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The National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show (NRA Show) is open to trade only and not open to the public. Individuals must be directly involved in the foodservice or lodging industry to attend or exhibit. Solicitation of any kind by non-exhibitors is strictly prohibited.
No one under 16 years of age will be permitted on the NRA Show floor at any time regardless of affiliation or circumstances. This includes infants and toddlers. Absolutely no strollers or infant carriers (worn or carried) are permitted at any time on the NRA Show floor. Children ages 16 to 18 years of age are permitted only if accompanied by an adult at all times. The National Restaurant Association reserves the right to request proof of age from any one at any time. This rule is strictly enforced and there are no exceptions to this policy. This rule applies to all exhibitors and attendees. Registration of anyone under 16 years of age is unauthorized and in violation of these policies.
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“Suitcasing” refers to the practice of attending a trade show but “working the aisles” from a suitcase or briefcase, soliciting business from other attendees and exhibitors. For the good of the show and the exhibitors supporting the show, the only legitimate place to conduct business during show hours is within a contracted exhibit space on the show floor. Exhibiting companies are encouraged to protect their investment and report any violations to NRA Show management. Attendees observed soliciting business in the aisles or other public spaces, or in another company’s booth, will be ejected from the NRA Show and may be banned from future events at the NRA’s sole discretion.
Promotions, Recordings and Image Usage
By registering for NRA Show, you acknowledge and agree that your image and/or name may be used by the NRA in any of its own promotions and in registered publishing, broadcast and cable media, without charge or obligation. This includes on- and off-camera interviews conducted by registered media and/or NRA Show personnel.
By registering for NRA Show you may receive email promotion from exhibitors. If you opt out during the registration process your email will be removed from 2016 exhibitor marketing promotions; your email will not be removed from NRA Show promotions.
NRA prohibits the use of personal cameras and mobile recording devices on the exhibit floor and at all sessions and speaker presentations. NRA hires professional photographers/videographers to capture images of the Show in compliance with data protection & privacy laws. NRA may edit and use these images for administrative and promotional activities in the ordinary course of our business. Unauthorized photography of any exhibit or product is prohibited and may result in the confiscation of film, memory cards and cameras as well as expulsion from the NRA Show. Registered press must check in at the on-site Press Center and declare intentions to photograph and/or film the NRA Show.
Individuals are responsible for securing their own hotel accommodations. Cancellation of hotel reservations and/or any travel expenses incurred are the sole responsibility of each individual.
By registering for NRA Show you authorize the NRA to charge your credit card account the applicable fees for the registrations processed during this online session. Cancellation of your registration must be done in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Refunds are only given for cancellations received by April 8, 2016.