Monday, May 4, 2009
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
The standard booth size is 10' by 10'.
Minimum: 1 booth. Maximum: None.
Base rate: $27.50 per square foot or $2,750 for a standard
Examples of booth costs:
10' x 10' = $2,750
10' x 20' = $5,500
10' x 30' = $8,250
Booth cost includes standard draperies, siderails (33" high) and a standard sign (44" x 9"). The cost also covers removal, storage and return of empty crates, 24-hour guard services, general lighting and general cleaning.
Booth assignments will be based on the following factors
(not in order of importance):
1. Previous show participation
2. Size requested
3. Advertising with Iron & Steel Technology
4. Date of receipt of application and deposit
Standard Booths: No backwall, sidewall, drapes or other booth construction may exceed 8' in height. This includes signs, emblems, trademarks, medallions, cutout letters, etc.
Island/Peninsula Booths: May exceed 8' up to a limit of 12' in height if they occupy 400 square feet or more.
Perimeter Booths: May exceed 8' up to a limit of 12' in height.
The limits outlined above do not apply to machinery or equipment as
regularly built and used in the steel industry.
Exceptions to the above rules must be approved by show management.
Operating exhibits are encouraged. However, any and all
unusually dirty, noisy or hot machinery and equipment should be properly enclosed to respect the rights and safety of others.
Hall and Booth Restrictions
Aisle: 10' wide except as noted
Floor Load: Unlimited except over utility tunnel where floor load is 400 lbs./sq. ft.
Exhibit Area: Concrete base floor
Will begin at noon on Friday, May 1, 2009, and must be completed
by Sunday, May 3, 2009, at 4 p.m.
The removal of all exhibit materials begins Wednesday, May 6, 2009, at 6 p.m. and must be completed by Thursday, May 7, 2009, at 11 p.m.
International Trade Fair Provisions
-The Exposition has been designated by the U.S. Department of Commerce as an International Trade Fair under the provisions of the Trade Fair Act of 1959. Working with the Expositions customs broker, exhibited materials and equipment can be brought into the U.S. duty-free. For further information, please contact the Exposition Manager.
Sponsorships are an excellent way to increase your company’s visibility. Creating your own sponsorship package can provide you with the marketing edge you want, and by sponsoring an event, you will position your company for maximum exposure.
Sponsorships for many AISTech 2009 activities are available, including: Receptions, Refreshment Breaks, Lunches, Aisle Signage, Internet Cafe, Golf Feature, TV Feature, Pens, Bags and Lanyards.
We will be happy to assist you in developing a sponsorship package based on your ideas and needs. Please contact Jeff Campbell at
(724) 776-6040, ext. 640 for further details about sponsorships.
CLICK HERE for a sponsorship form