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by Chris Johnson
The Las Vegas Convention Center is one of the largest venues for trade shows in the world, and customers frequently ask which display arm lights are approved for use there.
If you are exhibiting at a show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, use this information as your guideline to help you choose the appropriate display lighting for your booth. If you are attending a trade show at any other venue, make sure to check the lighting policies beforehand. You don't want to be scrambling to find new lights for your booth at the last minute. According to Bruce Baker, a booth design expert, proper lighting will boost sales more than any other item you can purchase for your exhibit.
The Las Vegas Convention Center restricts the use of some types of halogen lighting due to fire safety issues they have had in the past. The following lights are restricted:
Halogen lamps must have an additional glass shield to prevent direct handling in order to be approved for use at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The following lights are approved, as long as they do not exceed 75 watts:
For complete details, read the LVCVA Policy on Halogen Lighting (PDF form). Although the Las Vegas Convention Center may have some of the strictest display lighting guidelines in the country, as a friendly reminder, if you will be exhibiting someplace else you should check the lighting guidelines of the convention center in which you will be exhibiting or the fire department in the area.
Now that you know what display lights to get, check out our articles below to help you make the most out of your exhibit booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Written by Chris Johnson
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