The Exhibit Halls are the most economical way to promote your products and services and to develop the contacts you need to take your business to the next level.
All exhibit booths are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Booth assignment cannot be confirmed until payment is made and a signed exhibitor agreement is received. WSWA will hold the requested booth(s) for a maximum of two weeks for those companies who may wish to pay by check or wire transfer. If payment is not received within the allotted two week grace period, the requested exhibit space will be released for sale.
A linear booth has its front side facing the aisle. It is arranged in a straight line of booths along a row. Linear booths are sold in 10’ x 10’ increments.
A corner booth is located at the end of a row with two sides exposed to aisles. Corner booths are sold in 10’ x 10’ increments.
An island booth is any size booth exposed to aisles on all four sides. Island booths start at 20’ x 20’ and increase proportionally in size.
End Cap Booth
An end cap booth is two corner booths combined with three sides exposed to aisles. End cap booths are 10’ x 20’.
All booths have strict height limitations of 8′; however island booths can be extended to 12’ upon review of booth configuration by WSWA. Side railing height will vary with end caps, corner booths and islands. For more information on booth size configurations and height restrictions see the Shepard Exhibitor Service Manual or contact WSWA Senior Director, Meetings and Conventions, Kari Langerman, Kari@wswa.org.
Move-In/Move-Out and Exhibit Times
Monday, April 20, 2020
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Thursday, April 23, 2020
- (1) 6’ skirted table
- (1) 8’ high draped back wall
- (2) 36” high side railings
- (1) 44” x 7” booth identification sign with company name
- (1) Wastebasket
- 24-hr. perimeter security from set-up to tear-down
- Fully carpeted ballrooms
- Daily cleaning service and waste removal
- (2) Complimentary exhibitor registrations. (Additional exhibitor registrations can be purchased)
- Complimentary listing on the WSWA interactive Exhibit Hall floor plans
- Complimentary listing in the WSWA 77th Annual Convention & Exposition Buyer’s Guide.
- Model Registration Form
- Mixologist Registration Form (this form is for mixologists not affiliated with a competition or special event)
- Exhibiting companies are responsible for hiring their own models and mixologists.
- Exhibiting companies are limited to two models and one mixologist per 10’x10’ booth and four models and two mixologist per 10’x20’ booth.
- A model is defined as a person who has been hired by a talent agency, is not an employee or a family member of the exhibitor and is hired to assist the exhibitor in promoting the company, product and/or service in the Exhibit Halls.
- All models must have a badge. The model registration fee is $275 per model.
- Model badges are for professional models only and cannot be used by employees, friends, or family of the exhibiting company. Failure to comply with this restriction may result in the confiscation of model badges for the duration of the convention.
- Model badges allow access to the Exhibit Halls and Taste of the Industry only. The model badge does not provide access to any other WSWA events or meetings.
- WSWA retains the right to deny or confiscate model badges for any behavior, attire or action that WSWA, in its sole discretion, deems inappropriate. The model registration fee may be refunded at WSWA’s discretion.
- All models MUST be 21 years old or older and may be asked to provide proof of age.