2022 Convention & Trade Show
Reserve a Booth
Greater Richmond Convention Center
September 13, 2022
To begin your booth reservation, please complete the form below.
Please read the contract details below prior to submitting your reservation request.
Booth Options: Policy: No refunds after July 1, 2022
This contract entitles you to a 10' x 10’ exhibit booth including: 8' high pipe and flame resistant fabric backdrops; 3' high pipe and flame resistant fabric side rails; carpeting; a booth sign with your company name; one six foot draped table and two chairs. Additional furnishings will be available, at an additional charge, through HOLLINS Exhibits if desired. Information about this will be included in the Exhibitor Services Kit, which will be sent to contracted exhibitors no later than August 15.
Neither the Virginia Health Care Association and its representatives or employees of Richmond Marriott and the Richmond Convention Center and their representatives will be responsible for any injury, loss or damage that may occur to the exhibitor or the exhibitor's employees or property from any cause whatsoever. The exhibitor, or his representative, on signing this contract expressly releases the foregoing named Association, individuals, decorator, and center from any and all claims for such loss, damage or injury.
Representatives of companies that have not purchased a booth will not be allowed to show products, discuss services, or otherwise solicit business in the trade show area; that right is reserved exclusively for representatives of those companies that have purchased booths. Anyone who violates this policy will be escorted from the Trade Show and will not be permitted to re-enter for the duration of the convention.
Health and Safety Protocols (Updated as of August 19, 2022):
The CDC recommends use of COVID Community Level to determine the impact of COVID-19 on communities and needed prevention steps. Take precautions to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 based on the COVID-19 Community Level in your area
In summary, the CDC recommends staying up to date with vaccines and testing if you have symptoms. Further, it says people may choose to wear a mask anytime. (Note: Community Transmission levels are provided for healthcare facility use only.)
Given that providers are covered under the CMS vaccine mandate and most of our associate members are also vaccinated, VHCA-VCAL’s updated safety protocols are*:
- We will not require proof of vaccination or otherwise ask about vaccine status.
- Masks will be encouraged but not required. Per CDC guidance, masks should be worn indoors in public when the COVID-19 Community Level is High. We ask that anyone not vaccinated please wear a mask.
- Meetings held on-site at a long term care facility must follow the host facility’s protocols.
*Subject to change.
Our goal is always to keep our event attendees healthy and safe. As a precautionary measure, VHCA-VCAL asks attendees who are sick and/or have active symptoms of fever, cough, or shortness of breath to please refrain from attending our events for the benefit of all concerned. Attendees who must refrain from participating in an event due to exposure/illness for which registration has already been paid may contact Doran Hutchinson to discuss cancellation options.