	 other	        jury,	property	damage,	fire	and	theft	in	such	
exhibit	 facility	 will	 be	 charged	 directly	 to	   flammable	materials	must	be	flame-proof.	             an	amount	as	the	Exhibit	Facility	requires.
the	exhibitor	based	upon	time	and	materi-             Packing	 containers,	 excelsior,	 wrapping	
als	factors.	Exhibitors	must	make	arrange-            and	 similar	 material	 must	 be	 removed	 Interpretation
ments	for	this	type	of	activity	as	specified	         from	the	exhibit	area	and	not	stored	under	
                                                      tables	or	behind	displays.                       These	 regulations	 become	 a	 part	 of	 the	
in	the	Exhibitor	Service	Kit.
                                                                                                                                               .	
                                                                                                       contract	 between	 Exhibitor	 and	 LRP 	 Ex-
                                                                                                       hibitors	or	their	representatives	who	fail	to	
Arrangement Of Exhibits                               Protection Of Property                           observe	 the	 conditions	 of	 the	 contract	 or	
The	 space	 provided	 will	 be	 as	 shown	 on	        Nothing	 shall	 be	 pasted,	 tacked,	 nailed,	 who,	in	the	opinion	of	LRP    ,	conduct	them-
the	floor	plan	insofar	as	possible,	but	LRP	          screwed	 or	 otherwise	 affixed	 to	 columns,	 selves	unethically	may	be	dismissed	from	
reserves	the	right	to	change	the	location	if	         walls,	floors	or	other	parts	of	the	building	 the	exhibition	without	refund.
this	is	in	the	best	interest	of	the	exhibition.       or	furniture.	Gasoline	driven	vehicles	must	
                                                      be	drained	of	gasoline	prior	to	moving	into	
                                                      the	premises.	A	drip	pan	must	be	placed	
                                                                                                       Audio Visual
Utilities                                             under	each	vehicle.		Gasoline	driven	mo- Computer,	printer,	video	and	audio	equip-
Gas,	 electricity,	 water,	 air,	 drains,	 tele-      tors	 must	 not	 be	 operated	 in	 the	 exhibit	 ment	 rental	 services	 are	 available.	 	 All	
phones	 and	 internet	 service	 are	 avail-           area.	Batteries	must	be	disconnected	and	 audio	 visual	 requirements	 needed	 or	 an-
able.	 Smart	 City	 is	 the	 exclusive	 provider	     gas	caps	locked.		If	the	premises	are	de- ticipated	by	the	exhibitor	must	be	ordered	
of	 all	 Internet	 and	 data	 network	 services	      faced	or	damaged	by	an	act	of	negligence	 through	 the	 official	 audio	 visual	 vendor:	
and	 hard	 wired	 telephone	 services.	 This	         by	any	exhibitor,	its	agents	or	guest/s,	the	 Tech	Rentals.	Rates	will	 be	quoted	 in	 the	
includes	 all	 wired	 and	 wireless	 data	 and	       exhibitor	will	pay	for	any	and	all	expenses	 Exhibitor	Service	Kit.		
voice	 communications	 to	 and	 between	              incurred	by	damages	to	physical	property,	
                                                      caused	 by	 exhibitors,	 riggers,	 haulers	 or	
booths.	Electrical	services	will	be	provided	
                                                      other	contractors	engaged	for	the	purpose	
                                                                                                       General
by	Freeman.	All	other	utility	requirements	
needed	 or	 anticipated	 by	 exhibitor	 must	         of	moving	exhibits	and	equipment	into	and	 All	matters	and	questions	not	covered	by	
be	ordered	through	the	Exhibit	Facility	this	         out	of	the	building.                             the	Official	Regulations	and	Contract	Con-
is	 an	 exclusive	 service	 provided	 by	 Las	                                                         ditions	are	subject	to	the	discretion	of	LRP 	.	
                                                                                                       The	Regulations	and	Contract	Conditions	
Vegas	 Convention	 Center.	 Rates	 will	 be	          Liability                                        may	be	amended	or	supplemented	at	any	
quoted	in	the	Exhibitor	Service	Kit.
                                                                                                                     ,	
                                                      Exhibitor	agrees	to	protect,	save	and	keep	 time	 by	 LRP and	 all	 such	 amendments	
                                                      LRP	 and	 the	 Exhibit	 Facility	 forever	 harm- or	 additions	 shall,	 upon	 reasonable	 no-
                                                      less	for	any	damages	or	charges	imposed	 tice,	 be	 as	 equally	 binding	 on	 all	 parties	
                                                      for	violation	of	any	law	or	ordinance	wheth- affected	 as	 the	 original	 Regulations	 and	
                                                      er	occasioned	by	the	negligence	of	exhibi- Contract	Conditions.                      CD0808-33F
                                                                   2008
                                                                   Hotel
                                                                   Accommodations
Hotel Accommodations
A limited number of sleeping rooms are being held by	 the	 Las	 Vegas	 Hilton	 for	 this	 year’s	 National     
Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference  & Expo	 participants.	 Registrants	 are	 responsible	 for	
                                                      ®

making	their	own	hotel	reservations.	Contact	the	hotel	reservations	department	directly	and	be	sure	to	iden-
tify	yourself	as	a	NationalWorkers’CompensationandDisabilityConference®&Expo	registrant.	A	limited	
number	of	rooms	have	been	set	aside	at	the	hotel	until	October	15,	2008	or	until they are sold out.		Please	
contact	the	hotel	for	deposit	and	cancellation	policies.	Note	that	after	the	hotels’	reservation	cut-off	dates,	
reservations	will	be	accepted	at	the	hotel’s	prevailing	rate,	based	on	availability.		For	online	booking,	please	
visit:	http://www.wcconference.com/locale.html
	


Las Vegas Hilton 			
3000	Paradise	Road	
Las	Vegas,	NV	89109		
Phone:	(888)-732-7117
http://www.lvhilton.com
Room	Rate:	$172	Standard/	$209	Superior	single/double	plus	tax
Cut-Off	Date:	October	15,	2008	




                                                                                                       CD0808-33G
                                                                               2008
                                                                               Complimentary
                                                                               Exhibitor Registration
Complimentary Exhibitor Registration Form
Thank you for exhibiting at the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference® Expo. Your company is entitled
to ONE FREE full conference registration for each 10’ x 10’ booth purchased. The designated complimentary registrant
for your booth is invited to attend general sessions, workshops and luncheons. If you have purchased more than one
10’ x 10’ booth, please photocopy this form for your additional registrant(s).

Registration Policies and Procedures
	         C
       •	 	 onference	speakers	automatically	receive	a	FREE	conference	registration.	Do	NOT	include	any	representatives	from	
          your	company	who	are	speaking	at	this	conference	on	this	form.
	
	      •	 Badges	may	be	picked	up	at	the	exhibitor	registration	counter.
	
	         E
       •	 	 ach	request	for	substitutions,	additions	or	changes	after	October	31,	2008	will	be	subject	to	a	$25.00	nonrefundable	
          administrative	fee.
	
	         A
       •	 	 	$25.00	nonrefundable	administrative	fee	may	be	charged	to	replace	any	lost	Complimentary	Exhibitor	badges.


Complete the form below for your complimentary exhibitor conference registration and fax it to: Todd Colucci, LRP
Conferences at (561) 622-2423 by October 31, 2008. For questions please call (800) 727-1227 or email conferences@lrp.com.

Please	type	or	print	clearly	all	requested	information.

    Name:	


    Title:


    Organization:


    Address:


    City:                                                                           State:            Zip:


    Telephone:                    -                -                    Fax:                  -                -


    E-mail:



Submitted	by:	_________________________________________________________________________

Date:	_________________________________________________________________________________

Telephone:	____________________________________________________________________________




                                                                                                                         CD0808-33I
                                                                            2008
                                                                            Booth Personnel
                                                                            Badge Form
Booth Personnel Badge Form
Each 10’ x 10’ booth purchase entitles your company to up to 10 personnel badges for those employees staffing your
booth. These badges permit entrance to the expo hall only and not to general sessions, workshops or luncheons.

Registration Policies and Procedures
	         D
       •	 	 o	NOT	include	representatives	from	your	company	who	are	speaking	at	this	conference	on	this	form.
	
	      •	 Do	NOT	include	your	Complimentary	Exhibitor	Registrant	on	this	form.
	
	         B
       •	 	 ooth	personnel	may	pick	up	their	badges	at	the	exhibitor	registration	counter.	Each	request	for		
          substitutions,	additions	or	changes	after	October	31,	2008	will	be	subject	to	a	$25.00	nonrefundable	
          administrative	fee.
	
	         A
       •	 	 	$25.00	nonrefundable	administrative	fee	may	be	charged	to	replace	any	lost	Booth	Personnel	badges.


Complete the form below for your booth personnel badges and fax it to: Todd Colucci at LRP Conferences at
(561) 622-2423 by October 31, 2008.

Please	type	or	print	clearly	all	requested	information.

    Name:	


    Title:


    Organization:


    City:                                                                           State:           Zip:




    Name:	


    Title:


    Organization:


    City:                                                                           State:           Zip:

Submitted	by:	_________________________________________________________________________

Date:	_________________________________________________________________________________

Telephone:	____________________________________________________________________________


                                                                                                                  CD0808-33J
                                                                                    2008
                                                                                    Discount Exhibitor
                                                                                    Registration
Exhibitor Discount Full Conference Registration Form
Thank	you	for	exhibiting	at	the	NationalWorkers’CompensationandDisabilityConference®&Expo.	Your	company	is	entitled	to	
a	discounted	registration	fee	on	full	conference	registrations.	A	Full	Conference	registration	gives	you	access	to	the	program	
sessions	(excluding	pre-conference	symposiums).	The	Super	Pass	registration	includes	access	to	all	sessions	(excluding	pre-
symposiums)	at	the	NationalWorkers’CompensationandDisabilityConference®	and	the	Workers’CompensationintheFederal
WorkplaceConference.	Discount registrations can be used for your employees only.	Please	photocopy	this	form	for	your	
additional	registrants.

Cancellation Policy:
                                                                                                                                               	
Substitutions	 may	 be	 made	 at	 any	 time	 with	 no	 penalty.	 Cancellations	 received	 in	 writing	 on	 or	 before	 October	 17,	 2008	 will	
receive	a	refund	minus	an	administrative	fee	of	$150.	Cancellations	received	after	October	17,	2008,	will	not	be	refunded.	Unpaid	
cancellations	for	the	National	Workers’	Compensation	and	Disability	Conference®	&	Expo	will	be	billed	for	the	appropriate	fee.	
No-show	registrations	will	not	be	refunded.	LRP	Conferences	reserves	the	right	to	cancel	the	conference	due	to	lack	of	registra-
tions.	In	case	of	conference	cancellation,	LRP’s	liability	is	limited	to	the	refund	of	the	conference	registration	fee	only.	LRP	reserves	
the	right	to	alter	this	program	without	prior	notice.

Complete the form below for your discount conference registration and fax it to: Todd Colucci, LRP Conferences at
(561) 622-2423 by October 31, 2008. For questions please call (800) 727-1227 or e-mail conferences@lrp.com.

Please	type	or	print	clearly	all	requested	information.

 Name:	


 Title:


 Organization:


 Address:


 City:                                                                                     State:              Zip:


 Telephone:                        -                  -                      Fax:                     -                  -


 E-mail:


Registration Fees:
q	National	Workers’	Compensation	&	Disability	Conference®	$650.00				
q	Super	Pass	-	$750.00

Please	charge	my	credit	card:			q	VISA				q	American	Express			q	MasterCard			qDiscover

Account	Number:	______________________________________________________________			Expiration	Date:	______________

Card	Holder	Name:	_________________________________			Signature:	_______________________________________________


                                                                                                                                    CD0808-33H
                                         2008
                                         Booth Personnel
                                         Badge Form
Booth Personnel Badge Form (continued)

Name:	


Title:


Organization:


City:                                       State:   Zip:




Name:	


Title:


Organization:


City:                                       State:   Zip:




Name:	


Title:


Organization:


City:                                       State:   Zip:




Name:	


Title:


Organization:


City:                                       State:   Zip:



                                                            CD0808-33K
                      CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY



                                             ANIMALS

•   Permission for any domesticated animal (cats, dogs, etc.) to appear in a show or booth must first be
    approved by show management then by the Convention Services Manager.
•   The following criteria must be met before the animal is allowed on property:
       o The animal must have something to do wit the booth or show (i.e., a dog used in commercials,
           films, etc).
       o A separate certificate of insurance in the amount of $1 million combined single limit bodily
           injury and broad form property damage coverage, including broad form contractual liability,
           naming the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority as additional insured.
       o Animals will not remain in the building overnight.
       o A trainer must accompany animals at all times.
•   Non-domesticated animals will be considered on an individual basis. Call the Convention Services
    Manager for further details.
•   Seeing eye/assistance animals are always welcome.




                                                                                          Exhibitor Kit – 5/08
                        CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY

                                           BALLOONS/STICKERS

•   Show management and the Convention Services Manager must approve the use of balloons.

•   Helium balloons larger than 36 inches, either separate or tethered, are permitted in the exhibit halls. Helium
    balloon columns and arches are permitted in public space or meeting room areas as long as balloons are properly
    anchored. Helium balloons may not be used for handouts. Smaller air-filled balloons may be used for decoration
    and/or handouts.

•   Large helium-filled balloons, such as advertising balloons, may be used only if they are securely anchored to the
    exhibit. No helium balloons or blimps may be flown around the exhibit hall.

•   Helium gas cylinders used for refilling must be secured in an upright position on ANSI (American National
    Standards Institute) approved safety stands with the regulators and gauges protected from potential damage.

•   Overnight storage of helium or compressed air cylinders in the building is prohibited.

•   Balloons must be removed from the property by the exhibitor or the company who provided them. Balloons must
    not be left for the service contractor, cleaning contractor or the LVCVA.

•   Balloons may not be released out-of-doors due to airport flight patterns in the area.

•   Stickers are prohibited on property.




                                                                                                    Exhibitor Kit – 5/08
                            CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY
                                 CONTRACTOR & VENDOR REQUIREMENTS
Any show-appointed and/or exhibitor-appointed company providing a service during conventions, trade shows and events
on the property of the Las Vegas Convention Center or Cashman Center must comply with the following requirements
prior to commencement of work at either facility. Permits are issued on an annual basis.

1. ANNUAL CONTRACTOR FEE                          $250.00
2. CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE
      • Workers’ Compensation Coverage in the State of Nevada
            If the home state of the contractor does not have a reciprocal agreement with the State of Nevada, contact
            Employers Insurance Company of Nevada (EICN) to obtain proper coverage. Phone (702) 837-3000 or
            www.eicn.com
        •   Commercial General Liability insurance in the amount of one million dollars ($1,000,000) combined single
            limit bodily injury and broad form property damage coverage, including broad form contractual liability,
            naming the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority as additional insured.

3. LEGAL COMPLIANCE – SIGNATURE REQUIRED BELOW
      For and in consideration of the Permit, each contractor agrees to indemnify, defend and hold the LVCVA
      harmless for damages, claims or expenses incurred by the LVCVA that are attributable to the contractor or its
      actions or inactions at the LVCC. Such damages, claims or expenses include, but are not limited to, those related
      to (1) the handling of hazardous materials; (2) negligence or intentional conduct; (3) violation of any law or
      regulation; and (4) additional security resulting from labor strikes and the like. Where appropriate, expenses will
      be charged to the responsible contractor on a pro rata basis.

        The undersigned agrees to provide all required payments and evidence of compliance with requirements set forth
        herein. Further, the undersigned agrees to the terms and conditions set forth in Section 4 hereof.
        Name of Company: __________________________________________________________

        Address: ___________________________________________________________________

        City, State, Zip: _____________________________________________________________

       Type of Business: ____________________________________________________________

        By: ______________________________________________________________________
                                     (Signature)

              ______________________________________________________________________
                                       (Print Name)
       Title: _______________________________________________ Date __________________

       Web Address: _______________________________________ Phone _________________

       E-Mail Address: ______________________________________ FAX ___________________




                                                                                                           Exhibitor Kit – 5/08
     •   Submit the form above with an original signature by an appropriate company designee
     •   Include certificate of insurance and worker’s compensation as described above
     •   Make check payable to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority
     •   Return this form with a check for $250 for the annual fee to the following address:

                        Director of Convention Services
                        Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority
                        3150 Paradise Road
                        Las Vegas, NV 89109



               Direct questions to the Convention Services Department, LVCVA
                     Phone (702) 892-2940          FAX (702) 892-2933

                 Have you provided all of the following AS ONE SUBMISSION:

                                  Contractor Fee
                                  Certificate of Insurance with Appropriate Coverage
                                  This Form with Appropriate Signature


All documentation must be received BEFORE work may commence
on the property of the Las Vegas Convention Center or Cashman Center



  BE ADVISED THAT CLARK COUNTY AND THE CITY OF LAS VEGAS REQUIRE ALL
  CONTRACTORS TO OBTAIN A BUSINESS LICENSE WHEN WORKING AT EITHER THE LAS VEGAS
  CONVENTION CENTER OR CASHMAN CENTER. CONTACT THE FOLLOWING FOR FURTHER
  INFORMATION:

  Clark County Department of Business License      City of LV Dept. of Finance & Business Services
  500 Grand Central Parkway, Third Floor           400 Stewart Avenue
  Las Vegas, NV 89155                              Las Vegas, NV 89101
  702-455-0174                                     702-229-6281
  www.co.clark.nv.us                               www.ci.las-vegas.nv.us




                                                                                               Exhibitor Kit – 5/08
                      CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY

                     MULTI-LEVEL AND/OR COVERED EXHIBITS
•   It is the responsibility of the Exhibitor Appointed Contractor (EAC) to ensure all rules within this
    section are followed, with the exception of those rules pertaining to the use of a fire watch. The EAC
    has the responsibility to work with the client to ensure booth plans, as required by this section, are
    submitted to the Safety Office within 45 days of the first day of move-in for the event. Plans used for
    prior shows must be resubmitted for approval each time for the upcoming show.
•   Multi-level or covered areas are required to be limited to dimensions, which do not exceed 1,000 square
    feet in contiguous area. Definitions:
         o Multi-level – Any occupied second story or greater area which is accessible by an approved
             means of egress.
         o Covered Area – Any area that covers the exhibit space and prevents the building fire sprinkler
             system from discharging water unobstructed to the floor. This will include single story exhibits
             with ceilings, upper deck exhibits, roof, overhead lighting installations, and any materials
             hanging or installed overhead that is not recognized as acceptable for use under fire sprinkler
             systems by fire code.
         o Contiguous – Any area or combination of areas which are not separated by a clear ten (10) foot
             fire break. This measurement is made horizontally.
         o Fire break – A clear non-combustible space at least ten 910) feet in width surrounding the exhibit
             or exhibit space on all sides.
         o Means of Egress – An approved stairway or ramp constructed to the specifications of the code
             used for access and exiting.
•   If additional multi-level or covered contiguous area is required in excess of 1,000 square feet, a fire
    sprinkler system shall be installed under the entire area and every level of a multi-level exhibit.
         o A Nevada State licensed fire sprinkler contractor must install fire sprinkler systems.
•   If additional multi-level or covered area is required in excess of 1,000 square feet without the use of a
    fire sprinkler system, contiguous areas limited to 1,000 square feet may be separated by a minimum ten
    (10) foot fire break on all sides.
         o The fire break shall be void of any combustible displays, furniture or other material, which could
             abet transfer of fire from one area to the other.
         o Exception: The fire break may be spanned by a single bridge, catwalk or structure that shall not
             exceed 48 inches in width and shall be constructed of fire resistant or non-combustible materials.
•   Multi-level or covered areas shall not have any additional deck, ceiling or covering installed above for
    any purpose unless a fire sprinkler system is installed in each level of the exhibit.
•   Multi-level areas that are greater than 300 square feet or which will occupy more than nine persons shall
    have at least two remote means of egress. Remote is defined such that the means of egress shall be
    placed at a distance from one another not less than one half the length of the maximum overall diagonal
    dimension of the area to be served.
•   Means of egress shall be of an approved type and constructed to the requirement of the code.



                                                                                             Exhibitor Kit – 5/08
        o Spiral stairs are not allowed. Spiral stairways are not an approved means of egress for areas
            occupied by the public, visitors or clientele.
•   Exhibits with multi-levels, covered or roofed areas exceeding 300 square feet in size will require the
    installation of battery-operated smoke detectors. Any covered area that is also enclosed will require the
    installation of battery-operated smoke detectors regardless of the size of the area. All smoke detectors
    will emit an audible alarm that can be heard outside of the area and must be installed in accordance with
    NFPA 72.
•   Any single level exhibit exceeding 300 square feet of contiguous covered area (see: “covered area,”
    definition above) and all multiple-level exhibits must submit a booth plan to the LVCVA Safety Office
    for approval prior to the exhibit coming onto LVCVA property. Please send plans to the LVCVA Safety
    Office at 3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109. Plans may be faxed to 702.892.2919. Plans may
    also be submitted in CAD or PDF format via e-mail to: Boothplans@lvcva.com. Booth plans are
    required to be submitted for each show, regardless of the booth has been approved for any past show by
    the LVCVA Safety Office.
•   Any upper deck area to be occupied must have an approved plan with an engineering stamp.
•   After hours fire watch must be provided for covered areas exceeding 300 square feet. The booth fire
    watch must have the capability to contact in-house Security Dispatch by radio or other acceptable
    audible means.
        o Fire watch coverage is to commence with installation of upper deck, or ceiling, and continue
            during non-show hours until the upper level or ceiling is removed.
        o Assigned fire watch staff must be trained and qualified in the use of fire extinguishers. Contract
            security, or the fire watch contractor, is responsible for the verification of qualification of fire
            watch personnel.
        o Fire watch personnel will be responsible for immediate notification by radio to LVCVA Security
            Dispatch giving the exact location and description of the problem.
        o Fire watch personnel may be assigned to multiple contiguous exhibits, based upon not more than
            one-minute response to any location involved.
        o Fire watch personnel, prior to start of assignment, shall inspect locations and condition of fire
            appliances and become familiar with the building, including location of available exits.
        o Cost and method of payment of fire watch is to be negotiated between the contractor supplying
            the service and show management and/or the exhibitor requiring such services.




                                                                                              Exhibitor Kit – 5/08
                      CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY

                       FIRE AND SAFETY EXHIBIT GUIDELINES
•   It is the responsibility of the Exhibitor Appointed Contractor (EAC) to ensure the criteria in bold below
    are met during installation of the exhibit.
•   All means of entrance and exit must be clear and free from obstruction at all times.
•   Each hard wall booth must be a minimum of nine (9) inches from the booth line for access to
    electrical.
•   No storage of any kind is allowed behind booths or near electrical service. A one-day supply of product
    is permitted within but cannot be stored behind the booth.
•   All fire hose racks, fire extinguishers and emergency exits must be visible and accessible at all
    times. Should this equipment be within a booth or exhibit due to the layout of floor space,
    additional signage indicating fire equipment location(s) (extinguisher, hoses, etc.) will be
    necessary, along with accessibility being maintained at all times.
•   Exhibit booth construction shall meet the requirements of 2003 NFPA 101, 13.7.4.3.4. The upper
    deck of multi-level exhibits greater than 300 square feet (28 sq. m) will need at least two (2) remote
    means of egress. (2003 NFPA 101, 13.7.4.3.3). The upper deck, if occupied, must be rated at 100
    psf live load. All materials used in exhibit construction, decoration, or as a temporary cover must
    be certified as flame retardant or a sample must be available for testing. Materials which cannot
    be treated to meet the requirements may not be used.
•   Halogen and quartz lamp use must be reviewed with the Convention Services Manager and the
    Safety Office. See Halogen Lamp Restriction in this section.
•   Vehicles on display (per 2003 NFPA 101, 13.7.4.4):
             o Fuel tank openings shall be locked or sealed in an approved manner to prevent escape of
                 vapors; fuel tanks shall not contain in excess of one-quarter their capacity or contain in
                 excess of 19L (five gal.) of fuel, whichever is less. (NFPA 101, 13.7.4.4.1)
             o At least one battery cable shall be removed from the batteries used to start the vehicle engine,
                 and the disconnected battery cable shall then be taped. (NFPA 101, 13.7.4.4.2) Batteries
                 used to power auxiliary equipment shall be permitted to be kept in service.
             o Batteries must be disconnected. Auxiliary batteries not connected to engine starting system
                 may be left connected.
             o External chargers or batteries are recommended for demonstration purposes.
             o No battery charging is permitted inside the building.
             o Combustible/flammable materials must not be stored beneath display vehicles.
             o Fueling or de-fueling of vehicles is prohibited (NFPA 101, 13.7.4.4.4)
             o Vehicles shall not be moved during exhibit hours.
    • Model/modular home displays in trade shows must be reviewed with the Convention Services
         Manager. In addition, a floor plan of the model/modular home must be submitted to the
         LVCVA Safety Office.
    • Vehicles in the building for loading or unloading must note be left with engine idling.



                                                                                             Exhibitor Kit – 5/08
•   Except for equipment that uses LPG or natural gas as fuel, compressed gas cylinders, including LPG,
    and all flammable or combustible liquids are prohibited inside the building. Any other exceptions
    require prior approval by the Convention Services Manager and the Safety Office. Overnight
    storage of LPG, natural gas as fuel or compressed gas cylinders is prohibited in the building. The
    following regulations apply to the use of LPG (propane) inside and outside the Las Vegas
    Convention Center. Any use of LPG (propane) on LVCVA property must be approved prior to
    arrival by the LVCVA Safety Office. (NFPA 101, 13.7.4.5 Prohibited Materials)
        o When approved, LPG (propane) containers having a maximum water capacity of 12lb
            [nominal 5lb LP-Gas capacity] may be permitted temporarily inside the convention facility of
            public exhibitions or demonstrations. If more than one such container is located in an area,
            the containers shall be separated by at least 20 feet.
        o When approved, LPG (propane) containers complying with UL 147AStandard for Non-
            refillable (disposable) Type Fuel Gas Cylinder Assemblies, and having a maximum water
            capacity of 2.7 lb and filled with no more than 16.8 ounces of LP-Gas may be permitted for
            use inside the convention facility as part of approved self-contained torch assemblies or
            similar appliances.
        o Any exception to the first two requirements above must be submitted for review and approval
            by the LVCVA Safety Office and the Convention Services Manager.
        o All LPG (propane) containers must be separated and inaccessible to the public. Cooking and
            food warming devices (see FOOD PREPARATION WITHIN EXHIBITS in this section) in
            exhibit booths shall be isolated from the public by not less than 48 inches (1220 mm) or by a
            barrier between the devices and the public. (2003 NFPA 101, 13.7.4.5.1)
        o The after-hours, overnight storage of any LPG (propane) container inside the convention
            facility is strictly prohibited. Containers must be removed at the end of each day and can be
            delivered back to the show floor upon the arrival of exhibit staff in the morning.
        o Storage of LPG (propane) containers must be either off-site or on-site, outside of the
            building, in an approved metal storage vault and approved location.
        o No dispensing from or refilling of LPG (propane) containers will be permitted inside of the
            convention facility.
        o Use of LPG (propane) outdoors must be approved by the LVCVA Safety Office and the
            Convention Services Manager prior to arrival on LVCVA property. No outside LPG
            (propane) will be permitted in any areas where building exits discharge or Fire Department
            access is required.
•   Areas enclosed by solid walls and ceilings must be provided with approved smoke detectors which
    are audible outside the area of the booth. A fire watch may be required. (See Multi-Deck and/or
    Covered Exhibits for more information.)
•   The travel distance within the exhibit booth or exhibit enclosure to an exit access aisle shall not
    exceed 50 feet. (2003 NFPA 101, 13.7.4.3.2)
•   Exhibitors who plan to demonstrate fuel-burning appliances in the Las Vegas Convention
    Center must have approval from the Convention Services Manager 60 days prior to the event.
•   Heated or cooking oil or grease operations:
        o Exhibitors using heated oil or grease for cooking or any other purpose must be in attendance
            of this equipment at all times when in operation and must have a type “K” fire extinguisher
            present during the operation. An example of this typ extinguisher is a potassium bicarbonate
            extinguisher. Also acceptable is a sodium bicarbonate extinguisher. (See FOOD
            PREPARATION WITHIN EXHIBITS.)


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        o Fire code prohibits the use of any “B” type extinguisher for the purpose of extinguishing a
           heated cooking oil or grease fire.
        o Type “K” fire extinguishers can be obtained from a company that sells and services fire
           extinguishers. The yellow page directory for “fire extinguishers” can be referenced for a
           supplier. There are several companies local in Las Vegas that offer this service.
•   Fireplaces must be listed as ventless or self-venting for indoor use in order to obtain approval for
    burning inside the facility.
        o Vented fireplaces cannot be burned since venting directly outdoors is not possible.
        o Only enclosed fireplaces will be approved for burning, meaning the fireplace must be
           enclosed with a glass front or a protective heat/contact barrier must be installed to prevent
           combustible exposure or attendee contact.
        o Screen front fireplaces will not be approved for burning.
        o Exhibit design directly around the fireplace and installation of the fireplace must meet the
           requirement/code for permanent fireplace installation. Distances from exposure to
           combustibles must meet the requirements for permanent installations.




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                      CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY

                        FOOD PREPARATION WITHIN EXHIBITS
•   Whenever food is prepared within an exhibit, an Application for Food Preparation within Exhibits form
    should be completed and forwarded to your Convention Services Manager. Upon receipt of this form,
    your Convention Services Manager will forward the information to LVCVA Safety personnel for
    review.

•   Cooking and food warming devices in exhibit booths shall comply with provisions in NFPA 101-Life
    Safety Code, Sections 12.7.5.3.9.

•   Devices shall be isolated from the public by at least 4 ft. (122 cm) or by a barrier between the devices
    and the public.

•   Multi-well cooking equipment (fryers) using combustible oils or solids (heated and cooking oil or
    grease) are not allowed unless installed in accordance with NFPA 96 – Standard for Ventilation Control
    and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations.

•   Single well cooking equipment (fryers) using combustible oils or solids (heated and cooking oil or
    grease) shall:
        o Be of a self-contained, and enclosed type.
        o Be limited to 288 sq. in. (.19 sq. m) of cooking surface.
        o Be placed on non-combustible surface materials.
        o Be separated from each other by a minimum horizontal distance of 2 ft. (61 cm).
        o Exception: Multiple single well cooking equipment where the aggregate cooking surface does
           not exceed 288 square inches (.19 square meter) of cooking surface.
        o Be kept a minimum horizontal distance of 2 ft. (61 cm) from any combustible material.

•   NFPA-101, Sec 12.7.5.3.9 Definition: “Portable Cooking Equipment” – Portable cooking equipment
    that is not flue connected shall be permitted only as follows:
        o No open flame devices shall be used in any assembly occupancy unless: Equipment is fueled by
             small heat sources that can be readily extinguished by water, such as candles or alcohol-burning
             equipment (including “solid alcohol”) may be used provided adequate precautions satisfactory to
             the authority having jurisdiction are taken to prevent ignition of any combustible materials.
             These devices must be attended at all times by personnel that are provided by the contractor who
             has exclusive food service rights to the LVCVA. The only duty of this personnel will be to
             supervise the food service operation. In addition, the food service personnel must be trained in
             the usage of a fire extinguisher.

•   Candles may be used for decorative purposes for events with food service (1 candle per table) where the


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       candles are supported by/on substantial non-combustible bases so located as to avoid danger of ignition
       of combustible materials. Candle flames shall be protected and enclosed so that if the candle were to tip
       over, there would be no risk of fire. The Safety Office has final approval to determine if a candle meets
       the above criteria. Candles may not be left unattended while lit. Intended use of candles for decorative
       purposes must be listed in the “Application for Food Preparation Within Exhibits” and submitted to the
       Safety Office.

   •   Fire Extinguishers for Heated and Cooking Oil or Grease Operations:
           o Exhibitors using heated oil or grease for cooking or any other purpose must have a type “K” fire
              extinguisher present during the demonstration. An example of this type extinguisher is a
              potassium bicarbonate extinguisher. Also acceptable is a sodium bicarbonate extinguisher.

   •   Fire code prohibits the use of any “B” type extinguisher for the purpose of extinguishing a heated
       cooking oil or grease fire.

   •   Type “K” fire extinguishers can be obtained from a company that sells and services fire extinguishers.
       The yellow page directory for “fire extinguishers” can be referenced for a supplier. There are several
       companies local in Las Vegas that offer this service.

Contact ARAMARK for additional information and guidelines regarding the Clark County Health District rules
                                          and regulations.




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                           CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY
             APPLICATION FOR FOOD PREPARATION WITHIN EXHIBITS
Name of Event: ___________________________________________________

Dates of Event: ______________________________ Booth Number: _______

Name of Exhibiting Company: _______________________________________

Contact Person/Title: ______________________________________________

Phone: __________________________ FAX: _________________________

Email: __________________________________________________________

Please indicate the food item(s) you wish to prepare:



Please indicate the process/equipment that would be used:



Please check box if decorative candles are to be used (1 candle per table):

No open flames will be permitted.
A 5ABC portable fire extinguisher will be required for each approved device.
A type “K” portable fire extinguisher will be required when use of cooking oil is approved.


Please FAX this form to:

Convention Services Manager
Las Vegas Convention Center
702/892-2933

A Safety coordinator will call you to discuss your food preparation plans. DO NOT finalize plans to prepare
food in your booth without approval of your equipment by the Las Vegas Convention Center.

                                                                         Approved    Denied




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                          CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY
                                  HALOGEN LAMP RESTRICTION

In a move to ensure the safety of building customers at the Las Vegas Convention Center, the LVCVA has
placed a ban on certain halogen lamps. Halogen lamps are limited to 75 watts and must be of the sealed variety,
which prevents direct handling of the bulb. The ban became effective January 1, 2003.

The following statement was issued jointly by the LVCVA and the Exhibit Designers and Producers
Association in order to clarify all prior communications concerning the use of halogen lighting at LVCVA
facilities. This revision replaces the halogen lighting policy statement issued by the LVCVA on August 1,
2002.

Why is LVCVA restricting the use of halogen lighting?

LVCVA has experienced several fire safety incidents arising from the use of stem- and track mounted halogen
light fixtures attached to exhibit booths where the fixtures utilized linear halogen bulbs. Typically, these hazards
arose from misuse and poor maintenance practices rather than from any deficiency in the design of the fixture or
the halogen bulb it contains.

Misuse encountered by the LVCVA has included failure to correctly install the fixtures in a secure fashion and
failure to ensure that fixtures are not in close proximity to drapes, displayed items, or similar flammable
material.
Poor maintenance includes replacing bulbs with higher wattages than the permitted maximum marked on the
fixture, failure to replace lenses or shields after re-lamping, failure to follow the lamp manufacturer’s
instructions concerning direct contact with the bulb, and replacement of broken lenses and other components
with sub-standard, non- approved, parts. These practices are not within the ability of LVCVA or the equipment
manufacturer/distributor to supervise and may result in safety risks.

What halogen lighting IS covered by this policy?

This policy covers only certain restrictions on stem- and track-mounted halogen lighting installed by display
contractors and exhibitors for the temporary lighting of exhibit booths. Stem-mounted fixtures employ an arm
that extends outward from the mounting mechanism which is typically terminated in a light head that pivots,
swivels, or is otherwise movable. The use of stem- and track-mounted halogen or other fixtures employing
either a linear halogen bulb (Addendum M, Fig. 1) or a non-shielded halogen bulb (Addendum M, Fig. 2) is not
allowed.

What halogen lighting is NOT covered by this policy?

Halogen bulbs or lighting fixtures (including track lighting) containing halogen bulbs that are being displayed
or demonstrated as part of an exhibiting company’s product line or business in its booth. Theatre, stage or studio


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lighting equipment utilizing halogen lamps may be used only for code-defined theatre or stage activities. Such
lighting may not be used as booth lighting or to illuminate signs or objects on the exhibit floor nor in any other
exhibit or meeting area where the general public has access.

How do the restrictions affect stem- and track-mounted halogen light fixtures?

Unless otherwise stated in this policy, stem- or track-mounted halogen light fixtures installed in LVCVA
facilities must:
1. Utilize one of the halogen bulb styles shown in Fig. 3 (Self-Shielded Bulbs – See Addendum N). These
    bulbs have an additional glass shield that is integrated with the bulb design and require no other shield as
    part of the light fixture; and
2. Utilize a bulb not exceeding the listed wattage permitted for use by the fixture manufacturer, but in no case
    exceeding 75 watts.

Alternative Designs:
The LVCVA will periodically review this policy and take into consideration any improvements in products and
practices that provide appropriate levels of operational safety.




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                            DISAPPROVED HALOGEN BULBS




Fig. 1. Linear Bulbs




MR 11/16 Uncovered            Line Voltage      Low Voltage Bi-Pin




Fig. 2 Non-Shielded Bulbs




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                    APPROVED HALOGEN BULBS – 75 watts max




                       MR 11/16                                        Covered
– low voltage


o




                       MR 16 Covered – line voltage

Figure 3. Self-Shielded Bulbs




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                       CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY
                                    HAZARDOUS MATERIAL
•   All hazardous materials brought into the facility must be labeled and accompanied by the applicable
    MSDS (Materials Safety Data Sheet) which must be produced upon request. It is highly recommended
    that the MSDS be submitted at the same time floor plans are submitted.

•   The Lessee is responsible for the handling and removal of hazardous materials used in the operation of
    the show in accordance with the latest Environmental Protection Agency regulations in effect at the time
    of the event. Arrangements must be made in advance for disposal. Disposal of hazardous waste is
    prohibited in the sewer lines or drains of the facility.

•   The Lessee is responsible for the tracking of all hazardous material brought into the facility.

•   Any materials left on the premises after move-out will be disposed of at the expense of the Lessee.




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                      CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY
                                       MEETING ROOMS
•   Meeting rooms N101-N120 may be used for commercial exhibits with the following restrictions:
        o Carpeting can be placed on top of building carpet in the meeting rooms with permission from the
            Convention Services Manager. Visquene must be laid between the building carpet and the carpet
            being installed. Use only non-residue tape. No sub-flooring is allowed for exhibits.
        o When moving freight or equipment in these areas the existing carpet must be protected by the
            use of approved runners or Visquene.
        o No signs, banners, trussing, lights, etc., may be hung from the ceilings or the support structures
            above the ceilings. Nothing can be affixed to meeting room walls or doors without approval of
            the Convention Services Manager.
        o No structures erected in these rooms may have any type of ceiling. All walls must be 18 inches
            below automatic fire sprinkler heads.
•   When constructing any wall units, care must be used not to obstruct any of the HVAC controls, light
    controls, electrical outlets, cable TV outlets, sound outlets, exit signs or exits.
•   Electrical service is limited to installed plugs/Crouse-Hinds show power receptacles in each room. (See
    below for listing of available show power.)
•   All exhibits being set in these rooms must have an approved floor plan. These floor plans must be
    submitted to the LVCVA Convention Services manager at least 60 days in advance of set up.
•   Nothing can be affixed to meeting room walls or doors without approval of the CSM.
•   Anyone in the process of designing exhibits or displays for these meeting rooms are encouraged to
    contact the Convention Services Manager for clarification of all rules and regulations.
•   Meeting rooms C201-C206, N201-N264, Diamond Offices 1,2,3, and 4 and S101-S233:
        o Tabletop exhibits, hospitality suites or registrations may be set in these rooms.
        o No exhibitor crates, wooden skids/pallets, hanging of signs or the building of a room with a
            ceiling within a meeting room will be allowed. Installation of flooring and trussing is only
            permitted with approval from the Convention Services Manager
        o Standard furniture such as desks, chairs, sofas and cocktail tables will be allowed in those rooms
            designated as hospitality suites.
        o GEM or MIS wall type installations must be used when subdividing these rooms. Under no
            circumstance will GEM or MIS type structures be allowed with a ceiling. All GEM or MIS
            walls must be 18 inches below automatic fire sprinkler heads.
•   Closet and utility rooms are not included with any meeting room. These are for LVCVA use only.
•   Meeting room partitions will be moved only by LVCVA personnel. Contact your Convention Services
    Manager if you need assistance.
•   Each meeting room is allowed one (1) no-charge setup per day. Check with the Convention Services
    Manager for multiple setup fees. Meeting room setup information:
        o STAGING: The Convention Center sets panels for a stage/dais if required. Panels are 4’ x 8’
            and are available in 16”, 24”, and 32”. The next size ranges from 36” to 54” in two inch
            increments. The platform is two-sided. One side is carpet in a multi-pattern of black, gray and


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            white. The other side is black vinyl. All skirting is black. The LVCVA will utilize to the extent
            of the inventory. According to code, side and back rails are required for stages above 32”.
        o TABLES: Table sizes are 18” x 8’, 30” x 8’, and 6’ rounds, all 30 inches high. The tops are
            gray and are hard plastic.
                     DRAPED/SKIRTED TABLES: If a draped head table or skirted table is required, it must
                     be ordered from the Service Contractor. The Convention Center has plastic tables, and
                     they cannot be draped, as there is no way to staple into them. The Convention Center
                     does not provide linens or skirting.
        o CHAIRS: Chairs are the gray stacking type and available for meeting room sets to the extent of
            our inventory. At the base, chairs are 20 x 20 inches.
        o MICROPHONES: The LVCVA will provide wired microphones including
            podium/microphones, lavalieres, aisle, and table microphones at no charge to the extent of
            LVCVA inventory. All wireless microphones must be supplied by an A/V contractor.
        o LECTERNS: Standing lecterns are provided free of charge to the extent of our inventory.
        o AUDIO/VISUAL EQUIPMENT: All projectors, screens, overheads, VCRs, etc., are ordered
            through the audio/visual contractor. Four line inputs may be set in one room without a sound
            operator. A fifth input requires an operator which must be ordered from the audio/visual
            contractor.
        o EASELS: The Convention Center provides easels to the extent of our inventory. Note: Easels
            are not the type that will hold a flip chart.
        o FLIP CHARTS/MARKERS/POINTERS: Flip charts, markers, and pointers must be obtained
            from the audio/visual contractor.
        o PADS/PENCILS: The Convention Center does not provide pads or pencils.
        o PIPE/DRAPE: The Convention Center does not provide pipe and drape.
        o COCKTAIL TABLES: The Convention Center does not provide cocktail tables.
•   See complete list below of equipment inventory. Note: When multiple shows are scheduled, equipment
    is available to the extent of inventory that is shared between all shows.
•   To make audio recordings of your meetings, the LVCVA has five line level output patch bays for
    recording meetings. There is a $25 charge per record room, or room combo, per day, to use the patch
    bay. Patch cables used for recording are the responsibility of the recording company contracted by the
    client requiring recording. Patch cable connectors, needed for patch bay use, are a male XLR type with
    pin two hot. Signal provided at patch bay is a “line” level. Record companies are not allowed to place
    their recording equipment in the meeting rooms or hallways. In addition, recording companies are
    required to meet all LVCVA contractor requirements. Contact your Convention Services Manager for
    additional information on recording room fees and order forms.
•   Define the usage of leased meeting rooms. Review and advance approval will be required for events in
    second floor meeting rooms involving mass or group rhythmic activities. Contact your Convention
    Services Manager for further information.




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                          CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY
                                       PARKING INFORMATION
A major function of the LVCVA Safety & Security Department is to ensure parking is as convenient as possible
within constraints imposed by demand, available space, and cost.

Parking Fees:
When paid parking is in effect, the fee is $10.00 with in and out privileges. Anyone leaving the Las Vegas
Convention Center and planning to return the same day can get their ticket stamped for reentry. Please display
ticket stubs in view on your dashboard.

Parking Space Designation:
Parking is permitted in marked spaces only. Overnight parking is not permitted.

White Spaces designate general parking permitted with a proper pass or ticket stub.

Red Curbs designate fire lanes. Fire lanes are tow-away zones and must be kept clear at all times.

Accessible Parking:
Accessible parking spaces are provided and are designated as reserved by a sign showing the symbol of
accessibility. Van accessible spaces are also available.

Speed Limit:
The speed limit at the Las Vegas Convention Center is 15 MPH unless otherwise posted and 5 MPH in the
parking lots.

Lost Your Vehicle?
It’s easy to do with over 5,500 parking spaces. Come to the LVCVA Security Dispatch Office located on our
main concourse by the C Halls. The office is open 24 hours, and we will be happy to help you locate your
vehicle.




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                                        SUPERVISORY PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS
                                     LAS VEGAS CONVENTION & VISITORS AUTHORITY

Companies sending supervisory personnel to oversee installation of designed exhibits at shows at the Las Vegas Convention Center
and/or Cashman Center may do so by providing LVCVA with the following certificates of insurance, a completed and signed Legal
Compliance form, and answers to the questions listed below. FAX INSURANCE FORMS AND THIS COMPLETED REQUEST TO
THE LVCVA CONVENTION SERVICES DEPARTMENT AT 702-892-2933 PRIOR TO ARRIVAL ON PROPERTY.

1.   Certificates of Insurance:

     •   Workers’ Compensation Coverage in the State of Nevada: If the home state of the contractor does not have a reciprocal
         agreement with the State of Nevada, contact Employers Insurance Company of Nevada (EICN) to obtain proper coverage.
         Phone (702) 837-3000 or www.eicn.com.

     •   General Liability in the amount of one million dollars ($1,000,000) combined single limit bodily injury and broad form
         property damage coverage, including broad form contractual liability, naming the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors
         Authority as additionally insured.

2.   Legal Compliance – Signature Required Below

     For and in consideration of the Permit, each contractor agrees to indemnify, defend and hold the LVCVA harmless for damages,
     claims or expenses incurred by the LVCVA that are attributable to the contractor or its actions or inactions at the LVCC. Such
     damages, claims or expenses include, but are not limited to, those related to (1) the handling of hazardous materials; (2)
     negligence or intentional conduct; (3) violation of any law or regulation; and (4) additional security resulting from labor strikes
     and the like. Where appropriate, expenses will be charged to the responsible contractor on a pro rata basis. The undersigned
     agrees to provide all required payments and evidence of compliance with requirements set forth herein. Further, the undersigned
     agrees to the terms and conditions set forth in Section 2 hereof.

         Name of Company: __________________________________________________________

         Type of Business: ___________________________________________________________

         By:     _____________________________________________________________________
                                                         (Signature)

             ____________________________________________________________________ _
                                               (Print Name)
         Title: _______________________________________________ Date _________________

         Web Address: _____________________________ __________ Telephone ___________ _

         E -Mail Address: _________________ _____________________ Fax _________________

3.   Convention to be attended:

4.   Dates staff will attend show:

5.   Attending employees’ names:



6.   Company providing installation labor:

     City:                           Contact Name:                                        Contact Phone:




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     (Note: Your labor company must have a current Exhibitor Appointed Contractor permit from LVCVA. If they do not, we will
     contact them for the necessary fee, licenses, and insurance BEFORE work may begin on your installation.)

7.   Photo ID is required to access exhibit halls/meeting rooms. Contact Convention Services for further information if your staff
     does not carry company photo ID. If a show requires badges for daily access (in addition to your photo ID), contact your labor
     company to request that they include your staff for daily badges.

            THANK YOU FOR YOUR PROMPT RESPONSE. ANY QUESTIONS, CALL 702.892.2940.




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                                                                                                            17th Annual
                                                                                                              National
LEAD RETRIEVAL                                                                                   Workers’ Compensation & Disability
  ORDER FORM                                                                                             Conference & Expo
                                                                                                    Las Vegas Convention Center
                                                                                                       November 19 - 21, 2008

RENTAL EQUIPMENT OPTIONS                           Order by               Order by             Onsite                             Quantity                        Total
                                                   10/22/08               11/5/08

EXPO! Ultra™:                                       $285.00               $310.00              $335.00
Saves leads to an included USB memory Stick and prints all leads on paper; requires 250 Watts
EXPO! Leads2Go™                                     $350.00               $375.00              $400.00
Handheld PDA unit that saves all leads to an included SD card (like those used in a digital camera)
EXPO! RealTimer™                                    $400.00               $425.00               N/A
Handheld PDA unit that saves all leads to an included SD card (like those used in a digital camera)
as well as uploading data real time into our web portal, LeadsLightning.com™

OPTIONAL PRODUCTS / SERVICES
Booth Delivery:                                        $50.00                $50.00            N/A
Onsite personnel will deliver your terminal prior to the start of the show and pick it up at the end of the show

Customized Qualifiers:                                 $50                   $95.00            N/A
All of our lead retrieval terminals can be programmed with qualifiers customized to your companies needs.
Please see the attached Custom Qualifier Order Form for additional information.

SD Card Reader:                                        $12.50                $12.50            $12.50
For use with the SD card; attaches to your PC via a USB connection; You must have an SD card reader
in order to retrieve the information from your SD card.


Post Show Data Conversion:                             $95.00                $95.00            $95.00
The ASCII comma delimited file containing your leads is converted to Access or Excel and emailed to you.

PLEASE CHECK THE TYPE YOU NEED:                  Microsoft Access                 Microsoft Excel

OR, YOU CAN VIEW YOUR LEADS ON BARTIZAN’S WEBSITE www.LeadsLightning.com
Data is available for 30 days at no charge. Data can also be downloaded to a PC.
User ID and Password will be emailed to Show Contact within 2-3 business days.

Please Note: At the end of the show, Exhibitor will take with them all leads captured at their booth either
on USB Memory Stick or SD Card.
                                                                                                                                   TOTAL: $
Additional USB sticks and SD cards will be available on-site for purchase


Company …………………………………………………………………………………………                                                                          Booth #:………………………………..

Address………………………………………………………..……………City…………..……..…………………State………….Zip………………….

Country…………………………………………….…. Phone:………………………………..………Fax………………………………………………..

Ordered by:……………………………………….. Email:……………………………………………………………………………………………..

    Visa          M/C         Amex          Check*         Name on Card:……………………………………………………………………………………

Card Number:…………………………………………………….…                                             Exp Date: ………… Signature: …………………………………………

Credit Card Security Code:                 (Master Card & Visa 3 digit # located on back of card: AMEX 4 digit # located on front of card)
Credit Card Billing Address: (if not same as above)

Address: ………………………………..………………..                                                                               TERMS & CONDITIONS: All cancellations received up to 7
                                                               PLEASE COMPLETE AND RETURN TO:                 days prior to show start date will be subject to a $50.00
City: ……………….……………..………State:…..….....                         Bartizan Connects, LLC                         administrative fee; No refunds will be issued after this date. All
                                                               217 Riverdale Ave                              cancellations received within 7 working days prior to show
                                                               Yonkers, NY 10705                              opening date will be billed at full rental price. All equipment
Zip:…………..…… Country: …….………...………….                                                                          ordered must be picked up at the service desk prior to the start
                                                               Phone: 800-899-2278
                                                                                                              of the show unless you have selected the Delivery option.
Phone: …………………………………………………….                                   Fax: 914-965-7746                              Refunds will not be made for any equipment that is unclaimed.
                                                               Email: sales@bartizan.com                      Lost or damaged equipment is subject to an additional charge
                                                               www.bartizan.com                               up to the full replacement cost of the terminal(s).
           CUSTOMIZED QUALIFYING QUESTIONS ORDER FORM

                                                   Company Name:

                                                   Contact Name:

                                                   Booth#:



  Please type or print your Custom Checklist below. All questions must be statements (i.e. Send Catalog) or
                   have a range (i.e. 200-500 Employees; $5 million to $15 million in sales)


  Default Qualifying
      Questions                                    Customize your questions here!
 Complimentary with
  EXPO! Ultra™ ,
                             Additional Cost of: By 10/22/08 $ 50.00
 Expo! Leads2Go™
                                               After 10/22/08 $ 95.00
         &                                       On-site         N/A
 Expo! RealTimer™
                               1
1. Send Line Card              2
2. Send Catalog                3

3. Send Detailed data          4
                               5
4. Send Samples
                               6
5. Have Salesman Call
                               7
6. Provide Quote
                               8
7. Immediate Need              9
8. Setup Demo                  10

9. End User                    11
                               12
10. Distributor
                               13
11. VAR
                               14
12. OEM                        15
13. Does Purchasing

14. Recommends                 Additional qualifiers can be added; please use a separate sheet of paper

15. Final Say




                      217 Riverdale Ave., Yonkers, New York 10705; (800) 899-BART
National Workers Compensation
   Las Vegas Convention Center
        Las Vegas, Nevada
     November 17 - 18 , 2008
                                         BY 10/17/08




NV LIC# 525
                     24
                               TE (after 10/17/08)
                     28
        89169




                      (3% Processing Fee Will Be Added)
                  Audio Visual Services Order Form
                                                                                  6550 McDonough Drive 
                                                                                     Norcross, GA 30093 
                                                                                  Phone:  (800) 967­2419 
                                                                                    Fax:  (770) 451­7925 
QTY                          VIDEO EQUIPMENT                            SHOW RATE             TOTAL
      ½” VHS with Auto Repeat                                               100.00
      DVD Player (Standard)                                                 150.00
      BetaCam SP Player/Recorder                                            600.00
      20” TV / VCR Combo Unit                                               150.00
      27” TV / VCR Combo Unit                                               250.00
      27” Television                                                        150.00
      32” Television                                                        195.00
      54” Roll Cart Stand with Drape                                        60.00
QTY                     LCD & PLASMA MONITORS                           SHOW RATE             TOTAL
      15” Flat Screen LCD Monitors (1280 x 1024)                            175.00
      17” Flat Screen LCD Monitors (1280 x 1024)                            250.00
      20” Flat Screen LCD Monitors (1280 x 1024)                            300.00
      37” Plasma Display (1024 x 768, 16:9 Ratio)                           1025.00
      42” Plasma Display (1024 x 768, 16:9 Ratio)                           995.00
      50” Plasma Display (1280 x 932, 16:9 Ratio)                           1295.00
      61” Plasma Display (1280 x 932, 16:9 Ratio)                           1995.00
      Plasma Stereo Speakers                                                100.00
      Plasma Floor Stands (Cobra or Dual Post)                              175.00
      Plasma Wall Mounts (additional charges may apply for mounting)       Included
QTY                         OFFICE EQUIPMENT                            SHOW RATE             TOTAL
      HP 4240 Laser Jet Printer                                             195.00
      HP 3600 Color Laser Jet Printer                                       675.00
      Print Server (Ethernet)                                               65.00
      Plain Paper Fax Machine                                               75.00
      Desktop Copier                                                        350.00
QTY                      PROJECTION EQUIPMENT                           SHOW RATE             TOTAL
      XGA LCD Projector (1024 x 768, 2700 Lumen)                            800.00
      SXGA LCD Projector (1024 x 768, 3500 Lumen)                          1000.00
      SXGA LCD Projector (1024 x 768, 5000 Lumen)                          2000.00
      42” Projector Cart w/drape                                             60.00
      6’ ­ 8’ Tripod Screen                                                  90.00
      *Larger screen sizes also available                                Call for Price
QTY                         AUDIO EQUIPMENT                             SHOW RATE             TOTAL
      Shure UHF Wireless Microphone Kit (100 CH / Programmable)             275.00
      Headset Microphone                                                     60.00
      Powered Speaker with Floor Stand (150 watts)                          150.00
      JBL Sound System: 2­Speakers w/ floor stands & mixer(300 watts)       350.00
      *Custom sound systems available (EAW, JBL, Mackie, etc.)           Call For Price
      Multi­Media Computer Speakers                                          45.00
      CD Player                                                              60.00

                                                                        Equipment Total

                                                                        Delivery/Pick Up
                                                                         15%, min. $85

                                                                        7.75% Sales Tax

                                                                           Other Fees

                                                                          Grand Total



                                                                        Booth# __________________________




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                         Audio Visual Services Order Form
                                                                                                              6550 McDonough Drive 
                                                                                                                 Norcross, GA 30093 
                                                                                                              Phone:  (800) 967­2419 
                                                                                                                Fax:  (770) 451­7925 
Show Name:                                  On­Site Contact:         Cell Phone:


Facility:                                   Booth#                   Room:



Company:                                    Delivery Date:           Delivery Time:



Contact:                                    Pick Up Date:            Pick Up Time:



Address:



City:                                       State:                   Zip:



Phone:                                      Fax:



AMEX/Visa/MC#:



CW#:                                        Exp. Date:



Cardholder Name:                            Signature:




 Pricing: 
 Rental prices are for the duration of the show. 
 Late/On­site order fee is 15%. 

 Delivery: 
 An authorized representative must be present at the time of delivery and pickup. 
 Equipment will be delivered to and picked up from your booth. 

 Installation & Dismantle (I&D): 
 Any order requiring labor, including the installation and dismantling of equipment, will be subject to a labor charge of $75 per hour, 
 per man. 

 Equipment: 
 For equipment not listed, please contact us for a complete list of inventory. 
 Customer is responsible for the security of rented equipment and will be required to pay for any items that are lost or stolen during 
 the rental period (anytime after delivery and before pickup of equipment). 

 Guarantee: 
 Equipment is guaranteed to be operational upon delivery to your booth. 
 It is assumed that the renter has an understanding of the operation of equipment. 
 Equipment problems must be reported immediately to our service desk. 
 TR will not be responsible for problems reported after termination of rental. 
 Any loss or damage of said equipment will be paid for by the renter. 

 Cancellation: 
 Equipment rental cancellation must be submitted 5 days prior to show or will be charged 50% of rental fee. 
 On­site cancellations will be charged 100% of rental fee. 

 Payment: 
 All exhibit orders must be reserved with a major credit card with payment in full due at the time the order is placed. 
 A written confirmation will be sent to you once your order has been processed.




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                    Computer Services Order Form
                                                                                 6550 McDonough Drive 
                                                                                    Norcross, GA 30093 
                                                                                 Phone:  (800) 967­2419 
                                                                                   Fax:  (770) 451­7925 
QTY                     PERSONAL COMPUTERS                             SHOW RATE             TOTAL
      Pentium IV 2.79ghz/80gHD,512MB,DVD,NIC,Windows/Office XP             150.00
      Pentium IV 2.20ghz/60gHD,2GB,DVD,NIC,Windows/Office XP               250.00
      Apple PowerMac (Dual 1Ghz,512Mb,60Gig,DVD/CD­RW,15” Mon.             550.00
QTY                       LAPTOP COMPUTERS                             SHOW RATE             TOTAL
      Pentium IV 2.66ghz/512Mb,40Gig,DVD,NIC,WiFi,Windows/Office XP        350.00
      Centrino 1.8Ghz,512Mb,40Gig,DVD,NIC,Wifi,Windows/Office XP           400.00
      Apple Titanium G5 867 Mhz,256Mb,40Gig,DVD                            575.00
QTY                    LCD & PLASMA MONITORS                           SHOW RATE             TOTAL
      15” Flat Screen LCD Monitors (1280 x 1024)                           175.00
      17” Flat Screen LCD Monitors (1280 x 1024)                           250.00
      20” Flat Screen LCD Monitors (1280 x 1024)                           300.00
      24” Plasma Display (1024 x 768, 16:9 Ratio)                          500.00
      37” Plasma Display (1024 x 768, 16:9 Ratio)                          1025.00
      42” Plasma Display (1024 x 768, 16:9 Ratio)                          995.00
      50” Plasma Display (1280 x 932, 16:9 Ratio)                          1295.00
      61” Plasma Display (1280 x 932, 16:9 Ratio)                          1995.00
      Plasma Stereo Speakers                                               100.00
      Plasma Floor Stands (Cobra or Dual Post)                             175.00
      Plasma Wall Mounts (additional charges may apply for mounting)      Included
QTY                 PRINTERS & OFFICE EQUIPMENT                        SHOW RATE             TOTAL
      HP 4240 Laser Jet Printer                                            195.00
      HP 3600 Color Laser Jet Printer                                      675.00
      Print Server (Ethernet)                                              65.00
      Plain Paper Fax Machine                                              75.00
      Desktop Copier                                                       350.00
QTY                    COMPUTER ACCESSORIES                            SHOW RATE             TOTAL
      512Mb Mini Flash Storage Drive (USB)                                  45.00
      Wireless Mouse                                                        50.00
      Keyboard & Mouse                                                      25.00
      Multi­Media Speakers                                                  45.00
      4 Port 10/100 Ethernet Hub                                            35.00
      4 Port Wireless Router/Hub                                            95.00
                                                                       Equipment Total

                                                                       Delivery/Pick Up
                                                                        15%, min. $85

                                                                       7.75% Sales Tax

                                                                          Other Fees

                                                                         Grand Total



                                                                       Booth# __________________________




                                                                                              Page 1 of 2
                            Computer Services Order Form
                                                                                                              6550 McDonough Drive 
                                                                                                                 Norcross, GA 30093 
                                                                                                              Phone:  (800) 967­2419 
                                                                                                                Fax:  (770) 451­7925 
Show Name:                                  On­Site Contact:         Cell Phone:


Facility:                                   Booth#                   Room:



Company:                                    Delivery Date:           Delivery Time:



Contact:                                    Pick Up Date:            Pick Up Time:



Address:



City:                                       State:                   Zip:



Phone:                                      Fax:



AMEX/Visa/MC#:



CW#:                                        Exp. Date:



Cardholder Name:                            Signature:




 Pricing: 
 Rental prices are for the duration of the show. 
 Late/On­site order fee is 15%. 

 Delivery: 
 An authorized representative must be present at the time of delivery and pickup. 
 Equipment will be delivered to and picked up from your booth. 

 Installation & Dismantle (I&D): 
 Any order requiring labor, including the installation and dismantling of equipment, will be subject to a labor charge of $75 per hour, 
 per man. 

 Equipment: 
 For equipment not listed, please contact us for a complete list of inventory. 
 Customer is responsible for the security and condition of rented equipment and will be required to pay for any items that are lost, 
 stolen or damaged during the rental period (anytime after delivery and before pickup of equipment). 

 Guarantee: 
 Equipment is guaranteed to be operational upon delivery to your booth. 
 It is assumed that the renter has an understanding of the operation of equipment. 
 Equipment problems must be reported immediately to our service desk. 
 TR will not be responsible for problems reported after termination of rental. 
 Any loss or damage of said equipment will be paid for by the renter. 

 Cancellation: 
 Equipment rental cancellation must be submitted 5 days prior to show or will be charged 50% of rental fee. 
 On­site cancellations will be charged 100% of rental fee. 

 Payment: 
 All exhibit orders must be reserved with a major credit card with payment in full due at the time the order is placed. 
 A written confirmation will be sent to you once your order has been processed.




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                                                       SMART CITY
                                                                                                          LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER
                                                       5795 W. BADURA AVE, SUITE 110
                                                       LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89118
                                                       888-446-6911
                                                       702-943-6001 (FAX)
                          Company Name                                                            Booth / Room

                          Billing Name                                                                                   Show Dates:




                                                                                                                                                                             BILLING INFORMATION / PAYMENT FORM
                                                                                                                              11 / 19 / 08 To 11 / 20 / 08
                          Billing Address                                                                                Incentive Order Deadline:
                                                                                                                                            10 / 25 / 08
                          City, State / Country, Zip                                                                     Email

                          Contact                                                       Telephone Number                 Fax Number
                                                                                         (    )       -                   (      )      -
                          Credit Card Number:                 AMX           MC           Visa                             Expiration Date (MM / YY):
                                                                                                                                                 /
                          Print Card Holder Name:                                                    Card Holder Signature:

                                                                Terms and Conditions / Payment Options
                          Smart City is the exclusive provider and installer of all Voice, Data and Network services (wired and wireless) including communications
                          cabling. This includes all cabling to meeting rooms, booths, within booths (under carpet and flooring), fiber optic, twisted pair (Category 3, 5
                          and 6), coaxial and all other data and telecommunications related cabling. ►The use of the network connection(s) provided by Smart City
                          may be used only by the directors, officers and employees of the Company, its guests, its agents and consultants while performing service for
                          the Company and cannot be resold or distributed to other companies or individuals. ►All devices for which Smart City directly or
                          indirectly provides Internet / Network connectivity must pay a device charge or purchase a Smart City assigned IP address. A complete
                          description of all Smart City services, terms and conditions may be found online at www.smartcity.com “Conventions” section.
                          Incentive Price applies when a completed order with payment is received no later than 21 days prior to the first day of show move-in. Base
                          Price applies to (a) all orders received from One (1) to Twenty (20) days before show move-in has started or (b) orders received on or before
                          the 21 day Incentive Deadline without payment (c) orders placed on site or after show move-in has started will be at Base Price plus an
                          additional $75 per Telephone line or $250 per Internet/Network line/drop. ►To avoid additional charges, Floor Plans are due 5 days
                                                                             st
                          prior to move-in. ►Orders received prior to the 1 day of show move-in should be installed 24 hours prior to show opening. ►Late orders /
                          changes received after show move-in has started will be installed after all other show orders are completed (additional fees may apply).
                          1. The prices listed on this contract do not include Federal, State, Local 3. Due to the cost of processing checks, any refunds due in the
                             or Other Taxes and Tax surcharges. Taxes / Tax surcharges will be          amount of $10.00 or less will not be refunded except upon
                             included on your final bill. Federal Tax ID is 65-0524748.                 written request.
                          2. Purchase Orders are not accepted as a form of payment but as a 4. There will be a $25 service charge for all returned checks.
                             convenience can be referenced on your invoice upon prior written 5. Any unpaid balance after close of show will incur a 1.5% / month
                             request.                                                                   service charge.
                          Smart City accepts payments in US dollars, Checks drawn on a US bank, Wire Transfers or the following Credit Cards: (Amex, MasterCard,
                          Visa,). Make all checks payable to: Smart City. Indicate method of payment and credit card on file:    American Express        MasterCard
                          / Visa      Check w / Credit Card on File    Cash w / Credit Card on File   Wire Transfer w / Credit Card on file. ► Credit Card charges
                          are limited to $10,000 / order. Orders exceeding $10,000 must be paid by company check or money order. ► Checks must reference Facility
                          and Show Name. ► Please contact Smart City for wire transfer instructions. Payer is responsible for all service charges.

                               A valid Credit Card number with signature MUST be on file regardless of payment method. For your
                             convenience we will use this authorization to charge your credit card for any additional amounts incurred.

                                                           Completed Order Check List (Check all that apply):
                             Completed Billing Information and Payment Form                           Completed Floor Plan
                             Completed Service Contract for Internet / Network / Telephone            Completed Network Security Declaration (Internet / Network Only)
                             Completed Service Contract for Special Quote / SOW (if applicable)       Completed Wireless Declaration (Wireless Svc Only)


                           Customer Acceptance of All Smart City Terms and Conditions / Attachments:
                          With execution of this document the Customer hereby authorizes Smart City to provide services as requested herein, is authorized to request
                          such services and acknowledges full and complete understanding of the Terms and Conditions and Attachments contained herein.
Smart City-030B 12/5/07




                                  Print Authorized Name                                         Authorized Signature                                   Date
                          FOR SMART CITY USE: Payment Rec’d (Amount):                               Customer No:   2008 - 030 - 584 -
                          Payment Type:           Check          Money Order          Cash         Wire Transfer          American Express           MasterCard / Visa
                          Note:                                                                                               CSR:                   Date:

                                                                       ORDER ON LINE: www.smartcity.com/orders/placeorder.asp
LVC – Telephone & Internet / Network Services

                                      TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued from page 1)
  6.    Conditions for processing service contract for On-time Installation: (a) Full payment for service(s) must accompany signed
        contract. (b) Incomplete contract forms will delay processing, please provide all information requested. (c) Booth number(s) must be
        identified on face of contract. (d) Complete Floor Plan itemizing location of service(s) in Customer’s booth must be designated on form
        or customer provided diagram(s) 5 days prior to the 1st day of move-in to avoid additional charges. (e) Customer provided / ordered
        circuits must be installed and working 2 days before show move-in. Customer(s) must provide Smart City with Circuit Number and
        Provider’s name. (f) Late orders / changes received after show move-in has started will be installed after all other show orders are
        completed (additional fee’s may apply).
  7.    CANCELLATION – There is a minimum $150 Cancellation fee. Cancellations must be in writing. Additional cancellation charges will
        apply for orders that have already incurred labor, material, and / or engineering costs. Some broadband services and special circuits
        cannot be cancelled once ordered and will incur full charges listed / quoted. Credit will not be given for service(s) installed and not used.
  8.    Service problems must be reported to the Smart City Service Desk. Service claims will not be considered unless filed in writing by
        Customer prior to close of show.
  9.    Any additional cost incurred by SMART CITY to: 1) assist in trouble diagnosis or problem resolution found not to be the fault of
        SMART CITY or 2) collect information required to complete the installation that customer fails to provide (i.e. floor plans or
        special circuit numbers) may be billed to the Customer at the prevailing rate.
  10.   Equipment Management: (a) Customers should pick up hubs, wireless devices, telephone instruments and other rental equipment at
        the Smart City Service Desk. Unused deposits paid will be refunded by mail within 60 days of show close following final reconciliation of
        your bill. (b) The Customer will be fully responsible for the protection and safekeeping of rental equipment and will be responsible for
        returning all rental equipment to the Smart City Service Desk within one (1) hour following close of the show. (c) The Smart City Service
        Desk will be open to handle equipment rentals during move-in and show.
  11.   Only Smart City personnel are authorized to modify system wiring or cabling. Material and equipment furnished by Smart City for this
        service contract shall remain the property of Smart City.
  12.   Unless otherwise directed, Smart City is authorized to cut floor coverings to permit installation of service.
  13.   Prices are based upon current rates and are subject to change without notice.
  14.   A per line move fee starting at $100 (Telephone), $200 (Internet) may apply to relocate the line(s) after it is installed.

                                                              LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
 Limited Warranty. SMART CITY warrants that: (a) it has the right to provide The terms of these provisions shall survive the expiration or termination of this
 and install all Voice, Data, and Network Services and Applications (the             Customer Contract.
 "Services"). In the event that the Services are not performed in accordance with
 this warranty you agree to inform SMART CITY of such fact, by written notice        LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. EXCEPT FOR OUR WILLFUL MISCONDUCT
 prior to close of the Show / Event, and, as your sole and exclusive remedy,         OR GROSS NEGLIGENCE, YOU AGREE THAT UNDER NO
 SMART CITY will either: (a) repair or replace the Services to correct any defects   CIRCUMSTANCES IS SMART CITY LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY INDIRECT,
 in performance without any additional charge to you, or (b) in the event that       INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR
 such repair or replacement cannot be done within a reasonable time, terminate       LOST PROFITS ARISING OUT OF THE SYSTEMS OR OUR SERVICES OR
 the Customer Contract and provide you with a pro rata refund of the fees paid to    OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS AGREEMENT EVEN IF SMART CITY HAS
 SMART CITY for the Services hereunder with respect to such calendar year.           BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN ANY EVENT,
                                                                                     YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND OUR ENTIRE LIABILITY TO YOU FOR
 The foregoing warranties will not apply to the extent that: (a) the Services are    ANY REASON UPON ANY CAUSE OF ACTION ARISING OUT OF THE
 used for any purpose other than those set forth in this Customer Contract           SYSTEM OR OUR SERVICES UNDER THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE THE
 regardless of whether SMART CITY has terminated this Customer Contract              AMOUNT ACTUALLY PAID BY YOU TO SMART CITY WITH RESPECT TO
 because of such misuse; (b) the cause of a breach of warranty is due to a           THOSE DEFICIENT SERVICES. THE LIMITATION OF LIABILITY PROVIDED
 malfunction in your hardware, software or communications network through            BY THIS SECTION IS LIMITED TO OUR DUTIES AND LIABILITIES BY
 which the Services are accessed; or (c) the cause of a breach of warranty is due    REASON OF THIS AGREEMENT ONLY, AND DOES NOT AFFECT ANY
 to any other cause outside of our sole and reasonable control.                      OTHER RELATIONSHIP SMART CITY MAY HAVE WITH YOU.
 DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY. THE FOREGOING CONSTITUTE OUR THE FOREGOING LIMITATION IS A FUNDAMENTAL PART OF THE BASIS
 ONLY WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE PERFORMANCE OR                                  OF THE BARGAIN HEREUNDER AND IS INTENDED TO APPLY WITHOUT
 NONPERFORMANCE OF THE SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS AND/OR THE                           REGARD TO WHETHER OTHER PROVISIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT HAVE
 SERVICES WHICH ARE OTHERWISE PROVIDED ON AN "AS IS" AND "AS                         BEEN BREACHED OR HAVE BEEN HELD TO BE INVALID OR INEFFECTIVE.
 AVAILABLE" BASIS. THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTIES ARE IN LIEU
 OF, AND SMART CITY HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS, ALL OTHER                            NO ACTION, REGARDLESS OF FORM, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO
 WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION,                      THE USE OF THE SERVICES PURSUANT TO THIS AGREEMENT MAY BE
 WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR                          BROUGHT BY YOU MORE THAN 12 MONTHS AFTER THE CAUSE OF
 PURPOSE.                                                                            ACTION FIRST AROSE.
                                                                                     (1) All Customer contracts and agreements are solely between SMART CITY
 Indemnification.
                                                                                     and the prospective Customer; (2) SMART CITY is not the employee, agent or
 Each party agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the other party, its      partner of the Facility; (3) The Facility is not a party to, nor shall it have any
 affiliates, and their current and former employees and agents, and defend any       obligations or liabilities whatsoever to any Customer, under any Customer
 action brought against same with respect to any claim, demand, cause of action,     Contract including without limitation, the obligation to provide any of the services
 debt or liability (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) brought by a third party   covered by such Customer Contract; (4) No representations or warranties are
 arising out of, or in connection with a breach of the other party's                 being made by the Facility with respect to any Customer Contract or any
 representations, warranties, covenants and agreements set forth in this             Communications Services; (5) The right of the Customer to receive any
 Customer Contract or to the extent attributable to such party's gross negligence    Communications Service will be terminated if this Agreement is terminated for
 or willful misconduct.                                                              any reason provided therein; and the Facility will have no obligation to continue
                                                                                     providing such service unless the Facility elects in its sole discretion to continue
 In claiming any indemnification hereunder, the indemnified party shall promptly     to provide such services itself or through a third party; (6) The provisions of the
 provide the indemnifying party with written notice of any claim which the           Customer Contract are separate and independent from the provisions of the
 indemnified party believes falls within the scope of the foregoing paragraphs.      Customer’s lease space in the building and shall not affect the Customer’s
 The indemnified party may, at its own expense, assist in the defense if it so       obligations under such lease and without limiting the foregoing, in no event shall
 chooses, provided that the indemnifying party shall control such defense and all    any default by SMART CITY under the Customer Contract or any failure with
 negotiations relative to the settlement of any such claim and further provided      respect to any Communications Services have any effect on any Customer’s
 that any settlement intended to bind the indemnified party shall not be final       obligations to the Facility under any lease or any other occupancy agreement
 without the indemnified party’s written consent, which shall not be unreasonably    between such Customer and the Facility.
 withheld.

                                             ORDER ON LINE: www.smartcity.com/orders/placeorder.asp
        *** Tipping is not permitted. Any request from personnel for gratuities should be reported to Management immediately. ***
                                                            SMART CITY                                                LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER




                                                                                                                                                                                    INTERNET - NETWORK / TELEPHONE SERVICE CONTRACT
                                                            5795 W. BADURA AVE, SUITE 110
                                                            LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89118
                                                            888-446-6911
                                                            702-943-6001 (FAX)
                           Company Name:                                                      Booth / Room

                           Contact:                                                           If a show directory is published,
                                                                                                                                Yes   Show Dates:
                                                                                              do you want your company name
                                                                                               and assigned numbers listed?     No
                                                                                                                                          11 / 19 / 08 To 11 / 20 / 08
                           Authorized                                                         Phone: (            )       -           Incentive Order Deadline:
                           Signature:                                                         Date:           /       /                                 10 / 25 / 08

                           Important! Important! Please review the “Product Overview / Glossary” section of our literature to assure that the services you have
                           selected will provide the required functionality for any application(s) you will be utilizing. A complete description of all services,
                           product glossary and Ts & Cs may be found online at www.smartcity.com “Conventions” section. Please call if assistance is needed.

                                                     Description of Service                                    Type           QTY Incentive           Base     + Deposit    Total
                           1. Internet – Networking Services: ( 100 Base - T )
                           a. Shared Ethernet Service (1 Public IP address)                                   SE                       $ 1,195    $    1,445
                           b. Additional Public IP Address / Device (Ethernet)                                IA-SP                    $   150    $      150
                           c. Shared EtherNAT Service (1 Private IP address)                                  NE                       $   995    $    1,245
                           d. Additional Private IP Address / Device (EtherNAT)                               IA-SN                    $   125    $      125
                           e. Basic EtherNAT (up to 128K / 512K) (1 Private IP address) - Limited Qty         BE                       $   795    $    1,045
                            f. Additional Private IP Address / Device (Basic EtherNAT) (2 Max)                IA-BN                    $   125    $      125
                           g. Shared Wireless Internet (Up to 256 Kbps) (802.11)         (See T&C 17)         WI                       $   595    $      845
                           h. T-1 RapidData® Internet Services (Includes 29 IP addresses)                     TS                       $ 5,900    $    6,150
                            i. Additional Block of 29 IP addresses / Devices (T-1 Service Only)               IA-29                    $   995    $    1,245
                           2. Internet – Networking Services: Equipment
                           a. Hub Rental (8 Port) – 100 Base -T                                               H8                       $   150    $     150     $      25
                           b. Hub Rental (24 Port) – 100 Base -T                                              H4                       $   225    $     225     $      25
                           c. Patch Cable (up to 50’) – Cat 5                                                 PC                       $    50    $      50
                           3. Voice Services: PBX Service – Dial “9” for an outside line
                           a. Basic Line (no Instrument) (unrestricted long distance)                LO                                $   235    $     310     $      25
                           b. Multi-Line Phone w / 1 main Number & 1 rollover line (unrestricted LD) ML                                $   375    $     450     $      25
                           c. Refundable Multi-Line Instrument Deposit                  (See T&C 34) ML-INST                                                    $      25
                           4. Voice Services: Dedicated Line ( Direct line do not dial “9” )
                           a. For Modem use (no Instrument) (unrestricted) - Limited Quantity                 DL                       $   375    $     450     $      25
                           5. Voice Services: Special Services
                           a. Telephone Instrument (Single Line, Touchtone)                                   SL / DI                  $ 31.50    $ 31.50
                           b. Long Distance Restrictions (Local & Credit Card / Local Only )                  CC / TLD                 $    20    $    20
                           c. ISDN Line 128 K BRI (2B + D) (unrestricted) - Limited Quantity                  IP                       $   500    $   575       $    200
                                                                     rd
                           6. Special Line Services (For 3 Party Circuit Extensions - Must order circuit from local Bell Co or Other Provider)
                           a. Analog Extended Pots line from Demarc to Booth                                  DP                       $    200 $       275
                           b. ISDN BRI Extended circuit from Demarc to Booth                                  IS                       $    400 $       475
                           c. DSL Extended circuit from Demarc to Booth                                       HL                       $    400 $       475
                           d. T-1 Extended Data / Telco circuit from Demarc to Booth         (See T&C 19)     T2 / T1                  $ 2,000 $ 2,250
                           e. DS-3 Extended circuit from Demarc to Booth                     (See T&C 19)     T3                       $ 9,000 $ 9,250
                           f. Labor / Floor Work - Fee per hour                              (See T&C 22)     FW                       $      75 $       75
                           g. Coax Cable Run                                                 (See T&C 22)     CX                         (Call 888-446-6911 for quote)
                           h. Point-to-Point / Special Engineering / VPN / Web Casting       (See T&C 22)     VP / MI                    (Call 888-446-6911 for quote)
                           7. Special Quote – Attachment A or SOW (if applicable)                             MI                         (Call 888-446-6911 for quote)
                           8. Move - In / On - Site order fee of $250 Internet/Network / $75 Telephone - per line (if ordering service after show move-in has started).
                           9. Distance Fee of $500 Internet / $100 Telephone for each line outside the convention venue.                     x (number of lines)
                                                                                                                                                          SUBTOTAL
                           Unused portions of deposits returned with final billing.               ESTIMATED 10% TAX / FEES DEPOSIT = SUBTOTAL x 10%
                           TOTAL PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER.                       Credit Card users may fax order to 702-943-6001                  GRAND TOTAL
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                           *** Incentive Price applies to orders received With Payment 21 days prior to the 1st day of
                                                                  show move-in. ***
                           FOR SMART CITY USE: Type of Service                                             Customer No:        2008 - 030 - 584 -
                           Special Instructions:                                                                                           CSR:                     Date:

                                                                           ORDER ON LINE: www.smartcity.com/orders/placeorder.asp
LVC – Telephone & Internet / Network Services

                              TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued from pages 1 & 2)
                                                 INTERNET / NETWORK SPECIFIC:
  15. Up to 100 Mbps, full-duplex, Ethernet access to our backbone, with shared or dedicated Internet access up to 128 Kbps or greater
      (depending on service ordered) via an RJ-45 jack, is provided for each connection ordered.
  16. Shared Services Specific: Routers, Streaming Applications, VoIP, DHCP, NAT or Proxy Servers are not allowed with any of our
      shared Internet / Network services. This includes, but is not limited to, Shared Ethernet, Shared EtherNAT, Shared Wireless and Basic
      EtherNAT. Smart City can engineer a custom dedicated network(s) to accommodate such special requests. Please call for quote.
  17. Wireless Specific: (a) Smart City is the exclusive provider of voice, wired and wireless data service(s) for the Facility. Wireless
      Devices not authorized by Smart City are strictly prohibited. Customer(s) that desire to showcase their wireless products must
      contact Smart City 21 days in advance of show move-in to investigate the potential of Smart City engineering a customized cohesive
      network to operate without interference to other Customer(s), (applicable charges may apply). (b) The use of any wireless device that
      interferes with the facility’s 2.5 / 5.8 GHz wireless data frequency range is prohibited and subject to disconnection at the Customer
      expense.
  18. Rates listed include a single IP address, standard installation to the booth in the most convenient manner and does not include computer
      equipment, NIC card, TCP / IP software or power to the booth.
  19. Limited Availability: T-1 / DS-3 and other special circuit orders must be placed 45 days prior to show move-in date due to limited
      availability and to avoid additional charges.
  20. Network Security Declaration: The Customer is responsible for providing a signed Network Security Declaration prior to Smart City
      activating Internet / Network Service(s) for each Customer.
  21. Wireless Performance Declaration: The Customer is responsible for providing a signed Wireless Performance Declaration prior to
      Smart City activating Wireless Service(s) for each Customer.
  22. See “Billing Information / Payment Form” – Exclusive Voice, Data, Networking and Cabling.
  23. Use of Network Connection: (a) Services provided by Smart City are intended to facilitate communications between the Company’s
      authorized users and the entities reachable through the Internet. Users of Smart City services shall use reasonable efforts to promote
      efficient use of the networks to minimize, and avoid if possible, unnecessary network traffic and interference with the work of other users
      of the interconnected networks. (b) Users of Smart City services shall not disrupt any of the Smart City or other associated networks
      as a whole or any equipment of system forming part of their systems, or any services provided over, or in connection with any of the
      Smart City or other associated networks. Smart City services shall not be used to transmit any communication where the meaning of the
      message, or its transmit distribution, would violate any applicable law or regulation or would likely be highly offensive to the recipient or
      recipients thereof.
  24. Internet Performance Disclaimer: Smart City does not guarantee the performance, routing, or throughput; either expressed or implied,
      of any data circuit(s) connectivity with regards to the Internet and / or Internet backbone(s) beyond the Facility.
  25. Internet Security Disclaimer: Smart City does not provide security such as, but not limited to, firewalls, etc. for any data circuit(s) we
      provide. It is the sole responsibility of the Customer to provide any necessary security. Customer is agreeing to hold Smart City; its
      agents and contracts harmless for any and all liabilities arising from the use of non-secured data circuits.
  26. VIRUS PROTECTION REQUIREMENT – WARNING – Smart City requires that all devices directly or indirectly accessing Smart City’s
      Network have the latest virus scan software, Windows security updates, system patches, and any other technological precautions
      necessary to protect yourself and others from viruses, malicious programs and other disruptive applications. Any device(s) which
      adversely impacts Smart City’s network(s) will be disconnected from the network(s) with or without prior notice at Smart City’s sole
      discretion. The device(s) in question will remain disconnected from the network(s) until all issues are adequately resolved. Additional
      charges may apply for trouble diagnosis and / or problem resolution. No refunds will be issued Customer(s) as the result of Smart City’s
      actions to disconnect disruptive device(s).

                                                   TELEPHONE / VOICE SPECIFIC:
  27. NOTE: THE CUSTOMER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL LONG DISTANCE, DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE, OPERATOR ASSISTED AND
      OTHER APPLICABLE CHARGES AGAINST ASSIGNED TELEPHONE NUMBER(S).
  28. A $.95 surcharge per call will be charged on all “1-800, 950” and credit card type calls. An additional $.95 surcharge per call will
      apply if duration of call is over 10 minutes. The “1-800, 950” type call surcharge does not apply to Dedicated Lines (item #4a).
  29. A $2.00 surcharge per call will be charged on all directory assistance, Information, “0+” and Operator assisted calls.
  30. Long Distance and Directory Assistance: (a) Toll restriction will block lines to local only or local and “1-800” calling only. All other “1+”
      or “0+” dialing will be blocked (this includes all long distance access). (b) All lines will be blocked from “976” and “900” dialing unless
      otherwise requested. Additional deposits may be applicable. (c) Smart City will provide a detailed listing of all toll / billable type calls
      made from applicable services.
  31. Deposits are required for Long Distance, 800#, and Calling Card usage. Additional Long Distance deposits for International accounts
      may apply and will be determined upon request for service.
  32. The number(s) assigned to you are for the duration of this event only. Service cannot be moved or transferred outside of the Center and
      intercept service cannot be provided,
  33. In the case of a billable type call(s) which is not connected, but where the called telephone is allowed to ring for more than 30 seconds,
      Smart City’s automated billing system will automatically place a charge on your account as if the call had been completed. To avoid such
      charges, we suggest that you observe the time when placing calls.
  34. One Multi-Line Instrument Deposit is required for each Multi-Line Circuit ordered.

                         Mail or Fax Completed Orders with Payment and Floor Plan To
                                                             SMART CITY
                                                 5795 W. BADURA AVENUE, SUITE 110
                                                     LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89118
                                                 (888) 446-6911  FAX (702) 943-6001

                                        ORDER ON LINE: www.smartcity.com/orders/placeorder.asp
      *** Tipping is not permitted. Any request from personnel for gratuities should be reported to Management immediately. ***
                       Network Security Declaration
Center: L a s V e g a s C C ( 0 3 0 ) - N V                              Company Name:
Show:     NATL WORKERS COMP & DISABILITY                                 Booth / Room #:
                                                                         Customer / Ref #:                2008 - 030 - 584 -
The Network Security Policy implemented for this Facility requires Customer(s) adherence to several necessary precautions in order for
Smart City to maintain a healthy, viable network for all Customers. This declaration of compliance with the security requirements as
noted herein is an acknowledgement of Smart City’s filtering policies and must be completed, signed by an authorized Customer
representative and mailed or faxed to Smart City prior to the requested network service(s) being activated for Customer’s usage.

Network Security Policy:
Smart City requires that all devices directly or indirectly accessing Smart City’s network(s) have the latest virus scan software,
Windows® security updates, system patches, and any other technological precautions necessary to protect the Customer(s) and others
from viruses, malicious programs, and other disruptive applications. Any device(s) which adversely impacts Smart City’s network(s) may
cause service interruptions to Customer(s) which can lead to disconnection of the Customer’s equipment from the network(s), with or
without prior notice at Smart City’s sole discretion. The device(s) in question will remain disconnected until all issues are adequately
resolved. All charges will apply and no refunds will be given. Additional charges may apply for trouble diagnosis and / or problem
resolution.

Smart City has implemented filtering policies on all Internet routers. These filters block all inbound Internet Control Message Protocol
(ICMP) -- Ping, Traceroute, etc. -- destined to any Smart City Network(s). Smart City understands that Ping and Traceroute are valuable
troubleshooting tools; therefore Smart City’s Policy does allow ICMP (Ping & Traceroute) packets sourced from any Smart City
network(s).

Further, to avoid infection by common Internet worms (Nachi, MSBlaster, LoveSAN, etc.), Smart City has implemented similar filters on
the following TCP and UDP port numbers: UDP – 137, 138, 402, 1434 and TCP – 135, 139, 402, 445, 4444.

Customers requiring inbound or outbound access to any of the filtered ports, should contact a Smart City customer service
representative in advance of the event with details of the specific requirements so that Smart City may consider the potential of a
customized alternative.

Each Customer’s business is important to Smart City and with advanced and timely notification of a Customer’s needs we are confident
      that we can provide network services that perform as expected for all clients.

 *** Please inform all show site personnel about the importance of Smart City’s Network Security
     compliance issues ***
*** Services are activated after Smart City is in receipt of this signed declaration of compliance with our
     network security requirements ***
Are You Renting Computers?               Yes     No         Rental Company Name:

Rental Company Contact:                                                                 Contact Number:

Device(s) Operating System:                                                             Total # of Devices:

Type of Anti-Virus Software Installed:                Norton      McAfee       Other:

Virus Scan Last Updated:                                           Security Updates Last Performed:
                                               Date                                                                       Date

With execution of this document the Customer hereby attests that Customer provided equipment, which will be connected to Smart City’s
network(s) at the above noted Facility and Show / Event has been properly protected, contains anti-virus software, and the latest
patches and security updates have been installed. Customer(s) also accepts the responsibility for the performance of Customer’s
equipment and understands the conditions placed on service delivery by this document as well as the potential that additional charges
may be incurred should Customer’s equipment be found to adversely impact Smart City’s network(s) performance. The Customer
acknowledges that this Network Security Declaration is part of the Customer Contract allowing Smart City to provide requested
service(s) and is subject to change without notice.


Signature                                                                                         Date

Printed Name                                                                                      Title


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             Wireless Performance Declaration
Center: L a s V e g a s C C ( 0 3 0 ) - N V                           Company Name:
Show:     NATL WORKERS COMP & DISABILITY                              Booth / Room #:
                                                                      Customer / Ref #:             2008 - 030 - 584 -

Overview
Smart City is the exclusive provider for wired and wireless services for the Facility and has in operation a wireless
802.11 a / b / g system. The wireless service offers Internet access at speeds up to 256K servicing Customers as
well as attendees. The actual maximum bandwidth available depends on how many users are accessing the
network simultaneously at any given time. Routers, Streaming Applications, VoIP, DHCP, NAT or Proxy Servers are
not allowed with this connection. Smart City can engineer custom dedicated network(s) to accommodate such
special requests. Please call for quote.

Wireless is an entry level service ideal for web surfing and checking web based email. Smart City’s Wireless Network
can be accessed throughout the Facility by using a Wi-Fi® compatible 802.11 a / b / g network card or one of our
rental bridge units (limited quantity of bridge units, call for availability).

Wireless service is inherently vulnerable to interference from other devices that transmit similar radio frequency
signals or that operate within the same frequency spectrum. Smart City cannot guarantee that interference will not
occur. Smart City does NOT recommend wireless service for mission critical services such as product presentation
or demonstrations. For demonstrations or to present products and other mission critical activity, via the Internet,
Smart City highly recommends Customer(s) purchase hardwired services such as Shared Ethernet, Shared
EtherNAT or T-1 service.

If you are unsure which of our products will best suit your needs please call our Customer Service Department at
(888) 446-6911 and one of our Customer Service Representatives will be happy to assist you.

Restrictions and Special Requests
Due to the extensive coverage Smart City provides for the Facility, NO Customer provided access points are
authorized for use within the Facility without Smart City prior approval (wireless access points without adjustable
power outputs can not be authorized under any circumstances). Customer(s) who attempt to set up their own
wireless system can interfere with the Smart City Wireless Network. Smart City requires all Customers showcasing
their wireless products to contact Smart City 21 days prior to the show move-in so that we may engineer a cohesive
network operating without interference (all approvals will incur a site survey fee). Per our Terms and Conditions
listed on Smart City’s Customer Contract, misuse of any wireless service may result in service interruption to yourself
or other Customers and can lead to disconnection of the Customer’s equipment. No service refunds will be given.

    ALL WIRELESS ACCESS POINTS NOT AUTHORIZED BY SMART CITY ARE PROHIBITED.

I hereby attest that I understand the limitations and vulnerabilities of the wireless service provided by
Smart City. I also understand that if I use this service for any reason including, but not limited to,
demonstrating, showcasing or presenting my product(s), Smart City will not be responsible for possible
interference that I may experience. Refunds will not be given for service issues found not to be the
fault of Smart City. Upon receipt of this form, Smart City Wireless Services and / or Customer(s)
authorized wireless AP devices (with Smart City’s approval) will be activated / available for your use.


Signature:                                                                                    Date:
Printed Name:                                                                                 Title:
Email:                                                                       Contact Phone #:



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              Floor Plan – Communications Cable
 Center: L a s V e g a s C C ( 0 3 0 ) - N V                               Company Name:
 Show:     NATL WORKERS COMP & DISABILITY                                  Booth / Room #:
                                                                           Customer / Ref #:           2008 - 030 - 584 -
Voice and Data communications cabling. Smart City is the exclusive installer of Voice and Data communications
cabling. Smart City provides cabling to booths, within booths (under carpet and flooring) and from booth-to-booth. Fiber Optic, twisted
pair (Category 3, 5 and 6), coaxial and all other data and telecommunication cable fall under Smart City’s area of expertise.

IMPORTANT!! Prior to installation of service, a complete floor plan is required.     Please utilize this grid should you not have your own
floor plan to send us. You may use a different floor plan for each service group (Telephone, Internet, etc.) or combine all services on one
floor plan. For a floor plan to be considered complete it must include all the information listed below (Main Distribution Location “MDL”,
designated location of items within the booth, surrounding booths, scale-length and width).


                                                Adjacent Booth or Aisle#
                     Adjacent Booth or Aisle#




                                                                                                                        Adjacent Booth or Aisle#
                                                Adjacent Booth or Aisle#


X   = Main Distribution Location (MDL) – The originating line(s) for service, whether from overhead, a floor pocket or a column, will be
      delivered to a “MDL” before being distributed within your booth. Example: Storage area, back of booth, etc. (unless specified, the
      default for the “MDL” will be the back of the booth or at Smart City’s discretion, the most convenient location). All distribution of
      services to their final destination within the booth will originate from the “MDL”. A per line move fee will apply to relocate services
      within your booth after they have been engineered and / or installed.
T = Location of Telephones, Fax lines or other telecommunications equipment “T”.
I / H / PC / C = Location of primary Internet Service “I”, Hubs “H”, Patch Cables “PC” and / or Computers “C”.      For Smart City to
     perform your floor work, you will need to indicate the location of each item you want cabled. Make sure to order your floor work,
     hubs, and patch cables early and in advance of the show moving in.
Orientation = The Booth or Aisle #’s surrounding your booth.           A minimum of one surrounding Booth or Aisle # is required (two or
     more would be more helpful) for Smart City to accurately install your services.
Size = Booth dimensions (example 10x10) ________________. Scale = 1 Box is equal to __________ ft.


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Floor Work / Labor - Communications Cable
Center: L a s V e g a s C C ( 0 3 0 ) - N V                             Company Name:
Show:     NATL WORKERS COMP & DISABILITY                                Booth / Room #:
                                                                        Customer / Ref #:             2008 - 030 - 584 -


Smart City has the exclusive contract to install all voice and data communications
cabling. This includes all cabling to booths, within booths (under carpet and flooring) and
from booth-to-booth. Fiber optic, twisted pair (Category 3 and 5), coaxial and all other data
and telephone cables fall under Smart City’s area of responsibility.
        Labor cost - $75.00 an hour per technician, with a one hour minimum.
        Floor work - Estimated at 4 cables per hour (this is a conservative estimate assuming normal
                     circumstances with timely request for service and a complete floor plan received at least 5
                     days before show move in. Charges could be greater than our estimate for a variety of
                     reasons such as floor work was ordered late, carpet had already been laid, obstructions /
                     physical structures and other miscellaneous issues that can make cabling more labor intensive
                     and time consuming).
        Smart City Cat 5 Cable - $50 each (50 ft. cable)


Please select the floor work option that you will require for your booth:
         Yes, we will need to order floor work from Smart City for our booth.
                                           Estimated number of labor hours. Please add this to our order.

         No, we will not require floor work for our booth. We will not be laying our cables across aisles or
             under carpet or flooring.


Please select the cabling option that you will require for your booth:
         Smart City Provided Cable. We prefer Smart City to provide the cable for our booth.
                                           Number of Cat 5 Cable(s) at $50 each. Please add this to our order.

         Exhibitor Provided Cable. We will provide our own cable for our booth and understand the following:
              •   We will not be placing cable across aisles, across traffic flow areas, under carpet or under flooring.
              •   Smart City can only accept cable and cannot accept hubs, routers, switches or other equipment.
              •   Smart City cannot guarantee service on Customer/Exhibitor provided cable(s) and/or equipment.
                  Connectivity can be guaranteed only to the point where Smart City’s services originate in the booth.
              •   Any request for trouble diagnosis or problem resolution found not to be the fault of Smart City may
                  be billed to the Exhibitor at the prevailing rate (for example, faulty equipment or damaged cable).
              •   Cable(s) must be shipped two weeks prior to the show opening to:

                                                   Las Vegas Convention Center
                                                   3150 Paradise Rd.
                                                   LVCC Warehouse (Door #12)
                                                   Attn: Smart City/Chris Martinkovich
                                                   Las Vegas, NV 89109




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                  Internet / Networking Overview
A – Z Introduction to Services
    Important! Smart City offers a wide variety of bandwidth options; please review to assure that the services you have selected will provide
    the required functionality for the application(s) you will be utilizing. Smart City provisions services using 100 Base - T, full-duplex, Ethernet
    protocols. IP Addresses are statically assigned. Throughput is measured in megabits per second (Mbps) and kilobits per seconds (Kbps).
    Customer’s computers must be configured to accept Ethernet. Customer must have their own Electrical Power, Network Interface Card
    (NIC), Web browser and all other necessary computer equipment / programs. While Smart City supports POP3 and SMTP mail protocols,
    Smart City does not offer / provide POP3 or SMTP mail server(s) / email account(s).
    Shared Services, which includes but are not limited to the Basic EtherNAT, Shared EtherNAT, Shared Ethernet and Shared Wireless
    services, do not allow Routers, Streaming Applications, Voice over IP (VoIP), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Network
    Address Translation (NAT) or Proxy Servers with the connection. Smart City can engineer a custom dedicated network(s) to accommodate
    such special requests. Please call for a quote.
    Basic EtherNAT, Shared EtherNAT and Shared Wireless are entry level services that are good for surfing the web, showing and
    checking web based email. They use Static Private IP Addresses or Log-in and Password (with NAT addressing) to provide access to the
    Internet. The following is a partial list of the basic capabilities and limitations of these services:

         Supported Services
              General web browsing: HTTP and HTTPS
              Outbound services originating from the center: FTP (file transfer), TFTP (file transfer), Telnet, POP3 mail and SMTP mail
              protocols
              Most outbound remote control applications such as PC Anywhere, Citrix, and Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)
              Basic Instant Messaging

         Limitations
              Any application or service that requires an outside Internet user to directly access an internal server or service such as a Web
              server or email server in the booth
              Virtual Private Networks (VPN) will probably not work and cannot be guaranteed or supported
              Inbound Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) connections will not work
              Inbound File Transfer Protocol (FTP) connections will not work
              Net Meeting will not work inbound or outbound
              Advanced features of Instant Messaging such as whiteboard sharing will not work
              Inbound remote access / control Applications such as PC Anywhere, Citrix, and Remote Desktop (RDP) Service will not work
              No proxy servers or other NAT devices allowed. This includes Netgear and Linksys Cable / DSL routers. These devices will not
              function properly because the private IP addresses that we use will overlap with what are generally Linksys, Netgear and DLink

Basic EtherNAT – (up to 128 K Up / 512 K Down) (Private IP Address) (Limited Quantity) (100 Base - T) –
    Provides a shared entry level rate limited service of up to 128 Kbps Upstream and 512 Kbps Downstream that is ideal for basic web surfing
    and checking web based email. It is up to 100 Mbps, full-duplex, Ethernet access to the backbone with shared Internet access of up to 1.54
    Mbps or greater. The actual maximum bandwidth available is dependent upon how many users are accessing the backbone
    simultaneously at any given time. Access for the originating connection plus a maximum of two additional devices can be purchased with
    this service. Basic EtherNAT uses Log-in and Password (with NAT addressing) to provide access to the Internet. Routers, Streaming
    Applications, VoIP, DHCP, NAT or Proxy Servers are not allowed with this connection. Smart City can engineer a custom dedicated
    network(s) to accommodate such special requests. Please call for a quote.

Custom Engineering
    •    Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) – Provides a mechanism for allocating IP addresses dynamically, so that
         addresses automatically can be reused when hosts no longer need them. This service requires special accommodation and
         configuration and must be arranged with Smart City in advance of the show.
    •    LAN / WAN / VPN Construction – Smart City can customize the network configuration you need to make your event a
         success. Networking booth-to-booth, to surrounding hotels, or to your home office Intranet? Call Smart City and let us design a
         network that fits your needs and your budget!
    •    Network Address Translation (NAT) – A method of connecting multiple computers to the Internet using one IP address.
         Allows customer(s) to have a private internal network separate from the Internet, but can receive information from it. NAT allows
         customer(s) to have multiple hosts on an internal network and use of the Internet via a single gateway connection. Automatically
         provides firewall style protection without any special setup by only allowing connections that originate on the inside of the network.
         This service requires special accommodation and configuration and must be arranged with Smart City in advance of the show.
    •    Special Circuits – Smart City can provision DS-3s, OC-3s, and larger circuits / bandwidth. Call for availability and pricing.
    •    Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) – A means of configuring devices (PCs) so that they can communicate as if they were
         attached to the same wire, when in fact they are located on a number of different LAN segments. Because VLANs are based on logical
         instead of physical connections they are extremely flexible, provide security through utilizing virtual private networking, and can be
         used to connect remote locations.




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                  Internet / Networking Overview
Custom Engineering (continued)
    •    Web Casting – Live video or recorded videos from the Facility event to the website of choice.
Cyber Café – Computers in one or more areas allowing attendees and Facility customer(s) to browse the Internet and access to email.
Dry Pair (Extended 3rd Party Circuits) – See “Special Line Services”.
Hub Rental – 8 Port or 24 Port (100 Base - T) – Allows a 100 Mbps, full-duplex, Ethernet connection to be distributed for up to 7
    other users (8 port hub) or 23 other users (24 port hub). Deposit required for rental. Customer is responsible for the return of the
    equipment.

Patch Cable – Up to 50 foot Category 5 - Ethernet standard Category 5 cable terminated with the proper jacks on either end. The
    default termination is RJ45.

Shared EtherNAT – (Private IP Address) (100 Base - T) – Provides a shared entry level service that is ideal for basic web
    surfing and checking web based email. It is up to 100 Mbps, full-duplex, Ethernet access to the backbone with shared Internet access of up
    to 1.54 Mbps and greater. The actual maximum bandwidth available is dependent upon how many users are accessing the backbone
    simultaneously at any given time. EtherNAT uses private IP addresses. The private IP’s all map to a single “real” public IP address.
    Connection comes with a single IP address. Additional IP addresses can be purchased and multiple computers can be connected to the
    network using this connection. Routers, Streaming Applications, VoIP, DHCP, NAT or Proxy Servers are not allowed with this connection.
    Smart City can engineer a custom dedicated network(s) to accommodate such special requests. Please call for a quote.

Shared Ethernet – (Public IP Address) (100 Base - T) – Provides shared access to the Internet via a shared 100 Mbps, full-
    duplex, Ethernet access to the backbone with shared Internet access of up to 1.54 Mbps and greater. The actual maximum bandwidth
    available is dependent upon how many users are accessing the backbone simultaneously at any given time. Connection comes with a
    single IP address. Additional IP addresses can be purchased and multiple computers can be connected to the network using this
    connection. Routers, Streaming Applications, VoIP, DHCP, NAT or Proxy Servers are not allowed with this connection. Smart City can
    engineer a custom dedicated network(s) to accommodate such special requests. Please call for a quote.

Shared Wireless – See “Wireless Internet”.
Special Line Services (Dry Pair - Extended 3rd Party Circuits) – Extension of a Customer’s service(s) ordered from the local
    Telephone Co. or other Provider (e.g. Sprint, Bell Telephone, AT&T etc). The 3rd party provider will bring the circuit to the Facility Demarc
    and Smart City will be responsible for extending services to the Customer’s booth. Customer must order a Dry Pair Extension from Smart
    City. This includes T-1, DS-3, OC-3, or any other special circuit not provided by Smart City. If utilizing an outside carrier for T-1s or other
    special circuits we need to have an installation date, the carrier name and contact, and the circuit ID# so we can identify and extend the
    proper circuit. Consult the Order Form for extension prices.

T-1 RapidData® Internet (Dedicated) (100 Base - T) – Smart City’s RapidData® T-1 provides up to 100 Mbps, full-duplex,
    Ethernet access to the backbone with dedicated Internet access of 1.54 Mbps. Connection programmed for 29 IP addresses / Devices.
    Additional IP addresses / Devices can be purchased. Best for Routers, Streaming Applications, VoIP, DHCP, NAT or Proxy Servers.

Wireless Internet (Shared Service) (Private IP Address) – Provides shared access to the Internet with up to 256 Kbps of
    throughput via a Wireless Local Area Network connection for a single connection to a single computer. This is an entry level service that is
    ideal for web surfing and checking web based email. Smart City’s wireless network can be accessed throughout the Facility by using a Wi-
    Fi® compatible 802.11 a / b / g network card. The actual maximum bandwidth available is dependent upon how many users are accessing
    the wireless network simultaneously at any given time. Customer(s) will be issued a unique User ID and Password for each wireless
    connection ordered. Customer(s) cannot utilize a hub, router, or data switch to distribute to multiple computers with this service.
    Wireless service is inherently vulnerable to interference from other devices that transmit similar radio frequency signals or that operate
    within the same frequency spectrum. Smart City cannot guarantee that interference will not occur. Smart City does NOT recommend
    wireless service for mission critical services such as product presentation or demonstrations. For demonstrations and product presentations
    we highly recommend Customers purchase hard wired services such as Shared Ethernet, Shared EtherNAT, Basic EtherNAT or T-1
    service. Due to the extensive coverage Smart City provides for the Facility, NO Customer provided wireless access points are authorized
    for use within the Facility without Smart City approval (wireless access points without adjustable power outputs can not be authorized under
    any circumstances). Routers, Streaming Applications, VoIP, DHCP, NAT or Proxy Servers are not allowed with our Shared Wireless
    service. Wireless Access Points Not Authorized By Smart City Are Prohibited. Smart City can engineer a custom dedicated wireless
    network(s) to accommodate special requests (WEP Key with 40 or 128 bit encryption, authentication, DHCP, etc). Please call for a quote.




 5795 W. Badura Ave, Suite 110 • Las Vegas • Nevada 89118 • (888) 446-6911 • (702) 943-6000 • Fax (702) 943-6001
                       Telephone Services Overview
A – Z Introduction to Services – Smart City offers PBX dial “9” service with 1 + direct toll calling, Dedicated Line, non
    dial “9” service and extension of 3rd Party Circuits. Telephone lines provided by Smart City are provisioned and installed with
    unrestricted long distance access (UNR), which provides dialing capabilities to local, 800# type calls and any U.S. domestic
    and International calling. PBX telephone lines are restricted from 900 and 976 dialing unless otherwise requested. Upon
    request PBX service can be restricted to (a) local calls only (TLD) or (b) local and 800# type calls only (CC).

Basic Line (analog PBX dial “9” access) – Provides a basic telephone line with a single PBX number (telephone
    instrument optional). Customer(s) must dial a “9” to access an outside line. Customer(s) purchasing a telephone instrument
    with the line may keep the instrument. A deposit must accompany order(s) for each line with access to long distance, 800#
    type calls and local toll calls (when applicable). Not recommended for modem use.

Calling Features / Customized Programming – Custom calling features are available including intercom, speaker
    phones, calling restrictions, call waiting, forward no answer, call forwarding, hunt groups and voice mail.          Please call
    customer service at 888-446-6911 to request these special programming features.

Dedicated Line (analog non dial “9” access) – Analog circuit that is best for modem and credit card machine usage.
    Customers purchasing a telephone instrument with the line may keep the instrument. A deposit must accompany order(s) for
    each line as Dedicated Lines CANNOT be toll restricted or restricted from 800 dialing. There is no guaranteed data type
    speed with the Dedicated Line. Customers requiring a high speed connection should consider one of Smart City’s
    broadband services.

Dry Pair – See “Special Line Services”.

ISDN Line – An ISDN BRI circuit (2B + D) and its two SPID numbers (provides up to 128 Kbps of throughput). Standard set
    up is alternate Voice and / or Data on both B channels. A deposit on both channels is required for long distance services and
    local calls (when applicable), as ISDN circuits CANNOT be toll restricted.

Multi-Line Phone Services and Speaker Phones (dial “9” access) – One Multi-Line telephone instrument with
    one primary telephone number and one “roll over” number. Multi-Line telephones are programmed exclusively for Smart City
    and will not work with any other telephone circuit. Must dial “9” to access an outside line. A Multi-Line instrument(s) set can
    have up to 14 configurable keys (default is 7) in addition to the Hold key, Release key, and Volume control bar. This
    instrument can also accommodate a key expansion module for additional feature keys. Transfer, conference, and forwarding
    features are normally included. Speakerphone capability can be added for an additional charge. A deposit must accompany
    order(s) for each Multi-Line telephone instrument and each line requiring access to long distance, 800# type calls and local
    toll calls (when applicable).

Ring Down Line – Provides a telephone line with a telephone instrument (optional) that is programmed to automatically ring
    to a pre-determined phone number. Typically does not receive incoming calls.

Special Line Services (Dry Pair - Extended 3rd Party Circuits) – Extension of a Customer’s service(s) ordered
    from the local Telephone Co. or other Provider (e.g. Sprint, Bell Telephone, AT&T etc.). The 3rd party provider will bring the
    circuit to the Facility Demarc and Smart City will be responsible for extending services to the Customer’s booth. Customer
    must order a Dry Pair Extension from Smart City. This includes Analog telephone lines, ISDN, DSL, T-1, DS-3, OC-3, or any
    other special circuit not provided by Smart City. If utilizing an outside carrier for telephone service, Customer(s) will need to
    obtain the telephone number and / or circuit number from them and provide that information to Smart City. For ISDN service
    please indicate the SPID #s, for T-1s or other special circuits we need to have an installation date, the carrier name and
    contact, and the circuit ID# so we can identify and extend the proper circuit. Consult the Order Form for extension prices.




 5795 W. Badura Ave, Suite 110 • Las Vegas • Nevada 89118 • (888) 446-6911 • (702) 943-6000 • Fax (702) 943-6001
Exhibitor Hospitality

  Order online at www.aramarkconventions.com/lasvegas
Welcome…




Welcome to the Las Vegas Convention Center. As your
enthusiasm grows as you draw nearer to the show, my team
and I are dedicated to creating a lasting impression for you
and your guests.

Our passion for food and enthusiasm for creating a dining
experience has inspired the creation of this special menu with
a variety of fantastic tantalizing food creations to
complement your experience at the Las Vegas Convention
Center.

Stand out in the crowd by providing your customers a
reception with epicurean delights with live action cooking
stations and quality ice presentations with our chef’s special
attention. A wide variety of spirits and specialty beverages will
extinguish almost any kind of thirst.

Whatever your culinary expectations are, we are more than
eager to enhance and exceed your expectations to deliver a
superior service by ARAMARK’S world-class catering services
at the Las Vegas Convention Center.




Andrew Atwell
Executive Chef



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Stand out in the Crowd with these
Specialty Items…                                               Advance     Show
                                                               Purchase    Price
Logo Bottled Water
                                                                 POA       N/A
What better way to get your product and/or company name
into everyone’s hands!
Available in 20 oz, 16.9 oz or 12 oz bottles (24 bottles per
case). Minimum order of 25 cases
* Due to the nature of this product, camera ready artwork
(EPS format preferred) must be received by ARAMARK no
later than 60 days prior to your event.**

Logo Sheet Cake                                                $250.00    $275.00
Full Sheet – serves 90                                         $130.00    $143.00
Half Sheet – serves 45
Display Your Company’s Logo!
A great advertising tool when celebrating a company
anniversary or new product launch!
* Food server recommended (additional cost)

Antique Popcorn Machine                                        $175.00    $192.50
(Attendant recommended)
67”H X 34”W X 26”D
* Requires 110 volt, 20 amp electrical hook-up

Tabletop Popcorn Machine                                        $75.00    $82.50
(Attendant recommended)
26”H X 22”W X 18”D
* Requires 110 volt, 20 amp electrical hook-up

Popcorn Packs                                                  $165.00    $181.50
Individual packages of popcorn kernels, oil and seasoning.
(Includes popcorn bags)Serves 240 guests

Portable Convection Cookie Oven – per day                       $50.00    $55.00
(Attendant recommended)
12”H X 20”W X 20”D
* Requires 110 volt, 20 amp electrical hook-up

Otis Spunkmeyer Cookie Dough                                   $175.00    $192.50
Your choice of chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, peanut butter
or white chocolate macadamia nut dough. Serves 240
cookies

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Hot Beverages…                                                  Advance     Show
                                                                Purchase    Price

Starbucks Coffee Kit – serves 100                               $235.00    $258.50
This “Make It Yourself” coffee kit contains a coffee machine,
coffee packages, and a selection of Tazo tea bags
accompanied by appropriate condiments
* Requires 115 Volt, 5 Amp Electrical Hook-Up

Starbucks Coffee Kit Replenishment                              $235.00    $258.50

Starbucks Brewed Coffee                                          $97.50    $107.25
Accompanied by appropriate condiments
Regular or Decaf
Per 2.5 Gallons – 40 Cups

Tazo Tea Selection                                               $97.50    $107.25
Accompanied by appropriate condiments
Per 2.5 Gallons – 40 Cups

Antique Brass Espresso Machine – one day rental                 $595.00    $654.50
Additional day                                                  $495.00    $544.50
Additional barista labor - per hour                              $45.00    $45.00

Offer your guests a hot freshly-made espresso, cappuccino,
latte or mocha as you discuss the business of the day.

One barista attendant included for up to six hours per day
* Requires 2 DEDICATED 110 volt, 20 amp electrical hook-ups
& a 42” eight-foot skirted table


Additional Gourmet Espresso Coffee – serves 50                  $125.00    $137.50
This item must be ordered to accompany espresso machine.
Kit includes coffee, chocolate syrup, whipping cream and
two gallons of milk
Accompanied by appropriate condiments




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Cold Beverages…                                               Purchase   Price
Cases contain 24 beverages

Water
“Only Vegas” – 20 oz bottled water per case                    $43.00    $43.00
Aquafina - 12oz bottled water per case                         $43.00    $43.00
Evian or Perrier - 12oz bottled water per case                 $60.00    $66.00
Cold Water Cooler - per day*                                   $35.00    $38.50
Culligan 5 gallon water - per jug                              $26.00    $29.00
* Requires 1 DEDICATED 110 volt, 20 amp electrical hook-up

Juice
Fresh orange juice - per gallon                                $49.00    $54.00
Assorted 10 oz bottled juice - per dozen                       $36.00    $36.00
Apple, Cranberry & Orange

Milk ½ pints - per dozen                                       $25.00    $27.50

Soft drinks & flavored beverages
Assorted 12 oz soft drinks - per case                          $54.00    $54.00
Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew & Sierra Mist
Gatorade - assorted flavors per case                           $78.00    $78.00
Iced Tea - per 2.5 gallons                                     $82.00    $90.50
Lemonade - per 2.5 gallons                                     $82.00    $90.50
Fruit Punch - per 2.5 gallons                                  $82.00    $90.50
Mango-Passion Fruit Lemonade – per 2.5 gallons                 $90.00    $99.00
Watermelon-Kiwi Lemonade – per 2.5 gallons                     $90.00    $99.00
Classic Lemonade – per 2.5 gallons                             $90.00    $99.00




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Breakfast…                                                                  Purchase         Price

Good Morning Las Vegas!                                                  For 10 - $105.00   $115.50
Assortment of fresh pastries & breakfast breads, bottled fruit juices,   For 20 - $210.00   $231.00
Starbucks coffee (regular & decaf) and tea. Butter, assorted
preserves and coffee/tea condiments included

Croissant Omelet Breakfast Sandwiches                                    For 12 - $180.00   $198.00
Cheese omelet topped with cured ham on a delicious butter
croissant accompanied by assorted bottled fruit juices, Starbucks
coffee (regular & decaf) and tea. Vegetarian option available
upon request

All American Breakfast                                                   For 10 - $160.00   $176.00
Fluffy scrambled eggs topped with chives, tomatoes and cheddar           For 20 - $320.00   $352.00
cheese, potatoes O’Brien, crispy bacon strips, biscuits, butter and
preserves accompanied by assorted bottled fruit juices, Starbucks
coffee (regular & decaf) and tea

French Toast Corner                                                      For 10 – $170.00   $187.00
Citrus brioche French toast with dried fruit compote and maple           For 20 - $340.00   $374.00
syrup served with breakfast sausage links accompanied by
assorted bottled fruit juices, Starbucks coffee (regular & decaf) and
tea

Fresh Breakfast Pastries                                                 For 10 – $35.00    $38.50
Assorted fresh baked pastries, muffins and scones served with            For 20 - $70.00    $77.00
butter and preserves

Bagels – By the Dozen                                                        $32.00         $35.25
Assorted freshly baked bagels with a variety of toppings served with
butter, cream cheese and preserves

Smoked Salmon & Bagels                                                   For 10 - $160.00   $176.00
Assorted freshly baked bagels with a variety of toppings filled with
smoked salmon, Bermuda onions, vine-ripe tomatoes, capers,
herbed chive cream cheese, whipped butter and sliced eggs

Donuts Assorted By The Dozen                                                 $30.00         $33.00

Fresh Seasonal Sliced Fruit Tray                                         For 20 - $110.00   $121.00
Pineapple, watermelon, honeydew, cantaloupe and seasonal
berries

Whole Fresh Fruit                                                        For 10 - $20.00    $22.00
Chef’s seasonal selection of fresh fruit

Yoplait Yogurt – Assorted Flavors                                        For 12 - $36.00    $39.75
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Sandwich Platter Lunches…                                                Advance          Show
                                                                                          Price
                                                                         Purchase
All platters are accompanied with assorted bagged chips


Arugula Grilled Chicken Ciabatta                                      For 10 - $155.00   $170.50
Sliced grilled chicken, ripe tomatoes, baby greens, smoked            For 20 - $300.00   $330.00
provolone, caramelized onions, with arugula

Vegetable Wrap Platter                                                For 10 – $135.00   $148.50
Flavored tortillas stuffed with feta cheese, spinach, tomatoes,       For 20 - $270.00   $297.00
Roasted red peppers, caramelized onions, carrots and herbed
cream cheese spread

Chicken Caesar Wrap Platter                                           For 10 – $145.00   $159.50
Grilled chicken breast, hearts of romaine and shredded parmesan       For 20 - $290.00   $319.00
rolled into flavored tortillas with creamy caesar dressing

Corner-Deli Sandwich Platter                                          For 10 – $165.00   $181.50
Assorted deli sandwiches with gourmet spreads served on artisan       For 20 - $330.00   $363.00
breads including roast beef and cheddar, ham and Swiss, turkey
and provolone with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and appropriate
condiments

Roast Turkey On Foccacia                                              For 10 – $160.00   $176.00
Sliced roasted turkey, provolone cheese, pesto aioli, ripe tomato &   For 20 - $320.00   $352.00
leaf lettuce served on herbed foccacia

“Big Daddy” Roast Beef Hoagie                                         For 10 – $170.00   $187.00
French baguette bread with sliced oven roasted Angus beef,            For 20 - $340.00   $374.00
Wisconsin cheddar cheese, horseradish spread, romaine lettuce
and ripe tomato




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Salads…                                                          Advance          Show
                                                                 Purchase         Price

Insalata Caprese
Seasonal grape tomatoes, fresh mozzarella cheese and           For 10 - $60.00   $66.00
chiffonade of basil all tossed with balsamic vinaigrette      For 20 - $120.00   $132.00

New Potato Salad
Classic potato salad made with baby red potatoes and a        For 10 - $45.00    $49.50
creamy dill dressing                                          For 20 - $90.00    $99.00

Harvest Greens Salad
Seasonal mixed greens tossed with gorgonzola cheese,          For 10 – $55.00    $60.50
candied walnuts and dried fruit served with garlic croutons   For 20 - $110.00   $121.00
and house vinaigrette

Chicken Caesar Salad
Grilled chicken breast on a bed of romaine lettuce, garlic     For 10 - $68.00   $74.75
croutons and shredded parmesan cheese with a classic          For 20 – $135.00   $148.50
Caesar dressing

Greek Salad
Hearts of romaine with roma tomatoes, cucumbers, feta          For 10 - $55.00   $60.50
cheese and kalamata olives accompanied by a balsamic          For 20 - $110.00   $121.00
vinaigrette

Penne Pasta Salad
Penne pasta with sun dried tomatoes, shredded parmesan         For 10 - $50.00   $55.00
cheese and garden vegetables with an Italian vinaigrette      For 20 - $100.00   $110.00




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Hot Lunch Entrées…                                                       Advance     Show
All lunch entrées are designed to serve 20 guests.                       Purchase    Price
We recommend food servers for more than 20 guests.

Tre Formaggio Ravioli                                                    $350.00    $385.00
Three cheese ravioli with roasted tomato                       ragout,
accompanied by rustic Tuscany breads and                      roasted
vegetables

Savory Sausage Sampler                                                   $250.00    $275.00
A delicious trio of bratwurst, knockwurst and Polish sausage
with sauerkraut, caramelized onions, yellow and spicy brown
mustards, deli-style hoagie rolls and assorted bagged chips

Southern Barbeque                                                        $250.00    $275.00
Mouth-watering “pulled” pork, smoked in-house with apple
and hickory woods, dressed with our tangy BBQ sauce,
served on Kaiser rolls accompanied by Carolina-style
coleslaw and assorted bagged chips

Mediterranean Grilled Chicken Kabobs                                     $300.00    $330.00
Yogurt marinated chicken served with lemon and artichoke
orzo pasta salad and tzatziki sauce

Prime Rib Steak Sandwich                                                 $360.00    $396.00
Sliced and grilled rib eye roast served with sautéed
mushrooms and caramelized onions, provolone cheese,
French rolls and assorted bagged chips




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                                                                      Purchase    Price
Boxed Lunches…
All served with whole fruit, bagged chips, dessert & bottled water.
There is a 5-box minimum order per selection


Chicken Caesar Salad                                                   $20.00    $22.00
Sliced grilled chicken served with hearts of romaine,
parmesan cheese, seasoned croutons and creamy Caesar
dressing

Vegetarian Wrap                                                        $20.00    $22.00
Flavored tortillas stuffed with brie cheese, spinach, tomato,
roasted red peppers, caramelized onions, carrots and herbed
cream cheese spread

Chicken Caesar Wrap                                                    $20.00    $22.00
Flavored tortillas filled with grilled chicken breast, hearts of
romaine, parmesan cheese and creamy Caesar dressing

Roast Turkey on Foccacia                                               $20.00    $22.00
Sliced roasted turkey, provolone cheese, pesto aioli, tomato
and leaf lettuce served on foccacia bread

Honey Ham and Swiss on Ciabatta                                        $20.00    $22.00
Honey basted ham, Swiss cheese, tomato and leaf lettuce
served on Ciabatta bread

 “Big Daddy” Roast Beef & Cheddar Hoagie                               $20.00    $22.00
French bread topped with roast beef, cheddar cheese,
horseradish spread, tomato and leaf lettuce

Bento Box                                                              $30.00    $33.00
Chicken teriyaki with white rice, yakisoba noodles with
vegetables, salmon inari, thai slaw with rice wine vinaigrette
and cucumber salad & bottled water




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Snacks…                                                        Advance
                                                               Purchase
                                                                          Show
                                                                          Price
Salsa Time! (serves 10)
                                                                $25.00    $27.50
Tri-Color Tortilla Chips, Guacamole, & Salsa

Homemade Kettle Classics (serves 10)                            $28.00    $30.75
Seasoned house made Kettle Chips with French onion dip

Planters salted or honey roasted peanuts (2.5 pound units)      $40.00    $44.00

Individual bags of pretzels (serves 10)                         $21.00    $23.25

Assorted chip variety (serves 10)                               $21.00    $23.25
Individual bags of Doritos, Cheetos, KC Masterpiece BBQ &
Lays Classic potato chips

Snack mix (per pound)                                           $17.00    $18.75

Jaw Breaker!                                                    $65.00    $71.50
Everything you need to keep that reception desk candy dish
full, including the candy dish! Five one pound bags of Jolly
Rancher Hard Candy, peppermints, Hershey’s Miniatures,
assorted Sour Balls & Root Beer Barrels

Assorted dessert bars (serves 12)                               $46.00    $50.75

Fudge Brownies (serves 12)                                      $40.00    $44.00
Please let us know if you wish nutless fudge brownies

Colossal Cookies (serves 12)                                    $32.00    $35.25
Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter, Oatmeal Raisin & White
Chocolate Macadamia Nut

Novelty Ice Cream Bars                                          $69.00    $75.75
Assortment of 24 including: Heath Bar, Strawberry Shortcake,
“The Champ” Drumstick & crunch bar
* Requires Ice Cream Freezer Rental




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Intermezzo…                                                                      Advance     Show
These platters are designed to serve 20 guests                                   Purchase    Price



Bruschetta & Tapenade Assortment                                                  $75.00    $82.50
Toasted baguette slices served with olive and caper
tapenade and topped with a tomato and basil salsa

Fresh Seasonal Fruit Tray                                                        $110.00    $121.00
Pineapple, watermelon,                       honeydew,        cantaloupe   and
seasonal berries

International Cheese Platter                                                     $140.00    $154.00
International & domestic cheeses garnished with fruit served
with gourmet crackers and lavosh

Garden Fresh Vegetable Crudités                                                  $100.00    $110.00
Seasonal vegetable display including carrots, celery sticks,
sweet bell peppers, cherry tomatoes and a roasted red
pepper dip

Roasted Vegetable Display                                                        $110.00    $121.00
Grilled balsamic marinated vinaigrette marinated baby
carrots, celery sticks, Bermuda onions, plum tomatoes, yellow
squash and zucchini




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Action Stations…                                                  Advance     Show
Action Stations are designed for a minimum of 50 guests           Purchase    Price
unless otherwise indicated.
Prices are on a per person basis.
Action Stations are designed as an accompaniment - not a
full meal. All Action Stations require an ARAMARK Chef -
$165.00 for a 4 hour minimum and an electrical connection.
Consult With Your ARAMARK Sales Manager For More
Information.


Pasta Bar                                                          $10.00    $11.00
A choice of penne pasta or cheese tortellini sautéed with
olive oil, garlic, fresh tomatoes, asparagus and mushrooms
served with Pomodoro or pesto sauces, Italian bread sticks
and shredded parmesan cheese

Upgrade this service with lobster ravioli and potato gnocchi       +$4.50    +$5.00

Southwestern Quesadilla Grill                                      $9.00     $10.00
Fresh flour tortillas filled with zesty shredded chicken, pork
carnitas, Jack and cheddar cheese served with guacamole,
fresh salsa and pico de gallo, sour cream and jalapeño
peppers

Upgrade this service with Bay Shrimp and carne asada style         +$2.50    +$2.75
steak

Asian Infused Seared Scallops & Prawns                             $14.00    $15.50
Pan seared scallops and jumbo prawns seasoned with ginger,
garlic and Thai spices served with lemongrass ginger scented
rice, baby bok choy and Asian dipping sauces

Herb Roasted Breast of Turkey – Carvery                           $195.00    $214.50
Presented with assorted gourmet rolls, cranberry relish and
appropriate condiments. This item serves 20 guests

Roast New York Strip of Beef – Carvery                            $390.00    $429.00
Served with a selection of gourmet rolls, natural au jus, stone
ground mustard and creamy horseradish. This item serves 30
guests



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Individual Hors d’Oeuvres…                                    Purchase   Price
Prices based on a per item basis.
These items are sold in increments of 50 pieces.

Chilled
Iced jumbo shrimp served with spicy cocktail sauce and         $4.50     $5.00
lemon wedges
Beef tenderloin crostini - with gorgonzola mousse,             $5.50     $6.00
caramelized onion and roasted red pepper coulis
Mediterranean skewer - marinated kalamata olives,              $4.50     $5.00
mozzarella cheese, artichoke hearts and cherry tomatoes
Snow crab claws with horseradish cocktail sauce and lemon      $5.00     $5.50
aioli
Salmon pinwheels - smoked salmon with herb cream cheese        $4.50     $5.00
topped with domestic caviar and lemon on baguette round
Assorted sushi and sashimi - with soy sauce, pickled ginger    $5.50     $6.00
and wasabi


Chocolate dipped strawberries                                  $4.00     $4.50
Assorted truffles                                              $4.00     $4.50

Warm
Gorgonzola stuffed red potatoes                                $4.50     $5.00
Breaded chicken tenders – plain or buffalo with ranch          $3.50     $3.75
dressing
Chicken pot stickers with sesame-soy ginger sauce              $3.50     $3.75
Tempura battered shrimp with tiger sauce                       $4.25     $4.75
Crab cake bites – served with remoulade sauce                  $4.25     $4.75
Teriyaki beef brochettes                                       $4.50     $5.00
Teriyaki chicken brochettes                                    $4.50     $5.00
Petite beef wellingtons with béarnaise sauce                   $4.50     $5.00
Mushroom Duxelle in Phyllo                                     $3.50     $4.00
Petite smoked chicken quesadilla                               $4.50     $5.00




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Bar Packages…
The below Bar Packages can be customized to exceed your guest’s expectations. (Packages may
be upgraded to include any sprits listed below by purchasing the desired spirits by the liter). Also,
don’t forget to inquire about our specialty cocktail program that will allow you work to with our in-
house mixologist to create a specialty cocktail customized for your event!

Portable Bar Fronts are available on a first come first served basis. Exhibitors are required to provide
one 8 foot skirted table for a back bar. Once our bar front inventory is depleted, exhibitors must also
supply a bar front table. ARAMARK reserves the right to substitute spirits of same type and similar
quality and price.

All bars are based on a consumption basis, unless otherwise contracted. A guaranteed minimum
sales threshold of $650.00(++) per bar per four hours is required. If the minimum guarantee is not met,
you will be charged the minimum sales threshold of $650.00(++).

“The Lounge” Standard Hosted & Cash Bar
(Cash bars require 110v electrical drop for registers)

Vodka              Smirnoff or Skky
Rum                Bacardi Silver
Gin                Bombay Sapphire
Whiskey            Jim Beam or Jack Daniels, Canadian Club
Scotch             Cutty Sark
Tequila            Sausa or Jose Cuervo Gold
Brandy             Christian Bros
Beers              Bud, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Corona, Heineken or Beck’s
Wine               Robert Mondavi Woodbridge Chardonnay, Cabernet and Woodbridge White Zinfandel

Charge per drink:
     Cocktails $6.00
     Domestic/Import Beer $4.50/$5.50
     Wine by the Glass $5.00
     Assorted Soft Drinks $2.25
     Bottled water $2.00

“The Club” Premium Hosted & Cash Bar
(Cash bars require 110v electrical drop for registers
Vodka              Absolut or Stolichnaya
Rum                Captain Morgan and Bacardi Silver
Gin                Bombay Sapphire or Tanqueray
Whiskey            Jameson, Jack Daniels, Makers Mark, Crown Royal, Dewar’s
Tequila            Jose Cuervo 1800
Brandy             Remy VS
Cordials           Baileys Irish Crème
Beers              Bud, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Corona, Heineken or Beck’s, Fat Tire or Sierra Nevada
Wines              Columbia Crest 2 Vines Chardonnay, Cabernet and Woodbridge White Zinfandel

Charge per drink:
     Cocktails $7.00
     Domestic/Import Beer $4.50/$5.50
     Wine by the Glass $6.00
     Assorted Soft Drinks $2.25
     Bottled water $2.00
All prices are subject to 7.75% Sales tax and 19% gratuity.                                          Page 15
All prices are subject to change without prior notice.                                              Rev. 07.08
Beer Selection…
Beer available by the case

Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Genuine Draft, Miller High Life, Miller Lite, Coors, Coors Light
$105 case

Heineken, Beck’s, Amstel Light, Corona, Pacifico, Dos Equis, Bohemia, Sierra Nevada, Fat Tire,
Pyramid Heffewiesen
$130 case

Beer available by the keg – please note that a bartender is required to dispense kegs. Exhibitor must
supply one table at least 3 foot tall with a minimum service area of 4’ x 2.5’. Table must be
capapable of supporting 70 pounds.

Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Genuine Draft, Miller High Life, Miller Lite, Coors, Coors Light
$375 / keg

Beck’s, Dos Equis (Amber or Lager), Bass Ale, Rolling Rock, Samuel Adams, Shiner Bock, Sierra Nevada
Pale Ale, Labatt’s, Moosehead
$475 / keg

Guinness Stout
$550 / keg


Spirit Selection…
Spirits available by the Liter
                                                              Rum
Vodka
                                                              $140   Bacardi Silver
$140     Smirnoff
                                                              $140   Bacardi Gold
$140     Skky
                                                              $160   Meyers Dark
$160     Absolut
                                                              $160   Captain Morgan Spiced
$160     Stolichnaya
                                                              $140   Malibu
$200     Ketel One
$200     Grey Goose                                           Scotch
$200     Belvedere                                            $200 Johnny Walker Black
$200     Finlandia                                            $200 Glenlivit
                                                              $160 Dewar’s
Gin
                                                              $140 Cutty Sark
$140     Beefeater
$140     Bombay Sapphire                                      Tequila
$160     Tanqueray                                            $160 Jose Cuervo Gold
                                                              $180 Jose Cuervo 1800
Whiskey
                                                              $140 Sausa Silver or Gold
$160 Jack Daniels
                                                              $200 Herradura Silver or Gold
$180 Maker’s Mark
                                                              $200 Patron Silver or Gold
$160 Crown Royal
$160 Woodford Reserve                                         Brandy/Cordials
$140 Canadian Club                                            $140 Christian Bros Brandy
$200 Knobb Creek                                              $140 Korbel Brandy
$160 Jameson                                                  $180 Remy VS & VSOP
$140 Wild Turkey 101                                          $200 Grand Marnier
$160 Southern Comfort                                         $180 Bailey’s Irish Crème
                                                              $160 Amaretto di Saronno
                                                              $160 Kahlua
All prices are subject to 7.75% Sales tax and 19% gratuity.                                       Page 16
All prices are subject to change without prior notice.                                           Rev. 07.08
Wine Selection…
Cellar 1 wines are offered by the individual bottle and
may be poured by the glass on hosted bars. Cellar 2, 3
and 4 wines are offered the case (12 bottles).

Cellar 1
        Whites                                                       Reds
$35     Montevina Pinot Grigio                                $37    Turner Road Merlot
$32     Mondavi Woodbridge Chardonnay                         $32    Mondavi Woodbridge Cabernet Sauvignon
$29     Columbia Crest 2 Vines Chardonnay                     $27    Sutter Home Pinot Noir
$28     Covy Run Sauvignon Blanc                              $25    Mondavi Woodbridge Merlot
$28     Covy Run Rielsing


Cellar 2
        Whites                                                       Reds
$55     Simi Sauvignon Blanc                                  $52    Mondavi Woodbridge Private Selection
$49     Sterling Vintners Selection Chardonnay                       Pinot Noir
$41     Columbia Crest Grand Estates Chardonnay               $50    Sterling Vintners Collection Merlot
$36     MezzaCorona Pinot Grigio                              $48    Trinchero Family Cabernet Sauvignon
$34     Chateau St. Michelle Riesling                         $45    Aquinas Cabernet Sauvignon


Cellar 3
        Whites                                                       Reds
$70     Chandon Blanc de Noir                                 $72    Chateau St. Michelle Indian Wells Merlot
$63     Carneros Buena Vista Chardonnay                       $61    Estancia Cabernet Sauvignon
$58     Langwerth Von Simmern Estate Riesling                 $58    Ebenezer Shiraz
$55     Antinori Santa Cristina Pinot Grigio                  $56    Penfolds Thomas Highlands Shiraz
$50     Estancia Chardonnay


Cellar 4
        Whites                                                       Reds
$170 Moet Nectar Imperial                                     $130   Robert Stemmler Carneros Pinot Noir
$120 Ferrari Carano Chardonnay                                $110   Estancia Meritage
$98     Santa Margherita Pino Grigio                          $103   Simi Sonoma Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
$72     Franciscan Chardonnay                                 $98    Franciscan Napa Valley Cabernet
$65     Rodney Strong Charlottes Home Vineyard                       Sauvignon
        Sauvignon Blanc


Sparkling Wines & Champagne
$27     Domaine St Michelle Sparkling Wine
$39     Korbel Brut Sparkling Wine
$48     Domaine Chandon Blanc de Noir Sparkling
        Wine
$115 Vueve Clicquot Brut NV Champagne
$130 Moet et Chandon White Star Champagne




All prices are subject to 7.75% Sales tax and 19% gratuity.                                               Page 17
All prices are subject to change without prior notice.                                                   Rev. 07.08
Equipment…
If china service is ordered, it is required that service personnel also be ordered to work in your
exhibit. This will allow continual clean-up so that your area remains presentable for the
duration of your service.

Full China Service                                                     per setting       $6.00
Coffee cup, saucer, water glass, dinner plate, fork, knife, spoon and white linen napkin

China Coffee Service                                                      per setting        $3.00
Coffee cup, saucer and teaspoon

China cereal bowl and spoon                                               per setting        $3.00

China cocktail plate and fork                                             per setting        $3.00

China soup cup and spoon                                                  per setting        $3.00

Flatware - fork, knife and spoon rolled in a white linen napkin           per setting        $3.00

Glassware - juice, water, wine, high ball or champagne glasses                 each          $3.00

White Linen Napkin                                                             each          $1.00

Linen Tablecloth - Sizes: 90” X 90” OR 54” X 120.” Colors: Black OR White      each        $10.00
(Other Colors May Be Available Upon Request)

Table Skirting – black only                                                    each        $55.00


Labor…
All hourly labor classifications are subject to a four-hour minimum per day. This consists of one
hour of set-up, two hours of service and one hour of breakdown.
After 8 hours, the hourly rate increases to time & one-half. After 12 hours, the hourly rate
increases to double time. Our union service personnel are entitled to two 15 minute and one
30 minute break per 8 hour shift.
If you will need continuous coverage in your booth, you may want to add a second
attendant.

Food Server / Runner / Busser                                     Four hour minimum       $110.00
                                                                            Per hour       $27.50

Dishwasher / Chef / Bartender                                     Four hour minimum       $165.00
                                                                            Per hour       $41.25

Espresso Barista                                                            Per hour       $45.00

Booth Manager                                                                Per day      $550.00




All prices are subject to 7.75% Sales tax and 19% gratuity.                                 Page 18
All prices are subject to change without prior notice.                                     Rev. 07.08
                                                                                          Las Vegas Convention Center
                                                                                                     3150 Paradise Road
                                                                                                   Las Vegas, NV 89109
                                                                                                Toll Free: 800-CATER-11
                                                                                                        Tel: 702-943-6910

Important Information
THIS MENU IS DESIGNED FOR USE ON THE EXHIBIT FLOOR. IF YOU ARE PLACING AN ORDER FOR A
MEETING ROOM, PLEASE CALL THE SALES DEPARTMENT FOR A BANQUET MENU.

Sponsorship Opportunities
Advertising doesn’t have to end with print ads and hanging banners. ARAMARK offers a full range of
sponsorship opportunities to get your name out there to convention attendees. From logo cups, napkins or
bottled water to employee uniforms and banners at convention cafés and restaurants, ARAMARK can increase
your exposure on the exhibit floor and throughout the convention center. Contact your ARAMARK Sales
Manager or Convention/Trade Show Manager to discuss the sponsorship possibilities for your event.

Ordering
Please refer to the table below to determine your qualification for discount pricing:
Advanced Purchase                  More than 30 days prior to your first day of your convention
Price
Show Pricing                       Within 30 – 5 business days of your convention commencing
On Site Menu                       An on-site specific menu is available for bookings within 5 business
                                   days of your convention commencing
Our deadlines allow sufficient time to order, plan and prepare all of your food and beverage needs. All orders
are subject to the pricing above.

Booking Amendments & Cancellations
Changes and/or cancellations must be received 5 BUSINESS DAYS in advance of service. No cancellations
may be made after that time. Any changes made with less than 3 business days notice must be received prior
to 2 p.m. and will be subject to a 20% change fee. Late changes will also be subject to approval by the
ARAMARK Sales Department based upon availability of product and staff.

Payment Policy
ARAMARK Corporate Policy requires full payment prior to commencement of services. Additionally, a credit
card must be on file for any re-orders made on site. NO EXCEPTIONS.

Special Orders
We have designed this menu through years of experience with exhibitors in mind. However, should you have
special menu needs, please feel free to contact our Sales Department. Any variance from this menu, including
changes in quantity, menu content, etc., is subject to special pricing.

Service Ware
Due to the restricted amount of space available for booth service catering, most of our customers prefer
disposable service. All orders will include the appropriate variety of quality disposable ware at no additional
charge. Biodegradable service ware is used where available. If you require china service, please order these
items separately. Available items are listed under the “Equipment & Labor” section of the menu. Please Note:
If china service is ordered, it is required that service personnel also be ordered for the entire duration of food
service. This will allow continual clean-up, so that your area remains presentable throughout the day.

Service Personnel
When ordering ARAMARK personnel for your booth, please plan for one hour each for set-up and break down
time. Our union service personnel are entitled to two 15 minute and one 30 minute break per 8 hour shift.
Please plan ahead if you will need continuous coverage in your booth. ARAMARK personnel will clean food
and beverage related areas. They are not permitted to do general booth cleaning, such as vacuuming,
emptying non-food trash, dusting, etc.

Delivery Charge
A $25.00(++) charge will apply to all original orders of less than $75.00 per delivery.
        All services include appropriate condiments & disposable service ware at no additional charge.
                                                                                                               Rev. 12/07
                                                                                      Las Vegas Convention Center
                                                                                                 3150 Paradise Road
                                                                                               Las Vegas, NV 89109
                                                                                            Toll Free: 800-CATER-11
Tax & Gratuity Charges                                                                              Tel: 702-943-6910
All food and beverage pricing is subject to a 19% gratuity and 7.75% sales tax. All equipment and labor
charges are subject to a 7.75% sales tax only.

Pricing
All prices are subject to change without prior notification.

Tables & Electrical Requirements
ARAMARK does not provide skirted service tables or electrical hook-ups in your exhibit space, including meeting
rooms utilized for exhibits. Please contact the appropriate contractor for those items.

Unauthorized Food & Beverage
ARAMARK is the exclusive caterer for the Las Vegas Convention Center. Absolutely no food or beverage,
candy, logo water, etc., are allowed into the Las Vegas Convention Center without approval from, and
appropriate waiver/corkage fees paid to ARAMARK.

Alcohol Policy…
As the provider of alcoholic beverages at the Las Vegas Convention Center, ARAMARK takes very seriously the
need for responsible and lawful consumption of alcohol and we ask that you do the same.

The maximum delivery of unattended beer and wine per day will be 2 drinks per person up to a maximum of
two (2) cases of beer or eight (8) bottles of wine. Any order exceeding this quantity will require an ARAMARK
attendant.

All bars are based on a consumption basis, unless otherwise contracted. A guaranteed minimum sales
threshold of $650.00(++) per bar per four hours is required. You will be charged the actual consumption or the
minimum guarantee of $650.00(++) - whichever is greater.

If you will provide guests coupons or drink tickets to be redeemed at the bar, all coupons/tickets are
redeemable for a single serving beverage. All coupons/tickets received by the bartenders remain the property
of ARAMARK until a signed invoice of consumption is returned to ARAMARK. Please notify ARAMARK in
advance if you wish these coupons/tickets to be returned to you. Tickets have a blended price value of
$5.00++ for the Lounge and $6.00++ for the Club.

The requirements and expectations of any ARAMARK customer with regard to the service of unattended
alcoholic beverages at the Las Vegas Convention Center are as follows:

 •   As a host of all users of your booth or meeting room, you are responsible for the appropriate and lawful
     consumption of alcohol by your guests. You must ensure that all guests who consume alcoholic
     beverages in your booth or meeting room are at least TWENTY-ONE (21) years of age or older. We urge
     that you check proof of age, such as a driver’s license, to be certain. In our operations, ARAMARK follows
     a policy requiring proof of age from anyone appearing to be under the age of 30. We recommend you
     adopt a similar policy for your booth or meeting room.
 •   All alcoholic beverages must be consumed within the booth or meeting room. NO alcohol can be
     removed from the LVCC at any time.
 •   The consumption of alcoholic beverages by intoxicated guests, or guests appearing to be intoxicated, is
     prohibited.
 •   All spirits must be served by ARAMARK personnel.
 •   Any cocktail servers/models used for service of alcohol must provide ARAMARK with copies of the TAM or
     TIPS card for these personnel. ARAMARK reserves the right to exclude any personnel without prior
     approval.
 •   ARAMARK Alcohol Enforcement personnel reserve the right to observe the service and consumption of
     alcohol with the booth or meeting room at any time.
 •   All ARAMARK service personnel are required to follow ARAMARK’s alcohol service policies and
     procedures.
        All services include appropriate condiments & disposable service ware at no additional charge.
                                                                                                           Rev. 12/07
                                                                                             Las Vegas Convention Center
                                                                                                        3150 Paradise Road
                                                                                                      Las Vegas, NV 89109
                                                                                                   Toll Free: 800-CATER-11
                                                                                                           Tel: 702-943-6910

Order Form
PLEASE FAX COMPLETED FORM TO 702-943-6911.
Confirmation will be faxed and/or emailed back to you.
If you need more space, please make multiple copies of the order form prior to completion.
SHOW NAME:

COMPANY:

CONTACT:                                                        ON SITE CONTACT:

ADDRESS:


E-MAIL:                                                         CELL #:

TEL #:                                                     FAX #:

BOOTH/RM #:                                                # OF PPL:
DATE         START TIME      END TIME          QTY       ITEM DESCRIPTION                             ITEM PRICE




                                                         Subtotal:
                                                         10% Show Price levy:
                                                         19% Gratuity:
                                                         7.75% Sales Tax:

          All services include appropriate condiments & disposable service ware at no additional charge.
                                                                                                                  Rev. 12/07
                                                                                    Las Vegas Convention Center
                                                                                               3150 Paradise Road
                                                                                             Las Vegas, NV 89109
                                                                                          Toll Free: 800-CATER-11
                                                   Total Amount Due:                              Tel: 702-943-6910



Credit Card Authorization Form
SHOW NAME:

COMPANY:

BILLING ADDRESS:
(for credit card)


TEL:

FAX:

E-MAIL:

             Company check used for initial deposit.
             Credit card to be used for reorders and the balance of bill.

             Credit card to be used for all charges during the show and
             for any re-ordering on site.

       American Express            Visa                  MasterCard

CARD HOLDER NAME:

CREDIT CARD #

EXPIRATION DATE:

SIGNATURE:

Customer agrees to pay total charges as specified on the catering order(s) as well as
applicable charges on additional items ordered on site.

**A copy of the credit card front and back must accompany this form.**

Under no circumstances will ARAMARK accept re-orders without a credit card on file.

Under no circumstances does ARAMARK take orders or credit card numbers over the phone.
Customer must either fax or mail order with signature of cardholder.

       All services include appropriate condiments & disposable service ware at no additional charge.
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