Extra care and advance planning is necessary for displays such as vehicles, machinery, shipping containers, or other large items being displayed in your booth. Special labor or equipment to unload and deliver to your booth may be required on-site, and must be scheduled in advance with GES. Exhibitors should submit the following additional forms (if applicable) to plan for these shipments:
Call GES at +1 (800) 801-7648 or +1 (702) 515-5970 with any questions about moving large displays to your booth.
Louisiana is a “right to work” state. Full-time employees* of the exhibiting company are permitted to do the following without hiring union labor:
*Employees must be prepared to produce some type of company identification when engaged in these activities.
Exhibitors must hire labor to do the following:
The loading and unloading docks will be controlled by the general contractor, GES, and union labor will be used for this.
All rigging and assembling of signs must be done by the general contractor. Exhibitors or their EACs may supervise only. Only employees of the general contractor are allowed to be on lifts.
Review the show site work rules provided by GES for additional information.
Review the exhibitor schedule to see a full list of move-in and move-out times.
Clean Floor Policy: To combat lengthy wait times for produce deliveries during exhibit setup, and to ensure we can open the show on time, all exhibitors must abide by the clean floor policy:
Target Move-In Date: Each booth is assigned a target move-in date/time based on booth size and location. Find your booth on the color-coded target floor plan. The date and time assigned to you is designed to be the time when your shipments should be checked in at the marshaling yard. DO NOT schedule your booth set up for this time, since actual unloading at the dock may take several hours. We recommend scheduling installation labor to begin the day after your target assignment.
If you need to change your target move in assignment, you have (2) options:
Exhibitors who have not begun setup by 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 28 will be considered a "No-Show".
An Exhibitor Appointed Contractor (EAC) is any contractor NOT listed in our approved vendor list (appointed to provide services such as display installation, dismantling, audio visual firms, etc.) that will need access to your booth during set up/tear down hours to assist with your exhibit. For security reasons, all EAC representatives must be registered and pickup their own wrist band in order to access the show floor.
Exhibitors and EACs must submit the following requirements by October 4, 2021:
EACs Should Send Insurance Certificates to:
Fax: +1 (702) 446-6777
Mail: DTA Trade Show Services 6362 McLeod Drive, Suite 5, Las Vegas, NV 89120
Questions: Contact DTA Trade Show Services at [email protected] or call +1 (702) 650-2298
Hanging signs are only allowed above island booths or inline booths along the perimeter of the building. All rigging must be done by GES. If your island booth is under a low ceiling (as marked on the floor plan), hanging signs are not permitted.
The return of empty crates on Saturday night can take 10+ hours. Here are some tips to help you avoid wait times and save money: