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Exhibitor Terms and Conditions



1.  Contract

  • The application for space shall constitute a contract between the Exhibitor and CAMA.  The terms include the terms and conditions included in this package.
  • CAMA will honour location requests but reserves the right, if necessary, to amend and modify up to and including the day of the Tradeshow.
  • Booths will be sold on a first come, first served basis with priority going to Business Partners first followed by exhibitors who have participated in CAMA events in the past.
  • CAMA may delegate the organization of the Conference Exhibit/Tradeshow to a third party organizer who shall act on CAMA's behalf.

2.  Qualifications to Exhibit

The purpose of the Trade Show is to provide a show-case for products and services of interest to the attendees of the Conference.  CAMA reserves the right to remove, decline, or prohibit any exhibit which, in its opinion is not suitable to or in keeping with the character of the exhibition.  The Exhibitor shall use no public address system.

3.  Exhibitor Obligations

  • The Exhibitor shall refrain from any conduct that would detract from the image of integrity or professionalism of the Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators.
  • The Exhibitor shall maintain the confidentiality of privileged information entrusted by the Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators.
  • The Exhibitor shall make reasonable effort to minimize conflicts between events which may be hosted by the Exhibitor and the Annual Conference's scheduled activities.

4.  Sub-License of Space

The Exhibitor shall not sub-license transfer, or apportion any part of its allotted space unless specifically approved by CAMA, shall not exhibit or permit to be exhibited or permit to in its space any merchandise nor part of its own regular products, and shall not exhibit any advertising material not directly pertaining to the products or services being exhibited.

5.  Non-delivery of the Building

CAMA will not be liable for failure to deliver the space in the event of the building becoming unavailable through fire, act of God, public enemy, strikes, the authority of the law or any other cause beyond its control.

6.  Payments and Refunds

To be accepted as an Exhibitor, on-line registration must be completed and payment received in full by CAMA.  On-line payment is the only way to secure a booth.  If payment is not received at the time of registration, the booth will be released.

  • If an Exhibitor withdraws from its commitment, an administration fee of $250.00 will be charged for the cancellation, if notification of withdrawal is given in writing on or before January 31, 2024.
  • If an Exhibitor withdraws from its commitment, an administration fee of $500.00 will be charged for the cancellation, if notification of withdrawal is given in writing on or before February 28, 2024.
  • The full fee will be charged if notification of withdrawal is given after this date.
  • No refunds or credits will be given for any additional meal/event tickets or name tags purchased.

7.  Cancellation of Contract

CAMA reserves the right to terminate this contract and to withhold from the Exhibitor possession of the exhibit space if the Exhibitor fails to comply with the terms and conditions described herein.

8.  Damages

CAMA is not and shall not be liable for any damages, whether direct, indirect, general, special, consequential or other-wise, to the Exhibitor, its agents and employees or visitors to its exhibits.

9.  Security

The premises are securely locked after hours.  This is not an insurance policy.  Exhibitors are advised to contact their business insurance agent for appropriate coverage.  CAMA assumes no responsibility or liability for theft, losses or damages, however caused.

10.  Removal of Booth Display and Exhibit Materials

All exhibit materials and display structures must be removed from the area by 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, June 5th, 2024.  Booth materials not removed by the deadline imposed shall be removed and stored by the official Trade Show staging company at the exhibitor's expense.

11.  Code of Conduct for Exhibitors

The Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA) is committed to the highest standard of respect and dignity at all of its events.  All exhibitors, delegates, speakers, sponsors, volunteers and staff at the 2024 Annual Conference and Tradeshow must comply with CAMA's Code of Conduct.  The code mandates that attendees conduct themselves in a safe and welcoming manner - free from harassment or discrimination.  The core ethical standard applies to all facets for the conference, including social events, study tours, workshops, plenaries, meetings, exhibitor trade show and social gatherings where delegates, exhibitors, sponsors, speakers, volunteers and staff are in attendance.

CAMA does not tolerate harassment of any kind.  Should you be subject to - or witness any - inappropriate behaviour or threatening behaviour or language, please notify a CAMA staff member.  Anyone found to be acting in such a manner will have their registration revoked and asked to leave the premises immediately.

Name badges must be worn at all times.





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