Forum OpenACS Q&A: COMDEX Booth?
Pavillion at COMDEX? Zack.
to the people operating the Linux booth, we'd be happy to see some
OpenACS volunteers there! This sounds like a great way for a new
OpenACS community member to jump in and help out!
Here is what I found by communicating with key3media... Greg Haig, am interested in finding out how to get a booth in the Linux Pavillion at COMDEX for the OpenACS community http://openacs.org/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg.tcl?msg_id=0001tS. Do you have any suggestions? This is just a preliminary investigation. Thanks, Zack. Zachari, Thanks for your interest in the Linux Business Expo! There are a variety of ways you can participate in this event. We currently have turnkey exhibit packages for the Embedded Linux Consortium and Linux International as well as straight exhibit space. The ELC package includes a tunkey 10'x10' for $9,000, the LI package includes a turnkey 5'x10' for $5,000 and exhibit space alone is $5,795. Deliverables for each of the packages vary, so I would be happy to go into this further over the telephone. I can be reached at the numbers listed below. Best regards, Rob Mahoney National Sales Manager Key3Media Events 781-433-1629 office 617-216-2592 cell To: <robert.Mahoney@key3media.com> cc: Subject: RE: COMDEX Fall 2001Linux Pavillion O.K. a 10X10 exhibit space is $5795; that is an empty space inside the Linux Pavillion right? What is the deadline for exhibitor registration? Also are there any guidelines or restictions? Yes - a 10'x10' is $5,795.00 which is just an empty footprint -- you bring your own exhibit area. Booths are booked on a first come first serve basis. You can purchase space right on up through show time, however you may not get the one you want. In terms of restrictions in a 10'x'10 - it primarily depends upon location. Nothing can be hung above the exhibit area (banners, balloons, etc.) and side walls can be no higher than 4 feet so that they do not obstruct lines of sight.