Booth Specs

Please review the following to ensure that your display meets the Booth Specifications. If your booth does not meet these specifications, you must submit a rendering of your display to Show Management for review. All booths, regardless of size, are required to follow these guidelines.

To avoid additional costs (i.e. design cost or tear down of an unapproved structure), please obtain written approval before beginning production or construction of display. All requests must be in writing; email Karen Young for approval or with any questions. 

Standard Booth

Definition: In-Line Booths have only one side exposed to an aisle and have at least one adjacent neighbor on either side of the booth.

Booths are most commonly 10’ wide by 10’ deep. No booth construction or signage may exceed 8’ in overall height. The maximum height of 8 is permitted on the back 5’ section and a maximum height of 4’ is permitted on the front 5’ section. Please reference the diagram of allowable configurations. No hanging signage from the ceiling is allowed in an In-Line Booth. 

Perimeter Booth

 Definition: A Perimeter Booth is an In-Line Booth that is the outermost aisle of booths that do not back up to another booth.

All guidelines for In-Line (Linear) Booths apply to Perimeter Booths except that the maximum backwall height allowed on the back 5’ section is 12’. No hanging signage from ceiling is allowed in a Perimeter Booth. Please reference the drawing for a diagram of the allowable configurations. 

Island Booth

Definition: An Island Booth is any size booth exposed to aisles on all four sides of the booth with no adjacent neighbors.

Booth fixtures, components and signage will be permitted up to a maximum height of 20’. Hanging signs from the ceiling are permitted in Island Booths that are 400 square feet and larger, but the top of the sign may not exceed 20’ in overall height.