Booth Information

RBMA hosts exhibit halls in venues that are conducive to meeting and talking with current and prospective clients. We stay away from large convention centers and instead, concentrate on creating a collegial atmosphere where no matter where you are in the Exhibit Hall, you’ll bump into top industry professionals. 

Exhibit Space Booth Specifications

PLEASE NOTE: The standard booth size at PaRADigm is 10' x 10'. Ceiling height is 26 feet.

Inline/Corner the standard inline booth space is 10 feet deep and 10 feet wide. A standard booth has a back wall and two closed four-foot sidewalls. Display materials must be arranged in such a manner as not to obstruct neighboring exhibitors. The maximum height of eight feet is allowed only in the rear half of the booth space with a four-foot height restriction on all materials in all remaining space forward to the aisle. Multiple booths must be situated so that the side adjacent to another exhibitor does not exceed the four-foot height limit.

Peninsula Booth Reserved for Platinum Level Sponsors. A peninsula booth is two (2) 10 foot by 10 foot booth spaces attached to the end of a row of inline booths. The peninsula should not cause a visual disadvantage to adjacent exhibits that is greater than would be caused by an inline booth in the immediately adjacent space. When a peninsula backs up to inline booths, inline booth restrictions apply within 10 feet of neighboring booths (e.g., 48" height restrictions apply within four feet of each aisle, eight foot back wall height restriction). Booth design diagrams showing compliance with the above rules should be submitted to liz.mugo@rbma.org. If diagrams are not submitted and approved, booth set up may be denied.

Island Booth Reserved for Platinum Level Sponsors. An island booth is four 10 foot by 10 foot booth spaces completely surrounded with aisles. Displays must be arranged in such a manner as not to obstruct neighboring exhibitors. Booth design diagrams showing compliance with the above rules should be submitted to liz.mugo@rbma.org. If diagrams are not submitted and approved, booth set up may be denied.

Premium Booth A premium booth is a booth in a desirable location such as near the entrance or a food and beverage station. Several premium booths are available for an additional fee.

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