Exhibitor FAQ

Get your questions answered before this year's show

The NMMA is monitoring the current environment and making any necessary changes to the event’s Clean, Health + Safe Plan.

The Boston Convention Center has established cleaning and sanitizing practices in line with Global Biorisk Advisory Committee (GBAC) and CDC recommendations.
Yes, anyone entering the Boston Convention Center must wear a face covering while they are in the building. Face coverings should be worn properly coverings both the nose and mouth and may not be removed until exiting the building.
Yes. Social Distancing will be required of everyone in the building. A minimum of 6’ of distance separation is recommended by the CDC. Please be aware of social distancing while in the Boston Convention Center.
Yes. Anyone entering the event will be thermal screened on each entry. Any person with a thermal reading higher than 100.4° F will not be allowed entry and asked to leave the Boston Convention Center.
Yes, all exhibitors will need to fill out a health screening questionnaire and submit it to the event staff prior to admission into the event.
Move In/Out procedures will remain the same however there have been protocols added to increase health and safe measures of the move-in/out process.
Yes. You will need to design your booth to conform to current Social Distancing protocols in place at the time of the show. Exhibitor display guidelines can be found here.
Yes, however we strongly encourage all exhibitors to place their orders prior to move in.
You must pre-register for your credentials prior to coming to the event. All credentials will be in electronic form.
Yes, you will be needed to show a government issued ID along with your credential at the Exhibitors Entrance to access the show.
Will Call will be in the North Lobby. We require you to order your Guest Tickets prior to the event. If hard stock Guest Tickets are ordered they should be distributed to your customers’ pre-show.
The Show Office will be located next to Will Call in the North Lobby.
Yes. There is a limit to 1 family/group on each boat at a time to allow for Social Distancing.