Booths Sample Clauses

Booths. The following is substituted for section 191 of the Act : “191. Where electronic ballot boxes are used in an election, the polling station shall have the number of polling booths determined by the returning officer.”.
Booths. We provide an 8’x8’ booth (a second booth is authorized if arranged ahead of time and space allows), enough space outside the booth, a light, and a location to connect your power. Stations desiring to use their own “booth/tent” must obtain permission prior to the event to insure sufficient space is available. Stations are expected to provide all necessary equipment and manpower needed. Stations need to bring their own extension cords, chairs, tables, etc. Please note that the tables and chairs seen at the event site are paid for and brought to the site by the Rotary Club for use in Rotary Club run activities and for event attendees. They are not to be used by stations in/around their booth/space. Stations are not authorized to use any loudspeakers, megaphones or other noise or sound enhancing equipment in the Alamo Heights Night® area to entice/entertain customers or advertise their product/service. Stations are expected to attractively decorate their booth. All booth preparations must be completed and ready prior to 3:00 p.m. April 17. This time must be enforced to ensure the safety and success of the event and to permit appropriate Health, Electrical, and Fire Department inspections. Booths not prepared by 3:00 p.m. may be unable to participate in the event. Stations are authorized to sell or give away only those items/activities previously agreed to and are not authorized to sell or give away any food, beverages or other items. Contact Xxxx Xxxxxxx, 000-000-0000 to make any arrangements. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS: Electric wiring and outlet boxes will be installed by electricians hired by the Alamo Heights Night® LLC. Stations may connect approved electric appliances/equipment to these outlet boxes only with UL or approved commercial outdoor wiring. All appliances must be properly grounded and may not exceed a total of 15 amps per outlet without prior approval. If you require anything other than a 110/120 circuit with 15 amps and standard electric outlet, you must inform us of the specific requirements no later than March 21. All appliances and connections must comply with all applicable San Antonio electrical codes. All electrical wiring and connections will be inspected and tagged by AHN electricians prior to any station using their electrical appliances/equipment at the AHN event site. Stations will not be permitted to use any electrical equipment that has not been inspected and approved. Stations will be assessed a minimum of $25 plus materials for any...
Booths. All booths are 8’ deep with 8’ high rear drape and 3’ minimum height side drape. There are three (3) widths: 8’ width, 10’ width and seven (7) Premium 16’ width ‘double booths’ capping the end of each row (aka/ Endcap locations).
Booths. Cover $1,080* $1,233* Cover N/A Full Page $704 $870 Full Page $655 Half Page $577 $727 Half Page $510 Quarter Page $484 $629 Quarter Page $455 Eighth Page $428 $638 Eighth Page $345 Ad plus Booth(s) Ad Only / No Booth (Additional booths $150 each) Full Color Ad: Add $250 to total price *Color Included in Cover Prices Friday, Vendors who have not checked in by 8 p.m. on Refunds April 22 will forfeit their booth space with no refunds. No refunds will be given after April 13, 2022. No refunds will be given if booth space is not used or only used for part of the event. Deadlines Final booth/ad reservation deadline is April 13, 2022.
Booths. 1 - U.S Television 15 x 15 1 - Domestic Television 15 x 15 4 - International booths 8 x 8 1 - CART RADIO Network 8 x 8 1 - CART RADIO NETWORK SPANISH 8 x 8 ACCESS: Organizer/Promoter shall accord all broadcast networks and/or their designees the right to install and maintain at, and remove from, the site of the Event and associated areas such wires, cables, and apparatus as the network or its designee deems necessary for recording and/or telecasting the Event (provided that there shall not be any interference with the use of or means of ingress or egress at the site or associated areas).
Booths. The following is substituted for section 191 of the Act :
Booths. Standard 10-foot-deep and 10-foot-wide booths with a back-wall sign bearing the exhibiting company name, city, and booth number will be furnished to each exhibitor by ADA Exhibit Management. The booth background drape is 8 feet high with 3-foot-high sidewall dividers. The aisles are in the exhibit hall are carpeted, so you must supply the required booth carpeting. Booth furniture, carpeting, special drapery and other special services are NOT supplied and may be obtained at the prevailing rates through the General Service Contractor using forms found in the Exhibitor Service Kit. Linear: Display booths and other exhibits shall not be placed in such a manner as to interfere with other exhibits. Booth constructions in areas with a back wall will be restricted to 8 feet in height. If exhibit construction includes side structures, they may be carried to the 8-foot height for a distance of only 5 feet from the back wall. The balance of the distance must be confined to 4 feet in height. These rules must be adhered to so that no booth will interfere with other exhibitors. All Island and Multistory Displays:
Booths. Provision of simultaneous interpretation is subject to the availability of a sufficient number of interpretation booths that meet ISO standards ISO 2603 (for conference rooms with built-in booths), ISO 4043 (for mobile booths) and ISO 20109 (for interpretation equipment in the booths). The Web application provides information on where technical ISO standard texts can be obtained. With the aim of ensuring technical compliance of booths and conference equipment, the Presidency will involve DG Interpretation closely in all new building projects with interpretation booths, and will seek DG Interpretation's approval when new venues are used for meetings organized by the Presidency. The Presidency shall also consult DG Interpretation with regards to the installation of mobile booths or in case of use of interpretation platforms. Possible additional health measures related to COVID 19 may apply. DG Interpretation shall inform the Presidency of such measures in due time.

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  • KITCHEN The kitchen is for warming purposes only. It is equipped with commercial freezer and refrigerator, two large microwaves, and deep sinks for clean-up. Please remember that if warm drinks are put in the refrigerator, it may take a long time for the drinks to get cold. The Xxxxxxx Park District does not provide catering.

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  • Directories BellSouth or its agent shall make available White Pages directories to Tri-County subscribers at no charge or as specified in a separate agreement with BellSouth's agent.

  • Workshops The parties shall make every reasonable effort to notify each other of any pertinent conferences, workshops, or seminars in which District staff may be eligible to participate. Such notification is to be sent, if possible, prior to the scheduled beginning date of the conference, workshop or seminar.

  • Video This restriction includes, but is not limited to, use of the Beat and/or New Song in television, commercials, film/movies, theatrical works, video games, and in any other form on the Internet which is not expressly permitted herein.

  • Video Display Terminals When employees are required to monitor video display terminals which use cathode ray tubes, then:

  • ENTERTAINERS AND SPORTSPERSONS 1. Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 14, income derived by a resident of a Contracting State as an entertainer, such as a theatre, motion picture, radio or television artiste, or a musician, or as a sportsperson, from that resident’s personal activities as such exercised in the other Contracting State, may be taxed in that other Contracting State.

  • Vending Machines Seller shall remove all monies from all vending machines, laundry machines, pay telephones and other coin-operated equipment as of the Cut-Off Time and shall retain all monies collected therefrom as of the Cut-Off Time, and Purchaser shall be entitled to any monies collected therefrom after the Cut-Off Time.