Important Dates and Information

Update your Online Profile. Click on "Edit Booth Info" below. ASAP
Register and Book Housing. Click on "Register Your Booth Personnel" below. ASAP
Review the Exhibitor Deadline Checklist ASAP
Early Bird Pricing Ends for Lead Retrieval Apr 26
Exhibitors with Hotel Room Blocks - Deadline to provide guest names Apr 29
Last Day to cancel Hotel Rooms without penalty  May 2
Advance Pricing deadline for Lead Retrieval May 12
Advance Pricing deadline for Audio Visual and Computer Rentals  May 14
Use the PowerPoint Template to submit ONE slide to be featured in the Keynote Session slideshows. Submit your slide to May 20
Request the Invited Press List - email May 20
Complete intent to use Exhibitor Appointed Contractor (EAC) Form; send to May 27
Discount Deadline for Freeman Services - Booth furnishings, carpet, labor, cleaning
May 27
Deadline to Reserve Hotel Rooms through the Housing Bureau at the Discounted Rate - Block could sell out prior to this date May 27
Advance Shipments may begin arriving at the Warehouse - Late fees will apply for any materials received after June 17 May 27
REQUIRED: Submit a copy of Certificate of Insurance to May 27
Advance Deadline for Music City Center Services (MCC) - Catering, Electrical, Internet, Rigging June 10
Pre-Registration Deadline June 17
Direct Shipments may start arriving at the Music City Center June 24

Pandemic Safety

Last updated 3/18/22 - Subject to Change

Proof of Vaccination No Longer Required

The health and safety of our attendees remains our top priority. As the pandemic continues ot recede, the BOMA International Executive Committee has voted to suspend the requirement that BOMA conference attendees show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test.  We are continuing to monitor infection rates across the country, and CDC and local health guidelines. As such, the vaccination/negative test requirement is subject to reinstatement at any time. We will continue to keep attendees informed about any changes to this policy. 

Face coverings are not mandated in Tennessee, and we will not require masks to be worn during the conference. Nevertheless, we still encourage mask wearing as the best way to protect yourself and others, and to help reduce the spread of COVID. Per current CDC guidelines, we strongly encourage attendees to wear a face covering indoors if you are unvaccinated, or if you have a weakened immune system, or if you are at increased risk for severe COVID-19 disease due to age or underlying health conditions.

All attendees must comply with on-site pandemic protocols and the Code of Conduct.


Code of Conduct / Personal Responsibility

By attending BOMA 2022 in Nashville, you agree to the following:

  • I agree not to travel or attend BOMA 2022 if I or a member of my household is sick
  • I will not attend if I test positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone with symptoms or someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19
  • If I begin to feel sick when I arrive in Nashville, or at anytime during the conference, I will isolate myself immediately. I understand the symptoms of COVID-19 include fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting,.
  • I will frequently wash and sanitize my hands while attending BOMA 2022
  • I will follow social distancing guidelines and foot traffic flow signs
  • I will greet everyone in a safe and professional way
  • I will follow safety protocols in place at the conference, in the hotel, at the convention center, and all local, state and federal public health guidelines and laws
  • I acknowledge that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By attending, I voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19
  • I agree to cooperate with BOMA, its conference venues and public health officials regarding investigations and reporting of COVID-19 infections or suspected infections prior to, during or after the conference.

We are continuing to monitor the ongoing developments and policy changes concerning pandemic safety. We are working closely with our Nashville venues and suppliers to ensure we provide an environment that complies with local, state and CDC guidelines. Instructions and protocols are subject to change and we will continue to update you.