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To exhibit at the BLADE show, you must fill out a contract (available by Clicking Here) and return it by email, fax or mail. All contact information is at the bottom of the contract. A $200 deposit is required upon reciept of the contract. If any information is missing, we will not be able to accept the contract. If you have questions, please email email@example.com
New exhibitors will be assigned space on a first come, first served basis. We will reach out to you to tell you where you have been assigned.
When all 2019 spaces are filled, we create a wait list for exhibitors to hold your place in line in the event there is a cancellation or more space becomes available. The wait list is first come, first served. By submitting a contract, you have expressed your interest in space at the BLADE Show, and will be contacted as soon as a spot becomes available. Please note, sending us repeated email requests for updated status is not necessary.
No, table sharing is not allowed. One company per table only.
BLADE show has partnered with Eventsphere to provide discounted hotel room rates for our show exhibitors. CLICK HERE to book travel.
The BLADE Show has designated EventSphere as the ONLY housing provider for the Blade Show 2019. There are fraudulent companies and organizations that will try to present themselves as official partners of BLADE and offer you a potential room that might not be guaranteed or available. Should you be contacted by someone other than EventSphere, please let us know by emailing Blade@eventsphere.com. When booking with Eventsphere while using the online reservation link or calling 855-547-8429 (all coming soon!), you can expect to receive an immediate confirmation e-mail. EventSphere will never call you directly to book a reservation. The only reason EventSphere would call you are: If you called and left a message wanting a returned call, if there is a problem with an existing reservation, or if someone from BLADE Show management requested that EventSphere contact you. For example, “Sarah, with BLADE Show passed along your info…”
An invoice will be emailed to each exhibitor in February 2019. If you have still not received an invoice, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy. Payment terms and methods to provide payment will be outlined on the invoice.
If you require consistent WiFi in order to process credit cards, please consider ordering WiFi from the Cobb.
Yes, if you purchase an exhibitor table, you may sell from it.
An insurance policy is up to your discretion, but it is highly recommended that you are covered at the show. If any products are lost, stolen, or damaged, BLADE Show management is not liable.
THE BLADE SHOW POLICY ON COUNTERFEITING, TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT, AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: The BLADE Show provides a forum for members of the knife community to gather and focus on knives. Designers, makers and manufacturers can showcase their efforts. Consumers, collectors and users can meet firsthand with those on the supply side and conduct hands-on comparison and evaluation of much of what comprises the knife. The protection of intellectual property, including trademarks and trade dress, is critical to preserving a dynamic and innovative knife industry. The BLADE Show is, accordingly, committed to an anti-piracy policy. Exhibitors who are found to be offering counterfeit or “pirated” knives may be subject to any or all of the following: 1. Removal by law enforcement of items proven to be counterfeit or pirated. 2. Legal action by the affected parties, including removal from the Show by law enforcement. 3. Banned from exhibiting at future BLADE shows. The BLADE Show will work with law enforcement, private anti-piracy consultants retained by various exhibitors and all involved to arrive at the most equitable solution to issues involving counterfeit and pirated knives. All exhibitors are encouraged to exercise care to avoid counterfeit and pirated knives. Know the source and integrity of the knives you display.
All exhibitor personnel are required to register. Name badges will be issued and must be worn by registered attendees at all Show functions. Exhibitors are not allowed to issue unauthorized, complimentary or discounted badges to anyone. If Show Management determines name badges have been issued improperly, a registration fee of $200 per person, per day will be assessed and/or the attendee asked to immediately leave the Show, forfeiting all monies previously paid. Badge information and registration will be sent in April 2019 along with allotted badges per space rental.