Hence, stacking up loads and
loads of them can lead to an unwanted disaster.
5.) Participating in illegal activities
While getting crazy or suddenly going wild in Las Vegas isnít a
new thing, you will have to deal with the consequences
of your actions. Donít jaywalk, card count (and get caught) or
participate in other types of illegal activities. Itís not worth
the risk because the result not only affects your company, but
also probably ends your employment.
6.) Dressing inappropriately
Comfortable clothes are the best choice, make sure you dress in
if itís that time of the year when the weather is unpredictable.
Many companies use booth uniforms if you, not
a business attire (not the newest thing in your wardrobe) is a
good choice. Get a haircut and a fresh shave, do not customize
your uniform making
it reveal too much flesh or appear raggedy. And of course smell
7.) Not preparing for the desert
Located in the Mojave Desert,
the city has hot and dry summersÖ Be
prepared! Stay as hydrated as you can- drink water; stay off too
much alcohol as it
can contribute to dehydration; ALWAYS wear some sunscreen (no
matter what time of the year it is) and have a hat and
sunglasses standby. Chapstick or a lip balm would be good too.
8.) Wearing the wrong shoes
Yes, they might look really
but if they arenít comfortable, donít wear them. The stress of
standing for hours compounded with the booth floors that never
smile back at you can make your feet very
And an unhappy feet equals
an irritable, tired and unfriendly staff. Wearing new
shoes is also a No-No so if you need to get them, purchase a
comfortable pair weeks before the show.
9.) Losing track of time
Get there early enough so you can set up without having to rush,
organize your stuff and of course find a good parking space. Keep
track of time while socializing with the neighbors (not too
much of this is
if your booth is short staffed). On each show day, pay attention
to time, losing track of time might mean some of your stuff get
broken as tired, hungry, sleepy,
booth staffers shove stuff into their packs.