NFA Fall 2021 Expo Vendor Registration

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If you are an existing NFA member, please make sure to use the email address for the NFA. This is the same email you receive email notifcations from the NFA.

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Advanced Registration (Member $225, Non-Member $350) (before June 15th)


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Regular Registration (Member $250, Non-Member $400) (before September 1st)


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On-Site Registration (Member $275, Non-Member $450) (after September 1st)


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Foreign Invitation Letters ($75 per person)


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After the Smoke Sponsorship Opportunity (Fall Expo 2021)
The NFA is seeking sponsors for our nightly social activity held at the host hotel following the product demos. If you'd like to be an advertised sponsor for both the spring and fall 2021 Expos, please check the appropriate amount.
All sponsorship fees must be paid upon registration submission. No sponsorship will be reserved until full payment of booth fees has cleared. We suggest using a credit card at time of registration. Mailed checks will not be considered "paid" until the check has cleared after being deposited.
NFA Booth Fees
All booth fees must be paid upon registration submission. No booth spaces will be reserved until full payment of booth fees has cleared. We suggest using a credit card at time of registration. Mailed checks will not be considered "paid" until the check has cleared after being deposited.

One 6' skirted table, 2 chairs, 1 duplex electric outlet, drapes and partitions are provided with each booth. If you do not need the standard 1 table and 2 chairs per booth, please let the NFA know and we can arrange for them to not to be in your way.

For setup and tear town dates / times, see https://www.nationalfireworks.com/nfa-expo-information

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NFA Expo Product Demonstration Fees
 
For the demo schedule, see https://www.nationalfireworks.com/nfa-expo-information.

All product demonstration Fees must be paid upon registration submittal. No demo slots will be reserved until full payment of demo fees has cleared. We suggest using a credit card at time of registration. Mailed checks will not be considered "paid" until the check has cleared after being deposited. Demo Lists and Insurance Certificate (if providing your own) must be received by the NFA office in advance by September 1st or your demo will be cancelled with NO refund.

NFA Expo Hospitality Room Fees
Hospitality rooms will be available.

Tom Dunaway’s Train the Trainer Class ($150)
Complete training from a fireworks focus on the what it takes to meet, maintain and fully comply with all DOT requirements for your business.  A very popular course offered at each NFA Expo for our membership and led by Tom Dunaway.  This course is offered on a pre-registration basis so course materials can be purchased and prepared in advance.
PGI Shooter Certification Course ($75)
Complete your PGI Shooter Certification course here.  Conducted by the PGI and led by a PGI Certified instructor, this course is essential training for anyone in the business of conducting fireworks shows where the public is involved.  This course is offered on a pre-registration basis so course materials can be purchased and prepared in advance.
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If you are paying by check, please make your checks out to the "National Fireworks Association" and mail them to the following address:

National Fireworks Association
Nancy Blogin, Executive Director
8224 NW Bradford Court
Kansas City, MO USA 64151
Fax: 01 (816) 741-1348

For any additional questions, please contact Nancy Blogin at office@nationalfireworks.com
Trade Show Exhibitor Policy:
  • Booth Space is determined by the Expo Coordinator based on a first come, first served basis upon the NFA receiving your completed registration form and payment in full.
  • No live firework products are allowed in the trade show.
  • Clearly mark all shipments "DUMMY SAMPLES" or “INERT” and “FOR TRADE SHOW”.
  • You, the attendee, are responsible for the packing, labeling and shipping of booth materials after the trade show to your next destination.
  • The NFA shall not be held responsible for the shipping of any products to or from the trade show.
  • The space as stipulated in this contract is to be used solely for the named Exhibiting member and cannot be transferred or any portion of it to another exhibitor or their agent(s).
  • Every exhibit must be set up and ready for inspection several hours prior to trade show opening.
  • Every exhibit shall be prepared in a neat and orderly style and must be kept clean by the exhibitor during the entire show. No flammable materials (such as crepe paper) shell be used in decoration of the exhibits.
  • The NFA reserves the right to control the use and volume of any loudspeaker, radio, musical instrument or any noise making devices that might interfere with the exhibitors in the immediate area. Public address systems cannot be used except by special permission.
  • The NFA reserves the right to restrict the dissemination of literature viewed by The Board of Directors as a detriment to the National Fireworks Association and/or The NFA Expo.
  • The NFA will use all responsible care to prevent loss or damage to exhibitor’s property, but is not liable in any manner for such loss.
  • Each exhibit must stay within the allotted booth space.
  • No inside exhibits shall be constructed in such a way that will interfere with the viewing of the exhibit next to it.
  • Exhibitors must provide their own extension cords to connect to the electricity provided.
  • The NFA shall determine the placement of exhibits and reserves the right to move any exhibitor. 
  • The Exhibitor agrees to hold the NFA and all co-sponsoring organizations harmless of any liability.
  • The NFA Expo has a "No Pets" policy.
Product Demonstration Exhibitor Policy:
  • All NFA members wishing to have their product demonstrated at the NFA convention must also have a trade show booth under the same name.
  • Product demos will be shot at dark according to the demo schedule (weather permitting).
  • Demo slots are only available on a first come, first served basis upon the NFA receiving your completed registration form, and payment in full.
  • All time slots and demo sequence will be determined by the NFA Safety Team.
  • All fireworks product sent to the NFA for demonstration must fully comply with all applicable US Department of Transportation rules and regulations.
  • All products must be shipped with their approval "E.X." number either listed on the carton or on the shipping document.
  • All product demos must be transported, stored and fired by the exhibiting member company upon obtaining prior approval from the NFA Safety Team.
  • The security of all fireworks will be the responsibility of the exhibiting company and not of the NFA nor the NFA Safety Team
  • The NFA Safety Team has the right to refuse the firing of any product that they deem unsafe.
  • The NFA Safety Team has the right to stop the exhibition of any product without prior notice.
  • All product demos must comply with the appropriate NFPA regulations AND any additional safety precautions detailed by the NFA Safety Team.
  • Your Demo product list and requested shooting order must be sent to the NFA Safety Team (office@nationalfireworks.com) by September 1st or your product will not be demonstrated.
  • A representative of the Exhibiting Company must report to the NFA Safety Team the morning of your scheduled demo to verify the product and shooting sequence or your product will not be demonstrated.
  • No compressed gas devices may be used at an NFPA Expo product demonstration.