Terms and Conditions/ Privacy Policy/ Cookie Policy/ Code of Conduct Policy





By using the Site and registering for the SECO 2024 Congress, I agree that I have read this Terms and Conditions of Use Agreement (“Terms of Use” or “Agreement”) and policies in its entirety, fully understand its terms, and have agreed to its terms freely and voluntarily without any inducement, assurance, or guarantee being made to me. I intend for my SECO 2024 Congress registration to be a complete and unconditional release of liability to the greatest extent allowed by law for all persons I have registered, including my minor child(ren). SECO reserves the right to change these Terms of Use and policies. The current “Terms and Conditions of Use Agreement” will always be posted on the Site and you may view it at any time through the link at the bottom of any public page of the Site.

COVID-19 Waiver of Liability / Assumption of the Risk at the SECO 2024 Congress

In consideration for being allowed to attend the 2024 Congress, you hereby acknowledge, agree and represent as follows:

I am aware that the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has been declared a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC). I understand COVID-19 is extremely contagious and is believed to spread mainly from person-to-person contact when an infected person coughs or sneezes, and exposure to contaminated objects. I am aware that millions of COVID-19 cases have been confirmed throughout the United States, including in the State of Georgia. I acknowledge that the circumstances regarding COVID-19 are changing from day to day and that, accordingly, the CDC guidelines are periodically modified and updated, and I accept fully responsibility for familiarizing myself with the most recent updates at www.cdc.gov.

I am also aware that:

  • The Federal, State, and Local governments and government agencies recommend social distancing and other safeguard steps to prevent the spread.
  • The CDC has further recommended that certain individuals with underlying health conditions avoid public gatherings altogether.
  • SECO International, LLC has put in place preventative measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, and other viruses or bacteria, and has contracted with the Georgia World Congress Center to take necessary precautions required by the CDC to cause their facility to be safe.

However, I understand neither the SECO International, LLC nor the Georgia World Congress Center can guarantee that I will not become infected with COVID-19, or any other virus or bacteria while in attendance at the SECO 2024 Event.

By agreeing to these terms and conditions/policies by checking the box during the registration process and completing your registration to attend the SECO 2024 Congress, I acknowledge that there is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19, and potentially other unknown viruses or bacteria, in any public space where people are present. This exposure could result in loss or damage, illness, disability, or death.

By attending the Event:

  • I voluntarily ASSUME ALL RISK AND AGREE NOT TO SUE the SECO International, LLC organization nor the Georgia World Congress Center.
  • I further agree to release, hold harmless, indemnify and defend SECO International, LLC and the Georgia World Congress Center and their employees, officers, directors, staff, contractors, agents vendors, volunteers, invitees, next of kin, successors and/or assigns from and against all claims and agree not to sue for any property damage, or any injury to, or any illness or the death of loss, damages, or liability resulting from exposure to COVID-19, or any other virus or bacteria.
  • I also agree to abide by any safety rules issued by SECO International, LLC before the Event or at the Georgia World Congress Center (e.g., wearing a mask in public areas, engaging in social distancing at all times during the Event, not attending a function if ill, and washing your hands before participating in any planned function).
  • I am aware that by agreeing to this agreement I am giving up legal rights, including the rights to recover damages from the SECO International, LLC organization and the Georgia World Congress Center. I further agree that this Waiver and Assumption of the Risk agreement in full is binding on my family, my heirs and my next of kin.

Intellectual Property and Use of Site. The entire content and design of the Site, including all trademarks, logos, tradenames, documents, databases, graphic representations, and other information, are the property of SECO, and are used by SECO with permission, and protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws, whether or not a notice of copyright, trademark, or other proprietary rights appears on the screen displaying the information. You may not copy, distribute, transmit, display, perform, reproduce, publish, license, create derivative works from, transfer, or sell any information, software, products or services obtained from the materials at this Site for any public or commercial purpose. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of the Site may save and use information contained on the Site only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of the Site information may be made without prior written permission of SECO which may be requested by contacting SECO at info@secostaff.com. If you breach any of these Terms, your authorization to use this Site automatically terminates and you must immediately destroy any downloaded or printed materials.

The material on this Site and during the SECO 2024 Congress is furnished for continuing education and reference purposes only. It does not constitute the practice of optometry or medicine, nor should it be relied upon for dealing with a specific medical or health condition. You should consult a qualified eye care professional for advice about a specific condition.

Use of Software. If you download software from this Site (“Software”), use of the Software is subject to the license terms in the Software License Agreement that accompanies or is provided with the Software. You may not download or install the Software until you have read and accepted the terms of the Software License Agreement.

User Submissions. Any material, information or other communication you transmit or post to this Site or on SECO’s social media sites will be considered non-confidential and non-proprietary (“Communications”) other than personally identifiable information, which is covered under the SECO Online Privacy Statement. SECO will have no responsibilities with respect to the Communications. SECO and its designees will be free to copy, disclose, distribute, incorporate and otherwise use the Communications and all data, images, sounds, text, and other things embodied therein for any and all commercial or non-commercial purposes. You are prohibited from posting or transmitting to or from this Site as well as our social media sites any unlawful, threatening, libelous, defamatory, obscene, pornographic, or other material that would violate any law.

Photo and Video Recording. Recording or live streaming content delivered in the education courses at SECO 2024 is prohibited. If there is a violation of this policy, the individual will be removed from the event and no education credit or refund will be provided (if applicable). Participants are not permitted to take photos or shoot video where it is unsafe or disruptive, such as in doorways, escalators, fire exits, expo floor aisles, hallways, sidewalks, etc. Not complying with a request to move or stop capturing content could result in participant’s removal.

SECO hires professional photographers and videographers for SECO 2024 that are authorized by SECO to take photos, videos, or make other recordings of attendees at SECO 2024 events, or of people participating in functions or activities related to SECO 2024 (“Recordings”). Your attendance at SECO 2024 constitutes your agreement that SECO may make and use the Recordings in the future for any purpose, including without limitation, commercial, marketing, publicity, promotions, advertising, educational or other purposes. By registering for SECO 2024, you, on behalf of yourself and your Guests, expressly consent and agree to allow SECO to make and use the Recordings, which may include you, your family members, or other Guests (including individuals under the age of 18), in all media formats worldwide for whatever purposes SECO deems appropriate. You acknowledge and agree that SECO shall own all intellectual property rights arising in connection with the Recordings, and that neither you nor your Guests shall receive (or be entitled to receive) any royalties or other compensation from SECO for any use of the Recordings.


Effective as of January 1, 2022

This website is owned by SECO International, LLC .

Our postal address is:

SECO International

4661 N. Shallowford Road

Atlanta, GA 30338

Contact us at:

Email: info@secostaff.com

Phone: 770-451-8206

General Information

The Southern Council of Optometrists/SECO International, LLC ("SECO") is committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal information. We want to share with you how we treat personal information about you that we receive in connection with this Website.

This policy applies to all customers of SECO, who include but are not limited to, our show exhibitors, show visitors, conference visitors, customer inquiries, speakers, press, and other individuals with whom SECO maintains business relationships or communications.

Information Collected and its Use

We collect two types of information about our customers:

Traffic Data is anonymous information that does not personally identify you but is helpful to improve your experience on the Site and to track site usage. We may also use “cookies” to customize content specific to your interests, to ensure that you do not see the same promotional content repeatedly and to store your password (if one is required to be issued) so you do not have to re-enter it each time you visit the Site. We automatically track and collect this information when you visit our Site, which includes your: (i) IP address; (ii) domain server; (iii) type of computer; and (iv) type of web browser (collectively "Traffic Data").

Personal Information is information that personally identifies you. It includes but is not limited to Contact Data (name, address, company name, company address, phone number, fax number and email address), Financial Data (payment information when purchases are made), and Demographic Data (age, gender, type and size of practice, etc.). We may require you to provide us with “Personal Information” in order for you to access certain specialized services and/or to purchase products offered at the Site, as well as registration for the annual SECO Congress. If you communicate with us by email, or complete survey forms online, any information you provide may be collected as Personal Information.

The information we collect is used to improve the content of our website, used to notify consumers about updates to our website and used by us to contact consumers for marketing purposes.

If you register for or inquire about a SECO congress or online course, you may receive periodic mailings or emails from us with information on new products and services or upcoming events. We may also share the information you have provided us with others for convention-related purposes. Please refer to the Physician Payment Sunshine Act regarding information shared as required by the federal government. If you do not wish us to share that information, please check the box provided for that purpose when completing the registration process.

We may use Contact Data to send you information about SECO or our products or services, or promotional material, or to contact you when necessary. We may use your Financial Data to verify your qualifications for certain products or services and to bill you for products and services. We may use your Demographic Data to customize and tailor your experience on the Site, displaying content that may interest you according to your preferences.

NAO Member Free Registration Program Terms and Conditions

By accepting a free NAO member registration package for SECO 2024, you acknowledge and agree that your personal information, including your name, company name (if provided), address, and email address, will be shared with the sponsor(s) of this event for marketing purposes.  Your participation in this event constitutes consent for the sharing of your information with the sponsor(s) for marketing purposes. You have the right to withdraw this consent at any time. If you wish to opt-out of your data being shared with sponsors, please submit an email notification to info@secostaff.com and include your registration number or full name and email address.  Please note that the sponsor(s) are separate entities from the event organizers and may have their own privacy policies regarding the use of your information.  Thank you for your understanding and participation in the free NAO member registration promotion at SECO 2024.

Physician Payment Sunshine Act

The Physician Sunshine Act 6002 of the Affordable Care Act (P.L.111-148 (2010)) (“the Sunshine Act”), requires eye product manufacturers to report attendance registration information for any SECO continuing education program, including courses and/or meals or other items of value which are supported (in whole or in part) by grant funding from such companies, SECO’s sponsors in the pharmaceutical and device industries have asked SECO to assist them in gathering this information. In honoring these requests, SECO will attempt to gather and provide its sponsors with the information required by the Sunshine Act. To best facilitate this process, companies covered by the Sunshine Act should ensure that their National Provider Identifier (NPI) number is correct in the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES) and that the address used for registration is the same as the primary office address reported to the states and to the NPI database.

As a part of SECO’s commitment to complying with relevant legal requirements, we regret that meals cannot be provided to healthcare professionals licensed in the states of Massachusetts, Minnesota, or Vermont, or who are affiliated with any state or federal institution that prohibits the acceptance of meals at industry-sponsored events. Alternative options are available to attendees that are licensed in one of these states, affiliated with any such institution or simply prefer to not accept a reportable meal during the Symposium Series.

Use of Cookies

A "cookie" is a piece of data stored on your hard drive containing non-personally identifiable information about you. We may use cookies in order to collect certain information about you, such as IP addresses (e.g., whether you are logged on from a .com, .gov, or .edu domain), domain names (the Internet address of a computer), and the type of computer and operating system being used. We may also use cookies to identify your computer when you revisit our Website, to recall your authentication information, or to track statistical information related to navigation throughout the Website. We may collect such information in order to better operate the Website so as to enhance your experience while using the Website, and to share with advertisers to provide you with a more personalized visit to the Website. Usage of a cookie is in no way linked to any personal information while on our Website.

Depending on the type of browser you are using, your browser may be set to alert you of cookies. You do not have to accept all cookies sent to you by this Website; however, depending on the particular cookie you reject, you may not be able to use some of the features of this Website. To disable all cookies, follow the instructions for the type of browser you are using.


SECO does not sell email addresses. SECO will not share its list(s) of email addresses with third parties, except when asked to do so by law, regulation or government request, or on a restricted basis with SECO contractors fulfilling obligations directly related to SECO activities.

We may contact you by email to confirm purchases, enrollment to services, or to check the accuracy of the information you provide. We may also send you notices about special offers, new products, services, promotions, and other similar information. We may also send emails on behalf of third-party companies. When we contact you by email, all email campaigns from SECO will contain instructions and/or hyper-links to Opt-In or Opt-Out (unsubscribe) of our email lists.

Security of Information and Disclosures

SECO uses reasonable security measures to safeguard information concerning, and submitted by, users like you. Despite the security measures employed by SECO, you should be aware that it is impossible to guarantee absolute security with respect to information sent through the Internet.

SECO will, to the extent possible, control your personal information, and, except as otherwise set forth in this Privacy Policy, we will not disclose your personal information to third parties. Although we are committed to maintaining the confidentiality of your personal information, if required by law, we reserve the right to disclose such information without first obtaining your consent.

Lost or Stolen Information

For those who are registered to use the site for specialized services or to purchase products, you must promptly notify us if your credit card, user name or password is lost, stolen or used without permission. In such an event, we will cancel that credit card number, user name or password and update our records accordingly.

Other Limits to Your Privacy

The Site contains links to other websites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites. Please understand that any information that is disclosed in these areas becomes subject to the privacy policies and practices of those site. We have no control over its use and you should exercise caution when deciding to disclose your personal information.

Children’s Privacy

This children's privacy statement explains our practices with respect to the online collection and use of personal information from children under the age of 13 and provides important information on your rights under federal law with respect to such information.

  1. We do NOT knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13 as part of the Site. If we become aware that we have inadvertently received personally identifiable information from a user under the age of 13 as part of the Site, we will delete such information from our records.
  2. Because we do not collect any personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13 as part of the Site, we also do NOT knowingly distribute such information to third parties.
  3. We do NOT knowingly allow children under the age of 13 to publicly post or otherwise distribute personally identifiable contact information through the Site.
  4. Because we do not collect any personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13 as part of the Site, we do NOT condition the participation in the Site's online activities of a child under 13 on providing personally identifiable information.


If you have any questions or concerns about your customer information or your request to opt-out of communications from SECO or if you would like to review the information we’ve collected about you, please call or write us using the contact information above. We will accept, implement and maintain any customer request to opt out of future communication.

Indemnity of Liability

SECO International, LLC reserves the right to cancel the SECO 2024 Congress without penalty, and accepts no liability for damages, financial or otherwise, incurred as the result of cancellation. SECO International, LLC will refund fees paid to SECO in the event of cancellation of the SECO 2024 Congress. Attendees are responsible for their safety in transit to and from this event, and all costs and risks are assumed under arranging travel (travel and lodging costs, etc.) Vendors, speakers, and supplies of this event do not necessarily represent the views, opinions or policies of SECO International, LLC.


SECO has provided directories of information and links to other internet sites only for the convenience of users, and is not responsible for the materials, activities or content of other sites. SECO does not endorse, warrant or guarantee any products or services described or offered at these companies, addresses or websites.

Also, please bear in mind that use of this Website is governed by the Terms of Use posted on the Website. As noted in those Terms of Use, although we operate internationally, SECO is a corporation organized under the laws of the State of Georgia, in which SECO has its headquarters. SECO expressly excludes any representation or warranty, express or implied, with respect to the information available on this Website. SECO makes no representation about any third-party websites that may be accessed via links from this Website. By using this Website, you agree that the laws of the State of Georgia, without regard to its conflict of laws principles, will govern all matters between you and SECO with respect to your use of this Website.

SECO reserves the right to modify these terms and conditions/policies at any time without prior notice. Your continued use of this website shall constitute your acceptance of the privacy policy. Policy revisions only apply to information gathered as of the effective date of the revised policy, unless we give you notice and choice as to the changes in use, in which case all information is subject to the new policy.

Code of Conduct Policy  (SECO 2024 Congress)

As a professional organization, the Southern Council of Optometrists, Inc./SECO International, LLC (“Association”) is dedicated to providing a safe, harassment-free, and inclusive experience for all participants at all Association-organized events and has a zero-tolerance policy for harassment of participants in any form. Participants include but are not limited to Association employees, volunteers, members, attendees, guests, staff, speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, vendors, etc. An Association-organized event includes business at the Association office, SECO International Annual Congress Meeting, official social events such as receptions, membership meetings, board meetings, committee meetings, and any other event for which participants are asked to RSVP or register through the Association.

Harassment includes but is not limited to offensive comments or gestures related to gender, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, ethnicity, or religion. Harassment also includes but is not limited to intimidation, bullying, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sexual images in public spaces, sustained disruption of presentation or other event, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention. Harassment can occur in real or virtual space, including social media related to an Association-organized event.

If you observe or experience harassing behavior that you believe is in violation of the Code of Conduct, please report the incident immediately to the SECO office at (770) 451-8206 and ask to speak to the Executive Director regarding an incident of harassment. The Association will take every complaint seriously and the Executive Committee will investigate each complaint promptly, thoroughly, and impartially. All complaints will be handled as confidentially as possible. The Association reserves the right to determine, in its sole discretion, whether any behavior at any Association-organized event is unacceptable and in violation of this Code of Conduct. In the event that it is determined that an individual has violated this Code of Conduct or has otherwise engaged in conduct that is deemed to be improper, prejudicial, or detrimental, the Association reserves the right to discipline such individual, including but not limited to (1) removing any such individual from the event or meeting with no refund of any fees paid, and/or (2) barring any individual from attending future Association events or meetings.

The Association shall have no liability whatsoever arising out of its interpretation and enforcement of the Code of Conduct 2024


February 26 – March 2, 2025

  1. AGREEMENT By signing the Application to Contract for Exhibit Space (hereinafter referred to as “Exhibit Contract” or “Agreement”), Exhibitor agrees to abide by these Terms & Conditions and allamendments thereto and decisions of Show Management, which are hereby incorporated by reference. Any matters not specifically addressed herein shall be subject solely to the decision of Show management. This Agreement is non-assignable by Exhibitor and any attempt to assign this Agreement is void and shall constitute default. For purposes of this Agreement, the term “Show Management” shall mean SECO International, LLC, and its respective directors, officers, and staff. The term “exhibit hall” shall mean the assigned facilities in the Georgia World Congress Center (hereinafter referred to as “GWCC”). The term “Exhibitor” shall mean any company, firm, or person who has applied for or been allocated any space at the Exhibition. The term “Show” shall mean the collection of exhibits displayed in the exhibit hall at the annual event hosted by SECO International, LLC. The Exhibit Space Contract will not become binding until executed by an authorized representative of Show Management. Together these terms, rules, and regulations become a license for Exhibitor to use the assigned The exhibitor agrees to fully abide by all terms of this license.

The SECO 2025 Space Rate

  • Contracts signed BEFORE 11:59 PM on April 30, 2024, the space rate is $31/sq.ft. for Standard Booth Spaces and $32/sq.ft. for Premium Booth Spaces.
  • Contracts signed AFTER 11:59 PM on April 30, 2024, the space rate is $35/sq.ft. for Standard Booth Spaces and $36/sq.ft. for Premium Booth Spaces.
  • There is a $300 Corner Premium charge per Corner.
  • Booth Fee includes pipe and drape, ID Sign, and promotion of your company to SECO attendees.
  • A 25% deposit must accompany a completed application. 100% payment is due by September 1, 2024.
  1. EXHIBITOR’S AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE Exhibitor must name an authorized representative in connection with installation, operation, and removal of exhibit. The representative shall be authorized toenter such service contracts as may be necessary and for which the Exhibitor shall be responsible. Exhibitors shall assume responsibility for representatives being in attendance throughout all Show periods and for keeping the exhibit neat, manned, and orderly
  1. OFFICIAL ON-SITE PUBLICATIONS Any Exhibitor whose fees are not paid in full by September 1, 2024, will not be listed in official on-site
  1. UNDESIRABLE ACTIVITIES If Show Management decides Exhibitor is engaged in activities or is displaying any items (products or services) contrary to the best interests of Show, or the best interest ofoptometry or this event, or which appear to be unethical or a breach of law, at Show Management’s sole discretion. Show Management may rearrange or remove such articles or cancel entirely any allocation of space, without liability for refund or abate the exhibit space charge paid or due hereunder, and without liability for any other damages caused by such action. Infractions of the spirit of these terms, rules, and regulations by a current or potential Exhibitor may be considered whether to accept anapplication from such Exhibitor seeking to exhibit at any SECO International, LLC Only Exhibitorsare permitted to display, solicit prospects, sell products/services, or participate in Show. Non-exhibitingcompanies loaning or making available their product to another company who is exhibiting will not beallowed to list its name in official on-site publications or have signage or promotion of itsproducts/services in paid exhibitor’s booth.
  1. SPACE ASSIGNMENTS Show Management shall use its best efforts to locate the Booth in one of the locations designated by Exhibitor on Exhibit Contract. Notwithstanding the above, Show Managementreserves the right to change location assignments at any time, as it may in its sole discretion deemnecessary for the benefit of the entire
  1. SPACE RENTAL Exhibitor fee includes an exhibit space as defined on show floor plan and a two-line floor marker showing Exhibitor’s company name and booth number. Only one company name per booth will be listed on booth sign and in official on-site publications, except in those cases where a company has a division. In such cases, Exhibitor will be required to submit a letter and evidence showing that other company is a division of parent company. Show Management shall not have any liability for any losses (in contract, tort, warranty or otherwise) incurred in connection with any typographical errors or other inaccuracies, such as in Exhibitor’s name, address, phone number or e- mail address, which mayultimately appear in any Show Management poster, slide, or other event material).
  1. USE OF DISPLAY SPACE Exhibitor shall not obstruct view of adjacent booths. All displays shall be placed in such a way as not to extend beyond half the depth of the booth from the back wall and along both There must be no less than 10 linear feet of space, occupied or vacant, between both endsof a backwall configuration to avoid violating Rule 7 sightlines. In all cases, the decision of ShowManagement shall be final regarding obstructions of any kind that may inhibit aisle traffic from seeing a booth from the center of the aisle to at least 10 feet forward. Exhibitor’s display wall(s) placed along the edge of a booth shall not be placed in a position that obstructs the view of the adjacent exhibitor’s booth. A minimum of 10’ distance between an exhibitor’s wall(s) and the adjacent booths shall be required to ensure sightlines are not obstructed. Exhibitor shall not assign or sublet any allocated space, in whole or part, unless prior written consent is obtained from Show Management. If Show Management finds that such activity exists, Exhibitor will forfeit their opportunity to participate in current or future SECO International shows. All exhibit specifications will be in accordance with the International Association of Exhibits (IAEE) Guidelines for displays and regulations. All line-of-sight rules will beenforced.
  1. INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL Show Management reserves the right to fix the time for booth installation prior to event opening and for removal after conclusion of Show. Any space not claimed by 3 hours prior to opening time of the first day of the Show may be resold or reassigned without
  1. EARLY REMOVAL OF EXHIBIT NOT ALLOWED No exhibit shall be packed, removed, or dismantledprior to closing of Show without written permission from Show If the Exhibitor acts inbreach of this provision it shall pay, as compensation for distraction to Exhibition’s appearance, an amount equal to 1/3 of total space charge for Exhibitor’s allocated area, in addition to all sums otherwise due under this Agreement. Additionally, breach of this provision could result in the loss of the Exhibitor’s participation in future SECO International trade shows. A. For security reasons, any equipment removed from the exhibit facility prior to official closing of the Show shall require a special pass issued by Show Management. B. All of Exhibitor’s booth and other items must be removed, at their expense, from the building at the end of the event no later than the time published by ShowManagement. Exhibitors will be liable for storage and handling charges resulting from failure to removematerials at the end of installation and dismantling periods.
  1. PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES No cooking may take place in Exhibitor’s space and no food and/or beverage products may be distributed by Exhibitors without written authorization from the Georgia World Congress Center. The Georgia World Congress Center holds the alcoholic beverage licenses for the GWCC. No beer or wine may be served by Exhibitors without prior written permission from Show Management and under no circumstances may intoxicating liquor be distributed in the exhibit hall by any Exhibitor. All demonstrations, promotions, sales activities, surveys, and distribution of circulars and promotional material must be confined to the limits of Exhibitor’s booth. Exhibitors must not place equipment for display or demonstration in such a manner as to cause observers to gather in aisles and thus restrict the orderly flow of traffic. All equipment for display or demonstrations must be placed within the assigned booth area to attract observers into the booth. B. Exhibits which include operation of musical instruments, radios, sound motion picture equipment, public address systems, or any noise-making machines must be operated so resulting noise will not annoy or disturb adjacent Exhibitors or their patrons. C. Exhibitors are prohibited from displaying devices or objects in booths that exceed depth of the sidewalls of their booth without prior written approval from Show Management. D. Animalsare not permitted in facilities except in conjunction with approved exhibit, display, or performance legitimately requiring use of animals. Guide dogs are excepted as required by law. E. Exhibitors are not allowed to conduct activities that could be considered illegal, such as games of chance, under the laws of Georgia & the City of Atlanta. F. Electrical equipment that is not UL approved cannot not be used. G. Companies intending to exhibit for the purpose of gathering statistical data via surveys or polling must disclose, in writing at time of contracting to participate, the name of the originating contracting client to Show Management and must supply, at least 30 days prior to show start date, a copy of the survey instrument to be used. Show Management guarantees that such information shall remain confidential between Exhibitor and Show Management and all information related to Exhibitor, contracted client, and survey instrument shall not be disclosed to any other party unless Show Management is compelled by law to do so. Show Management always reserves the right to deny requests to conduct polls or surveys. Exhibitors who conduct polls or surveys during show without notifying Show Management, or who are discovered to have substituted a substantially different survey instrument from that submitted to obtain contract with Show Management, may be evicted from show site without delay, with no refund of contract fees, and entirely at Exhibitor’s cost. Exhibitors are eligible to use premiums as an incentive for attendees to complete polls or surveys but must notify Show Management prior to show start date ofany such premiums. H. For profit exhibitors are not allowed to solicit or recruit personnel, includingemployees, agents, or dealers, at the show either directly or indirectly outside of their booth duringexhibit hall hours. I. The Exhibitor expressly agrees that it will not, nor will its employees or representatives conduct official Exhibitor functions, sales, or entertainment, in hotel suites during business hours of the Show. J. Exhibitor and its employees and representatives will stay at hotels with the official room block contracted by Show Management. K. Outboarding and Suitcasing: Outboarding is defined as the creation of a concurrent event that is related to an existing exhibition or event but that is not sanctioned by show management and that seeks to benefit from the audience that show management attracts. Suitcasing is defined as the act of soliciting business in the aisles during the show or in other public spaces, including another company’s booth or a hotel lobby. Show Management considers Outboarding and Suitcasing to be unethical business conduct and neither will be condoned ortolerated. Any infringement of these rules may subject the offending individual or company to loss ofbenefits or other sanctions available to Show Management.
  1. PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEOTAPING An exhibitor may photograph or videotape his or her own booth before or after exhibit hall hours. Security arrangements for such activities must be made in advance, at the Exhibitor’s expense. An Exhibitor may NOT photograph or videotape any other company’s exhibit or presentation. Show Management reserves the right to review and delete any unauthorized photos and/or confiscate any digital camera, camera phone or other photography equipment and will not beheld liable for such
  1. FACILITY MAINTENANCE Decorations, signs, banners, etc., may not be taped, nailed, tacked, stapled, or otherwise fastened to ceilings, walls, doors, painted surfaces, or columns unless otherwiseauthorized by Show Management. A. No holes may be drilled, cored, or punched in the building. No painting of signs, displays, or other objects is permitted in the building. C. No adhesive-backed decals or similar items may be affixed to the building. D. Use of Kendall 105 or TC19100 carpet tape is required in the exhibition hall. All tape and residue marks must be removed from exhibit hall floors and disposed of immediately after Show. No tape of any kind will be permitted on carpeted surfaces. E. Walls, columns, and permanent building utility outlets are not part of booth space and are not to be used by Exhibitors. F. Helium balloons may not be distributed within the facilities but may be approved as permanent fixtures on authorized event displays. Request for use must be submitted to Show Management in writing; however, the final determination is made by the GWCC. G. Use of glitter or confetti is strictly prohibited. H. Other devices that weigh more than 500 psi in ton weight and are of a size that may exceed floor load limits will require the services of a special structural engineer and the approval of the GWCC. All costs for this type of installation will be the responsibility of the Exhibitor. I.No equipment, signs, or other display devices may be attached to the ceiling, walls, beams, or trusses in the exhibit hall unless approved by the GWCC and installed by the official show service contractor. All requests must be submitted in writing to Show Management 45 days prior to the show. J. All drapes,curtains, table coverings, skirts, carpet, and any materials used in exhibits must be flame retardant. K.No crates, packing materials, wooden boxes, and other highly combustible materials may be stored in exhibit halls, meeting rooms, or fire exit areas. L. Lasers and x-ray equipment may only be used after receiving approval from the Georgia Department of Human Resources, Radiological Division. For detailed information, call the Show Management office. M. Exhibitors or their agents shall not injure or deface any part of exhibit building, booths, booth contents, Show equipment, or décor. When such damage appears, Exhibitor is liable to owner of property so damaged.
  1. RIGHT OF ENTRY AND INSPECTION Show Management shall have right at any time to enterlicensed area occupied by Exhibitor or otherwise inspect Exhibitor’s
  1. BOOTH MAINTENANCE Exhibitor is required to maintain daily cleanliness of booth. Cleaning of booths shall take place at times other than Show hours. Show Management will be responsible only forcleaning aisle space and public
  1. STORAGE All supplies, handouts, literature, and samples must be confined to booth and NOT behind it. Packing crates and/or boxes are not permitted in booths during exhibit period, but these, when properly marked, will be stored, and returned to booth by service contractors. It is Exhibitor’s responsibility to mark and identify their crates. Crates not properly marked or identified may be destroyed. Show Management assumes no responsibility for the contents of crates and Due toFire Code Regulations, it will be necessary to store empty crates and cartons outside the building. Everyeffort will be made to protect crates from the elements, but neither Show Management nor its service contractors will assume responsibility for damage to them.
  1. BOOTH STAFF Exhibits must be staffed during exhibit hall Booth staff members are expected todress and conduct themselves in a professional manner.
  1. EXHIBITOR AND CONTRACTOR PASSES In order to ensure only official access to exhibit hall, allExhibitors, and their personnel and all outside service contractors will be issued non-transferable No admittance to the exhibit hall will be allowed unless a badge is presented. Exhibitors will be allowed in the exhibit area 1 hour before the show opens on Friday and Saturday and must exit within 1 hour after closing each day. Each Exhibitor is required to present to Show Management, at least 2weeks prior to first day of installation, a list of outside contractors, if any, who will be assisting ininstallation and dismantling of Exhibitor’s booth and a list detailing personnel who will be present inbooth or display area.
  1. CANCELLATION BY EXHIBITOR Exhibitor specifically recognizes and acknowledges that Show Management will sustain certain losses if Exhibitor cancels or reduces its exhibit space after it has beenassigned and confirmed by Show Management. Due to the difficulty, if not impossibility, of determining and proving said losses, the parties agree that the following amounts are a reasonable estimate of Show Management’s damages and not a penalty. Upon written notification of cancellation or downsizing by Exhibitor, Show Management has the right to resell space and retain all revenue collected. Exhibitor agrees to pay the following amounts as liquidated damages if Exhibitor cancels all or part of its exhibit space on or within time periods specified: Cancellations before May 1, 2024, exhibitor will be liable for 0% of the contracted amount or a refund of deposits will be made less 0% of contracted amount is due. Cancellations between May 1 – September 1, 2024, exhibitor will be liable for 50% of the contracted amount or a refund of deposits will be made less 50% of contracted amount is due. If cancellation occurs after September 1, 2024, the exhibitor will be liable for 100% of the contracted amount and no monies will be refunded. B. In case of downsizing, in addition to the assessed liquidated damages, Exhibitor’s booth location on the floor plan of the Exhibition may be moved by Show Management. C. Exhibitors are responsible for paying the cost of the booth that they occupy per the following paymentschedule: (1) if the reduction notice is received by SECO between the execution date of the Contract through May 1, 2024, the Exhibitor will be liable for 50% of the originally contracted booth cost and 50% of the new space cost. (2) If the reduction notice is received by SECO on or after September 1, 2024, Exhibitor will be liable for the entire 100% cost of the originally contracted exhibit space regardless of any space reduction requests. SECO reserves the right to reassign Exhibitor’s booth location to accommodate requests. The exhibitor understands that no cancellation will be accepted by telephone. The exhibiting company will not be allowed to set up the booth unless the rental amount is paid in full. D. In the event that the Exhibitor defaults in any of its payment obligations, in addition to having the right to direct the Exhibitor to vacate the exhibit hall, Show Management shall have the right to collect from the Exhibitor on demand the full amount of the fees payable to Show Management as of the date of default, as well as the right to pursue any other remedy afforded it by law.
  1. EXHIBITS AND PUBLIC POLICY Each Exhibitor is charged with having knowledge of all Federal, State, and local laws, ordinances, codes, and regulations pertaining to privacy, health, fire prevention,and public safety, while participating in Show. Compliance with such laws is mandatory for all Exhibitors, and sole responsibility is that of the Exhibitor. Show Management and service contractors have noresponsibility pertaining to compliance with public policy laws as far as individual Exhibitor’s space, materials, and operation are concerned. B. All booth decorations, including carpeting, must be flame proofed, and all hangings must clear the floor. Electrical wiring must conform to the National Electric Code Safety Rules and City of Atlanta Electrical Code. A two-wire lamp cord is not permitted. If inspection indicates any Exhibitor has neglected to comply with these regulations, or otherwise incurs a fire hazard, the right is reserved to remove all or such part of exhibit as may be in violation, at Exhibitor’sexpense.
  1. ERRORS AND OMISSIONS Show Management assumes no responsibility or liability for any services performed or materials delivered by official show contractors or other suppliers to Show, their personnelor their agents. Any controversies that may arise between Exhibitors and official contractors, or personnel of either, shall be referred to Show Management for resolution, and Show Management’s decision shall be final and
  1. SECURITY Show Management shall provide guard service throughout the hours of set-up, show hours, before and after show hours, and during dismantling period. Security is to prevent unauthorized entry into the exhibit hall. Official badges must always be worn. Show Management reserves the right to inspect any containers removed from the exhibit
  1. LIABILITY / INDEMNIFICATION / INSURANCE Exhibitor hereby assumes entire responsibility and hereby agrees to hold harmless, indemnify, and defend Show Management and the GWCC, and each of their respective, employees, officers, directors, and agents against all claims, losses or damages to persons or property, governmental charges or fines and attorney’s fees arising out of or caused by itsinstallation, removal, maintenance, occupancy or use of the exhibit hall or a part thereof, or its operationor activities at the Show, excluding any such liability caused by the sole negligence of ShowManagement or the GWCC and each of their respective employees and agents. B. Exhibitor assumes full responsibility and liability for the actions of its agents, employees, independent contractors and representatives, whether acting within or beyond the scope of their employment, and agrees to indemnify, hold harmless, defend, and pay all expenses as they are incurred, Show Management and the GWCC and each of their respective employees, officers, directors, and agents from responsibility or liability which arises because of the acts or omission of its agents, employees, independent contractors or representatives whether acting within or without the scope of their authority. C. Show Management undertakes no duty to exercise care, nor does it assume any responsibility, for the protection and safety of the Exhibitor, or its agents, employees, independent contractors, or representatives, or for their respective property used in connection with the Show, from theft or damage or destruction by fire, accident, or other cause. Small and easily portable articles shall be properly secured or removed after Show hours and placed in safekeeping by the Exhibitor at Exhibitor’s risk and expense. Any protection exercised by Show Management shall be deemed purely gratuitous on its part and shall in no way be construed to make it liable for any loss or inconvenience suffered by the Exhibitor. D. Exhibitor shall maintain and keep in force during the term of the installation, use of the GWCC, and move-out dates, Worker’s Compensation and Employer’s Liability insurance meeting the requirements of the state of Georgia, and policies of Commercial General Liability Insurance and Contractual Liability Insurance,insuring personal injury liability and products completed operations and specifically referring to theContractual liability set forth in this Agreement. Said insurance shall be in an amount not less than $2,000,000 Combined Single Limit for personal injury and property damage. Exhibitor hereby waives any and every claim which arises, or may arise, in its favor and against Show Management and/or the GWCC, and each of their respective employees, officers, directors and agents for all loss or damage covered by valid and collectible insurance policies, to the extent that such loss or damage is covered under such insurance policies. E. Exhibitor agrees to hold on file a certificate of insurance that must certify the coverages, limits, and entities insured as set forth in this Exhibit Contract. Show Management reserves the right to request a copy of the certificate of insurance at any time prior to, or on-site at the Event. F. Exhibitor acknowledges that neither Show Management, nor the GWCC maintain insurance covering Exhibitor’s property and that it is the sole responsibility of Exhibitor, at its expense, to obtain business interruption and property damage insurance insuring any losses by Exhibitor. G. Show Management shall not be liable to Exhibitor in excess of consideration paid by Exhibitor, exclusive of deposit, for breaches of conduct or tortious conduct by Show Management, its agents, representatives, and independent contractors, whether acting within or without the scope of their authority, by agents, representatives, or independent contractors of exhibit hall, or by general public. Show Management’s general contractors shall not be liable for failure to perform their obligations under their contract due to strikes, riots, acts of God, or other causes beyond their control. H. Each Exhibitor is required to carry insurance, for his/her own protection and entirely at his/her expense, a minimum of $1,000,000 single limit bodily injury and broad form property damage coverage, naming SECO and the GWCC and their respective employee/agents and other related or affiliated companies as Additional Insured’s. Any policy providing such insurance must contain an express waiver by the Exhibitor’s insurance company of any right of subrogation as to any claims against the Show, its officers, directors, agents, or employees. Neither the Show, SECO International nor the GWCC and their respective employee/agents and other related or affiliated companies will ensure Exhibitor’s property or assume responsibility or liability for anytheft, damage or loss by any cause or property of the Exhibitor, his agents, or employees, nor for any injury that may occur to the Exhibitor, his agents, or employees.
  1. PLAYING OR REPRODUCTION OF MUSIC Exhibitor represents and warrants that no musical workprotected by copyright will be staged, produced, or otherwise performed, via either “live” or “mechanical”means, by or on behalf of Exhibitor unless Exhibitor has previously obtained written permission from the copyright owner or the copyright owner’s designee (e.g., ASCAP, BMI or SESAC) for such use. Exhibitor further represents and warrants that it shall be fully responsible for the performance of all obligations under any agreement permitting the use of such music, including, but not limited to all obligations to report data and to pay royalty fees. Exhibitor agrees to indemnify, hold harmless and defend Show Management from and against any and all claims, costs, and expenses, (including legal fees), demands and actions of every kind with respect to any breach of the foregoing representations and
  1. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) Exhibitor represents and warrants that its exhibit andproduct(s)/service information shall comply with the ADA, its regulations, and Exhibitor shallindemnify, hold harmless, and defend Show Management from and against all claims and expenses(including attorney’s fees) and costs, arising out of or related to Exhibitor’s noncompliance with the ADA.
  1. ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS Show Management has full power to interpret and enforce all regulations of the Show and power to make amendments and/or further regulations that are considerednecessary for the proper conduct of the Show. Such decisions shall be binding on Exhibitors. Failure to comply with these or any other regulations or amendments may be enough cause for Show Management to require immediate removal of exhibit and/or offending Exhibitor at expense of Exhibitor. Failure to comply may also result in forfeiture of all further rights to exhibit at future shows sponsored by Show Management, together with all fees paid. Show Management may license any space so forfeited to another Exhibitor and retain all revenues
  1. CONFLICTING MEETING AND SOCIAL EVENTS In the interest of maintaining attendance at official educational events and Show, Exhibitor agrees not to extend invitations, call meetings, or otherwiseencourage absence of attendees, Exhibitors, or invited guests from educational sessions or Showduring official event hours, which are defined within the Show Management’s Affiliate Functions Events may be held outside these times but must conform to the Affiliate Functions Policy.
  1. WAIVER A waiver by either party of any term, condition, or breach shall not constitute a waiver of any other term, condition, or breach of their agreement. The rights of Show Management shall not be deemed waived except as specifically stated in writing and signed by an authorized representative of Show
  1. ELECTRICAL AND FURNISHINGS Exhibitor shall pay all charges for electrical and other required utilities to the GWCC. Arrangements for special electrical services must be made directly with the GWCC at least 21 days in advance of the Show at the expense of Exhibitor. All equipment requiring electrical current must comply with City of Atlanta electrical codes and all other applicable safety requirements, including Underwriters Laboratories approved. A two-wire lamp cord is not permitted. Arrangements for rental of booth furnishings, displays, or equipment must be made directly with the official service contractor at the expense of the exhibiting
  1. SHIPPING Specific shipment addresses, and deadline dates must be adhered to avoid additional fees/expenses. Please refer to the Exhibitor Manual for shipping information.
  1. GUEST BADGES As a matter of policy adopted by the Board of Trustees of Show Management, Exhibitors are authorized to invite others in the ophthalmic professions to attend Show. Badges may beobtained at the Exhibits Registration Desk provided attendees can submit identification as proof of their profession. The show is not a public event and is open only to members of the ophthalmic professions and industry. Show Management reserves the right to charge for guest
  1. SALES The purpose of the exhibits is to further the education of meeting attendees through product and service displays and demonstrations. Consistent with this professional interest, order taking, and sale of exhibited products will be permitted, if transactions are conducted in an appropriately professional and businesslike manner. If an Exhibitor sells a product on the exhibit floor that cannot be carried out of the exhibit hall by hand, arrangements must be made to have the product shipped to the customer. It is the responsibility of each exhibitor to secure any licenses or permits that might be required and to collect and remit all city and state sales taxes. Complete details and contact information can be found in the GWCC Policies and Procedures. Show Management reserves the right to restrict sales activities that it deems inappropriate or
  1. CANCELLATION OR POSTPONEMENT OF SHOW In the event that the Show is postponed due to any act or occurrence outside the control of Show Management or Exhibitor, whether such occurrence be an Act of God, disease, common enemy, result of war, riot, civil commotion, labor dispute, terrorist action, government action, or act or conduct of any person or persons not party or privy to thisAgreement, making it illegal, impossible or commercially impracticable to hold the Show, then performance of parties under this Agreement shall be excused for such period of time as is reasonably necessary after such occurrence to remedy the effects thereof, and in any event, for duration of such postponement. B. If such an occurrence results in cancellation of Show, obligations of parties under this Agreement shall automatically be terminated & all rental payments made under this license shall be refunded to Exhibitor, less a pro rata share of expenses actually incurred by Show Management in connection with Show. C. Show Management reserves the right, with no liability to Exhibitor for refunds,additional expenses, or otherwise, to change the date or place of the Show upon two weeks’ notice toExhibitor, effective from the date of mailing of such notice.
  1. APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION Exhibitor hereby agrees that the laws of the State of Georgiashall control construction and enforceability of this Agreement and hereby consents to jurisdiction ofState of Georgia and Federal District Courts within State with respect to any right of action arising under this Agreement. Exhibitors must comply, at their expense, with all local, state, and federal laws, rules,regulations, and ordinances in The exhibitor agrees to pay any fees, including attorney fees andcosts of litigation through appeal, associated with any dispute with Show Management or the GWCC.
  1. NOTICES All notices pertaining to this Contract must be in writing and will become effective when delivered and received by the intended recipient by one of the following methods: i) Letter sent by certified mail or by overnight carrier, return receipt requested, postage prepaid to intended recipient, ii) Hand-delivered with a signed receipt, or by iii) Facsimile (fax) transmission: Notice by fax is effective when the sender of the fax has written notice from the intended recipient that the fax transmission was received. Notices to Show Management must be addressed as indicated in this Contract. Notices to the Exhibitor will be addressed to the Contact Person indicated on page 1. The names and addresses for the purposes of this section may be changed by giving written notice of such change in the manner provided in this paragraph for giving notice. Unless and until written notice is received, the last name and address stated in this Agreement will be deemed to continue in effect for all
  1. EXHIBITOR APPOINTED CONTRACTORS (“EAC”) Any exhibitor using an EAC agrees to notify ShowManagement of such appointment and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Show Management, the GWCC, and their respective officers, directors, employees, agents, independent contractors and representatives, from any and all liability or losses for any act, complaint, damage or loss to any other exhibitor, the exhibit hall, the property of any contractor or any consequential damages arising out of any such act or loss from the time the EAC first arrives at the GWCC until the final move-out is complete. The Exhibitor further agrees that Show Management may prohibit the EAC from working in the GWCC if it does not fully comply with all applicable rules and regulations at the Show. Any exhibitor using an EAC agrees to advise its EAC of all rules and
  1. SEVERABILITY In the event any provision of this Agreement is held invalid or unenforceable, thenneither the remaining provisions of this Agreement nor other applications of provisions involved shall beaffected
  1. AGREEMENT SUBJECT TO TERMS OF SHOW MANAGEMENT’S LICENSE WITH GWCC This Agreement between Exhibitor and Show Management is subject to terms of license between Show Management and the GWCC, and to terms of all agreements between Show Management and any other party relating to Show. Exhibitors shall not undertake any act or fail to fulfill any obligation thatshall be in violation of said license or
  2. GDPR/PRIVACY POLICY You can find our privacy policy on our website at com. Correcting/Updating/Deleting/Deactivating Personal Information If a user’s personally identifiableinformation changes, or if a user no longer desires the services provided, user should send an e-mail to Customer Service at info@secostaff.com, or contact SECO by telephone or postal mail at the contactinformation listed below. Modifications to the Policy SECO may modify, add, or remove portions of the Privacy Policy at any time. If you have any questions on the GDPR and would like to learn more about what changes we are making to ensure that we are fully compliant, or if you have any specific questions regarding the use of data that are not covered by our Privacy Policy, feel free to contact us atexhibits@secostaff.com.


February 26 – March 2, 2025

SECO International, LLC (SECO) reserves the right to deny the use and distribution of supplied content and or advertising in which SECO deems as having a negative impact on SECO, SECO meetings, SECO brands, and or SECO member states. This includes the promotion of products & services deemed not in alignment with the core mission of SECO, competing CE meetings with SECO, and on-line CE opportunities competing with SECO.

100% payment due upon reservation.  Promotional opportunities will not be executed without the receipt of full payment.  Payments must be issued via check (payable to SECO International, LLC) or wire transfer. If the sponsor defaults in any of its payment obligations, Show Management shall have the right to collect from the sponsor on demand the full amount of the fees payable to show management as of the date of default, as well as the right to pursue any other remedy affordable by law.

CANCELLATION: Submitted reservations are non-refundable. In the event of cancellation or if artwork submitted is late and the opportunity cannot be executed, the sponsor is responsible for full payment. If payment in full is not received, the sponsor may be restricted from exhibiting at SECO 2025 as well as participating in future SECO events and promotional opportunities.

MATERIALS/ARTWORK: Artwork and items for submission must be delivered in the proper and final format as listed within the SECO 2025 Promotional Program Spec Guide. Materials and/or artwork submitted after deadline will be executed at the discretion of Show Management and may be subject to additional charges. Artwork submitted in the proper and final format prior to the submission deadline will receive a proof. Proof approval must be returned to Show Management within 48 hours or approval will be assumed. Request for artwork changes or reprints after said approval will be at the sponsor’s expense.


- Participation within the SECO 2025 Promotional Program is limited to current SECO 2025 exhibitors and SECO University sponsors only.

- SECO 2025 Promotional Program participants may not execute promotional activities outside promotional opportunities in Atlanta, GA without written consent from SECO International, LLC. This includes, but is not limited to, advertising on mobile marketing vehicles throughout the city, advertisements on billboards, utilization of marketing street teams, etc.

- SECO 2025 Promotional Program participants shall not sponsor, support, or participate in any meeting, event, presentation, user group, etc. held in Atlanta, GA without the approval of SECO International.

- Show Management reserves the right to offer new promotional opportunities throughout the show cycle.

- This reservation shall inure to the benefit of and shall be binding upon the parties hereto and their respective successors.

- The State of Georgia shall control the construction and enforceability of this reservation and hereby consent to the jurisdiction and venue of the State of Georgia and to the State Courts or the Federal District Courts within the State and to the service of process outside the State of Georgia with respect to any right of action arising under this reservation.

- To facilitate the sponsors compliance with the Physician Sunshine Act, § 6002 of the Affordable Care Act, Show Management will assist companies who provide support of the Symposia Series and events that provide food and beverage to doctors with the collection of certain personal information (name, NPI number OR license number, business address) from attendees as it is provided. Incomplete or inaccurate attendee records are not the responsibility of Show Management.

- SECO International, LLC shall not be liable, and you agree not to hold or seek to hold SECO International, LLC or any of our Agents or Third Party Service Providers, liable for any technical problems, system failures and malfunctions, communication line failures, equipment or software failures or malfunctions, system access issues, system capacity issues, high Internet traffic demand, security breaches and unauthorized access, and other similar computer problems and defects unless gross negligence or willful misconduct is proven. Should gross negligence or willful misconduct be proven, a prorated portion of the sponsorship fee, determined by the Executive Committee may be credited to your sponsor agreement for 2026.

- This document contains all terms agreed upon by parties with respect to subject matter of this agreement and supersedes all prior and future agreements and communications between parties concerning such subject matter, whether oral or written. The undersigned represents and warrants that they have authority to enter into this agreement on behalf of their company or firm and hereby agrees to the above.

- Breach of terms of this agreement by exhibitor/sponsor will result in and or cancellation of show management’s obligation of fulfillment of sponsor items, forfeiture of all monies paid without claim for refund.