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2016 OKC Oilfield Expo
2016-08-17 - 2016-08-18
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The 2014 OKC Oilfield Expo will take place October 1-2, 2014 at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, OK.This expo is an industry-exclusive trade show focused on creating a professional atmosphere where oilfield professionals from Oklahoma and beyond can gather, network, view the latest technology, compare hundreds of service and equipment suppliers and negotiate their best deals.For exhibitors, this means more qualified contacts walking the floor, a greater opportunity to expand and solidify their network of buyers and a better chance of making enough sales on the show floor to cover their trade show investment and then some.For attendees, that means filling the show floor with exhibitors whose products and services can help them operate more efficiently and cost-effectively. There are a lot of businesses that would like to get their products in front of energy buyers, but we limit participants to those companies that are relevant to our attendees' interest.Another part of creating that professionals atmosphere is limiting the practices of brief-casing or trick-or-treating. Non-exhibiting attendees who distribute sales materials and attendees who fill goody bags to brim are asked to leave the show. It's one more way we work to protect the investment of all of our participants and maintain the integrity of the show to continually represent a good investment for attendees and exhibitors.
The OKC Oilfield Expo is open exclusively to members of the oil and gas industry. This policy is in place to ensure the maximum relevance of attendees for our show and to protect the investments of our exhibitors and sponsors. You must be currently employed in the oil and gas industry to attend. All prospective attendees will be required to present proof of current oil and gas employment before being granted admission (eg. business card, recent pay stub, current company ID).What constitutes the oil and gas industry? There are many industries which support the oil and gas industry but which are not part of it for the purposes of admission. Representatives of companies that support the oil and gas industry may be permitted to exhibit at the OKC Oilfield Expo, but will not be permitted to attend as attendees.Types of companies which indirectly support the oil and gas industry but which are not applicable to attend include, but are not limited to, the following:Hospitality providers (eg. Hotels)Staffing agenciesMarketing/advertising firmsOil and gas memorabilia (eg. jewelry, knick-knacks, etc.)Providers of custom apparel and promotionsMancamp service providers (eg. internet providers)On-site caterersLimousine driversReal estate agents/relocatorsInsurance providersFinancial service providersChambers of commerceCity employees (unless invited by show management)Radio stations, TV stations, magazine publishers, etc. (Members of the press are welcome to attend to cover the event, but must apply for a press pass at registration)Webmasters of oil and gas-related marketing/news/classifieds/discussion sites.Students majoring in oil and gas-related programs but not currently employed in the industryPlease pre-screen yourself carefully to ensure you are applicable to attend. If you are uncertain whether you will be admitted, please contact us.ADDITIONAL ADMISSION RULESAll attendees must be at least 18 years of age.All attendees must satisfactorily demonstrate current employment in the oil and gas industry."Trick-or-treating", "briefcasing", and other unprofessional, disruptive behaviors will not be tolerated at any time. Trick-or-treating is the practice of walking the show floor and filling your bags with free giveaways from booths, even from companies you don't have any interest in doing business with. Briefcasing is the practice of an attendee handing out flyers, brochures, or other marketing materials on the show floor. Exhibitors and sponsors pay for the opportunity to market their products and services at the Expo; attendees are not permitted to distribute marketing materials under any circumstances.Clean business casual clothing must be worn by all attendees; those not adhering to dress code will not be permitted entry.By registering to attend/purchasing a ticket/attending the expo, you agree to receive email updates from us, you agree to receive email updates from us, as well as allow us to share your contact information with exhibitors and sponsors.All decisions regarding admission are at management's sole and final discretion, and admission can be revoked at any time for any reason without recourse.
The cost for general booth space at the OKC Oilfield Expo is listed below. Space must be purchased in 10' x 10' blocks.10' x 10' booth - $15.00/square foot - $1,50010' x 20' booth - $15.00/square foot - $3,00010' x 30' booth - $15.00/square foot - $4,500Call us at (866) 918-5550 for information regarding pricing above 10' x 30' space.The following is included with the purchase of each 10' x 10' booth space:8' tall black drape36" tall black side dividersone (1) 6' x 36" black skirted tabletwo (2) side chairsone (1) wastebasketone (1) 7" x 44" identification signhttp://www.okcoilfieldexpo.com/exhibitor-info.php