NBWA’s 83rd Annual Convention & Product Demonstration Showcase Virtual Event
RULES AND REGULATIONS October 4 – 7, 2020
In submitting this application and contract, the Exhibitor agrees to comply with all rules, restrictions and directives issued by the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) in connection with NBWA’s 83rd Annual Convention & Product Demonstration Showcase Virtual Event. This includes, but is not limited to, information contained in the Exhibitor Prospectus, Exhibitor Application and Contract, confirmation materials and the Rules and Regulations outlined below.
Application and Contract for Exhibit Space:
This contract is for a virtual exhibit, the formal confirmation by NBWA and/or its agents and Corcoran Expositions, Inc. acting as Management of the Exposition, referred to hereafter as “NBWA,” and payment in full of charges for the virtual exhibit constitute a contract for the right to use the same.
Eligibility to Exhibit:
NBWA reserves the right to exercise its sole discretion in acceptance or refusal of applications. Show Management reserves the right to make the final determination in the best interests of the event and may refuse exhibit opportunities to any exhibitor for any reason.
NBWA does not endorse any programs, products or services and no endorsement of Exhibitor’s programs, products or services should be inferred. The views expressed in Exhibitor materials do not necessarily reflect the positions of NBWA.
Terms of Payment:
Full payment is required upon receipt of receiving invoice. All invoices must be paid prior to October 2, 2020, to participate in the Virtual Event.
Cancellation of Space:
Any request to cancel or downsize exhibit opportunities must be made in writing to Show Management at firstname.lastname@example.org. No refunds will be provided.
Any funds rolled forward towards exhibit space/sponsorship at NBWA’s 84th Annual Convention and Trade Show 2021 are non-refundable. In the event that NBWA must cancel the 84th Annual Convention and Trade Show 2021 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, exhibitors may request full refunds.
In the event of any circumstances beyond the control of NBWA, including, but not limited to; acts of God, floods, fires, natural disaster, war, strike, or terrorism, or threat of war, strike, or terrorism, that render the holding of the Expo in the good faith opinion of NBWA to be impractical, impossible, or inadvisable, NBWA may, in its sole discretion, cancel the Expo and shall have no obligation to Exhibitor other than the return of the unused prorated portion of the booth rental fee. Exhibitor releases NBWA from any and all claims for damages, which may arise in consequence thereof.
Any and all matters and questions not specifically covered by the preceding Rules and Regulations shall be subject to the decision of the Academy. These Rules and Regulations shall be binding on Exhibitors equally with the foregoing conditions. Exhibitors shall be notified in writing of any amendments to these.
Indemnification and Insurance:
Each party agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the other, its agents, and employees, from and against all claims, liabilities, and expenses, including reasonable attorneys' fees, arising from acts, omissions, or breach of this Agreement by the party or its agents or employees. The parties shall each maintain appropriate and sufficient insurance to cover their obligations under this Agreement.