Demonstrations Sample Clauses

Demonstrations. As a matter of safety and courtesy to others, the Exhibitor shall conduct any presentations or product demonstrations in a manner that assures that all Exhibitor personnel and attendees are within the contracted exhibit space and not encroaching on the aisle or neighboring exhibits. It is the responsibility of the Exhibitor to arrange displays, product presentation and demonstration areas to ensure compliance. Exhibitor must obtain written permission from TRB before demonstrating any product that is potentially dangerous to attendees. If permission is granted, Exhibitor shall take special caution and shall establish a minimum setback of three feet (3’), install hazard barriers, and/or take other actions as required by TRB to prevent accidental injury to spectators.
Demonstrations. No demonstrations or solicitations shall be permitted outside of the Exhibitor's assigned space, and no signs or placards may be displayed on persons or otherwise outside exhibit spaces.
Demonstrations. Aisles must not be obstructed at any time. Demonstrations must be conducted within the aisle line of the exhibit space. If several spectators are expected to congregate at one time, space must be left within each exhibit area in which an audience may gather. Should spectators interfere with normal traflc flow in the aisle or overflow into the aisle, show management reserves the right to request that such presentations be limited or discontinued.
Demonstrations. (a) All efforts to advertise, promote sales and operate exhibits must be conducted so as not to cause any danger, annoyance or inconvenience to other Exhibitors and visitors. Any practice resulting in a complaint from a fellow Exhibitor or visitor which, in the opinion of the Organisers exposes them to annoyance or danger will be prohibited.
Demonstrations. Seller shall comply with any demonstration required for Resource Adequacy Rulings; provided, however, if such demonstrations could interfere with the operations of Seller, Seller shall be entitled to challenge such requirements with the CPUC or other relevant agency. Absent a ruling or other action granting a stay, compliance shall be required pending resolution of the challenge.
Demonstrations. In-store and food service promotions, product demonstrations to the trade and to consumers, and shipment of promotional samples (excluding the cost of the samples themselves). Temporary displays and space rental for displays, such as end-of-aisle and gondola displays. International Trade Shows: Booth fees, freight for samples, booth set-up costs, electricity, furniture rental, and part-time contractors to demonstrate or interpret at the show. Travel is eligible for U.S. Participants only. A photo of the entire booth taken during the show must accompany an expense claim for this activity. International Trade Seminars: Designed to inform industry representatives about U.S. brands and products. This includes site rental, audio-visual rental, interpreters, translation, and duplication of seminar materials. This does not include travel expenses, food and beverage costs, or seminar attendance fees. Part-Time Contractors: Demonstrators, interpreters, translators, and receptionists to assist with promotional activities, such as in-store demonstrations, trade shows, and seminars. Advertising: Production and placement of advertisements in magazines, newspapers, billboards, posters, and direct-mail advertising. Production and placement of television and radio advertising is also eligible. Again, these ads must conform to the U.S. product origin identification requirement and promote the brand approved in the WUSATA FundMatch Program. Coupons are not eligible.
Demonstrations. Upon US Airways' request, subject to GI-Inc's agreement, GI-Inc, at its expense, will provide demonstrations of CTMS Services to CTMS Customers and/or CTMS Agents. GI-Inc will coordinate the content and scheduling of such demonstrations with US Airways.
Demonstrations. (a) Library buildings and grounds are designated as limited public forums, except for those areas designated as nonpublic forums. However, only Li- brary grounds (defined in 2 U.S.C. 167j), not buildings, may be utilized for dem- onstrations, including assembling, marching, picketing, or rallying. In ad- dition, as the need for the determina- tion of other matters arises, the Li- brarian will determine what additional First Amendment activities may not be permitted in a limited public forum. In making such determination, The Li- brarian will consider only whether the intended activity is incompatible with the primary purpose and intended use of that area.
Demonstrations. You agree that the Licensor may use Your Content to demonstrate the functioning of the Software, provided that the Licensor shall not use Your Content as a direct product endorsement.
Demonstrations b. College Classes - promoted by the Council.