2021 REGISTRATION IS NOT OPEN YET
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Confirmations & QR Codes:
Once your attendee names have been submitted, you will receive a confirmation email with a summary of your registrations and each attendee will receive their own confirmation email that includes a QR code for fast check in the day of the show. The email will come from .
If you are submitting multiple names at one time, please pay close attention to the address pop up window for each attendee. The name address fields will be pre-populated and may require you to overwrite them. Check your summary confirmation email to verify your submissions.
FREE for Pre-Registered Dealers, Architects, Designers, Educators, Students & PROs
Attendance is FREE for all pre-registered Dealers, Architects, Designers, Educators, Students & PROs (Contractors, Installers, Builders, Tradesmen). A $10 fee will be charged at the door for un-registered attendees.
$ 50.00 for ALL Non-Exhibitors, Reps, & Consultants
The IDEAS Show has a very strict NO SUITCASING POLICY. If you are found to be soliciting business at the show, and do not have an exhibitor booth, you will be escorted from the show floor. Our exhibitors have been instructed to alert us of any such issues.
$ 50.00 EA for all Non-Exhibiting Manufacturers, Manufacturer's Reps, Distributors, Buying Group Reps, Wholesalers, Realtors, Consultants, Bankers, Insurers, Equipment Rental & Sales, or any Service / Financial Professionals.
All submissions are reviewed by the IDEAS Board of Directors. If it is determined that your submission is incorrectly identified, you will be asked to pay the $50 entrance fee the day of the show.
If you represent a product being displayed at the show, we recommend that you contact that exhibitor to be a part of their booth staff instead of registering as an attendee.
We thank you for your cooperation in keeping this show dedicated to the education of Dealers, Architects, Designers, Educators, Students & Pros.
What is Suitcasing?
Suitcasing is an unethical business practice in which companies or individuals gain access to an event by obtaining some type of event credential (attendee badge) and then solicit business in the aisles or other public spaces used for the event without investing in it (purchasing a booth space).