Tear Down Sample Clauses

Tear Down. The exhibitor shall not dismantle its display or begin tear-down prior to the close of Marketplace 2022 at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, September 13, 2022. Exhibitors agree that premature tear-down detracts from the overall merit of the show. In the event an exhibitor begins to tear down prior to the published close time of the show, exhibitor may forfeit all accumulated points used for booth selection in future NAPEO shows and/or may be denied the opportunity to exhibit with NAPEO in future shows. Exhibitor agrees to dismantle its display as soon as practical after the end of Marketplace 2022. Exhibitor further agrees to indemnify and hold NAPEO harmless against any and all claims which may arise by virtue of damage to the premises caused by exhibitor’s display. Exhibitor personnel must remain in the exhibit area until the exhibitor’s display materials are secured. All products should be securely packed before leaving the exhibit. NAPEO and the Official Exhibit Decorating Firm cannot assume responsibility for any exhibit materials left unattended in the exhibit hall during move-out. In no event shall an exhibitor allow its display materials to remain in the exhibit areas after 10:00 am on September 14, 2022. If such display or materials remain on the premises after such time, NAPEO may remove same, and exhibitor shall be liable for any fees and agrees to pay all costs for dismantling and storage. NAPEO shall not be liable for any damage to the display or materials due to their removal or storage.
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Tear Down. Tear down/Dismantle from the Showcase will occur during the lunch break on Monday, August 3. Demonstrations will then be moved to the Innovation Showcase Pavilion on the main demo floor (see #4).
Tear Down. Exhibitor is required to remain on display through the final hour of the show on the final date of the show. Exhibitors who tear down prior to this time will not be invited to attend and participate in future Willamette Valley Pro- ductions events.
Tear Down. The Xxxxxx Xxxx Xxxx Foundation (KJWF) is a non-profit organization with a 501(c)(3) status: Tax ID #47-108801. I acknowledge by my execution hereof that KJWF and its Board of Directors disclaim any and all liability for any and all statements, actions, omissions, or claims made by exhibitors regarding their marketing efforts and booth activities. Business/Organization/Vendor: Mailing Address: City: State: Zip: Phone Contacts: (Office): (Cell) Email Address: Contact Person: Title: Authorized Signature: Date: I hereby release from liability and agree to indemnify and hold harmless the Xxxxxx Xxxx Xxxx Foundation, and any of its employees, agents or volunteers representing or related to the foundation, for any liability in connection with Xxxxxx’s Karnival & Silent Auction Fundraiser. This release is for any and all liability for personal injuries (including death) and property losses or damage occasioned by, or in connection with the Karnival. To guarantee your booth space at Xxxxxx’s Karnival & Silent Auction Fundraiser, please return this form with your payment to the Kenadi Xxxx Xxxx Foundation, PO Box 1192, Spearfish, SD 57783 by June 1, 2019 Please copy this agreement for your records. Booth Opportunity One (1) 10’ x 10’ Booth Space Booth includes: 10’ x 10’ Tent and one 8’ Table. Booth does not include: Chairs. Please bring your own camp or folding chair. Should your booth have any additional requirements (space, tables, power…) please notify the KJWF at the time of your booth area request. Exhibitors must staff their booths for the entire duration of Xxxxxx’s Karnival. Exhibitors may bring in volunteers to assist in staffing their booth, however all volunteers within exhibitor booths must be 15 years of age or older. Exhibitors will be required to purchase a ticket for children under the age of 15 who accompany them or their volunteer staff. Please note event times when scheduling volunteers for you booth.
Tear Down. All booth displays and merchandise must be removed from the grounds after closing on Saturday evening June 6, 2015, without exceptions.
Tear Down. Tear down/Dismantle from the Showcase will occur during the lunch break on Wednesday, February 9. Demonstrations will then be moved to Tek Stadium (see #4).
Tear Down. The Vendor shall ensure that the food booth or cart is dismantled and clear of all food service equipment, inventory, and all trash by 11:00 a.m. on Monday following closing on 7th weekend of The Festival, subject only to such delays as are caused by acts of God, strikes, fire or other causes beyond the Vendors reasonable control, excluding intemperate weather. Equipment or other property not removed by the aforementioned deadline shall be deemed to be abandoned and may at the Company's option, become the property of the Company. The Vendor shall otherwise reimburse the Company for any and all costs and fees incurred in removing and/or storing any equipment or property, including a reasonable charge for overhead. Each Vendor booth or cart site will be inspected on Monday following close of The Festival, and if it is determined that the site was not left in acceptable condition or items were erroneously left behind, the Vendor will forfeit its Refundable Clean-up Deposit without any further notice of the Company, and may be prohibited from participation in the Festival in the future.
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