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Shipping and Storage

Shipping
Champion Exposition ServicesDisclaimer is responsible for handling the move-in and move-out of all materials and equipment.

Champion will accept shipments at its warehouse until Wednesday, March 20. Advanced shipments should be addressed to:

Name of exhibiting company/booth#
ICEID
c/o Champion/Yellow Freight Systems
50 Pounds Drive
Tucker, GA 30084

Direct shipments to the Hyatt Regency Atlanta will be accepted beginning Thursday, March 21. ICEID and Champion cannot guarantee the arrival of goods shipped to arrive at the hotel before this date. Direct shipments should be addressed to:

Name of exhibiting company/booth#
ICEID
c/o Champion Exposition Services
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
265 Peachtree Street, NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

Security
ICEID will provide 24-hour security beginning with the first day of move-in and continuing until the exhibit hall is vacated. The ICEID and the Hyatt Regency Atlanta are not responsible for any loss of or damage to exhibitor property.

Exhibitor appointed contractors
Exhibitors may appoint a contractor for installation and dismantling services and specialty consultants such as computer programming firms. All other services must be performed by the official contractors.

A notification form will be included in the Exhibitor Service Manual. Notification on the exhibiting company’s letterhead is also accepted.

The nonofficial contractor must: 1) mail (facsimiles are not acceptable) an ORIGINAL insurance certificate to ICEID Show Management in the amount of $1,000,000 liability to include general liability and property damage and showing full coverage for installation and dismantling days (these insurance policies will be verified); 2) submit the name, in writing, no later than February 1, 2002, of the on-site supervisor; 3) check in at the labor entrance upon arrival at the convention center to redeem their badges and all work passes for their crew; 4) use officially designated ICEID suppliers and not sub-contract to other vendors; 5) design their work schedule to conform to the official installation and dismantling hours; 6) not solicit business from exhibitors, on site or during the exposition, including, but not limited to, posting of signs and setting up service desks; 7) agree to abide by all ICEID rules, regulations, and instructions provided to the exhibitor; and 8) cooperate with the official contractor and not interfere with the timely construction of the exposition.

 

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