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Definition: A Split Island Booth is a Peninsula Booth which shares a common backwall with another Peninsula Booth. The entire cubic content of this booth may be used, up to the maximum allowable height of 23’, without any backwall line of sight restrictions.
Definition: A Peninsula Booth is any size booth exposed to aisles on three sides and backs up to In-Line (Linear) booths. Peninsula booths are most commonly 20’ wide by 20’ deep or larger. Display, sidewalls and backwall will be permitted up to a maximum height of 23’; except in the 5’ section on each side of the backwall which has a 4’ maximum height for equipment, product, display material, signs, sidewall and backwall. Please reference the diagram. No signage is permitted on the backside of the backwall.
Canopies, including ceilings, umbrellas and canopy frames, can be either decorative or functional (such as to shade computer monitors from ambient light or for hanging products). Canopies for In-Line (Linear) or Perimeter Booths should comply with line of sight requirements (see In-Line (Linear) Booth).
The base of the Canopy should not be lower than 7’ from the floor within 5’ of any aisle. Canopy supports should be no wider than 3”. Booth space that has 300 square feet or more of contiguous covered space require battery operated smoke detectors. Booths that are more than one story require Fire Marshal approval at least 60 days prior to installation.
- Hanging Signs - Hanging signs will be permitted in the following booths: Island, Peninsula and Split Island Booths (minimum 400 square feet) and should comply with the allowable height for that booth type. Signs may be hung from the ceiling (where permitted), trusswork or equipment. Signs that will be hung from the ceiling or trusswork must be installed and dismantled by the Rigging Crew.
- Unfinished Walls - Any unfinished walls are subject to review by Show Management. Should Show Management deem the backside of the booth “unsightly” and/or does not conform to the overall quality of the show, the exhibitor may be required to drape the backside of the booth at the exhibitor’s expense.