1 FLORIDA GUN SHOWS, INC. EXHIBITOR AGREEMENT In exchange for Florida Gun Shows, Inc. ( Florida Gun Shows, Inc ) authorizing the Exhibitor to appear at a show for which the Exhibitor has executed a Florida Gun Shows, Inc Reservation Card and paid the appropriate fee(s), the Exhibitor and all his/her agents of employees ( Exhibitor ) and Florida Gun Shows, Inc hereby agree that from the time that set-up for the show begins through and including breakdown of the show at the conclusion of the last day, Exhibitor: 1. Will keep all handguns, rifles, shotguns, crossbows and other weapons unloaded; whether kept on table or in a case, whether or not for sale (including personal guns), and whether or not physically inside the show facilities or outside on the grounds of the leased facilities (before, between or after the show s open hours ) (collectively referred to herein as Guns ); 2. Will keep all guns tied in such a manner so as to render them not able to be fired. All semi-automatic handguns shall be tied through the barrel or magazine port only. Exhibitor will further ensure that all guns held by Exhibitor (including guns brought into the show by Exhibitor or received from a customer of Exhibitor) are tied as above; 3. Will not possess, consume or dispense any alcoholic beverages or controlled substances at any time (including during the show or during the setup or breakdown of the show); 4. Will keep all ammunition sealed in boxes or bags and will not allow any loose ammunition on his/her table; 5. Understands and acknowledges that: a. Should any gun or other weapons discharge at or near Exhibitor s table, (whether or not the gun or other weapon belongs to the Exhibitor) or should any gun or other weapon belonging to Exhibitor discharge anywhere in or around the show facility, including outside, Exhibitor (i) may be immediately evicted for the show without a refund or recourse, (ii) may be banned from all future shows sponsored by Florida Gun Shows, Inc at Florida Gun Shows, Inc s sole and absolute discretion (see paragraph 12 hereof), and (iii) may face criminal or civil charges; b. Exhibitor is responsible for all actions of its employees, agents and others in its party; c. Exhibitor may not display or sell flea market material, only guns, knives & related items. Florida Gun Shows, Inc reserves the right to ask Exhibitor to remove undesirable materials from the table, (i.e. provocative. profanity, etc.) 6. Understand and acknowledges that: a. The show hours are as follows (unless otherwise noted for a particular show on the show calendar): SAT 9 AM 5 PM SUN 10 AM 5PM (Miami, Jacksonville) SUN 10 AM 4PM (Pensacola, Panama City, Fort Walton Bch, Tallahassee) b. Exhibitor may be in the show building only during the following times for setup: FRI 1 PM 7 PM SAT 7 AM 8:30 AM Exhibitor must stay in the show building during the show hours listed above on both days of the show. 7. If Exhibitor must leave early due to an emergency, Exhibitor must notify Florida Gun Shows, Inc before Exhibitor breaks down his/her tables;
2 8. Will pay all fees prior to setting up Exhibitor s table (s). If payment is not made fifteen days prior to the show, payment must be made in cash, money order or certified check; If Exhibitor is to arrive after the commencement of the show and does not notify Florida Gun Shows, Inc of such late arrival, Exhibitor s reserved tables revert back to Florida Gun Shows, Inc at 8:20 AM on Saturday. Tables and chairs will be provided. 9. Badges are for Exhibitors only. Not for family, friends or customers, etc. All badges must be requested at check-in time. Badges requested for persons arriving after show opens must be left up front (at check-in). No one will be admitted without a badge or paid admission. 10. Will at all times obey insurance and Fire Marshall regulations in effect, as well as any verbal or other requests of Florida Gun Shows, Inc, its employers or agents, the Fire Marshall, Police Officers, or building security officers. Exhibitors will not obstruct the aisles in any way during show hours Will not place anything in front of, on the side of, or in the aisle beside any table. Exhibitor will keep all merchandise on or below the table. Exhibitor may not use cheater boards (a board placed in between tables or in back of to create more table/space). It is recommended that in the event of drenching rain or A/C condensation the exhibitor bring plastic to cover their tables to prevent water damage. Exhibitor must make all sales behind its reserved tables, and may not solicit in aisles or at the front door. If exhibitor uses its personal tables for sales, they will be charged the gun show table rate. Exhibitor understands and acknowledges that the space behind the tables is to be equally divided among exhibitors. Only suction cups may be used on any walls in your space. No adhesives, magnets, or any type of metal may be used. 12. Understands and acknowledges Exhibitor may be evicted from the show without refund or other recourse and may be banned from participating in all future shows sponsored by Florida Gun Shows, Inc, all at Florida Gun Shows, Inc s sole and absolute discretion, if: a. Gun or weapon discharge occurs as set forth herein, b. Exhibitor possesses alcohol beverages or controlled substances anywhere inside or outside the show facilities (including parking lots(s)), c. Exhibitor possesses a loaded weapon or magazine, or d. Exhibitor violates any of the other provisions set forth in this agreement; 13. Agrees to indemnify and hold Florida Gun Shows, Inc, its sponsors, officers, agents and employees risk-free from and against any and all liabilities, damages, losses, actions or cause of action, cost and expenses (including attorneys fees) arising in any way from the Exhibitor s participation at the show, whether caused by Exhibitor, its employees, agents or any others in its party, and relating to any matter whatsoever, including, without limitation, personal injury, death or property damage to (i) any third person(s) or the property of any third person(s) or (ii) Exhibitor, its employees or agents; 14. Understands and acknowledges that Florida Gun Shows, Inc, its sponsors, directors, officers, agents, and employees are not in any way responsible for property delivered to the show site for goods kept on the show premises before, during, or after the show; 15. Releases Florida Gun Shows, Inc, its sponsors, officers, agents and employees from any incident or claim that in any way arises out of Exhibitor s participation at the show, including but not limited to claims for personal injury to Exhibitor or any third party, even if such party was caused by Florida Gun Shows, Inc s gross negligence; 16. Understands that nothing herein obligates Florida Gun Shows, Inc to permit Exhibitor to attend any future Florida Gun Shows, Inc Show, and Florida Gun Shows, Inc expressly retains the right, in its sole and absolute discretion, to deny admittance to anyone for any lawful reason, including, but not limited to failure to obey any of the terms set forth herein.
3 Exhibitor's Info Check-in Hours Friday 1 PM to 7 PM Saturday 7 AM to 8:30AM Show Hours Sat 9 AM to 5 PM Sun 10 AM to 5 PM (*Orlando, Miami, Jacksonville) Sun 10 AM to 4 PM (Tallahassee, Pensacola, Fort Walton Beach, Panama City) All Exhibitors must stay during show hours, no one under any circumstance are allowed to start packing until Show closes. Tables are sold on a first come, first served basis. 50% Deposit Required (Non-refundable 2 weeks prior to reserved show) 100% for all No Shows * Denotes shows owned and operated by Victor Bean s Southern Classic Gun & Knife Shows, Inc. *Tallahassee Fairgrounds North Florida Fairgrounds (Leon Co. Fairgrounds) 441 Paul Russell Road Tallahassee, Fl RV $22.00 Water, Elec (Move to dump) *Pensacola Fairgrounds Interstate Fairgrounds 6655 Mobile Hwy Pensacola, FL RV $20.00 Water, Elec (Move to dump) *Fort Walton Beach N.W. Florida Fairgrounds 1958 Lewis Turner Blvd Fort Walton Beach, FL RV: $30.00 Water, Sewage, Electric *Miami-Dade Dade County Fairgrounds SW 24th Street Miami, FL Table Cost: $90.00 Electric: $25.00 (Bring Cord & Duct Tape) RV $35.00 Water, Elec *Jacksonville Fairgrounds 510 Fairgrounds Place Jacksonville, FL Table Cost: $85.00 Electric: Free (Bring Cord Duct Tape) RV: $35.00 Electric (Water, Sewage depends on location) Orlando Fairgrounds Central Florida Fairgrounds 4603 W. Colonial Drive Orlando, FL Table Cost: $90.00 Electric: Free (Bring Cord & Duct Tape) RV: $25.00 Water, Electric (move to dump) *Panama City, FL Bay City Fairgrounds 2230 East 15 th Street Panama City, FL Table Cast $75.00 Electric: Free (Bring Cord & Duct Tape) RV: $20.00 Water & Sewer
4 Directions Tallahassee Fairgrounds North Florida Fairgrounds (Leon Co. Fairgrounds) 441 Paul Russell Road, Tallahassee, FL From Interstate 10, take exit# 199 and go south on Monroe Street for 9 miles. The fairgrounds are located at the intersection of Monroe Street and Paul Russell Road (just 2 miles past the Capitol). Pensacola Fairgrounds Interstate Fairgrounds 6655 Mobile Hwy, Pensacola, FL Take Interstate 10 to exit #7 (old exit #2) Pine Forest Road, go south for approx. 5 miles, Pine Forest will dead end at Mobile Hwy in front of Fairgrounds Drive. Fort Walton Beach Fairgrounds - Northwest Florida Fairgrounds 1958 Lewis Turner Blvd, Fort Walton Beach, FL Take Interstate 10 to Crestview Exit (S-85) take S-85 through Crestview to Junction 123, (Jct 123 will go through Eglin AFB) Junction 123 will dead end back into S-85, continue south. At the 2 nd light you will turn right on SR189 (Lewis Turner Blvd) approx. 5 miles on the right will be the FWB Fairgrounds (across the City Golf Course). *Orlando Fairgrounds - Central Florida Fairgrounds 4603 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL From the north - Interstate 4 to exit# 84 (Colonial Dr.) Turn right an approx 3 miles on the right. From the south Interstate 4 to exit# 75B (Kirkman Road) Go north to W. Colonial Dr., turn right; the 3 rd light on left.. Miami - Miami-Dade County Fair Expo Center Coral Way, Miami, FL Going N. - SR 826 (Palmetto) exit at Coral Way (SW 24 th street), turn left (West) on Coral Way to SW 112 th Ave, turn Right at SW 112 Ave entrance. FL Turnpike Northbound exit at Bird Road (SW 40 Street) onto SW 117 Ave., NB, continue North on SW 117 Ave., turn right at Coral Way (SW 23 St. (East), Left at light onto Coral Way (SW 24 St.), Left at 112 Ave. Entrance. Going South - SR 826 (Palmetto) Exit at Tamiami TR (SW 8 St.), Right (West) on SW 8 St. to 107 Avenue, Left at 107 Ave. to Fair Entrances at SW 17 ST. FL Turnpike Southbound - From Hollywood & North, take FL Turnpike SB, Follow the T/P signage to Homestead Key west, continue on T/P to SW 8 th St. (Tamiami Tr./US 41 Exit), Exit at Tamiami Tr. (SW 8 St.), Right (East on SW 8 St. to 107 Ave., Right on 107 Ave. to Fair Entrance at SW 17 St. or Right to Entrance at SW 24 St. (Coral Way) at 112 Street. Going West SR 836 West to Turnpike S., Turnpike to SW 8 St. (Tamiami Tr.), Right at SW 8 St. to 107 Ave., Right at 107 Ave. to Fair Entrance at SW 17 St. or SW 24 St. (Coral Way) at 112. Ave. Jacksonville Fairgrounds Greater Jacksonville Agricultural Fair 510 Fairground Pl., Jacksonville, FL I-95 south or north to Union Street exit, through downtown approx 13 blocks stay in the left lanes, To the A. Phillip Randolph exit on the right. Turn right on A. Phillips Randolph. Fairgrounds is immediately on the left From the west I-10 to I-95 N. to Union Street exit, through downtown approx 13 blocks stay in the left lanes, to the A. Phillip Randolph exit on the right. Turn right on A. Phillips Randolph the Fairgrounds is immediately on the left From the East Arlington expy west over the Matthew s Bridge to the A. Phillip Randolph exit, 3 rd exit to the right, loop under the expressway turn right on A. Phillip Randolph, the Fairgrounds will be on your left. Panama City Fairgrounds 2230 East 15 th Street, Panama City, FL., I-10 to exit US 231 go south turn left onto Hwy 77 (Martin Luther Blvd), turn left on US98 (15 th street).
5 ALL CARTRIDGE GUNS MUST BE TIED ALL ACTIONS OPEN ALL CLIPS AND MAGAZINES MUST BE REMOVED ALL GUNS MUST BE UNLOADED AND TIED TO RENDER THEM NON-FIREABLE. This includes long guns, and guns in all cases (including under glass), and must be done prior to show opening. IF THIS REQUIRMENT OF TIED GUNS IS NOT MET, THIS WILL RESULT OF SHUTTING DOWN YOUR TABLES FOR BUSINESS. You are also required to have extra ties on hand to put on guns you buy, and ones that are cut off to show the customers. You must recheck all guns periodically to ensure that all are tied. Gun ties are available at the registration desk and are sold at cost. Always Point guns toward ceiling when checking them, never point towards anyone. ABOVE ILLUSTRATIONS SHOWS PROPER WAYS TO TIE DOWN YOUR GUN. THE MANAGEMENT STAFF IS THE FINAL JUDGE AS TO WHETHER YOU GUN IS PROPERLY TIED. IF A GUN IS FIRED, OR A LOADED GUN IS FOUND AT YOUR TABLE YOU WILL BE EVICTED FROM THIS AND ALL FUTURE SHOWS WITH NO REFUND, YOU WILL ALSO FACE THE POSSIBLILITY OF CRIMINAL PROSECUTION.
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