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					    October 3-5, 2008, Los Angeles Convention Center




Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) Rules & Regulations and
                        Order Forms
   o       Discount on Utilities / Deadline sensitive
   o       Electrical and Lightning Information
   o       Payment & Credit Card Authorization
   o       Electrical Service Order Form
   o       Electrical Labor Request Form
   o       Plumbing Service Order Form
   o       Telecommunications Service Order Form
   o       LACC Information Packet
   o       LACC Rules & Regulations governing covered structures within the LACC
   o       Information Regarding Foggers & Lasers
   o       Fire Department Requirements
   o       Information Regarding Covered Areas
   o       Exhibit Structure and Building Permit Information
   o       Exhibit Structure Building Permit Application
   o       Parking Rates
   o       Catering – ARAMARK Information / Order Form (exclusive )
                                          CITY OF LOS ANGELES
                     LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER

                                    E for All 2008


        20% Discount on Utilities
(No Discount on labor – Four or more electrical outlets ordered will require labor and credit card authorization forms)



                              ELECTRICAL
                               PLUMBING
                          TELECOMMUNICATION
        *ALL ORDERS AND PAYMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY

                    September 12, 2008
                              TO QUALIFY FOR THE DISCOUNT

   Credit Card orders can be faxed to (213) 765-4444 or processed on-line @
   http://www.lacclink.com

   Orders paid by check must be received by the above date. No checks on site.

   Payments sent by United States mail or other couriers used (i.e. United Parcel Services,
   DHL, Fed-Ex, etc.) must be received Monday through Friday and during normal business
   hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) only. We are not responsible for late deliveries.

   Note: (1) Postmark dates will not be honored (2) unable to deliver, etc. received after the
         discount date will not qualify for the discount.

                  [][] No credit will be given for services installed and not used [][]
                                         *Mail your payments as follows:

                                         Los Angeles Convention Center
                                           Exhibitor Services Division
                                         E for All Expo 2008 - IDG World Expo
                                                1201 S. Figueroa Street
                                                Los Angeles, CA 90015

                                              (213) 741-1151, ext. 5470
                                       E-mail: exhibitorservices@lacclink.com

                                                                                                                      4/4/2007
                                               CITY OF LOS ANGELES
               LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER DEPARTMENT

                                        2007 E for All
                              Electrical & Lighting Information

The Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) is the exclusive provider of electrical services within its facilities. The
following general information is designed to assist exhibitors with planning and ordering their electrical & lighting needs.
Additional and detailed information is contained within the forms or policies that are referenced below.

Power

Exhibits requiring electrical power installations ONLY, and thereby having NO truss or theatrical style lighting, and/or
extensive display lighting, the following LACC forms are used to place orders: Electrical Service Order, Electrical Floor
Plan, Electrical Labor Request.

Exhibitors are urged to carefully review all the instructions and information printed on both sides of the forms prior to
completing them. The proper use of the respective forms will give LACC Electrical personnel the necessary information
to complete installation, and enhance exhibitor move-in experience. Exhibitors involved with larger projects requiring a
substantial amount of electrical service are encouraged to contact the LACC Electrical Services section at (213) 741-
1151 ext. 5613, “prior to” finalizing their plans so that LACC may assist in the distribution plan (power layout) of the
booth. Exhibitors requiring power to remain on beyond the hours of the show must order 24-hour service.

Lighting

Exhibitors that will be using truss or theatrical style lighting in their booth are required to abide by the Los Angeles
Convention Center Booth and Stage Lighting Policies and Procedures. There are many details that must be
resolved well in advance of the move-in to allow for a smooth installation. Therefore, exhibitors are encouraged to
contact LACC as soon as possible to coordinate their installation and submit their order. To receive a copy of the policy,
and to make arrangements for power, labor, Boom or Scissor lifts, dimmer locations, feeder lengths, etc., please contact
the LACC Electrical Services section at (213) 741-1151 ext. 5613, or via fax at (213) 765-4267, or e-mail at
dcaldwell@lacclink.com. Exhibitors planning on installing extensive display lighting must complete and submit an
Electrical Labor Request form as per the instructions on the form. LACC has theatrical style lighting and standard
display lighting available for exhibitors to rent. Any project requiring the need for over head rigging (attaching suspended
items such as truss, etc. to building attachment points) must also coordinate with the official Show Rigging Contractor.

Dates

Labor Request forms for respective labor and boom/scissor lift schedules must be received with payment on or before
September 28, 2007.

Electrical Service Order forms (power and lighting) must be received with payment on or before September 28, 2007
to qualify for the 20% discount. Orders received after the discount cut off date will be charged the standard rate.
Postmark is not honored.


For more information, please contact LACC Exhibitor Services Division at (213) 741-1151 ext. 5470, or by fax at (213)
765-4444, or via e-mail at exhibitorservices@lacclink.com.
                                                                                                                                                      EXHIBITOR SERVICES DIVISION
                                                                                                                                                      1201 SOUTH FIGUEROA STREET
                                                                                                                                                      LOS ANGELES, CA 90015
                                                                PAYMENT & CREDIT CARD                                                                 (213) 741-1151, EXT. 5470
                                                                                                                                                      FAX: (213) 765-4444
                                                                CHARGE AUTHORIZATION                                                                  TDD: (213) 763-5080
                                                                                                                                                      E-mail: exhibitorservices@lacclink.com
NAME OF EVENT                                                                                                  EVENT DATES                                   BOOTH NUMBER

EXHIBITING FIRM/COMPANY                                                                                                                           ON SITE SHOW CONTACT (PLEASE PRINT)

ADDRESS                                                                                                        CITY                                   STATE         ZIP

TELEPHONE                                                                FAX                                                                      E-MAIL


CREDIT CARD CHARGE AUTHORIZATION

    □ AMERICAN EXPRESS                                   □ DINERS CLUB                        □ MASTER CARD                            □ VISA                              EXP. DATE
    ACCOUNT                                                                                                                                                               /
    NUMBER                                                                                                                                                            MO. / YEAR
Card Holder's Billing Address - IF DIFFERENT FROM ABOVE                                   CITY                                                                      STATE        ZIP


PRINT CARD HOLDER'S NAME                                                         CARD HOLDERS' SIGNATURE                                                            DATE
                                                                                 X

Please complete the information requested and return this form with your service orders. You may choose to pay by credit card, or
check; however, we require your credit card authorization to be on file with LACC. Full payment or credit card authorization must be
received 20 days prior to the first show day to qualify for the discount on pre-show orders. Payment or credit card authorization received after
cut-off date will be charged at the on-site order rate. LACC will use this authorization to charge your credit card for any additional
charges incurred as a result of on-site orders placed by your representative(s).

                                                                                                                                                      TOTAL FROM EACH ORDER FORM

       ELECTRICAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     $

       ELECTRICAL LABOR (Move-in & Move-out) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                              $
       (Electrical Labor invoices will be calculated according to actual hours worked.)

       TELECOMMUNICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                   $

       TELECOMMUNICATIONS LABOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           $

       TOLL AND LONG DISTANCE CHARGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                 $        (Billed at the close of the event)

       PLUMBING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   $

       PLUMBING LABOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             $

       BUILDING PERMIT FEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              $

       OTHER (specify)                                                                                                                            $

       OTHER (specify)                                                                                                                            $

       OTHER (specify)                                                                                                                            $


       Los Angeles Convention Center                       Federal Tax ID #95-6000-735                                                                         TOTAL AMOUNT DUE

       Make check payable to the LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER or indicate the amount to be charged to the
       credit card on pre-show orders.

    1. No.                                                                                         Date                               Amount $
       Checks must be drawn on U.S. Bank and in U.S. currency.
 OR
    2. Charge credit card for pre-show orders in the amount of                                                                                    $

    FOR OFFICE USE ONLY                                                                                                                               ORIGINAL (Exhibitor Services)
                                                                                                                                                      YELLOW (Exhibitor)
       Date received                                                             Discount Cut-off Date


                                                                                                                                                                     NO. CCA
                                                                                                                                   EXHIBITOR SERVICES DIVISION
                                                        2008                                                                       1201 SOUTH FIGUEROA STREET
                                                                                                                                   LOS ANGELES, CA 90015
                                              ELECTRICAL SERVICE ORDER                                                             (213) 741-1151, EXT. 5470
                                                                                                                                   FAX: (213) 765-4444
                                                   VALID FROM JANUARY 1 - DECEMBER 31, 2008
                                                                                                                                   TDD: (213) 763-5080
                                                                                                                                   E-mail: exhibitorservices@lacclink.com
NAME OF EVENT                                                                        EVENT DATES                                                BOOTH NUMBER(S)

EXHIBITING FIRM/COMPANY                                                                                                 ON SITE SHOW CONTACT (PLEASE PRINT)

ADDRESS                                                                              CITY                                          STATE                         ZIP

TELEPHONE                                                        FAX                                                    E-MAIL

  ORDER ONLINE AT PAYMENT & CREDIT CARD CHARGE AUTHORIZATION FORM NO. CCA MUST ACCOMPANY
  www.lacclink.com THIS ORDER. PAYMENT IN U.S. DOLLARS.
                                         □ AMERICAN EXPRESS                        □ COMPANY CHECK  □ CERTIFIED CHECK                             □ DINERS CLUB
click: Services Provided                                                               □ MASTER CARD □ VISA
then
click:   Exhibitor Services                           MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO: LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER
                 PLEASE SEE BACK OF FORM FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES PROVIDED
(1)                QTY    120 VOLT POWER & LIGHTING OUTLETS              RATE      LACC CODE AMOUNT
                                Single Outlet up to 500 Watts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              $105                 E01S
                                Single Outlet up to 1000 Watts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              155                 E02S
                                Single Outlet up to 1500 Watts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              205                 E03S
                                Single Outlet up to 2000 Watts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              245                 E04S
Additional labor charge required to install outlets other than at rear of booth or standard placement.
See B5 on back of form. Please submit plan showing outlet locations and booth orientation.                                               SUBTOTAL (1)            $
(2)                 QTY         FLOODLIGHTS & SPOTLIGHTS                                                                         RATE            LACC CODE AMOUNT
                                  150 Watt (equivalent) Floodlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                 $135              E05SF/SS
                                  1000 Watt Par 64 Quartz Light (Halls ABGHJK Only) installed on catwalk railing . . .             270                E07S
                                  1000 Watt Par 64 Quartz Light (Kentia Hall) installed on columns or unistrut . . . . . .         320                E08S
Additional labor may be required for non-standard installations. See LACC Lighting Policy for additional details.                            SUBTOTAL (2)        $

(3)       208/480 VOLT POWER CONNECTIONS (INCLUDES LABOR & MATERIAL) SEE C REVERSE SIDE FOR INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
                              208 VOLT, 1Ø                                         208 VOLT, 3Ø                          480 VOLT, 3Ø (NO NEUTRAL)                AMOUNT
                                 RATE                                                                                                   RATE
AMPERAGE              QTY                          CODE                 QTY             RATE EACH               CODE       QTY                       CODE
                                 EACH                                                                                                   EACH
   10 AMP                         $340           EP21010                                     $495             EP23010                    $750       EP43010
   20 AMP                         $495           EP21020                                     $630             EP23020                    $850       EP43020
   30 AMP                         $630           EP21030                                     $690             EP23030                   $1,050      EP43030
   60 AMP                         $795           EP21060                                     $995             EP23060                   $1,995      EP43060
   100 AMP                        $995           EP21100                                    $1,500            EP23100                   $3,200      EP43100
   200 AMP                       $1,750          EP21200                                    $2,750            EP23200                   $5,975      EP43200
For amps above 200, please call LACC Exhibitor Services. 480V service is a 3-wire system with equipment ground (no neutral).
Submit floor plan indictating volts, amps, and phase of each piece of equipment to be hooked up. Also indicate
desired location of main power drop, location of all equipment to be connected, and booth orientation.                                   SUBTOTAL (3)             $
24 HOUR SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50% OF SERVICE CHARGE
Indicate specifically which services require 24 hour service and add additional 50% for each service.
All 24 hour service must be identified on the floor plan.                                       SUBTOTAL (4)                                                      $
SERVICE LOCATION - For 10x10 in-line booths and peninsula                                              ADD ABOVE SUBTOTALS 1 - 4 . . . . . . . . (a)
                                                                                       SEE A1 ON BACK OF FORM TO APPLY 20% DISCOUNT . . . . . . .
booths, use the space below to indicate placement of service.
                                                                                                                                                  (b)
Island booths must submit a floor plan that includes proper                                          SUBTRACT (b) from (a) for TOTAL AMOUNT DUE $
orientation and measurements in feet and inches.                                                     FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
                                                                                                                                                 ORIGINAL (EXHIBITOR SERVICES)
      Front of booth                                                                 Form of Payment_________________________
                                                                                                                                                 YELLOW (EXHIBITOR)
                                                                                     Amount $_____________ Date: ___________
                 Show location of service                                            Received By: __________ ID # ____________

      Rear of booth                                                                  Date Entered: _________ Initial __________                  NO. E8
 In submitting this order, the parties requesting service acknowledge that they have read and understand the Information and Conditions
 on the reverse side of this order form and agree to accept the terms therein.
                                   INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS
The Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) is the exclusive provider of electrical services within its facilities. This
includes all exhibit halls, meeting rooms, public areas, exterior areas, and parking lots/garages. All requirements to
install, connect, repair, alter, or distribute power for electrical and lighting are to be completed by LACC electrical
services personnel. Material and equipment provided by LACC shall remain the property of LACC.
In providing the services requested in this order, neither the City of Los Angeles, nor its officers, employees, agents,
contractors nor subcontractors shall be liable to Exhibitor for special, incidental or consequential damages for loss,
damage, or expense, directly or indirectly arising from the provision or non-provision of the services herein
requested, for commercial loss of any kind (including loss of business or profits) whether or not the City of
Los Angeles has been advised of the possibility of such damage or loss.

A. SERVICE ORDER REQUEST AND PAYMENT
    1.   This service order form MUST BE RECEIVED with full payment or credit card payment no less than twenty
         (20) days prior to first scheduled show day for the DISCOUNT to be applied.
    2.   Failure to provide all the necessary information requested on this form, and on required supplemental forms, may
         result in a delay of service installation.
    3.   Credit cannot be given for service or equipment installed and not used.
    4.   Refund will not be considered unless filed in writing by the Exhibitor PRIOR to the close of the exposition. Please
         allow thirty (30) days for processing.
    5.   LACC conducts an installation audit of power supplied to all exhibits. Exhibitors using power not ordered on
         service order form will be required to pay on site for power to continue service. Power may be disconnected
         pending receipt of full payment. A reconnection fee of $40.00 will be required.
    6.   A $35.00 service fee will be charged for returned checks.
    7.   Checks are not accepted for on site orders or at the Exhibitor Services Desk.

B. SERVICE REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS
    1.   Only LACC electricians are allowed to make electrical installations and connections.
    2.   Unless otherwise instructed by the Exhibitor, LACC personnel will cut floor coverings and walls to install service.
    3.   LACC is not responsible for voltage fluctuations or power failures. Exhibitors are encouraged to supply their own
         surge protection equipment.
    4.   All electrical equipment, components, fixtures, cabling, etc., must be listed by Underwriters Laboratory (UL), or
         approved by the City of Los Angeles’ Testing Laboratory (Test Lab), and shall be labeled accordingly. All
         electrical work must be done in accordance with all local, state, and national electrical codes.
    5.   Electrical labor must be ordered when the service requested exceeds standard installation criteria or for requests
         to alter or repair exhibit equipment, or relocate service. Examples include: installing more than 3 outlets to
         locations other than “standard rear of booth” placement; installing electric cords and cables throughout the booth;
         relocating service(s) installed; installing power from overhead catwalks; installing service that exceeds standard
         cable lengths/runs; and installing exhibitor lighting. See LACC Labor Request Form for more details.
    6.   Neon signs, lights, or other equipment containing high voltage potential and/or other approved sources of heat,
         must be contained within an approved enclosure and adequately protected from possible damage, and mounted
         in an area of the exhibit where personnel and attendees cannot come in contact with the sign/equipment. All
         cabling, ballasts, and other components must be approved for high voltage application. NO fabric or combustible
         material can be near the heat source.
    7.   All equipment must be properly grounded. Extension cords must be 14 gauge/3-wire grounding type or larger.
         All splices and connections must be made in an approved enclosure. No open splices are allowed.
    8.   All 120-volt electrical equipment and devices within 6 feet of a water/liquid source must be protected by a Ground
         Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFI).

C. 120/208/480V HOOK-UP INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
    1.   All equipment must display complete information including: amperage, voltage, phase, cycle, KVA, etc. If no
         information is available, electrical charges shall be computed at 70% of the main breaker or main fuse size of
         equipment. Circuit ampacity/KVA must be sized to allow for start-up current and long continuous loads.
    2.   Notify LACC Exhibitor Services Desk when equipment is in exhibit position.
    3.   LACC electrician will audit power requirements and adjust requirements if necessary. Exhibitor shall return to
         services desk for payment of service due to changes or adjustment to original service request.
    4.   An installer will be dispatched based on receipt of order and proceed with hook-up.
    5.   In the event the installer’s time is not compatible with Exhibitor’s schedule:
                  (a) Exhibitors may leave after audit and adjustments have been made. Installation will be completed as
                       audited; however, equipment will not be energized unless exhibitor is present.
                  (b) Electrical equipment power rotation will be done only when Exhibitor is present.

         THE LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER IS A NON-SMOKING FACILITY
                                                                                                                   EXHIBITOR SERVICES DIVISION
                                                         2008                                                      1201 SOUTH FIGUEROA STREET
                                                                                                                   LOS ANGELES, CA 90015
                                              ELECTRICAL LABOR REQUEST                                             (213) 741-1151, EXT. 5470
                                                                                                                   FAX: (213) 765-4444
                                                  VALID FROM JANUARY 1 - DECEMBER 31, 2008
                                                                                                                   TDD: (213) 763-5080
                                                                                                                   E-mail: exhibitorservices@lacclink.com
NAME OF EVENT                                                         EVENT DATES                                            BOOTH NUMBER(S)

EXHIBITING FIRM/COMPANY                                                                              ON SITE SHOW CONTACT (PLEASE PRINT)

ADDRESS                                                               CITY                                         STATE                 ZIP

TELEPHONE                                                    FAX                                     E-MAIL


  ORDER ON LINE AT PAYMENT & CREDIT CARD CHARGE AUTHORIZATION FORM NO. CCA MUST ACCOMPANY
  www.lacclink.com THIS ORDER. PAYMENT IN U.S. DOLLARS.
                                         □ AMERICAN EXPRESS            □ COMPANY CHECK  □ CERTIFIED CHECK                      □ DINERS CLUB
click: Services Provided                                                   □ MASTER CARD □ VISA
then
click:   Exhibitor Services                         MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO: LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER

   1.         Please submit labor request form with credit card authorization no less than twenty (20) days prior to the first scheduled move-in
              day. Labor ordered after this time will be scheduled based on availability and on a first come, first serve basis.


   2.         Electrical labor must be ordered when the type of service requested exceeds standard installation criteria, when a request is
              made to alter or repair exhibit equipment or when lighting is installed. Examples in which additional labor is required include:
              installing more than three (3) outlets to specific locations on the floor other than “standard rear of booth” placement; installing
              electrical cords and cables throughout the booth; relocating service(s) once installed; installing, wiring, adjusting, and removing
              Exhibitor/Contractor owned light fixtures and related equipment; installing power from overhead (catwalks, etc.), and installing
              services that exceed standard cable lengths/runs.


  3.          Once floor power has been installed, Exhibitors may mount and plug-in their own standard (non-theatrical) lights providing the
              installation can be completed by one (1) person in fifteen (15) minutes. Installations exceeding fifteen (15) minutes must be
              done by LACC Electrical staff. For theatrical style lighting, see LACC Lighting Policy.

 4.           Requests for modifications to the schedule (including cancellations) must be received no less than 48 hours prior to the
              beginning of the respective work shift. Modifications and/or cancellations made without prior notification will be subject to
              corresponding labor charges and staff availability.

 5.           Please fill-in the required information below. Be sure to include schedule for move-in and move-out (if required). Labor is
              ordered in half-hour increments. Total charges will be calculated according to actual hours worked.

                     SCHEDULE                                                         QUANTITY
                                                       # OF HRS.                                                           RATE                $ TOTALS
DATE(S)            START               END                                   ELECT.        JLG         SCISSOR

                       AM / PM            AM / PM                                                                                   HR
                       AM / PM            AM / PM                                                                                   HR
                       AM / PM            AM / PM                                                                                   HR
                       AM / PM            AM / PM                                                                                   HR
                       AM / PM            AM / PM                                                                                   HR
                       AM / PM            AM / PM                                                                                   HR

Labor and Material are not subject to discount.                                                          TOTAL AMOUNT DUE = $

All projects involving electrical labor must be completed between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. No electrical work
will be performed after 11:00 p.m. or prior to 7:30 a.m. without prior authorization.

Electrical Labor and Equipment Rates:
Electrician:                     Mon. - Fri. 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.   $ 65.00/hour     All other times, Sat., Sun., Holidays: $130.00/hour
Scissor lift with Operator:      Mon. - Fri. 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.   $170.00/hour     All other times: $225.00/hour
JLG lift with Operator:          Mon. - Fri. 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.   $220.00/hour     All other times: $275.00/hour

                                                                                                                                         NO. ELR8
                                                                                                                                   EXHIBITOR SERVICES DIVISION
                                                               2008                                                                1201 SOUTH FIGUEROA STREET
                                                                                                                                   LOS ANGELES, CA 90015
                                                      PLUMBING SERVICE ORDER                                                       (213) 741-1151, EXT. 5470
                                                                                                                                   FAX: (213) 765-4444
                                                        VALID FROM JANUARY 1 - DECEMBER 31, 2008
                                                                                                                                   TDD: (213) 763-5080
                                                                                                                                   E-mail: exhibitorservices@lacclink.com
NAME OF EVENT                                                                       EVENT DATES                                               BOOTH NUMBER(S)

EXHIBITING FIRM/COMPANY                                                                                                 ON SITE SHOW CONTACT (PLEASE PRINT)

ADDRESS                                                                             CITY                                           STATE                       ZIP

TELEPHONE                                                          FAX                                                  E-MAIL

   ORDER ONLINE AT                 PAYMENT & CREDIT CARD CHARGE AUTHORIZATION FORM NO. CCA MUST ACCOMPANY THIS
   www.lacclink.com                ORDER. PAYMENT IN U.S. DOLLARS.
                                               □ AMERICAN EXPRESS                   □ COMPANY CHECK  □ CERTIFIED CHECK                         □ DINERS CLUB
click: Services Provided                                                                □ MASTER CARD □ VISA
then
click:   Exhibitor Services                               MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO: LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER
                  PLEASE SEE BACK OF FORM FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES PROVIDED
QTY             (1) COMPRESSED AIR (Separate Outlet Must be Ordered for Each Equipment) RATE LACC CODE AMOUNT
                Single Outlet 1/2" - 90-100 lbs., P.S.I.          ................................                                   $420          P01S
                Single Outlet 3/4" - 90-100 lbs., P.S.I.          ................................                                    480          P02S
                Single Outlet 1"     - 90-100 lbs., P.S.I.        ................................                                    600          P03S
                Branch Outlet(s)                                 ................................                                     180          P042
                CFM Required ___________                              Not Available in Concourse or Petree Halls                        SUBTOTAL (1)           $
QTY             (2) WATER (Separate Outlet Must be Ordered for Each Equipment)                                                      RATE LACC CODE              AMOUNT
                Single Outlet                                    .................................                                   $325          P05S
                Branch Outlet(s) from Single Outlet               ................................                                    190          P06S
                Not Available in Concourse or Petree Halls                                                                             SUBTOTAL (2)            $

QTY             (3) FILL AND PUMP OUT (Without Additives)                                                                          RATE LACC CODE               AMOUNT
                0 - 149 Gallons                                  ................................                                     $90         P07S-1
                150 - 299 Gallons                                ................................                                     160         P07S-2
                300 - 500 Gallons                                ................................                                     240         P07S-3
                More than 500 Gallons - Rate Plus Labor Charges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     320         P07S-4
                Rate includes one visit to fill and one visit to pump out
                                                                                                                                       SUBTOTAL (3) $
QTY            (4) DRAINAGE                                                                                                        RATE   LACC CODE AMOUNT
                Drain Line - Closed/Pressure Control (Continuous Flow)               .................                               $260          P08S
                Drain Line - Gravity Flow (for use with sinks)                        .................                               280          P09S
                Drain Branch from Drain Line                                          .................                               160          P10S
                GPM _______________               Not Available in Concourse or Petree Halls              Limited in Kentia Hall
                                                                                                                                       SUBTOTAL (4)            $
QTY            (5) GAS (Standard Installation Only)                                                                                 RATE LACC CODE              AMOUNT
                Single Outlet      3/4 - Natural Gas               ................................                                  $400          P11S
                Branch Outlet(s) from Single Outlet               ................................                                    250          P12S
                BTU ____________________                      Not Available in Concourse or Petree Halls                               SUBTOTAL (5)            $

24 HOUR SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50% OF SERVICE CHARGE
Indicate specifically which services require 24 hour service and add additional 50% for each service.
All 24 hour service must be identified on the floor plan.                                          SUBTOTAL (6)                                                 $
SERVICE LOCATION - For 10x10 in-line booths and peninsula                                                ADD ABOVE SUBTOTALS 1 - 6 . . . . . . . . (a)
booths, use the space below to indicate placement of service.                         SEE A1 ON BACK OF FORM TO APPLY 20% DISCOUNT . . . . . . . (b)
Island booths must submit a floor plan that includes proper                                     SUBTRACT (b) from (a) for TOTAL AMOUNT DUE $
orientation and measurements in feet and inches.                                               FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
     Front of booth                                                                 Form of Payment_________________________ ORIGINAL (EXHIBITOR SERVICES)
                                                                                    Amount $_____________ Date: ____________YELLOW (EXHIBITOR)
              Show location of service                                              Received By: __________             ID # ___________

    Rear of booth                                                                   Date Entered: _________             Initial ____________ NO.      P8
 In submitting this order, the parties requesting service acknowledge that they have read and understand the Information and Conditions
 on the reverse side of this order form and agree to accept the terms therein.
                                          INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS
The Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) is the exclusive provider of plumbing services within its facilities. This
includes all exhibit halls, meeting rooms, public area, exterior areas, and parking lots/garages. All requirements for
services, labor, installation, connection or repairing equipment are to be completed by LACC personnel only.

In providing the services requested in this order, neither the City of Los Angeles, nor its officers, employees, agents,
contractors nor subcontractors shall be liable to Exhibitor for special, incidental or consequential damages for loss,
damage, or expense, directly or indirectly arising from the provision or non-provision of the services herein requested, for
commercial loss of any kind (including loss of business or profits) whether or not the City of Los Angeles has been
advised of the possibility of such damage or loss.

A. SERVICE ORDER REQUEST AND PAYMENT
    1.   This service order form MUST BE RECEIVED with full payment or credit card payment no less than twenty (20)
         days prior to first scheduled show day for the DISCOUNT to be applied.

    2.   Booth number and location of plumbing service in the exhibit must be identified on the face of this form or provided on
         separate booth plan submitted with this order. Incomplete information may delay installation of service.

    3.   Credit cannot be given for service or equipment installed and not used.

    4.   Refund will not be considered unless filed in writing by the Exhibitor PRIOR to the close of the exposition. Please allow
         thirty (30) days for processing.

    5.   Payments for service must be made prior to installation.

    6.   Plumbing labor must be ordered when the type of service requested exceeds standard installation, or for requests to
         alter, repair exhibit equipment, or relocate service. Examples for additional labor: installing service to specific locations
         other than at location of the floor box/port; installing pipe or hoses throughout the booth; relocating services(s); installing
         service from overhead (where possible) or across aisles; or performing internal (secondary) connections and/or custom
         installations.

    7.   For additional installation assistance, please contact LACC Plumbing Department at (213) 741-1151, Ext. 5761.

    8.   Compressed air, water, and gas installation are not available in Concourse and Petree Halls and Meeting Rooms.

    9.   The LACC has a limited supply of rental equipment available. This includes fire extinguishers, sinks, and water heaters
         of various capacities. Contact LACC Exhibitor Services to obtain equipment price list.

    10. A $35.00 service fee will be charged for returned checks.

    11. Checks are not accepted for on site orders or at the Exhibitor Services Desk.

B. REQUIREMENTS/SERVICE RESTRICTIONS
    1.   All LACC provided material remains LACC property and must be removed only by LACC personnel.

    2.   Only LACC personnel are allowed to make primary source supply connections and disconnections.

    3.   Once LACC has installed plumbing service to the primary connection point of a machine or piece of equipment,
         Exhibitors may supply material and hook-up any remaining internal (secondary) connections within the machine. All
         equipment, supplies materials, and methods of installation must meet all applicable laws, codes, and acceptable
         standards as set forth by the City of Los Angeles Plumbing Code, the L.A. County Health Department, and applicable
         National Agencies.

    4.   Chemicals, solvents, and other industrial or commercial liquids must be approved prior to bringing on LACC property. A
         LACC MSDS Information Form must be completed and sent to LACC Building Superintendent 20 (twenty) days prior to
         move-in. Removal of all industrial liquids must be done by an Official Industrial Waste Management contractor, and
         coordinated through the official General Service Contractor. Under NO circumstances are any such liquids/chemicals
         permitted to enter any LACC drains.

    5.   LACC recommends use of filters and regulators for control-type equipment.

    6.   LACC outlets terminate in standard female pipe equipment.

    7.   LACC is not responsible for air and water pressure failure and fluctuation.

    8.   The use of Compressed Gas and/or Liquefied Gases will NOT be allowed unless the Exhibitor obtains a permit from the
         Los Angeles Fire Department “PRIOR TO” the move-in beginning, AND the containers meet all applicable Pressure
         Vessel Codes and standards as required by the City of Los Angeles and other applicable agencies.


                 THE LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER IS A NON-SMOKING FACILITY
                                                                                                                                                       EXHIBITOR SERVICES DIVISION
                                                                     2008                                                                              1201 SOUTH FIGUEROA STREET
                                                                                                                                                       LOS ANGELES, CA 90015
                                                             TELECOMMUNICATIONS                                                                        (213) 741-1151, EXT. 5470

                                                                SERVICE ORDER                                                                          FAX: (213) 765-4444
                                                                                                                                                       TDD: (213) 763-5080
                                                          VALID FROM JANUARY 1 - DECEMBER 31, 2008                                                     E-mail: exhibitorservices@lacclink.com
NAME OF EVENT                                                                                 EVENT DATES                                                              BOOTH NUMBER(S)

EXHIBITING FIRM/COMPANY                                                                                                                      ON SITE SHOW CONTACT (PLEASE PRINT)

ADDRESS                                                                                       CITY                                                     STATE                           ZIP

TELEPHONE                                                                FAX                                                                 E-MAIL


  ORDER ONLINE AT PAYMENT & CREDIT CARD CHARGE AUTHORIZATION FORM NO. CCA MUST ACCOMPANY THIS
 www.lacclink.com ORDER. PAYMENT IN U.S. DOLLARS.
                                                   □ AMERICAN EXPRESS                        □ COMPANY CHECK  □ CERTIFIED CHECK                                       □ DINERS CLUB
                                                                                                 □ MASTER CARD □ VISA
click: Services Provided
then
click:   Exhibitor Services                                     MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO: LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER
                   PLEASE SEE BACK OF FORM FOR INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES PROVIDED
(1) TYPE OF SERVICE                                                                                                                           QTY          RATE            CODE         AMOUNT
 A. Single Line (must Dial 9 then number ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                    $280             LIN
 B. Multi Line (minimum 2 lines/1 phone) (rate listed is per line) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                              $280            MUL
 C. Modem Line (Direct Dial) (credit card authorization requried). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                $380            MOD
 D. Dedicated Line (Direct Dial) (credit card authorization required) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                 $380            DED
 E. Dry Pair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                  $380             T03
                                                Circuit No. _____________________________                       SUBTOTAL (a)
                           Local Calls include 213 Area Code only       See A1 on back of form to apply 20% discount . . . . . . . (b)
  □      For Toll Calls and Long Distance access, include
         Credit Card Authorizaiton                                 Subtract (b) from (a) for amount due         SUBTOTAL            (1) $
(2)        SPECIAL SERVICES AVAILABLE (credit card authorization required)                                                                    QTY          RATE            CODE         AMOUNT
 A. Broadcasting ISDN BRI Line (includes LACC connection and SBC ISDN line) . . .                                                                           $580             BRI
 B. Broadcasting ISDN Connecntion (LACC connection only/user provides ISDN line) . . .                                                                      $400            ISDN


 For T-1 Service or Special Requirements contract LACC Client IT Service Division at (213) 765-4647.
   no less than 30 days prior to show for confirmation of service and installation coordination.                                                                   SUBTOTAL (2) $
(3) TELEPHONE INSTRUMENTS                                                                                                                     QTY          RATE            CODE         AMOUNT
 Single Line Touch Tone Phone (you keep at end of show) See 1A                                                                                              $30              T05
 NOTE: Exhibitor must pick up phone at Exhibitor Services Desk                                                                                                     SUBTOTAL (3) $

                                                                                                       ADD SUBTOTALS 1 - 3 FOR TOTAL AMOUNT DUE $
SERVICE LOCATION - For 10x10 in-line booths and peninsula                                     TELECOMMUNICATIONS LABOR RATES (1/2 HOUR INCREMENTS)
booths, use the space below to indicate placement of service.                                 Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 65/Hr.
Island booths must submit a floor plan that includes proper                                   All other times, Sat., Sun., Holidays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $130/Hr.
orientation and measurements in feet and inches.                                              Relocation charge per line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $70
      Front of booth                                                                                             FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

                   Show location of service                                                   Form of Payment                                                          ORIGINAL (EXHIBITOR SERVICES)

                                                                                                                                                                       YELLOW (EXHIBITOR)
                                                                                              Amount $                                       Date:
      Rear of booth
                                                                                              Received By                                    ID #

                                                                                              Date Entered                                   Initial
                                                                                                                                                                       NO. T8
                                                                                              Ext. #                  __________
 In submitting this order, the parties requesting service acknowledge that they have read and understand the Information and Conditions
 on the reverse side of this order form and agree to accept the terms therein.
                                 INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS

The Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) is the exclusive provider of telecommunication services within its
facilities. This includes all exhibit halls, meeting rooms, public areas, exterior areas, and parking lots/garages. All
requirements for telecommunication services, whether originating or terminating in the LACC, must be arranged and
coordinated with the LACC Client IT Services Division.
In providing the services requested in this order, neither the City of Los Angeles, nor its officers, employees, agents,
contractors nor subcontractors shall be liable to Exhibitor for any damages, including special, incidental or
consequential damages for loss, damage, or expense, directly or indirectly arising from Exhibitor’s use or inability to
use the services herein requested, or for commercial loss of any kind (including loss of business or profits) whether
or not the City of Los Angeles has been advised of the possibility of such damage or loss.

A. SERVICE ORDER REQUEST AND PAYMENT
    1. This service order form MUST BE RECEIVED with full payment or credit card payment no less than twenty
       (20) days prior to first scheduled show day for the DISCOUNT to be applied.
    2. Orders received less than thirty (30) days prior to first show day will be charged at the LISTED RATE.
       Checks will not be accepted for on-site orders.
    3. Booth number and location of telephone connection must be identified for processing of order.
    4. Credit card authorization must be on file for long distance access and toll calls.
    5. Long distance access will be unrestricted unless requested otherwise.
    6. Credit cannot be given for service or equipment installed and not used.
    7. All long distance calls are subject to applicable local, State and Federal taxes.
    8. A final summary statement detailing calls and charges, including taxes, will be sent to addressee listed on this
       form.
    9. A show directory will be prepared and distributed prior to show opening.
   10. Refunds will not be granted for service installed and deemed inoperative due to faulty Exhibitor
       equipment or off site service problem.
   11. A $35.00 service fee will be charged for returned checks.

B. SERVICE INSTALLATION AND EQUIPMENT USE
    1. Single Line Phones. Exhibitor may supply their own single line touch tone telephone, or
    2. Single line phones purchased from the LACC shall become the property of the Exhibitor upon issuance.
       Telephones may be purchased at the LACC Exhibitor Services Desk.
    3. Multi-Line Phones require a deposit of $350 (minimum) for each multi-line unit, must be paid prior to issuance.
       Open credit card draft will be required for deposit. The Exhibitor will be responsible for the LACC telephone
       equipment while in Exhibitor’s possession. Multi-line telephone headsets must be returned at the close of the
       exposition.
    4. Material and equipment supplied by the LACC shall remain the property of the LACC.
    5. Unless otherwise directed, LACC installing personnel are authorized to cut booth floor covering when required for
       installation of service.
    6. A labor charge will be assessed for re-locating after initial installation has been completed.
    7. Testing or troubleshooting Exhibitor equipment when requested to determine reason for inoperative service shall
       be done on a time and material basis.

C. TYPE OF SERVICE

    SINGLE LINE – Basis service includes one voice line. PBX must dial 9 then dial number. Telephone not included.
    See B1 above.

    MULTI-LINE TELEPHONE REQUIREMENTS – A multi-button, touch tone telephone set, provided a main number
    and more that one line on a single phone instrument.

TELEPHONE SETS SUPPLIED BY EXHIBITORS MUST BE TOUCH TONE AND MEET FCC REGULATIONS.

DEDICATED LINES AND DRY PAIR are for circuits only – The LACC Client IT Services Division is able to provide access
to services for data and voice transmission. For additional information or service requirements, call (213) 765-4647.

TO GUARENTEE SERVICE FOR T1, ISDN, OR CATEGORY 5 CABLE INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS, ORDER
MUST BE PLACED WITH LACC NO LESS THAN 30 DAYS PRIOR TO SHOW.




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                    LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER INFORMATION PACKET
                                                EXHIBIT UTILITY SERVICES INFORMATION


The Los Angeles Convention Center is the exclusive provider of utility services (electrical, plumbing and telecommunications)
within the facility. This includes all exhibit halls, meeting rooms, and temporary structures. All requirements for the utility
services and labor to install, connect, repair of equipment or distribute power are to be completed by Los Angeles Convention
Center personnel. Specific information regarding available equipment, service hook-up and rates can be obtained from Exhibitor
Services by calling 213.741.1151, extension 5470.

GENERAL CONDITIONS / REGULATIONS
    1. All utility installation is performed by Los Angeles Convention Center personnel only. Permit and insurance
       requirements do not allow non-Convention Center personnel to perform any utility work or to rent or sell material and
       equipment within the Convention Center.

      2. All material and equipment furnished by the Los Angeles Convention Center shall remain the property of the Los
         Angeles Convention Center and shall be removed or disconnected by Los Angeles Convention Center personnel
         only.

      3. All materials, equipment, wiring, and connections must meet the City of Los Angeles Codes and other Federal
         regulations that have legal jurisdiction (i.e., FCC, Plumbing Code, U.L., National Electric Code, and L.A. Electrical
         Test Laboratory).

      4. Unless otherwise instructed, Los Angeles Convention Center installation personnel are authorized to cut booth floor
         coverings and walls when required for installation of service.

      5. A labor charge may be assessed for relocating service after initial installation has been completed.

      6. Request for utility service: full payment (check money order, or credit card authorization) must accompany the
         service order form and must be returned to the Los Angeles Convention Center not less than twenty (20) days prior
         to the first scheduled show day for the discount to be applied.

      7. Exhibit electrical equipment must conform to City of Los Angeles code requirements.

           Examples:

           A.         All wiring or flexible cords shall be 3-wire, “hard usage approved,” #14 gauge, grounded type, unless the
                      cord is a component part of an assembly which is approved by a nationally recognized testing laboratory or
                      the City of Los Angeles.
           B.         Only porcelain socket lamps or plastic lamp holders may be used. Brass-shelled socket lamps are
                      prohibited.
           C.         Exhibit spot or floor lights must be positioned so as to be “unreachable” by the public, free from and
                      unattached by any material or fabric.

      8. Exhibits which contain ‘built-in” electrical service will be inspected for compliance with permit, code, and safety
         requirements. Unauthorized or non-approved electrical installations will be dismantled and reinstalled by the
         Convention Center on a time-and-material basis or the service will be disconnected.

      9. All electrical equipment exposed to water/liquids must have ground-fault circuit interrupters.
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                                               EXHIBIT UTILITY SERVICES INFORMATION

      10. All equipment must display complete information on current, voltage, phase, cycle, horsepower, etc. If no information
          is available, electrical charges shall be computed at 70% of the main breaker or main fuse size.

      11. Los Angeles Convention Center is not responsible for voltage fluctuations or power failures.

      12. Neon signs or displays and high voltage lights must be covered with glass or plastic; or the lowest portion of the sign
          must be eight (8) feet above the floor. All electrical wiring must meet the City of Los Angeles Electrical Code, and the
          wiring must be placed so it cannot be touched by anyone entering the exhibit.

      13. For additional information, refer to the back of the Electrical Service form found in the Service Order Forms section
          (G) of this manual.

PLUMBING
    1. All chemicals whether hazardous/toxic or not must be registered by filing a MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) with
         the Los Angeles Building Superintendent before it will be allowed to enter the Los Angeles Convention Center
         facilities.

      2.    Permanent building utility outlets, including restroom plumbing fixtures, are NOT to be used for booth operations or
            disposal purposes.

      3.    Los Angeles Convention Center recommends use of filters for control-type or sensitive equipment.

      4.    Los Angeles Convention Center is not responsible for pressure fluctuation. Pressure may vary slightly for air and
            water.

      5.    The use or display of compressed gases and liquefied flammable gases is prohibited unless a permit is obtained
            from the Los Angeles Fire Department.

      6.    Concourse Hall, Petree & All Meeting Rooms– no plumbing service available.

      7.    For additional information, refer to the back of the Plumbing Service Form found in the Service order Forms section
            of this manual.


TELECOMMUNICATIONS
     1. Type of Service:
        A. Single Line – Basic service includes one touch-tone line installed in location designated on booth diagram.
            Unlimited local calls within calling zone are included. Telephone sets provided by the Los Angeles Convention
            Center are single line, desktop touch-tone phone (you keep at the end of the show) at $ 30.00 each.

           B. Multi-Line Telephone Requirements – A multi-button, touch-tone telephone set provides more than one line
              service. Additional sets may be obtained for a complete “office” type configuration to permit simultaneous
              handling of incoming and outgoing calls. (Instrument deposit: $350.00 to $600.00)

           C. Long Distance Services/Toll Call – Access is provided to all telephone services. Deposit will be required. All
              long distance calls are subject to applicable local, State, and Federal taxes.
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2. Telephones are issued at the Los Angeles Convention Center Customer Services desk. Telephone sets supplied by
   exhibitors must be touch-tone and meet FCC regulations.

3. Deposit for telephone equipment must be paid prior to issuance of telephone. Deposits may be included with Long
   Distance Deposit Requirement or paid upon arrival at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

4. The exhibitor will be responsible for telephone equipment while in his possession. Equipment not returned or
   equipment damaged while in the possession of the exhibitor will result in forfeiture of deposit.

5. For additional information, refer to the back of the Telecommunication Service Form found in the Utilities:
   Phone/Electrical Forms Section, IV, of this manual.
             October 3-5, 2008, Los Angeles Convention Center




Los Angeles Convention Center Rules and Regulations governing the construction of
                covered structures within LACC meeting rooms

 1.   The total aggregate amount of covered area in any LACC meeting room shall NOT exceed the lesser of the following two
      parameters: 70% of the total area of the LACC meeting room, or 750 square feet.

 2.   All existing sprinkler heads are to be unobstructed. Ceilings and other display components are not allowed to be within 36 inches
      of any sprinkler head.

 3.   Covered areas exceeding 16 square feet shall be outfitted with audible smoke detectors. The number and location of smoke
      detectors will be determined when the room plans are reviewed by the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD).

 4.   Fire extinguishers shall be located in areas of the meeting room where they will be visible and accessible. The number and
      location will be determined when the room plans are reviewed by LAFD.

 5.   There shall be an assigned show security person in each room, “at ALL times” during non-show hours acting in the capacity of a
      “Fire Watch”. This person shall have telephone communications to building security. The cost for this person and the phone line
      shall be paid for by the exhibitor.

 6.   There shall be one LAFD Fire Inspector hired during non-show hours to patrol all areas where there are covered areas within
      LACC meeting rooms. The cost for this person shall be paid for by the exhibitor.

 7.   The installation of temporary fire sprinkler systems in LACC meeting rooms is not allowed.

 8.   Exhibitors shall submit plans to LAFD for any covered area within a LACC meeting room. These plans shall have accurate
      measurements for both the existing LACC meeting room, as well as planned temporary room(s), exhibits, and structures. The
      plans shall clearly show how much of the space is covered, and the respective square footage thereof.

 9.   Electrical service available in the meeting rooms has been e-mailed to each occupant. There is a “slight possibility” that additional
      power can be installed into some of the meeting rooms. Exhibitors are urged to review their power requirements. Approval for
      additional power is based on power availability, satisfactory conditions regarding a safe installation, Fire Dept. regulations, security
      concerns and a timely request. Requests for additional power must be made by September 12, 2008 to Dave Caldwell, Electrical
      Services, at (213)741-1151, ext. 5613 or e-mail at dcaldwell@lacclink.com.

      I have read and agree to abide by the above stated rules and regulations




      Signature                        Name                                   Title                          Date




      Company Name                                                            Meeting Room#(s)



                                      *** Please fax this document to Show Management (703) 383-0983***
                     Los Angeles Convention Center
      Information Regarding Foggers & Lasers
Exhibitors planning to use hazer/fog machines or lasers must obtain approval from the
Fire Inspector to use said equipment. Requests must be in writing and must include the
numbered information listed below each heading. Also listed below are rules and
procedures for using the respective equipment at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Hazer/Fog Machines
   1. A written scope of the project detailing the desired effect, the level of effect
      (heavy, moderate, light), and the proposed dates, times, and duration of each
      period of operation (performance).
   2. Drawings showing placement of machines and the areas targeted for effect.
   3. Quantity of machines and type (model) of machines.
   4. Name of fogging agent (liquid/chemical/gas) and description of the container the
      agent comes in (1-gallon bottle of Roscoe DF-50, 100lb canister of liquid
      Nitrogen, etc.)
   5. A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for the fogging agent and/or any other
      liquid or gas to be used.
LAFD requires that a test be performed to assure the level of fog created will not affect
the building’s fire/smoke detection system. Arrangements must be made at least 48
hours in advance to schedule a test. Projects found to affect the fire/smoke detection
system “may” be approved depending on circumstances, overall affect on the system,
and the exhibitor’s ability to meet conditions outlined by the Fire Inspector. Projects
affecting the system that are approved will be subject to LACC labor charges to work on
or adjust the fire/smoke detection system, and related charges for hiring a Fire
Inspector to monitor the project.
Foggers/hazers must use fogging agents that are non-toxic and present no harmful
effects. Fogging agents and the respective use thereof shall be such that no oily residue
is deposited on carpet or other walking surfaces that could potentially cause slip & fall
hazards, or be deposited on any of the surfaces of the building.
If pressurized containers/vessels are approved for use, containers must be protected
from physical damage and secured from falling or overturning. The quantity of
containers allowed in the exhibit hall or meeting room shall be determined by the Fire
Inspector (generally no more than one days use). Additional containers must be stored
outside of the facility in a designated area. Exhibitors must make arrangements with the
Freight contractor for storage and delivery of containers. Deliveries must be made
during NON-show hours.
Exhibitors and production staff are responsible for operating foggers/hazers; in
accordance with all Federal, State, and local laws & codes, within manufactures
specifications, within the parameters of the fire Inspector’s approval and within the
requirements set forth in this document.
Lasers
   1. A written scope of the project describing the desired effect, level of effect,
      dates/times and duration of each period of operation (performance), drawings
      indicating the placement (location) of lasers, mirrors and the entire path and
      target area of the beams.
   2. Quantity of machines and type (model) of machines.
   3. Electrical service required for each machine (volts, amps, and phase).
   4. Method of cooling (self cooling, water cooled, Nitrogen cooled, etc.)
   5. Name of any liquid/chemical/gas proposed for use, description of the container it
      comes in, and the respective Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
   6. Name of company and person(s) certified to operate the laser(s), as well as a
      copy of their FDA laser operation certificate.
LAFD requires that a demonstration be conducted to evaluate the laser production prior
to the opening of the show. Arrangements must be made at least 48 hours in advance
to schedule a demo.
Lasers, mirrors and other related equipment must be placed in approved locations and
targeted in such a manner that prevents the laser beams from coming in contact with
any personnel. Lasers are prohibited from targeting any area in which persons may be
present such as LACC catwalks, meeting rooms, elevated platforms, etc.
Lasers requiring large volumes of water for cooling may be required to use a
recirculation system to conserve water.
If pressurized containers/vessels are approved for use, containers must be protected
from physical damage and secured from falling or overturning. The quantity of
containers allowed in the exhibit hall or meeting room shall be determined by the Fire
Inspector (generally no more than one days use). Additional containers must be stored
outside of the facility in a designated area. Exhibitors must make arrangements with the
Freight contractor for storage and delivery of containers. Deliveries must be made
during NON-show hours.
Exhibitors and production staff are responsible for operating lasers; in accordance with
all Federal, State, and local laws & codes, within manufactures specifications, within the
parameters of the fire Inspector’s approval and within the requirements set forth in this
document.
For questions and/or more information please contact:


Tom Fields                                          Michael Riley
Building Superintendent                             Fire Inspector
Show Operations                                     Public Assembly
Los Angeles Convention Center                       Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 S. Figueroa St.                                1201 S. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015                               Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 741-1151 Ext. 5609                            (213) 741-1151 Ext. 5370
Fax: (213) 765-4267                                 Fax: (213) 765-4266
Email: Tfields@lacclink.com                         Email: Mriley@lacclink.com
               October 3-5, 2008, Los Angeles Convention Center




                                       Fire Department Requirements
                                                                  For Exhibits
The following are the Los Angeles City Fire Department's minimum requirements for shows and exhibits in the Los Angeles
Convention Center. No variance or alternate method of compliance shall be permitted from these requirements unless a written
request is submitted and approved in writing by the Fire Inspector. All requests for Fire Permits/Variances must be submitted 20
days prior to the event.

I. Plans
Exhibits containing enclosed rooms, no multi-level structures, dynamic or moving elements, display materials that may affect the
manner in which persons can exit from inside the booth, or exhibits that are 400 square feet or larger are required to send in two
(2) sets of the following types of plans/drawings: Plan view, elevation views, perspective views (isometric), drawings detailing
paths of egress from the booth, covered area plan, and structural drawings as required in the Los Angeles Convention Center -
Exhibit Structure & Building Permit Information. See “Los Angeles Convention Center – Information Regarding Covered Areas”
and “Los Angeles Convention Center - Exhibit Structure & Building Permit Information” for more details.

Department of Building and Safety Permit Requirements
All electrical equipment used or exhibited must be approved by Underwriter’s Laboratories or by the Department of Building and
Safety Electrical Test Lab.

All natural gas appliances shall be of an approved type (i.e., A.G.A., U.L., or Gas Mechanical Lab), and shall be installed
according to Los Angeles Building Department Plumbing Code.

Outdoor tents or cloth structures for temporary use that exceed 450 square feet require approval from the Fire Department and a
Building Permit form the Department of Building & Safety. Please send plans/drawings to Fire Inspector.

Fire Department Special Permits are Required in Order to:
• Display and operate any heater, barbecue, heat producing device, open flame device, candles, lamps, lanterns, torches, or
     other form of ignition.

•   Display or operate any electrical, mechanical, or chemical device that is deemed hazardous by the Fire Department.

•   Use or store flammable liquids, compressed gases, or other hazardous materials. When approved, the quantities shall not
    exceed 10 gallons used only for maintenance purposes and the operation of equipment when stored in approved containers
    and at approved locations. Storage in excess of 10 gallons that is used for maintenance purposes and operations of
    equipment shall be inside approved hazardous materials cabinets. LIQUEFIED FLAMMABLE GAS is PROHIBITED inside
    any building.

•   Display a motor vehicle or internal combustion engine.

•   Operate any videotaping, television broadcasting, still photographic, or motion picture photographic equipment of
    commercial of professional purposes.

Additional Requirements
• Exit aisles and exit doorways, as designated on approved show plans, shall be kept clear and unobstructed. Chairs, tables,
   easels, signs, display items, exhibit structures, etc. shall not extend beyond the booth area into exit aisles.

•   No exit door shall be locked, bolted, or otherwise fastened or obstructed at any time an exhibit building is open for business.

•   There shall be no obstruction blocking exit ways from the building to a public way, such as automobiles parked in front of
    doorways, barricades placed across sidewalks, or any similar obstruction.
                October 3-5, 2008, Los Angeles Convention Center




•   A clear access aisle of at least three feet shall be provided to all fire protection appliances, fire alarm boxes, and sprinkler
    valves.

•   Exit ways shall not be obstructed by drapes or similar obstruction, unless such obstructions are on sliding rings and the
    color contrasts with the adjacent drapes, walls, or booths.

•   Exit signs shall be clearly visible at all times. Drapes, signs, or other similar obstruction shall not cover them.

Booths
Covered booths having a cover at least 100 square feet, but NOT exceeding 750 square feet, shall be protected within by a
smoke detector, which sounds a local alarm.

Covered booths within West Hall AB or South Hall G-K and Kentia Hall exceeding 750 square feet shall be protected within by a
LAFD-approved automatic fire sprinkler system. These systems must be installed under permit from the Department of Building
and Safety and the Fire Department. All portions of the sprinkler system, including the “sprinkler riser” which supplies the water
service to the booth, must be installed within the borders of the respective booth space. No portion of the sprinkler system, or
any structures or barricades that protects said system, are allowed in any portion of an aisle. Sprinkler systems cannot be
installed in any other areas of the building. See “Los Angeles Convention Center – Information Regarding Covered Areas” for
more details.

Vehicles/boats on display that are FOR SALE as part of the particular type of show may not require sprinkler systems. Contact
LAFD for permit and approval.

The total amount of covered area allowed in any separate space such as an exhibit hall, meeting room, or public space is 10%
(1/10) of the total usable space. See “Los Angeles Convention Center – Information Regarding Covered Areas” for more details.

Exhibitor booths are prohibited in corridors or lobbies.

Booths that exceed 750 square feet of space with enclosed perimeter walls will require at least two separate exits. Additional
exits may be required on a case-by-case basis. Capacity will be computed at 15 square feet per person.

Registration Pre-Function Areas
Booth areas/exhibits are prohibited in all public areas except those authorized by LACC management and with Fire Department
permit. Pre-function areas will be utilized for social interaction and pre-registration of attendees prior to attending or entering
exhibits and meeting functions. All required exit width through pre-function spaces will be maintained without obstruction.

Combustible Decorations
All decorations, including, but not limited to drapes, table cloths that hang six (6) inches below the edge of the table, signs,
banners, acoustical materials, cotton, hay, paper, straw, moss, split bamboo, wood chips, wood less than 1/4 inch in thickness
(or fiberboard less than 3/8 inch in thickness), foam core, etc., shall be flame retardant treated. Glass or otherwise inherently fire
retardant cloth may be used without being flame retardant treated. Exhibitors shall present a California State Fire Marshal
certificate of flame-retardant treatment or a sample of material for a field test upon request of the Fire Inspector. Material failing
the field flame test must be treated by a California State Fire Marshall Certified Flame Retardant Application contractor, or the
material must be removed from the building(s).

Field flame test: A strip of material shall have a flame applied for approximately twelve (12) seconds. The flame shall then be
removed. The material should self extinguish within two (2) seconds and/or not drip in flames.

Oilcloth, tar paper, sisal paper, nylon, orlon, and certain other plastic materials, cannot be made flame retardant. Their use is
prohibited.
               October 3-5, 2008, Los Angeles Convention Center




Combustibles
Literature on display shall be limited to reasonable quantities. Reserve supplies shall be kept in closed containers and stored in a
neat and compact manner.

Rubbish, trash, and waste shall be removed from buildings daily. Combustible waste materials, empty cardboard boxes, etc.,
shall be deposited in metal containers with metal lids until removed from the building. Metal cans with tight fitting lids shall be
provided for metal cuttings. Cuttings shall be separated from ordinary combustibles.

Projection Equipment
Projection equipment using electric arc or Xenon bulbs for illumination shall be installed under written permit from the Los
Angeles Fire Department with the approval of the Department of Building and Safety.

General Exhibit Hall Fire Regulations
• The show or exhibit will not be permitted to be open to the public, until all identified hazards have been alleviated.

•   Special restrictions may be required to monitor and control hazardous conditions and operations not specifically covered by
    the above.

•   Additional fire protection equipment may be required. It shall be accessible, visible, and ready for immediate use.

•   LACC is a non-smoking building. Smoking is prohibited in all areas.

•   The use of welding or cutting equipment for “demonstration” requires a written permit from the Fire Department. The use of
    liquid flammable gas as a fuel source is prohibited.

•   Welding as related to exhibit construction, fabrication, repair, etc. is not allowed anywhere inside the exhibit halls or other
    interior spaces. Any such work requiring welding must be done outside the facility in a location determined and approved by
    the Fire Inspector. Licensed Fire Sprinkler contractors are allowed to use approved torches to solder copper pipe
    connections of automatic fire sprinkler systems inside the halls.

•   The demonstration or use of equipment using flammable liquid fuel in buildings is prohibited.

•   Combustible liquids shall be used only under permit from the Fire Department. They shall be stored or dispensed from an
    U.L. - approved safety can.

•   All exits, hallways, and aisles leading from the building or tents are to be kept clear and unobstructed at all times.

•   No exit door shall be locked, bolted, or otherwise fastened or blocked at any time an exhibit building is open for business.

•   Liquefied flammable gases are prohibited inside buildings.

•   Rubbish, trash, and waste shall be removed from buildings at the end of each working day. Metal cans shall be provided for
    metal cuttings, and cuttings shall be kept separate from ordinary combustibles.

•   All electrical wiring shall be installed as per Los Angeles Building Dept. Electrical Code.

•   Provide and maintain approved fire extinguishing equipment in all special areas as designated by the Fire Department.

•   All sprinklers, standpipe hose cabinets, and fire alarm pull boxes shall be kept clear and unobstructed at all times.

•   Cylinders of compressed gas, both combustible and non-combustible, shall be installed only by permit from the Fire
    Department, and shall be half-charged and firmly secured in an upright position.
                October 3-5, 2008, Los Angeles Convention Center




•   Exit signs shall be clearly visible.

•   Flammable liquids shall be used only outside under permit from the Fire Department. It shall be stored or dispensed from
    an U.L. - approved safety can with a maximum of one-day usage or one gallon, whichever is less, per booth.

•   All appropriate local, state and federal guidelines shall be followed to appropriately dispose of all hazardous waste
    materials.

•   Where combustible material cannot be removed from the area of operations, another person, competent in the use of fire
    extinguishing equipment, shall be assigned the duty of preventing or extinguishing any accidental fire that may occur during
    such operations.

For additional information, please call: Fire Prevention Bureau, Central Public Assembly
(213) 485-6050 and/or LACC Fire Inspector at (213) 741-1151 ext 5370.
                 Information Regarding Covered Areas
                                Revised September 2004


Booths and displays containing structures, canopies, lighting truss, or suspended
items that are covered with fabric or solid materials exceeding an accumulated
total of 750 sqft may require the installation of an Automatic Fire Sprinkler
System (AFSS). The following information will assist you in determining whether
or not you require an AFSS, and ways to design around it.

Defining “Covered”
The term “covered” is defined as any item consisting of covered elements in
which the material used for creating the covering has cross sectional openings of
less than ¼ inch in two dimensions, and/or a construction that results in less than
50% of the material being open.

Materials/components that are considered covered include; standard scrim,
sharks-tooth, smoke-out, deck structures, stairs, acoustic ceilings, etc. These
common components are considered covered because the cross sectional
opening of the material is less than ¼ inch.



                      ¼”


                                 ¼

                                           The unobstructed openings in the material
                                           must be at least ¼ inch in two directions.




                             ½ inch Hole     This is an example of steel plating with ½ inch
                                             holes. Even though the openings are greater than
                                             ¼ inch, this material is considered “covered” due
                                             to the majority of the material being covered (less
                                             than 50% is open).



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Defining “Covered Area”
A “Covered Area” is defined as any area containing covered elements that are
separated (horizontally) by less than 10 feet. A 50’ x 50’ booth space that has
several covered structures throughout the booth that are all closer than 10 feet
(horizontally) would be considered one (1) covered area. However, a 50’ x 50’
booth space that has four (4) 100 sqft covered structures that are all separated
by 10 feet or more would have four separate covered areas within the one booth
space.




      One (1) Covered Area                            Four (4) Covered Areas
   Covered structures with less than                Covered structures with 10 feet or
        10 feet of separation.                              more separation.




Allowable Coverage
The maximum amount of covering allowed in any one “area” is 750 sqft. Any
area (as described above) that contains covered elements exceeding 750 sqft
must be protected with an approved Automatic Fire Sprinkler System (AFSS). No
other type of protection is allowed for areas exceeding 750 sqft. AFSS’s must be
installed by a California licensed Fire Sprinkler Contractor. In addition to the
installation of an AFSS, the strategic placement of fire extinguishers and smoke
detectors are required as well. Placement will be determined by the Fire
Inspector after reviewing design plans. Areas that have overlapping covered
elements are not considered when calculating the amount of square footage in a
covered area. Calculations are based on a “plan-view perspective” only.




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                                                       The amount of covered area in this
                                10’x20’                example is 500 sqft based upon a “Plan-
                                                       View Perspective”. Although the two
                                                       elements total 600 sqft, the overlapping
                   20’x20’                             portion is not considered in the covered
                                                       area calculations.




  Design
  The key to avoiding an AFSS in large exhibits is to design the booth in such a
  manner to create multiple “covered areas” by maintaining at least 10 feet of
  uncovered separation between covered elements of the booth. In a large booth,
  having four covered structures of 750 sqft is permissible without the need to
  install an AFSS as long as the covered areas are separated (on all sides) by at
  least 10 feet.

  Creating one covered area that is 1,000 sqft and three others that are 750 sqft or
  less would result in the need to install an AFSS in the 1,000 sqft area only (the
  other three would not require one).


                                                                                            3-foot wide canopy
    600
    sqft
    Area-1
                 12 feet


                                    1500
                                    sqft
                                                                  600                               600
                                                                  sqft                              sqft
                                    Area-3



                                                                                15-feet
    600
    sqft
    Area-2




Area 3 requires an AFSS because it is over 750 sqft.       The addition of the canopy results in having one
However, areas 1 & 2 do not require AFSS’s because         large covered area. The two 600 sqft structures and
they are separated by at least 10 feet.                    the canopy must be protected by an AFSS.



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  400 sqft                                                400 sqft
                                 250 sqft                                                 250 sqft




                                                                  800 sqft scrim
                                                                mounted to overhead
                                                                   lighting truss



                                 400 sqft                                                  400 sqft




Three separate covered areas containing less           The addition of the lighting scrim results in the
than 750 sqft each. NO AFSS required.                  entire booth being classified as one covered
                                                       area (exceeding 750 sqft). ALL covered
                                                       elements must be protected by an AFSS.




  Other things to consider
       1. Neighboring booths must be considered when planning on covered
          elements within 10 feet of the neighboring exhibit. If the neighboring
          exhibit has a covered structure that is within 10 feet of your structure, then
          the aggregate total is used to determine the amount of “covered area”.

       2. The total amount of covered area that is allowed in any exhibit hall, or
          public space cannot exceed 10% of the size of the room as it is configured
          via the use of air walls. For example, Petree Hall is 21,500 sqft (when
          Halls C&D are combined). The maximum amount of ALL cover areas
          within Petree Hall added together cannot exceed 2,150 sqft (10%).
          Approvals to build covered areas are given based on the order in which
          requests containing “complete information” are received. Delaying the
          submittal of covered area plans may result in the denial to build said
          covered area.




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    3. Under certain circumstances LACC meeting rooms located on the second
       level of the Convention Center can be covered up to the lesser of the
       following two parameters: 70% of the total area of the meeting room, OR,
       750 sqft. A 24-hour Fire Watch must be established once the covered
       area has been constructed, until the time it is removed. Show Security
       personnel shall be used for fire watch duties. There must be a designated
       officer in the room at all times. A telephone must be installed within the
       respective meeting room for immediate use by the fire watch officer. In
       addition, an LAFD Fire Inspector must be hired to patrol all of the meeting
       room spaces and corridors that contain covered areas during the non-
       show hours of the event. Payment of Fire Inspector should be handled
       through Show Management.

    4. Sprinkler systems can only be installed in the South, West, and Kentia
       halls. Installing sprinkler systems in Concourse Hall, Petree Hall, all
       meeting rooms and public spaces is not allowed. Therefore, projects must
       be planned in these areas so that no covered area exceeds 750 sqft, and
       that the covered area is in compliance with the 10% (70% in LACC
       meeting rooms) requirement mentioned above.

    5. All fabrics and materials must be certified as “Flame Proof” or “Flame
       Retardant” by the California State Fire Marshall. Flame proof certificates
       must be kept in the booth for Fire Inspector review. Flame proofing
       certificates from other states (or countries) will not be accepted. Material
       believed to be acceptable but not having a California certificate can be
       sent to the LAFD Fire Inspector for testing. Test samples should be
       12”x12” in size and should be mailed with any other pertinent information
       to the Fire Inspector at the address listed below.

    6. Booths containing more than 400 sqft of covered elements are required to
       submit drawings to the Fire Inspector and the LACC Building
       Superintendent / Show Operations at the address listed below. Send two
       (2) plan view drawings of the booth indicating (by shading in) the
       areas/elements that are covered and the calculated square footage of
       each covered area. Also include the respective dimensions (in feet &
       inches) of the structures/elements and the separation between them. In
       addition send perspective/isometric drawings to better define the project.
       Drawings may also be e-mailed in a PDF or JPEG format. Plans must be
       submitted for ANY proposed covered area in LACC meeting rooms. Plans
       must show the entire meeting room and the square footage thereof, and
       the respective design and square footage of the proposed covered
       elements.




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    7. Non-combustible stages and platforms that do not exceed 5 feet in height
       “may” be exempt from the 750 sqft limitation provided that no combustible
       materials or sources of heat are placed under the stage/platform. Projects
       involving stages/platforms not exceeding 5 feet in height require a covered
       area drawing to be submitted as indicated above. The covered area plan
       should denote the height of the platform and use a different shading
       pattern to distinguish the platform from the other covered elements in the
       booth.

    8. LACC fire sprinkler systems shall not be impeded or obstructed. A
       clearance of 36 inches must be maintained from all LACC sprinkler heads.

    9. Battery operated smoke detectors must be installed as an early warning
       device in any covered area that exceeds 100 sqft.

    10. Stairs, ramps, vehicles and/or equipment are considered “covered” and
        therefore must be included in the covered area calculations.

    11. For information on licensed Fire Sprinkler Contractors that have worked in
        the facility, contact the Building Superintendent / Show Operations.




For further information, clarification or discussion, please contact:


Tom Fields                                        Michael Riley
Building Superintendent                           Fire Inspector
Show Operations                                   Public Assembly
Los Angeles Convention Center                     Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 S. Figueroa St.                              1201 S. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015                             Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 741-1151 Ext. 5609                          (213) 741-1151 Ext. 5370
Fax: (213) 765-4267                               Fax: (213) 765-4266
Email: Tfields@lacclink.com                       Email: Mriley@lacclink.com




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                            Los Angeles Convention Center
 Exhibit Structure and Building Permit Information

Please refer to the following criteria for designing and building temporary exhibit structures at
the Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC).


General Requirements:
All structures and related sub-assemblies must be designed, assembled, and configured so that
the entire exhibit project, and all related components, are “structurally sound” and “seismically
stable”. Furthermore, all said structures must be designed and built as per all applicable
national, state, and local building and fire codes, regulations, and policies. In the Uniform
Building Code (UBC), Los Angeles is listed in seismic zone #4.

Inspections:
Exhibitors are responsible for assuring that their exhibits are designed and built in accordance
with the general requirements mentioned above. With this in mind, exhibits may, or may not,
be inspected depending on a number of variables. When inspections are performed, they are
usually brief focusing only on “general” structural integrity and stability.

Structures Requiring Permits:
Structures that meet the following criteria require an on site structural/seismic inspection by the
Department of Building and Safety, and the issuance of a building permit.                      The
inspection/permitting fee for Category I or II exhibits is $135.00 payable to the Los Angeles
Convention Center. For questions regarding payment, please contact the LACC Customer
Service Department at (213) 741-1151 ext. 5470.

Exhibit Structure Categories:
When exhibit structures meet certain criteria, additional information must be sent to the Los
Angeles Convention Center Building Superintendent / Show Operations, to determine if the
design meets minimum building standards. For this purpose, exhibit structures are separated
into two (2) categories as shown below.

Category I
   Standard structures that exceed 12 feet in height.
   Stairs/steps over 30 inches tall, but not exceeding 48 inches tall.


Category II
   2-story structures.
   Platforms and stages exceeding 30 inches in height above the floor intended to carry live
   loads, or stairs/steps exceeding 48 inches in height above the floor intended to carry live
   loads.
   Expansive 1-story structures that contain, overhead beams, signage, truss, cantilevers, etc.
   of considerable weight and/or span.
   Video Wall structures.
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For Category I structures, sending structural information is optional. Exhibitors that would like
to have their plans reviewed can fax or E-mail drawings and related specifications to the LACC
Building Superintendent / Show Operations at the number/address provided at the end of this
document. If sending e-mail, please send renderings and/or drawings in a PDF or JPEG Image
format. Do NOT send drawings electronically in DWG format.

For Category II structures, exhibitors must send two (2) sets of engineered drawings and
related specifications to LACC Building Superintendent / Show Operations at the address shown
below. The Superintendent will forward one (1) set to the Fire Inspector for his review.
Drawings must be in a scale that is “clear and legible” and state all relative dimensions
addressed below in inches and feet (do not send metric). 11-inch by 17-inch drawings are
preferable “IF” information is clearly ascertainable. Further, drawings must be “recently”
reviewed, approved, and stamped by a licensed Structural or Civil Engineer registered in the
United States. Drawings must have the engineer’s original “wet stamp”, signature and current
date of license expiration. Old drawings and/or copies not containing an original “wet stamp”
are not acceptable and will not be approved. Drawings must be current and must refer to the
specific Event (Show) for which they are being submitted. Furthermore, drawings must be
accurate as to the design and configuration of the respective display(s). Please include
Perspective / Isometric drawings as well to better define the project. Sending “Preliminary”
renderings or drawings via e-mail is acceptable provided they are sent in a PDF or JPEG Image
format, however; final Engineer approved wet-stamped drawings must be mailed or delivered.

In addition to standard engineering details, Category II drawings must contain the following
information.

1.     Live load rating of the stage, platform, or 2nd story deck.          The code requires a
       minimum rating of 125 lbs. per sq. ft.

2.     Stair detail showing the rise and tread depth of each stairway. The code requires the
       maximum rise (measurement from the top of one step to the top of the next step) to
       be 7 inches. The code requires the minimum tread depth (measurement of tread from
       front to back, or heel to toe), to be 11 inches along any portion of the step(s). Spiral
       stairways are not allowed at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

3.     Width of stairways. Minimum width (clearance) for stairways is 36 inches. Handrails
       that protrude into the stairway must be considered when determining clearance. The
       clearance must be measured from the edge of the handrail to the opposing
       handrail/guardrail.

4.     Guard railing detail showing height of railing and the internal make up (construction) of
       the railing. The code requires the guard railing to be a minimum 42 inches high on
       platforms, decks, stairways, and stair landings. The internal construction and make up
       of the guard railing must be such that a 4” sphere can not pass through any portion of
       the guard railing, and engineered to withstand the force of person(s) falling into said
       railing, thereby protecting them from falling through.

5.     Detail showing the placement and height of the handrails. The code requires all stairs
       taller than 30 inches to have a handrail installed at a height of 34 to 38 inches above the
       step(s).




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Other Items
Towers and Narrow Walls: For proper seismic stability, the height to base ratio in each
direction (width and depth) should be a maximum of 3 to 1 respectively. If a wall or tower is
15 feet high, the base dimensions should be at least 5 feet wide and 5 feet deep. Towers or
walls designed to have a greater ratio than 3 to 1 can be seismically secured by installing
seismic support cables from the top of the structure to rigging points in the ceiling (where
available), or by possibly adding weight to the base.

Covered Structures: Exhibits containing structures that are covered with fabric or solid
materials exceeding an accumulated total of 750 sqft may require the installation of an
automatic fire sprinkler system. The allowable amount of covered area in LACC meeting rooms
may be substantially less than 750 sqft. Please refer to the “LACC Information Regarding
Covered Areas” guide for more information.

Door Handles: All door handles must be a lever type handle to accommodate those with
disabilities. The old cylindrical type of handle (door knob) is no longer approved.

Maximum Occupancy – Exhibit Floor Level: Rooms and/or spaces created within an
exhibit that have only one exit path from the room or space are limited to a maximum
occupancy of 49 persons. All spaces designed for occupancy greater than 49 persons must have
at least two (2) exits located at opposite ends of the room/space.

Maximum Occupancy - Elevated Decks: Two story structures that have only one (1)
stairway accessing the 2nd level are limited to a maximum occupancy of nine (9) persons. To
achieve a greater occupancy than nine (9) persons, two (2) “separate” stairways that access
the 2nd level from two opposing sides must be provided. The concept here is to create another
form of exiting from the 2nd level in the event one exit becomes blocked.

Corridors: The maximum length for any corridor or series of corridors allowing only one way in
and out (dead-end) is 20 feet. To further clarify, the distance a person must travel from the end
of a corridor or narrow pathway (dead-end) to an open space containing an exit cannot exceed
20 feet. Corridors longer than 20 feet must be open on both ends allowing exiting from both
ends. Conference rooms or exhibit spaces that extend beyond a 20 foot corridor may require a
2nd exit within the room/space. Exhibitors planning the use of corridors are urged to send
renderings and drawing of their proposed plan while in the concept design phase to assure that
said design will be approved.

Exit Plan: Exhibits that are 400 sqft or larger must submit an “exit plan” for the Fire
Inspector’s review and approval. Drawings shall be represented in “plan view” and shall contain
arrows that denote all of the paths in & out of the booth space or LACC meeting room space.
The exit plan shall also show the respective dimensions (clearances) of doors, corridors, and
other pathway structures that limit the exit path. Dimensions must be in feet and inches.

Recessed Exit Doors: Exit doors must swing open in the direction of traffic exiting the exhibit.
Exit doors shall remain unlocked during all show hours, and during all times in which people are
in the respective booth. Exit doors cannot swing open (protrude) into any egress aisle
designated by the Fire Department. Exit doors that must lead to the egress aisles must be
recessed so that exiting into the aisle is accomplished while preventing the door from physically
swinging into the fire aisle.

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Stair and Turntable Delineation: The front edge of the first and last step in a series of stairs
must be delineated with a contrasting color to indicate the beginning and end of each
respective stairway. Where landings are used, the stairway on each side of the landing (above
& below) must be delineated. Regarding turntables or other approved moving floor structures,
the entire surface of any moving turntable must be in contrast to the finish of the surrounding
(stationary) floor to clearly delineate the moving element. Delineation may be done by means of
color, texture, material, etc. as long as an acceptable contrast and delineation is accomplished.

Fire Alarm & Suppression Devices: Exhibitors with booth spaces containing any fire related
alarm or suppression device(s) such as; pull alarms, fire bells, fire hose cabinets or reels, fire
extinguishers, sprinkler heads, fire sprinkler shut-off valves, etc. must design their exhibit in
such a manner that does not impede or limit the operation of said devices, and/or limit access
to said devices. Further, all signage associated with said devices and/or any of the building’s
permanent EXIT signs must be visible to the public from various vantage points as intended.
Exhibitors can seek approval, via written request, to cover existing signs with temporary
supplemental signage that accomplish the intended purpose of the original sign(s). Requests
must include renderings/drawings and related details of the proposed project. Exhibitors are
responsible for creating and installing all approved temporary supplemental signage.

Plan Review, Approvals, and Field Inspection: Exhibit plan/design approvals are tentative
and are merely an acknowledgement that information sent in by the exhibitor was reviewed,
and no issues were found at the time of review. Approvals are based on the information
supplied by the exhibitor and are subject to on-site inspection. LACC and LAFD are not
responsible for items missed in the review process. Exhibitors are responsible for designing and
building exhibit structures that comply with all exhibit related policies, regulations, and codes
including all of the requirements listed within this document. If during site inspection it is
determined that the exhibit violates a building or fire code, thereby requiring correction, the
exhibitor shall be solely responsible for making the respective corrections.

Show Management Rules & Regulations: Exhibitors must always check with Show
Management for specific Show rules, regulations, and levels of review and approvals for each
respective event. Conditions that may be allowed at one show, may not be allowed in another.


For further information, clarification or discussion, please contact:



Thomas Fields                                        Adriana Valles
Building Superintendent                              Show Operations Assistant
Show Operations                                      Los Angeles Convention Center
Los Angeles Convention Center                        1201 S. Figueroa Street
1201 S. Figueroa Street                              Los Angeles, Calif. 90015
Los Angeles, Calif. 90015                            (213) 741-1151 ext.5609
(213) 741-1151 ext.5609                              Fax: (213) 765-4267
Fax: (213) 765-4267                                  E-mail: avalles@lacclink.com
E-mail: tfields@lacclink.com




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                                                                                                                      EXHIBITOR SERVICES DIVISION
                                                 EXHIBIT STRUCTURE                                                    1201 SOUTH FIGUEROA STREET
                                                                                                                      LOS ANGELES, CA 90015
                                            BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION                                               (213) 741-1151, EXT. 5470
                                                                                                                      FAX: (213) 765-4444
                                                                                                                      TDD: (213) 763-5080
                                                                                                                      E-mail: exhibitorservices@lacclink.com
NAME OF EVENT                                                     EVENT DATES                                                   BOOTH NUMBER

EXHIBITING FIRM/COMPANY                                                                                      ON SITE SHOW CONTACT (PLEASE PRINT)

ADDRESS                                                           CITY                                                STATE        ZIP

TELEPHONE                                               FAX                                                  E-MAIL


PAYMENT & CREDIT CARD CHARGE AUTHORIZATION FORM NO. CCA MUST ACCOMPANY THIS ORDER.                                                                    PAYMENT
                                      IN U.S. DOLLARS.
□ AMERICAN EXPRESS              □ COMPANY CHECK               □ CERTIFIED CHECK               □ DINERS CLUB           □ MASTER CARD           □ VISA
                                   MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO: LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER
EXHIBIT STRUCTURE PERMIT INFORMATION

All structures and related sub-assemblies must be designed, assembled, and configured so that the entire exhibit project,
and all related components, are "structurally sound" and "seismically stable". Furthermore, all said structures must be
designed and built as per all applicable national, state, and local building and fire codes. In the Uniform Building Code (UBC),
Los Angeles is listed in seismic zone #4.

Structures that meet the following criteria require an on site structural/seismic inspection and approval by the Department
of Building and Safety, followed by the issuance of a building permit. If your exhibit contains structures that fall into either
category listed below, please complete this form and send it with payment to the Los Angeles Convention Center Exhibitor
Services Division. Approved building permits are required for "each" booth containing category I or II structures.

Exhibits are classified in two (2) categories.
Category I                                                               Category II

            Standard structures that exceed 12 feet in height.                                 Platforms and stages exceeding 30 inches in height above the floor
                                                                                               intended to carry live loads, or stairs/steps exceeding 48 inches in
            Stairs/steps over 30 inches tall, but not exceeding                                in height above the floor intended to carry live loads.
            48 inches tall.
                                                                                               2 -story structures

                                                                                               Expansive 1-story structures containing: overhead beams; signage;
                                                                                               truss; cantilevers; etc., of considerable weight and/or span.


Additional Information
When exhibit structures meet certain criteria, additional information mut be sent to the Los Angeles Convention Center Building Superintendent-Show
Operations, to determine if the design meets minimum building standards. Please be sure to read the "Los Angeles Convention Center Exhibit
Structure and Building Permit Information" sheet for important and detailed information regarding your exhibit structures.


Building and Safety Permit                                                         @              $145.00       =
                                                                                                                              TOTAL AMOUNT DUE
                                                            FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
                                     Form of payment:
                                     Amount:     $                                 Date:

                                     Rec'd By:                                     ID#:

                                     Date Entered:                                 Initial:

In submitting this order, the parties requesting a building permit service acknowledge that they have read and understand the Information and Conditions stated
from and in the "Los Angeles Convention Center Exhibit Structure and Building Permit Information" sheet, and agree to accept the terms therein.

                                                                                                                                   NO. ESBPA
                                       PARKING RATES
                                           Effective July 1, 2006




       Automobile, Pick-Up                                $12 per vehicle per day
                                                          No in & out privileges

       Trucks and Motorcycles                             $12 per vehicle per day
                                                          No in & out privileges

       RV's and Motor Homes                               $24 per vehicle per day
                                                          No in & out privileges

   1
       Exhibitor Parking Pass                             $20 per vehicle per day
                                                          In & out privileges

       Buses                                              $36 per vehicle per day
                                                          No in & out privileges

   2
       Trucks and Trailers                                $70 per vehicle per day
                                                          No in & out privileges

       Overnight Parking                                  Contact Parking Supervisor at
                                                          (213) 741-1151, Extension 5850
                                                          $20.00 overnight rate per vehicle

   3
       Valet Parking                                      $7 per reserved stall
                                                          plus $12 per parked vehicle
                                                          No in & out privileges




   1
       Pass is purchased through LACC Customer Service Division, (213) 741-1151, Extension 5470
   2
       18 wheel vehicles
   3
       This is done through an outside parking company as contracted through Show Management




Please contact Customer Services Division at (213) 741-1151, Extension 5470 for further information.
                          FOOD AND BEVERAGE OUTLETS
                                       Effective January 1, 2004


                        is proud to be the Food and Beverage Service provider for the Los Angeles
Convention Center. Call us for all of your Food and Beverage needs at (213) 765-4512. Following is a
list of restaurant outlets:




                                          Compass Café
               The Compass Café is located in the South Hall of the Convention Center.
            We offer a variety of Sandwiches, Salads, Pizza, and a wide variety of smoothies
                                     along with Hot and Cold Entrees.
                      Specialty Menus can be designed to meet any event needs.

                                           Galaxy Café
            Our remodeled Galaxy Café is located in the West Hall of the Convention Center
                         and offers the most up-to-date restaurant concepts.
                                       The Sandwich Company
                                          Crisp, fresh salads
                                     Shanghai Express Asian Grill
                                         Cucina Rosso Pizza
                                             Gourmet Grill
                     Specialty Menus can be designed to meet any event needs.

                                        Trade Winds Café
                          The Trade Winds Café is located in our Kentia Hall.
             We offer a variety of Sandwiches and Salads along with Hot and Cold entrees .

                                        Starbucks Coffee
                     Starbucks is our preferred coffee for the Convention Center.
      We operate two Starbucks outlets that are conveniently located in the South and West Halls.
             Starbucks coffee is also served at all of our Banquet and Meeting functions.

                                         Gordon Biersch
                       We feature a variety of Micro Brewed Beers and a full bar

                                       Concession Stands
             Several concession stands are located in the South and West Exhibit Halls.
           Menus are seasonal and specially designed to meet event’s specific requirements.

                    Hours for outlets may vary depending on Convention Functions
               We offer a Coupon Program to exhibitors wishing to treat their clients
                                 to any of these dining options


                 Please contact Aramark at (213) 765-4512, for further information.
Welcome!



    Exhibitor
 Hospitality Menu



   Los Angeles Convention Center
       1201 S. Figueroa Street
       Los Angeles, CA 90015
         Phone 213.765-4512
           Fax 213.765-4552
                       The Los Angeles Convention Center
                         Food and Beverage Department


The Los Angeles Convention Center is thrilled to have you as an exhibitor at this up-coming event! It is our
hope that we will meet and exceed your expectations of your food services.

When making your plans for the show floor, please remember that we are the exclusive food and beverage
provider, therefore any sampling and give-away pertaining to Food & Beverage must have written
authorization from a Catering Sales Manager. Thank you!

Don’t forget the details! If you are having catering in a booth or on the show floor you are responsible for
providing:
             • Electrical for Water Cooler, Coffee Kit, Carts etc.
             • Tables for catering services. This includes all tables for service to be placed on and rounds
                for seating.
             • Scullery Area. Some services required a “behind the scenes” area for dishing, serving,
                clearing and storage.
             • A catering Sales Manager will discuss effective solutions (such as pipe and drape) which are
                available to you through your show decorator.


Please be advised all prices are based on a “drop-off / disposable ware” service.
Beverages
Hot
America’s Favorite Brewed Coffee!
Starbucks Regular and Decaf Coffee                         $42.00/gallon
Gourmet Hot Tea (includes 35 bags)                         $42.00/gallon

Coffee Kit (Makes 120 Cups)                               $250.00/kit
This “Make It Yourself” Coffee Kit contains a double burner coffee machine, Ten Coffee Packages, Ten Tea Bags, Ten
Instant Decaffeinated Coffee Packages. Appropriate Condiments Included. (Requires 115 Volt, 15 Amp Electrical)

Cold
Fresh Orange Juice                                         $45.00/gallon
Lemonade or Fruit Punch                                    $30.00/gallon
Assorted Bottled Juices                                    $3.25 each
Milk (1/2 Pint)                                            $2.00 each
Assorted Soft Drinks                                       $2.75 each
Lipton Iced Tea                                            $2.75 each
Bottled Water (16 oz)                                      $3.00 each
Sparkling Water                                            $3.25 each
Water cooler (per day)                                     $50.00
(Requires 110 volt, 20 amp Electrical)
Water Container (5 gallon container)                       $30.00 each



                                   Local Favorites
                          Freshly baked goods by the dozen
        Assorted Donuts …          $25.00                         Assorted Cookies …           $25.00

        Brownies …                 $30.00                         Black & White Blondies …     $32.00

        Lemon Bars …               $30.00                         Raspberry Bars …             $30.00


                                   Light Snacks by the Pound
        Assorted Potato Chips …                  $15.00           Pretzel Twists …             $15.00

        Tortilla Chips & Salsa …                 $25.00           Mixed Nuts …                 $20.00

        Hershey’s Mini Chocolate Bars …           $20.00          Hershey’s Kisses …           $15.00

                                   Jolly Ranchers Candies … $15.00
Breakfast
Morning Agenda
Our Most Popular Breakfast with all Your Favorites!
Scones, Bagels, Assorted Muffins, Seasonal Fresh Fruit
Seasonal Fresh Fruit, Assorted Juices and Specialty Coffee
$14.95 per person (minimum order of 6 persons)

Signature Sunrise
An Assortment of Fresh Baked Pastries, Bagels
Muffins and Specialty Coffee
$10.95 per person (minimum order of 6 persons)

All American Breakfast
Scrambled Eggs, Breakfast Potatoes, Bacon and Biscuits
Assorted Juices and Specialty coffee
$14.95 per person (minimum order of 6 persons)

Breakfast Sandwich
American cheese Omelet Topped with Cured Ham
On a Delicious Butter Croissant
Specialty Coffee
$11.50 per person (minimum order of 6 persons)


Breakfast a’la carte
Breakfast Pastries
Butter Croissants, Assorted Danish and Assorted Muffins
Served with Butter and Preserves
$29.00 per dozen

Muffins
An Assortment of Freshly
Baked Muffins Served
With Appropriate Condiments
$30.00 per dozen

Bagels
An Assortment of Fresh Bagels
With Cream Cheese
$32.00 per dozen

Whole Fresh Fruit
An Assortment of Seasonal
Fruits to included Apples, Oranges and Bananas
$1.75 per person
(Minimum order of 6 guests, thank you.)

Flavored Yogurt
Assorted Flavors
$3.00 each
 Bistro Party Trays
 Executive Agenda
 Start the day off right with the Morning Agenda!
 Including Premium Baked Goods, Fresh Fruit, Juices and Coffee.
 We’ll follow up with the Main Sandwich Event – our Signature Sandwiches, Side, Dessert Bars, Fresh Baked Cookies and
 Beverages
 $320.00 (serves 10) or $ 625.00 (serves 20)

 Full Day Classic
 Enjoy the Morning Agenda featuring Premium Baked Goods, Fresh Fruit, Juices and Coffee. Round out the day with our
 Classic Sandwich Collection including our Classic Sandwiches, Sides, Dessert Bars, Fresh-Baked Cookies and
 Beverages
 $295.00 (serves 10) or $575.00 (serves 20)

 The Main Sandwich Event
 Indulge in a variety of our Signature Sandwiches served with a Seasonal Tossed Green Salad, our Signature Side Salad,
 Grilled Seasonal Vegetables, Chips, Decadent Dessert Bars, Cookies and Beverages
 $250.00 (serves 10) or $500.00 (serves 20)

 The Classic Sandwich Collection
 An assortment of our Classic Sandwiches served with seasonal Tossed Green Salad. Signature Side Salad, Chips,
 Decadent Dessert Bars and Cookies and Beverages
 $225.00 (serves 10) or $450.00 (serves 20)

                                                                 Premium Signature Sandwiches
    Classic Sandwiches
                                                                      Roma Basil Baguette with
                                                                       Proscuitto & Provolone
 Roast Beef & Cipicola Ham
    Ciabatta Muffaletta                                            Portobello Spinach Foccacia
    Turkey Caesar Wrap                                            With Roasted Red Pepper Spread
  Stuffed Creek salad Pita
                                                                      Roast Beef Ham Muffaletta
Tuna & Sundried Tomato on a                                             On a Sourdough Boule
       Multigrain Roll
                                                                       Apple Ginger Chicken
                                                                  With a caramelized onion chutney
                                                                          on a Ciabatta Roll




 ~~If there’s something special you’re looking for and don’t see on our menu … don’t hesitate contacting the Catering Sales Department
                                                        for your special needs ~~
                Boxed Lunches
                   (Minimum order of 3 per each box lunch)




                  Honey Dijon Turkey Wrap
    Turkey slices, sun-dried tomato, lettuce and calico coleslaw.
            Drizzled with spicy honey mustard dressing
                      And fresh ground pepper
                        Tortellini pasta salad,
            Washington Apple, beverage and a cookie
                            $20.95 each



         The Cyprus Mediterranean Veggie Wrap
     Roasted garlic cream cheese hummus, caramelized onion,
       Lettuce, diced tomatoes, red peppers and cucumbers.
                Sprinkled with crumbled feta cheese
                        Tortellini pasta salad
            Washington Apple, beverage, and a cookie.
                            $20.95 each




                        The All American
    Seasoned roast beef with sautéed mushrooms, caramelized
           Onions and chipolte spread on a fresh bun.
                   Lettuce and tomato slices,
                     Tortellini pasta salad,
          Washington Apple, beverage, and a cookie.
                          $18.95 each



               Cajun Grilled Chicken Ciabatta
       Blackened chicken with a roasted bell pepper slaw on a
Rustic chibatta roll spread with a tomato chipolte mayonnaise spread.
                         Tortellini pasta salad,
              Washington Apple, beverage and a cookie
                              $20.95 each




                          Prices are subject change without notice
                                       Hors d’oeuvres
                                                            Cold
                                      (Minimum of 50 pieces per hors d’oeuvre)
Italian Bruschetta                                                $3.00 each
Smoked Salmon Pinwheel                                            $3.50 each
Assorted California Sushi Roll                                    $4.00 each
Tropical Fruit Skewers                                            $3.75 each


                                                             Hot
                                      (Minimum of 50 pieces per hors d’oeuvre)
Spanikopita                                                       $3.50 each
Mini Griddled Crab Cakes                                          $3.95 each
Vegetable Egg Roll                                                $3.50 each
Stuffed Jalapeno Popper                                          $3.50 each
Boneless Buffalo Wing                                             $3.95 each
Teriyaki Beef Brochettes                                          $3.50 each
Marinated Shrimp Brochette                                        $4.75 each
Spicy Mustard Boneless Wing                                       $3.95 each



                                   Displays and Trays
                                     (Minimum order of 6 guests, thank you)

                                        International Cheese Board
                                 An Assortment of Imported and Domestic Cheese
                                     Garnished with Fresh Fruit and
                                         Served with Gourmet Crackers
                                                $6.50 per person

                                               Vegetable Crudit
                                          An Assortment of Seasonal
                                    Vegetables Served with Ranch Dressing.
                                               $5.50 per person

                                     Fresh Seasonal Sliced Fruit Tray
                            Which May Include: Pineapple, Watermelon, Cantaloupe,
                                   Honeydew, Grapes & Seasonal Berries.
                                               $5.50 per person

                                          Italian Antipasto Platter
                           An Array of Genoa Salami, Provolone Cheese, Mortadella,
                               Black and Green Olives, Pepperoncini, Proscuitto,
                                   Artichoke Hearts and Assorted Peppers.
                                              $5.50 per person

                                           Prices are subject to change without notice
                                             Alcoholic Beverage Service

           Platinum Hosted Bar Package                                                         Gold Hosted Bar Package
                  Package Pricing                                                                  Package Pricing
        1 Hour        $17.00 per person                                           1 Hour               $15.00 per person
        2 Hours       $26.00 per person                                           2 Hours              $24.00 per person
    Each Additional Hour is $10.00 per person                                    Each Additional Hour is $10.00 per person


Platinum Package:
Scotch ………….…..Chivas
Bourbon …………....Makers Mark
Vodka ……….….… Stoli
Gin ………….……..Tanquarey                                                                   Gold Package:
Rum …………….….Bacardi Dark                                                                 Scotch ………….….…J&B
Canadian ……….….Crown Royal                                                               Bourbon ……….……Jack Daniels
Tequila …………… 1800 Reposado                                                              Vodka ………….……Smirnoff
Cognac …………… Hennessy                                                                    Gin …………..….…...Seagrams
                                                                                         Rum ………….………Bacardi Light
                                                                                         Canadian …………...Seagram V.O.
                                                                                         Tequila ……………..Jose Cuervo
     Both Bar Options Also Include:
     California Coastal Wines, Imported and Domestic Beer,
     Fruit Juices, Soft Drinks, Still and Sparkling Water

                                             For the Special Occasion that can’t have hard alcohol…try our
                                                                  Silver Bar Package
                                                      1 Hour                      $8.95 per person
                                                      2 Hour                      $13.95 per person
                                     Silver Bar package consists of import and domestic beer, Selection of House
                                           Red and White Wines, assorted juice, soft drink, and bottled water

                                                                      Cash Bars:
      Each Bar must meet a sales minimum of $500.00 per a four hour period. If the $500.00 sales is not met, a Bar set-up fee of $250.00 will apply.




     Labor Fees
     Bartender (4 hour shift) …………………….$90.00
               (One bartender for every 75 guests for a hosted, and one bartender for every 100 guests for a cash bar)
     Attendant ...................................................$22.50 per hour (minimum 4 hour shift)
               (One attendant is recommended for every 75 guests)




                                                                  Prices are subject to change without notice
                                         Crowd Pleasers
Logo Sheet Cake
$200.00 Logo Artwork Fee
$225.00 Full Sheet (serves 80-100)
Pricing may vary depending on complexity of logo/design

Soft Serve Ice Cream/Yogurt Service
$2500.00 per day (5 oz cup servings, two flavors)
Maximum of 750 servings…
Pick 4 of the following toppings: Granola, Peanuts, and Coconut Shaving
Carob Chips, Whipped Cream, Chocolate Fudge, M&M’s, Pecans & Cherries
Flavors: Chocolate, Vanilla & Strawberry
(Client to provide: (Two dedicated 208 volt / 30amp / 3 phase outlet.
Specs: 160 pounds / Space: 5’ x 6’)

Cappuccino Machine (attendant included)
$2000.00 per day (Maximum 500 - 8 oz cups)
Machine. Specs-140-lbs. / Space 5’ by 6’
(Client to provide: 110 Volt, 20 amp-dedicated circuit)

Frozen Smoothie Machine (attendant included)
4 flavors (500 servings), 5oz serving           $2000.00 per day
3 flavors (500 servings), 5oz serving           $1800.00 per day
2 flavors (500 servings), 5oz serving           $1500.00 per day
(Client to provide: Each machine requires a single dedicated
110 volt, 20 amp circuit. Specs- 160 lbs. / Space 5’ by 6’)

Single Cups Gourmet Coffee Brewer
Brew your favorite cup in seconds!
Choose any combination of Celestial Seasonings Tea or Green Mountain Coffees from our selections
Regular Coffees
Breakfast Blend, Vermont Country Blend or French Roast
Flavored Coffees
French Vanilla, Hazelnut, Irish Cream or Southern Pecan
Decaffeinated Coffees
Breakfast Blend, Vermont Country Blend or French Roast
Teas
Lemon Zinger, Mandarin Orange Spice, Victorian Earl Grey or Green Tea
$75.00 Rental Per Day
$45.00 Per Box of 25 Cups
(Electrical required: 110 volt outlet)




                                            Prices are subject to change without notice
             16 ounce Logo Bottled Water
                   Get your company’s name into everyone’s hand!


    1 pallet               1680 bottles                                    $3.50 each
   2-3 pallets             3360-5040 bottles                               $2.75 each
   4+ pallets              6720 +                                          $2.50 each



                    Have your water on site waiting for you!
                        Avoid Shipping and Handling!


** Your order, accompanied by camera-ready artwork must be received by the Food and
Beverage Department one (1) month prior to your event to ensure delivery. There is a
$200.00 artwork fee (2-color logo) Price of artwork fee may vary depending on complexity
of logo artwork. Price includes storage and delivery [max 3 per day] to your booth.
**Minimum order of 25 cases (600 bottles)



**Should you decide to bring in your own logo bottled water, a $1.50 ++ per bottle waiver will
apply




                                     Prices are subject to change without notice
          ORDER                                                                         Los Angeles Convention Center
          FORM                                                                              1201 South Figueroa St
                                                                                             Los Angeles, CA 90015
                                                                                            213.765.4512 Fax 213.765.4552

             Name of Convention ______________________________________________________
             Company Name __________________________________________________________
             Person Ordering __________________________________________________________
             On Site Contact _____________________________ Cell Phone____________________
             Address ____________________________City _______________State_____ ZIP_____
             Phone____________________ Fax_________________ Cell Phone_________________
             Booth Number_____________ Hall _______________ Number of Guest ____________
             E-Mail:_________________________________________________________________
             ______________________________________________________________________________________
             DAY OF WEEK/DATE DELIVERY TIME          QUANTITY ITEM DESCRIPTION          ITEM PRICE

             _________________ ______________ _________                                     ______________                  _________
             _________________ ______________ _________                                      _____________                  _________
             _________________ ______________ _________                                     ______________                  _________
             _________________ ______________ _________                                      _____________                  _________
             _________________ ______________ _________                                     ______________                  _________
             _________________ ______________ _________                                      _____________                  _________
             _________________ ______________ _________                                     ______________                  _________
                                                                                          Food & Beverage Total _________
             All Prices listed are subject to 19% service charge & 8.25% Tax              19% Service Charge _________
                                                                                                 8.25% Sales Tax _________

             FORM OF PAYMENT
 Visa     Master Card        American Express                             IMPORTANT INFORMATION
                                                                          The Los Angeles Convention Center Food Service Department is the exclusive
                                                                          caterer. Absolutely no food or beverage, candy, Logo water, etc are allowed to be
 Company Check (C.C. required on file)                                    brought into the Los Angeles Convention Center.


                                                                          DEADLINE
Card # ___________________________                                        All catering orders must be received 20 working days prior to the first day of show. A
                                                                          10% late charge will be charged for orders received after deadline
Exp. Date ______________
                                                                          PAYMENT POLICY
                                                                          Full Payment is required prior to commencement of services.
                                                                          A credit card must be on file for any re-orders on site
___________________________________________________
                                                                          OTHER CHARGES
Card Holders’ Name                                                        A $25.00 delivery charge will apply to each delivery and reorders of less then
                                                                          $75.00(sub-total). A $150.00 re-stocking fee will apply to all orders requesting bottled
                                                                          and/or canned beverages on consumption. (Please note Food Services does not sell
                                                                          beverages on consumption for groups of 299 guests or less.
Card Holder’s Signature
                                                                          ADDITIONAL SERVICES
                                                                          There will be an additional charge for china service on the exhibit floor. Please ask
                                                                          your Sales Manager for more information.

                                                                          TABLES AND ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
                                                                          Food Services does not provide tables or electricity in your exhibit space. Tables and
                                                                          electricity must be ordered through the appropriate contractor.

				
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