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Exhibitors are companies that provide products and services used by New Jersey’s local governments. Some industries represented are: Housing, Architects, Engineers, Consultants, Telecommunications, Document Management, Heavy Equipment, Office Products, Recreation, IT, Environmental, Technology, Banking, Emergency products, Insurance, Healthcare, Security, Energy, Recycling, Storm Water, etc..
The Annual Conference is attended by New Jersey local elected and appointed officials, governing body members, purchasing agents, professional administrators, department heads and numerous other public sector officials. The attendees represent a vertical “slice” of government; a unique opportunity to meet numerous officials involved in the decision making process.
The conference is not a public or consumer show. It is an education and business event for government officials.
Set-UpMonday, November 18: 8am – 5pm
Exhibit HoursTuesday, November 19: 9am – 5pmWednesday, November 20: 8:30am – 5pmThursday, November 21: 8:30am – 1pm
Move OutThursday, November 21: 1pm – 8pm
Download the Exhibitor and Sponsorship Prospectus, complete the Exhibit Space Contract and mail with a check to:NJ League of Municipalities Attn: Exhibits 222 West State St Trenton, NJ 08608
Exhibit booths cannot be reserved until the contract and payment are received in the League office.
We continue to process contracts until all booths are sold. If you are submitting your contract after September 3 it must be accompanied by the full booth fee. The print deadline for the program is October 2. For a full list of deadlines, please refer to the 2019 Exhibitor and Sponsorship Prospectus.
The deposit amount (50% of the booth fee) will be accepted with your contract until September 3; after this date all contacts must be sent with the full amount due for the booth space.
We do not offer a discounted rate for multiple booths.
Yes. Every booth (including corners and “Heavy Equipment” space) is $1,600 before June 14 or $1,7600.00 afterwards. If you are a non-profit or state agency please contact Kristin Lawrence at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-695-3481 x125 for special pricing information.
Each 10'x10' booth includes:
· Listing in the printed onsite Exhibitors Program· Listing on the conference app· Listing on the League Conference website· Listing on the online interactive floor plan· Listing in the June, October and November issues of NJ Municipalities· Use of the Conference logo for marketing· Pipe and drape for the booth: 8’ h in the back and 3’ h side rails· 7”h x 44”w booth sign with exhibit name and booth number· Use of the exhibitor lock-up room (for securing small valuables overnight)· Complimentary registrations for 6 booth personnel· Complimentary pre and post conference mailing lists of municipal attendees (mailing information only; no phone, fax or email)· Discounted rate on additional League mailing lists· Complimentary copy of the 2020 Municipal Directory (distributed to exhibitors in March 2020)
NOTE: Exhibitors are responsible for all booth furnishings (tables, chairs, carpet, etc.) and utilities (electric, internet, etc.). These items are not included with the booth but can be ordered through the Exhibitor Service Manual available August 20). Furnishings can also be provided by the exhibitor.
You may, but we cannot process your contract or assign a booth until your payment arrives. Please contact Suzanne DeLany at email@example.com if your payment will be sent under separate cover.
The booth assignment process begins around the beginning of May. The previous year’s exhibitors are given priority. Afterwards, all booths are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis.
No, don’t wait! Since booths are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis you will limit your options by waiting to send in your contract. The earlier we have your contract the more options you have. If you are concerned about what booth you will be assigned we can contact you to discuss your choices when your contract comes up for processing, after we receive your paperwork.
Specific booth numbers can be noted on the Exhibit Space Contract in the “Booth Selection” section. Please list (in order of preference) your first four choices. If none of the choices are available we will assign the next best booth. Many exhibitors note areas of the hall rather than specific booth preferences. After June 5, the Interactive Floor Plan is posted online and can be viewed. Booth availability is determined when the Exhibit Space Contract and payment are received in the League office.
The four shaded areas on the floor plan labeled “Heavy Equipment” are reserved for exhibitors to display oversized or power equipment. Any product that contains a gas tank or is battery powered (i.e., lawn mowers, dump trucks, lifts, power washers, vehicles, etc.) will be assigned a booth in one of these sections. Occasionally, commercial exhibitors that are in the “Heavy Equipment” industry but are not displaying equipment will be located within these sections.
Unless it is specified for us to contact you prior to making an assignment we will assign the best booth available. If you would like to be contacted prior to us assigning your company a booth please make a note on the Exhibit Space Contract.
If two companies would like to be assigned side-by-side please make all efforts to have both contracts submitted around the same time. In addition, each contract should include a note referencing the desire to be located near each other.
Please review your confirmation carefully and contact us immediately so we can work with you to address your concern. Contact Kristin Lawrence at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-695-3481 x125.
If you need to cancel a booth, please contact Kristin Lawrence in writing at email@example.com. A booth will not be deemed cancelled until you receive written confirmation (e-mail/fax/letter) from the League.
Can I receive a refund?Please refer to section 15 C of the Space Agreement: Rules and Instructions regarding the League cancellation policy.
C. Exhibitor Withdrawal, Cancellation, Reductions, Refunds
Exhibit space comes with immediate benefits. Withdrawal, cancellation or reduction of exhibit space must be done in writing and is subject to an assessment covering the reassignment of space, benefits received, and other damages related to cancellation, according to the following schedule: before September 1 the assessment is 50% of booth space fees; after September 1 the assessment is 100% of booth space fees. These amounts are agreed to be liquidated damages to compensate for the harm the League will suffer due to Exhibitor’s withdrawal, reduction/cancellation and are not a penalty. Reduction in space is considered a cancellation and new contract, and is subject to cancellation assessment, and may result in reassignment to new space.