Standard booths include a 10-foot by 10-foot area with one 8-foot table, two chairs and a white fabric backdrop on metal piping. Exhibitors may purchase additional furnishings and services (e.g., air/water connections, audio visual equipment, electrical services) through the Alliant Energy Center by visiting alliantenergycenter.com or calling 608-267-3950.
Each exhibitor may request five exhibitor passes for each booth purchased. These special passes are to be used only by your staff working at the show. A maximum of 20 complimentary passes are available for exhibitors that have purchased a minimum of four booths. For exhibitors requiring more than the maximum number of exhibitor passes, up to 10 additional passes can be purchased for $7 each.
In addition, each exhibitor will receive two complimentary Garden Expo one-day tickets for guests. Tickets are mailed with the final show packet three weeks prior to Garden Expo.
Exhibitors also receive one free three-day parking pass. Additional three-day parking passes may be purchased at the rate of $18 each.
Exhibitors can advertise their business in Garden Expo’s event guide, which is inserted in the Sunday Wisconsin State Journal newspaper on February 8, 2015, with a circulation of 127, 000 in 17 south-central Wisconsin counties, and distributed to all Garden Expo attendees. Space is limited; contact Lorraine Frederickson at 608-252-6318 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A tough month for the taliban,tough 8yrs for US:
By DEB RIECHMANN, Associated Press Writer
1 hour, 12 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - President Bush said Wednesday he is weighing whether to send more troops to Afghanistan. Bush said it has been a "tough month" in Afghanistan, where more U.S. and NATO troops died during the past two months than in Iraq.
The president told a Rose Garden news conference that one reason for the rising deaths "is that our troops are taking the fight to a tough enemy ... of course there is going to be resistance." It has also been a "tough month for the Taliban," he said