Safe Visit Initiative
Designed with your safety in mind.
Health & Safety Measures at the Flooring Markets.
Shaping Your Experience.
Your health and well-being has always been a top priority of ours. Now, more than ever, we are raising the bar to ensure we provide the cleanest and safest possible market for you.
Our Commitment To Your Protection.
We all understand that networking and group behavior has changed. Our markets are redesigned to provide you the opportunity to conduct business in a monitored environment.
Enhanced safety measures
What We’re Doing to Keep You Safe
Our floor plans and common areas have been adjusted to ensure physical distancing measures for all guests based on the city, state, federal and facility guidelines.
Our team is working closely with all of our facilities and event production partners every day to deploy new proper hygiene and safety standards.
For a deeper dive into all of the things we’re doing to keep you safe, please click below to read our full Safe Visit Initiative.
Market Floor Plans
Physical Design For Face-to-Face Market
Our markets and floor plans have been redesigned to provide you with a comfortable experience:
In order to facilitate a safe environment, all attendees and exhibitors are required to pre-register. Registration is complimentary! Badges will be printed and mailed to the primary contact on your registration form. Badge mailings will begin 30 days prior to market. Register within 10 days of market opening in order to receive your credentials.
Staggered Arrival Times
To properly manage traffic flow and ensure safe, physical distancing, attendees will be required to choose a specific arrival time during the pre-registration process. Arrival times will be on the hour or 1/2 hour. The first hour of both market days will be reserved for at-risk attendees.
Contactless registration will be enforced. Attendees and exhibitors will scan their badge upon entry to market.
- Masks will be required inside the facility.
- Floor decals will be placed to ensure proper safe and physical distancing with 6-foot spacing.
- Sanitation stations will be located around the facility.
- Aisles have been increased in width and space. Booth layouts include safe space between 10x10s.
- Assigned distancing traffic flow patterns for entrances and exits have been created.
Upon entry to market, all attendees and exhibitors will be required to complete a mobile health screening through the HealthShield Bot.* The morning of your arrival, you will receive a HealthShield Bot by text message, asking you four simple health-related questions. The Healthshield Bot will ask for your temperature. We encourage you to take your temperature before arriving to market or bring a thermometer with you. There will also be infrared thermometers onsite. Upon completion of the screening, a pass or fail score will appear based on the answers submitted. You will simply show your paper badge and HealthShield bot confirmation to the door greeter as you walk into the exhibit hall.
*Information from the Healthshield Bot will only be shared with the Health Department and authorities in the case of an outbreak.
Code Of Conduct
Attendees and exhibitors will be required to adhere to the Attendance Agreement & Code of Conduct Policy for all markets. Click below to review.
Covid-19 Industry News
The latest COVID-19 updates and views from your marketplace.
The Southwest Flooring Market took place April 8-9 at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. Check out our feature in Floor Covering News. Click the link to read the full article. Read The Full Article Get more COVID-19 related flooring industry news or follow...
The Southwest Flooring Market took place April 8-9 at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. Check out our feature in Floor Covering Weekly. Click the link to read the full article. Read The Full Article Get more COVID-19 related flooring industry news or...
The Southeast Flooring Market took place Thursday, March 11 – Friday, March 12 with strict safety measures in place. Check out our feature in Floor Covering Weekly. Click the link to read the full article. Read The Full Article Get more COVID-19 related...