HBAGC Tri-State Home Show



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HBAGC Members (10ft x 10ft) Non-Members (10ft x 10ft)
Inside Booth — $650 (Early Bird) | $750

Inside Booth — $850 (Early Bird) | $950

Perimeter/Corner Booth — $750 (Early Bird) | $850 Perimeter/Corner Booth — $950 (Early Bird) | $1050
Center Aisle — $850 (Early Bird) | $950 Center Aisle — $1050 (Early Bird) | $1150


Early Bird Rate Ends December 15, 2023



  • December 15, 2024** Booth Deposit Deadline ($200 per booth)
  • January 22, 2024 Refund Deadline (Less Security Deposit)
  • January 29, 2024 Final Payment Deadline
  • February 2, 2024 Certificate of Insurance Due

* Move in date is dependent upon both space location and can be viewed on the Home Show
website homeshowchattanooga.com
** There is no guarantee for Home Show participation until final payment and contract is re-

PAYMENT BY CREDIT CARD: See form in the Exhibitor Contract.
PAYMENT BY CHECK: (deduct $25.00 per booth)

Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga
3221 Harrison Pike
Chattanooga, TN 37406


1.Booth Location. List only 1 or 2 center aisle or perimeter/corner booth requests. We have limited
center aisle and perimeter/corner booths and need to know your preference for a inside booth. To
be placed on the center aisle you MUST have a minimum of 2 booths, those with larger booths (4,
6, 8,10,12 booths) will be given preference to their location. Booth locations can be viewed on the
Home Show website homeshowhchattanooga.com.


2. Booth Placement. Placement in any of the desired choices is NOT GUARANTEED. Booth
placement is determined by the HBAGC according to what it believes, in its sole discretion, will be
in the best interest of the Show and the HBAGC. We will try not to place you near your competi-
tion. Sponsors and companies that have the most booths will be given preference to their booth
location. Once large booths are placed the remaining booth requests (those with 3 or less booths)
will be placed in order by the earliest date that the HBAGC received the finalized contract along
with payment.


3. Deposit and Full Payment. In order to reserve a space in the Show, Exhibitor shall deposit with
the HBAGC the sum of Two Hundred and 00/100 Dollars ($200.00) per booth, no later than De-
cember 15, 2023. All deposits are non-refundable. There may be booth availability after De-
cember 15, 2023, but booths are not guaranteed. There will be no refund for booth space after
January 22, 2024.
There is no guarantee for Home Show participation until final payment and the
signed contract is received. Final payments are due by January 29, 2024. There is a discount of
$25 per booth if exhibitor pays with a check. This discount is only applied to balance. The entire de-
posit of $200 is due to reserve a booth(s) and both the deposit and final payments must be made
by check to receive the discount.


4. Floor Plan. HBAGC reserves the right to make changes to the overall show floor plan and/or Exhibitor’s preferences for this booth, or booths, are as follows:

  • Total Number of Booths:__________ *Please list booth numbers. Do not write “same as last year”. If you can not recall your previous year booth location and would like to request the same please contact the HBA.
  • 1st, 2nd and 3rd Choice(s).
  • Please list all products / services to be exhibited in show.

Booth assignments in its sole discretion in order to serve the best interests of the shows and its col-
lective exhibitors.


5. Use of Booth, Assignment and Subletting. Exhibitor does not have the right to allow anyone
other than Exhibitor to occupy or use the booth space. Exhibitor may not assign or sublease
the booth space for any reason to any person without the express written permission of the
HBAGC. Exhibitor lease includes a booth space of 10 feet by 10 feet. All materials, employ-
ees, décor, displays, and signage must remain within the space. Overflowing into the aisle or
in front of the booth is not permitted.
Exhibitor does not have the right to allow anyone other
than exhibitor to occupy or use the booth space. Someone MUST be in your booth at all
times during the show. The exhibitor agrees that he/she or his/her employees or other repre-
sentatives will not perform any act, physical, or otherwise, that might damage or be detri-
mental in any way to the Tri-State Home Show or the HBAGC.


6. Alcohol. Alcohol will not be permitted in any booth. Exhibitor does not have the right to allow an-
yone to have to alcohol working in their booth(s)


7. Liabilities. HBAGC does not make any warranty or guaranty to exhibitors against loss or dam-
age or any kind. All booth space is leased at the risk of the Exhibitor and the Exhibitor
agrees to release, indemnify and hold harmless the following parties from any and all the lia-
bility from any cause related in any way to the show: HBAGC, its employees, agents, volun-
teers, officers, directors and members; The City of Chattanooga; The Carter Street Corpora-
tion and Hamilton County (all of whom are collectively referred to below as the “Home Show
Parties”). None of the Home Show Parties shall be held responsible by Exhibitor, in any
manner whatsoever, for any loss, damage or injury that may occur to the Exhibitor, employ-
ee, guests or property from any cause whatsoever prior to, during, or subsequent to, the
show for any loss, damage or injury related in any way to the show or Exhibitor’s participa-
tion in the show.


8. Cooking in Booth. Anyone wishing to cook during the show must contact the Convention Center
for approval. The booth must also keep an adequate fire extinguisher visible.


9. Fire Prevention. Regulations require your exhibit to be confined to your booth with no supports,
strings, wire, etc., attached to posts or other fixture in the center.


10. Limitations. Exhibits shall be installed so that they will not exceed beyond the space allotted.
Distribution of printed materials, souvenirs or other articles must be restricted to the
space of the exhibit.
Individual public address systems will be permitted on the premises,
but must NOT be audible more than three (3) feet from booth. The exposed backs or sides
of all booths must be draped or finished, with no signage, so that it will not interfere with an
adjoining booth. Booths must not be higher than the 8 foot back drop.


11. Security. The HBAGC will provide around the clock security protection from Monday, February
12th at 7:00 a.m. until Monday, February 19th at 1:00 p.m. You can assist by removing or
securing any small or expensive items from your booth before leaving.


12. Amendments. Any and all matters of questions not specifically covered by the preceding
rules and regulations shall be subject solely to the decisions of HBAGC management or
Home Show officials. All amendments so made shall be binding on exhibitors equally with
the foregoing rules and regulations.


13. Damages. Exhibitors are liable for any and all damages caused to the Trade Center floors,
walls, or columns, or to standard booth equipment and to other Exhibitor’s property. Exhibi-
tors may not apply paint, lacquer, adhesive or any other coating to building floors, columns or
to standard booth equipment.

14. Certificate of Insurance. Exhibitors are required to provide Certificate of Liability Insurance
by February 2, 2024.
Liability Certificates are to list Tri-State Home Show, February 16, 17
and 18 ,2024 at the Chattanooga Convention Center in Chattanooga, TN. The Chattanooga
Convention Center and the Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga named as ad-
ditionally insured.

15. Compliance. The Exhibitor agrees that the exhibit shall be admitted and shall remain from
day to day solely on strict compliance with the rules herein laid down. HBAGC reserves the
rights to reject, eject, or prohibit any exhibit in whole or part, or any Exhibitor or his represent-
tatives, with or without giving cause. If an exhibit or Exhibitor is ejected for violation of these
rules or for any other reason, no return of rental monies shall be made.


Additonal Rules and Regulations can be located on the Exhibitors Contract.


We have compiled this exhibitor’s manual to help you make the most out of your Home Show experience.  Be sure and read over the entire booklet.  This booklet has helpful information about the show and also things you can do to make your Home Show experience a successful one. Click Here: Exhibitors Manual