Are You Hiring an EAC?
An exhibitor appointed contractor (EAC) is a company other than the general or official service provider on the show that requires access to a booth during installation and dismantling. The EAC may only provide services in the facility that are not designated by the facility as exclusive to a designated provider, or by the show organizer in a contract as an exclusive service for the general or official service provider or other 3rd party. If you are hiring an EAC please submit this form.
No EAC will be allowed to work in an Exhibitor’s booth if this Notice of Intent to Use EAC, a valid Certificate of Insurance and the Agreement and Rules and Regulations between GES and the EAC is not completed by an authorized representative and received by GES 30 days prior to show start. This Notice of Intent to Use EAC must be completed for every third party (as well as any other third party ordering or requesting services from GES on behalf of Exhibitor) at the above show.
Please add any EAC company information you plan to hire.
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GES shall have no liability to any party for damage or injuries caused by exhibitor or its 3rd party agents. It is the exhibitor's responsibility to provide its exhibitor appointed contractors with all show rules and regulations as set forth in the exhibitor space lease and the Exhibitor Service Manual. Exhibitor agrees to indemnify and defend GES for the actions of its agents and exhibitor appointed contractors. The exhibitor agrees that it is ultimately responsible for all services in connection with the exhibit, including freight, rentals and labor. Exhibitor agrees to be responsible for any losses, damages or injuries that are caused by or attributed to exhibitor appointed contractors that are not covered or provided by exhibitor appointed contractor's insurance.