• 1
    Small Ruminant Program
    This program provides educational opportunities and technical training and guidance to goat and sheep producers throughout the state of Florida.
  • 1
    Small Ruminant Program
    This program provides educational opportunities and technical training and guidance to goat and sheep producers throughout the state of Florida.
  • 1
    Small Ruminant Program
    This program provides educational opportunities and technical training and guidance to goat and sheep producers throughout the state of Florida.
  • 1
    Small Ruminant Program
    This program provides educational opportunities and technical training and guidance to goat and sheep producers throughout the state of Florida.
  • 1
    Small Ruminant Program
    This program provides educational opportunities and technical training and guidance to goat and sheep producers throughout the state of Florida.
  • 1
    Small Ruminant Program
    This program provides educational opportunities and technical training and guidance to goat and sheep producers throughout the state of Florida.
  • 1
    Small Ruminant Program
    This program provides educational opportunities and technical training and guidance to goat and sheep producers throughout the state of Florida.
  • 1
    Small Ruminant Program
    This program provides educational opportunities and technical training and guidance to goat and sheep producers throughout the state of Florida.
  • 1
    Small Ruminant Program
    This program provides educational opportunities and technical training and guidance to goat and sheep producers throughout the state of Florida.
  • 1
    Small Ruminant Program
    This program provides educational opportunities and technical training and guidance to goat and sheep producers throughout the state of Florida.
  • 1
    Small Ruminant Program
    This program provides educational opportunities and technical training and guidance to goat and sheep producers throughout the state of Florida.

Exhibitors and Vendors Rules and Regulations

Exhibitors' and Vendors Cancellation and Refund Policy:

Cancellations of tabletop rental must be made in writing and mailed to Ms. Joy Dixon no later than one month before the conference to receive a 75% refund. There will be no refunds made for cancellations after August 15th, 2010. Ms. Dixon's contact information is below:

Florida A&M Univeristy
Research and Extension Center
c/o Ms. Joy Dixon
4259 Bainbridge Highway
Quincy, FL 32303
Phone: 1-850-875-8555
Fax: 1-850-875-8558
Email: joy1.dixon@famu.edu

Setup and Dismantling Exhibits Policy:
Installations of exhibits may begin at the time indicated on the schedule below. No exhibitor or vendor shall have the right to pack and or remove materials prior to the closing of the conference. All items left in the exhibit hall after dismantling hours will be disposed of or handled at the organizer's discretion. The exhibitor or vendor must leave space in the same condtion as it was upon arrival.

Display Setup and Dismantling Times:

Activity Date Time
Setup Exhibit 9/12/10 2:pm - 5:00pm
Dismantle Time 9/14/10 8:00pm - 9:00pm


Exhibitors' and Vendors' Conference Requirements:

Exhibitors and vendors must wear the official conference badge with his/her name and organization upon entering the hall for conference events. All conference attendees, including exhibitors and vendors, must be registered participants of the conference. One complimentary registration is included with each booth or tabletop rental.

Exhibitors' and Vendors' Security:

The exhibit hall will be secured during hours that the conference is closed. Security will be on duty to patrol the area periodically during the night. However, exhibitors and vendors should remove small portable items of value and personal items each evening before leaving the facility. Furthermore, exhibitors and vendors should make sure their items of value are insured before bringing them to the event. If you will require extra security, an additional fee for your rental space may apply. For more information, please contact Ms. Joy Dixon at 1-850-875-8555 or joy1.dixon@famu.edu.

Exhibitors' and Vendors' General Conduct and Behavior:

The general rule on the exhibit floor is to "Be a Good Neighbor." No exhibit should interfere with the general view or rights of any other display. No exhibit shall extend beyond the official floor plan dimensions or into an aisle to prevent the exhibit space from being accessible to persons with disabilities. Except with special permission, exhibit materials placed along the side rails in the front 6 feet of the booth may not exceed 4 feet in height. Exhibit materials on tabletop displays may not extend beyond the tabletop dimensions of 8 feet in length or 48 inches in width. No exhibitor or vendor can change or move the arrangement of their table top or booth (this includes the drapes that will be used in the booth areas).
Audio and video devices operated in an objectable manner in the opinion of the conference organizers may be prohibited. Booth or tabletop noises must not interfere with the conversation of other exhibitors, vendors or attendees.

Exhibit Hall Regulations:

Alcoholic Beverages - Due to state and city law, the following methods with apply with regards to the sale and/or service of alcoholic beverages within the Civic Center facilities. Under no circumstances will alcoholic beverages be purchased from outside of the Civic Center for give-a-way, sale or consumption on the Civic Center premises. Civic Center policy prohibits brown-bagging in any form on the premises or within the facility. Civic Center policy also prohibits surcharges on alcoholic beverages for the purpose of profit to the lessee.alcoholic beverages can only be consumed if purchased on the premises from a cash bar or hosted bar. However, there will be no alcohol sold at this event.

Food - No food can be sold on the Civic Center premises either by a vendor, exhibitor or attendees Food can only be provided as samples. Catering food services is provided within the Civic Center facilities.

Liability Insurance:

Liability insurance to exhibit at this facility, but the Civic Center you prefers that you have your own insurance policy.

Cancellation or Postponement of the Conference:

In the event of fire, strikes, riots, civil commotion, acts of God, war, terrorism, epidemics and other unavoidable circumstances rendering it impossible or impractical for any reason for the organizers to host this event, the vendors or exhibitors, shall be released from the contract. In such event, all payments made by the exhibitors or vendors for exhibit space shall be returned minus any expenses incurred by the organizer on behalf of the exhibitor.

Facility Accessibility:

The Leon County Civic Center is ADA compliant and welcomes guests with disabilities and coordinators representing groups with disabilities. There are handicap parking spaces close to the building and they are on a first come basis. For more information on accessible seating and handicap parking, please call the Civic Center ox Office at 1-850-222-0400 or 1-800-322-3602. The Civic Center Box Office hours are Monday - Friday 10:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.