Welcome to the ODTUG Kscope23

Exhibitor Portal


Here you will find useful information about exhibiting this year. If you need additional details, contact Brittany Butler at brittany@odtug.com.

Please register your booth attendants by June 2.  


Upcoming Deadlines and Dates:  


Monday, May 9

Deadline to donate to Mile High Behavioral Health Care at the Aurora Day Resource Center to have your company name/logo on the Community Service Day t-shirt as a supporter

Thursday, May 11

Deadline to confirm turnkey booth specs with Freeman

Friday, May 25 

First day advance shipments can arrive at Freeman warehouse without surcharges

Monday, May 29

Deadline to order with payment through Freeman with a discount

Tuesday, June 1

Deadline to book in the rooming block at the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Conference Center 

Friday, June 2

Deadline to register booth attendants and order box lunches/food passes

Friday, June 16

Deadline for Validar physical device pre-orders. Personal device licenses are available until event start.

Thursday, June 22

Deadline to request AV needs with Encore

Thursday, June 22

Last day advance shipments can arrive at Freeman warehouse without surcharges 

Saturday, June 24

First day advance shipments can arrive at the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Conference Center

1. Freeman Exhibition Kit, Quick Facts and Order Forms: Click Here

2. Gaylord Rockies Resort & Conference Center Exhibition Kit (utilities, network and communications, signage, etc.): Click Here

3. Exhibit Hall Floor Plans: Click Here

4. Booth Attendant Registration: Register

5. Exhibit Hall Hours, Break Times, and Activities: See Below

6. Validar Lead Retrieval OptionsOrder

Exhibit Set up and Breakdown Times:


Saturday,  June 24, 2023

1:00 – 5:00 p.m. Exhibitor Set up

Sunday,  June 25, 2023

8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Exhibitor Set up

Wednesday, June 28, 2023

2:00 – 6:00 p.m. Break down begins when afternoon sessions start


Exhibit Hours:


Sunday, June 25, 2023, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. 

Monday, June 26, 2023, 10:00 a.m. – 6:15 p.m.

Tuesday, June 27, 2023, 10:45 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, June 28, 2023, 11:15 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 


Exhibit Hall Event Schedule: 


Sunday, June 25, 2023

6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Welcome Reception

Monday, June 26, 2023

10:00 – 10:30 a.m. Morning Break

3:45 – 4:15 p.m. Afternoon Break

5:15 - 6:15 p.m. Happy Hour

Tuesday, June 27, 2023

10:45 – 11:15 a.m. Morning Break

2:45 - 3:15 p.m. Afternoon Break

5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Happy Hour

Wednesday, June 28, 2023

11:15 – 11:45 a.m. Morning Break 

7. Specific Restriction for Booths

Booths may not impede the use of the fire sprinkler system. If you are rigging any overhead signage, please contact show services to be put in touch with the convention center’s approved rigging contractor. Any two-level booth requires a building permit using an engineer-stamped floor plan in advance. Please contact show services if this applies to you as safety requirements will need to be considered. There are also specific regulations about the display of motorized vehicles. If you plan to display a vehicle with an internal combustion engine, please contact Freeman for specific regulations.

8. Information on Raffle

ODTUG encourages you to host raffles in your booth.

9. Special Event Information

Tickets to the special event are available for booth attendants to purchase at the time of registration and will be available on site. 

10. Spreading the Word

Thank you for doing your part to promote ODTUG Kscope23. If you haven’t done so already, please make sure you have our promotional button posted on your website and the event listed on your calendar. Keep sending out those email blasts with your vendor codes prominently listed!

11. Community Service Day

This year, ODTUG has partnered with Mile High Behavioral Health Care at the Aurora Day Resource Center for our community service day project. Based in Aurora, Colorado, MHBHC is a nonprofit relief agency that provides a caring, seamless continuum of behavioral healthcare to those in need. 

Companies or individuals donating $300 or more by May 9, 2023 will have their names or logos placed on the back of the official ODTUG Community Service Day t-shirt. Click here to donate. Make sure to indicate Kscope23 in the dedication section of the donation page.

12. Welcome Reception

The ODTUG Kscope23 Welcome Reception is your company’s time to shine. The exhibit hall will be filled with attendees in great spirits, waiting to hear what your company has to offer. The reception is from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Sunday, June 25. Please have your staff at your booth by 5:45 p.m. to ensure they are ready when the exhibit hall opens. There are food and beverage options available from the Gaylord Rockies that may be added to your booth to help draw attendees to your space. If your company is interested, contact Elizabeth Helwig directly at elizabeth.helwig@gaylordhotels.com.

13. Booking Hotel Rooms

There are still rooms available at the Gaylord Rockies. Make a reservation as soon as possible. 

Rooms are available at our group rate of $249.00/night.

***Please note there are a few scam companies out there; do not book any hotel reservations with people who call or email offering a discounted rate. Only book through the link above.***

14. Rules and Regulations for Exhibiting at ODTUG Kscope23

Vendor Agreement:

On behalf of the company listed here, we agree to abide by all rules and regulations outlined by ODTUG. We understand that email updates containing necessary information about participation in ODTUG Kscope23 on June 25-29, 2023 will be sent to the primary email address listed on this agreement.

This contract between ODTUG (hereinafter, “Show Management”) and the exhibiting company (“Exhibitor”) hereby applies to an exhibit space at ODTUG Kscope23. By agreeing to this contract, Exhibitor will comply with the rules and regulations of Show Management and the contracted facility. Show Management reserves the right to make changes to exhibit information, such as booth number, hours, and dates, which will be provided to the Exhibitor no later than May 1, 2023 in the Exhibitor Kit. The Exhibitor is responsible for the information and deadlines contained in the Exhibitor Service Manual and therefore required to meet all deadlines. Missed deadlines may result in losing specific marketing or logistic opportunities. If the Exhibitor is purchased or in anyway merges with any other company, the new company assumes all responsibilities laid out in the original contract.

By submitting an application for exhibit space and except for Show Management’s negligence or misconduct, the Exhibitor releases Show Management from any and all liabilities to Exhibitor, its agents, licensees, or employees that may arise or be asserted as a result of submission of an application or of participation in this exposition. This application becomes a contract when accepted by the Exhibitor and Show Management. ODTUG is not responsible for changes to the conference schedule, offerings, presenters, or any other logistical changes. These changes are not grounds for changing, canceling or amending this contract.

All exhibits must be installed during the time designated by Show Management. Exhibit staff must be in charge of the display during the hours when the exhibit area is open. Each Exhibitor agrees to maintain the exhibit through all exhibition hours. Exhibit personnel must wear the ODTUG Kscope23 approved identification badges while on the exhibit floor. Security will be provided for overnight non-show hours on the dates the exhibit hall will be open. No Exhibitor will be permitted to dismantle displays or remove products from the exhibit hall prior to the scheduled closing time.

Unless otherwise specified in this Contract, payment of fees shall be made in US currency by credit card payment, check, or bank transfer payable to ODTUG, and shall be due within thirty (30) days after receiving the invoice or prior to the start of the first event, whichever is earlier. All credit card payments are subject to a 3% processing fee to be paid by the exhibitor/sponsor. No advertising or benefits will be fulfilled by ODTUG until payment is made.

Exhibitor Registration:
Information regarding Exhibitor registration will be available in the Exhibitor Kit. All persons working in the exhibit area must be registered as exhibit staff or conference attendees of ODTUG Kscope23 and be at least 21 years of age. No one will be admitted to the exhibit area without a badge. Exhibitor badges will include exhibit hall access only. Food will be available for purchase prior to the conference through the registration process. Exhibit staff wishing to attend conference sessions must be registered as full conference attendees.

Sponsor/Exhibitor Cancellation Policy:
Full payment of Sponsor/Exhibitor is due with a signed contract. In the event the Exhibitor wishes to cancel exhibit space, the Exhibitor must send notice of cancellation in writing. If the Exhibitor cancels more than one hundred twenty (120) days before the event, Exhibitor shall receive a 50% refund. In the event the Exhibitor cancels between ninety (90) and one hundred twenty (120) days before the event, Exhibitor shall receive a 25% refund. If the Exhibitor cancels less than ninety (90) days before the event, the fees are non-refundable. Exhibitor is responsible for payment of such fees regardless of the reason for cancellation.

Show Management Cancellation Policy:
Should the conference be cancelled for reasons of continued pandemic or any other reason not covered as an act of God, ODTUG will notify exhibitors within 24 hours once the decision to cancel has been made. ODTUG will maintain the latest information regarding the cancellation or potential cancellation on its website. ODTUG will offer full or partial refunds of the sponsorship monies paid as long as it is prior to the start date of the conference.

Sponsors/Exhibitors will have the option to invest any paid funds in another ODTUG conference. ODTUG will present these options in writing via email within 14 days of the cancellation announcement.

Exhibit Space:
Exhibitors may not sublet any part of the space assigned, nor represent, advertise, or distribute literature for the product or services of any other firm or individual except as approved in writing by Show Management. Exhibitors’ promotional activities are confined to the actual space purchased or in areas approved by Show Management (e.g. vendor forums, hospitality suites). Signage within an Exhibitor’s space may contain only logos owned by the Exhibitor. Exhibitors will be bound by booth rules that will be included in the Exhibitor Kit. Booth sharing is not allowed.

Show Management reserves the right to restrict or prohibit exhibits that, because of noise, method of operation, or any other reason, are objectionable or otherwise detract from or are out of keeping with the character of the exposition as a whole. Show Management may prohibit installation or request removal of any signage or booth parts that block direct view of connecting booths for the main aisles; this is at Show Management’s sole discretion. Show Management may prohibit installation or request removal or discontinuance of any Exhibitor or promotion that, if continued, departs substantially from Exhibitor’s preapproved design and description. In the event of such restrictions, prohibitions, or removal, Show Management will, where appropriate, refund the exhibitor space rental fee and shall not be otherwise liable to the Exhibitor.

Booth Dimensions and Signage:
Exhibit fixtures, components, and identification signs will be permitted to a maximum height of 8'3" for 10’x10’ and 10’x20’ booths, and 20' for island 20’x20’ booths and larger. Hanging signs from the ceiling is allowed only if approved by Show Management. Show Management will hang specific sponsor and directional signs at its discretion.

Souvenirs and Samples:
Distribution of souvenirs and samples is permitted, provided there is no interference with other exhibits. Show Management may withhold or withdraw permission to distribute souvenirs, advertising, or any other material it considers objectionable. Badge holders may not be distributed. Souvenirs and samples distributed at sponsored events are property of ODTUG, not the sponsoring vendor. If ownership is transferred to a sponsoring vendor, ODTUG is not responsible for packaging or transportation of said items. Conference sponsors are not allowed to distribute or request distribution of their souvenirs and samples at events sponsored by other vendors.

Storage of additional literature, product, storage crates, or packing materials behind the back drape is strictly prohibited in every major exhibit facility in the U.S. If such items are stored behind the booth, the exhibiting company will be required to remove them immediately and pay for storage with the service contractor. Exhibitors may store a limited supply of literature or products appropriately within the booth area, so long as these items do not impede access to utility services, create a safety problem, or look unsightly.

Liability and Insurance:
Each party will indemnify, defend and hold the other harmless from any loss, liability, costs, or damages arising from actual or threatened claims resulting from its breach of this Agreement or the negligence, gross negligence, or intentional misconduct of such party or its officers, directors, employees, agents, contractors, members, or participants when acting within the scope of their employment or agency. Neither party will be liable for punitive damages.

Americans with Disabilities Act:
Exhibitors shall be responsible for making their exhibit accessible to persons with disabilities as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act and shall hold Show Management harmless from any consequences of failing to do so.

Performance of Music and Licenses:
Exhibits that include the operation of musical equipment, radios, sound or motion picture equipment, public address systems, or any noise-making machines must be operated so resulting noise will not annoy or disturb adjacent Exhibitors and their patrons and must be approved by Show Management. Speakers and other sound devices should be positioned to direct sound into the booth rather than the aisle. Rule of thumb: Sound and noise should not exceed 85 decibels. Demonstration areas must be organized within the Exhibitors’ space so as not to interfere with any aisle traffic. Should spectators of a demonstration interfere with normal traffic flow in the aisle, Show Management will require that the demonstration cease. Exhibitors and vendors are responsible for individual ASCAP/BMI music licensing fees if applicable to ODTUG Kscope23 exhibit booth and/or vendor hospitality function. Vendors and Exhibitors hereby represent that they have, or shall have by the time of the event, obtained all required licenses for the live or recorded performance of music. Exhibitors and/or vendors shall indemnify and hold harmless Show Management, its directors, officers, agents, members, and representatives from and against all claims, costs (including reasonable attorney fees), expenses, and liabilities arising from breach of the foregoing representations.

Distribution of collateral is permitted, provided there is no interference with other exhibits and it contains only logos owned by the Exhibitor. Show Management may withhold or withdraw permission to distribute collateral or any other material it considers objectionable.

Food and Beverage:
Any food or beverages to be given away at exhibit booths must be approved by Show Management and the contracted facility. If approved, food and beverages must be ordered directly through the contracted facility.