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Koi Club of San Diego 33rd Annual Koi Show
March 7 & 8, 2020 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds Activity Center
Dry Booths: 101 - 120 Wet Booths: 201 - 206 & 301 - 316
Booth spaces are 10' wide by 10' deep, with a blue/white back wall and side rails. We include 1 table and 2 chairs with each booth. Table-cover and skirts, blue indoor/outdoor carpet, and a power drop are also available for a nominal additional charge.
Preferred setup for all booths is Friday afternoon from 1PM to 5 PM.
If you have a small, easy set up (without water), you may come in Saturday morning from 7AM to 8:55AM. Limited drive-through access will only be available during Friday afternoon setup and Sunday tear-down with a 9-foot height limitation on vehicles. The access to be able to hand-truck in equipment and supplies from the parking areas is good. Fish vendors must set up their tanks on Friday afternoon. Fish may be brought in Friday afternoon, Saturday and/or Sunday mornings from 7AM to 8:30 AM.
Remember to bring everything you need . . . tank covers, bags, air pumps/air stones, rubber bands, dechlorinator/water treatment chemicals, a sump pump w/ hose, etc. It is strongly recommended that you bring your own oxygen.
Reserving Your Booth Space
At the top of this page are all of the booths listed in order. If a booth has already be selected, it will be marked as out of stock. If your requested booth(s) is/are available you can add to your cart. You can proceed to checkout, but each time you make that choice you will be sent another individual invoice. It is more practical to avoid the proceed to checkout until you have selected all of your items to be purchased. When you finish placing your orders, at that time you can Proceed to checkout. At checkout you may pay online or be invoiced. Invoiced payments may be made as partial payments, if you are requesting to be invoiced. Online payments must be paid in full at checkout. You are expected to make at least a partial payment of not less than $200. (Deposits are non-refundable.) Deposits are due by December 13, 2019 and full payment is due on or before January 17th, 2020. You may call Greg Ruth at (858) 395-7882 or email him at email@example.com with any questions or to discuss booth assignments.
Dry Booths for dealers selling products where water is not required may be assigned any booths in the facility beginning with 101 - 120, and may use 201-206 & 301-316, if and only if wet booth vendors have been accommodated.
Wet Booths for dealers selling Koi are limited to booths 201-206 & 301-316.
Drainage will be provided behind each wet booth for ease of water changes during the show. Water and drainage are only available for wet booths. Aeration is a must for vendors selling fish and the electrical power drop is required. (If you have multiple wet booths, only a single power drop is needed unless you require more than 5 amps).
We have a fire hose available for filling your tank(s) after the main show tanks are filled on Friday afternoon. Two standard hoses will also be available during this time and throughout the duration of the show for water changes. Please do your water changes only before or after the show is open to the public, except in emergencies. A limited number of tanks are available for rent at $50 per tank. Vendors are responsible to maintain their own water quality throughout the show; however Jack Chapman, the Show Water Quality person, will be available to assist with your water treatment, if needed. Please contact him directly at the show. Better yet, contact him two days prior to your arrival at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Booth Accessories and Banquet reservations are found listed in the third column to the right above.