Have you looked at a trade show exhibitor manual lately? They can be a very daunting read, with easily over 100 pages, and written so even a veteran lawyer will have problems understanding it. They seem to have a language all their own. Our dedicated project managers have been through the routine countless times, as we fill out paperwork and submit forms to the show management on a weekly basis. They are used to dealing with these show management companies, having done it for years. Keeping organized and on time are extremely important in coordinating the show services. Hitting the due dates along with pricing discounts make it worth the effort to allow us to take this chore off your hands.
The paperwork may include forms for the hiring of union labor, drayage and material handling, placing of electrical circuits and the hiring of electricians. There are also forms for sign hanging and rigging crews, furnishings and carpet rental, booth cleaning, internet service and plumbing. The list goes on, but suffice to say that there are a lot of services to consider as you get ready for the show.
Let us help you – we’ll figure out the details, fill out the paperwork and get all the forms submitted to the right people and on time. There is even a discount when the forms are filled by a certain date. We’ll make sure we hit the deadlines, saving you money. And don’t forget the post show procedures, dealing with the freight companies, filling out the Bill of Lading forms and making sure your display is returned in one piece.
And if you need us to be present on-site to supervise the installation and dismantle, we’ll be there for you. We know of trusted I&D companies all over the country who can provide our local labor, saving your budget by not having to fly crews around the country. These I&D companies use only skilled laborers who carry union cards and are insured, thereby ensuring your trade show booth or event space is set up to be exactly the way you were expecting.
When you let us handle your services, it will allow you to focus on why you are there, connecting with your customers, rather than worrying about the exhibit details.
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