RAPS retain sole discretion and authority in the placement, arrangement and appearance of all displays. The following types of exhibits have been approved by RAPS, a “good neighbor policy” should be in effect at all times on the exhibit floor. All exhibits must conform to these regulations. Exhibits not in compliance must be brought into compliance prior to the end of exhibit set up. All dimensions indicated are outside measurements. Consult your floor plan for size of exhibit space. Build your display to fit inside this area. Booth backwalls, including identification signs and decorations, must not exceed 8’ in height. The standard height for all exhibits is 8’. Standard Booth: One or more standard (10’ x 10’) booths in a straight line. Background and end sections, including signs, must not exceed 8’ in height. End sections may be extended out from the back line at their 8’ height for half the distance of the depth of the booth. From that point until they reach the aisle, the end sections may not exceed 4’ in height. This type of display is permitted anywhere in the Exhibition Hall except in the area reserved for island exhibits. Note: Where an Exhibitor’s display is built beyond the limitations and restrictions as set forth in this contract, RAPS reserves the right to correct such display violations by having Exhibitor alter, remove or rearrange any or all of the display so that it will comply with regulations. If the Exhibitor is not available to make such corrections, RAPS has the authority to make any and all necessary corrections at the Exhibitor’s expense. In cases where the reverse side of an Exhibitor’s backwall, sidewall, riser, display, or table(s) is exposed to view, such portion of this display must be suitably finished with fireproof material so that no part of the display construction, electrical wiring, or the like, can be seen from the aisles or adjoining booths belonging to other exhibitors. Booth carpet is required for all exhibits and must be ordered by or provided by and at the Exhibitor’s expense. If Exhibitor’s plans are not consistent with or differ from the descriptions contained herein, Exhibitor must contact RAPS for clarification. Should Exhibitor desire to use booth equipment, signage, decoration, or display arrangements other than what is described in this Contract or which conflicts in any way with what is described in this Contract, Exhibitor must submit two (2) copies of a detailed sketch, photograph, or proposed layout to at least three months in advance of the opening of the Exhibition, and obtain advance written approval from RAPS. RAPS will not approve unsafe exhibit construction, or any which encroach upon the aisles or other exhibit areas.