|Mrs. Meredith Hector
|Mrs. Robin McTaggart
Mrs. Barbara Kenealy
Mrs. Robin McTaggart
This show will be professionally video recorded. No other commercial video recording,
video recording from a tripod or monopod mounted camera, or any video recording or
streaming of large segments of the show will be permitted.
Submission of an entry form and/or physical presence on the show grounds shall constitute
both implied and real consent for both the handler and their dog to be video recorded.
On Line streaming of show video to Facebook, YouTube, FaceTime, U-Stream, Live
Stream or other comparable online outlets is strictly forbidden!
Violation of these show video policies may result in an Event or Bench Committee hearing.
202 NW Hickory Ave
Albany, OR 9732
Rivers Edge Pet Medical Center is approximately 3.8 miles from the Linn County Expo & Fair. Head north on Expo Pkwy NE toward Knox Butte Road E. Turn left onto Knox butte Rd E. Turn right onto Albany Ave SE. Turn left onto SE Salem Avenue. At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto SE Main Street. Turn left onto SE 1st Avenue. Turn right onto N Lyon Street. Turn Right onto NW Springhill Drive then turn left onto NW Hickory Street. Rivers Edge Medical Center is in the center on the left. “Exhibitors should follow their veterinarian's recommendation to assure their dogs are free of internal and external parasites.
Generally speaking, weather in Albany, OR is crisp and chilly in late March/early April. Daytime temperatures should be in the mid to high 50’s and nights in the mid 30’s. There is no way to predict the weather so be sure to check the weekly forecast for the area prior to “packing” your clothes!
The deadline for catalog advertising is February 15, 2019. Rates are as follows:
Ads may be submitted either in draft form or camera-ready copy. For full guidelines on ad layout, artwork, and photograph requirements, go to www.infodog.com. Send ad copy, photographs, and full payment to Carolyn Ing, 493 Westford Street, Carlisle, MA 01741. For further information, email email@example.com . ASSA reserves the right to accept or reject any advertisement requests.
Club banners will be displayed during the week. BANNERS MUST BE RECEIVED BY March 22, 2019. BANNERS WILL NOT BE DISPLAYED IF NOT RECEIVED BY March 22, 2019. Mail banners to Carolyn Ritacco, 3300 NW 185th, Portland, OR 97229-3046 (503) 706-2095, firstname.lastname@example.org
Catalogs for Conformation events with marking sheets are available for purchase for $30.00 and will be mailed after the show. Use the Master Reservation Form to order.
You may order prepaid catalogs for Conformation and Performance to be picked up at show on the Master Reservation Form. Conformation catalogs are $20.00 and include Futurity, Conformation, and Junior Showmanship plus Obedience and Rally. Performance catalogs are $10.00 and include Herding and Agility.
Use the Master Reservation Form to register for the Welcome Party and Symposium and to order catalogs. Reservations will be accepted by March 6, 2019 . Requests for refunds must be received no later than March 6, 2019 after which no refunds will be issued. Events and items ordered on the Master Reservation Form may be paid for by check or money order in US funds or via PayPal.
Reservations for grooming space and preferred seating must be made on their respective forms and sent to Keith Kozakiewicz with full payment. Reservations open for all exhibitors on January 2, 2019, and close March 6, 2019. No cancellations or changes will be accepted after March 6, 2019. No refunds will be issued after March 6, 2019.
ASSA needs your support for trophies that will be awarded at the 2019 National. Refer to the 2019 ASSA National Trophy Solicitation form for details on placements, classes, and donation amounts. Trophies are available for sponsorship on a first-come, first-serve basis. Donate by March 6, 2019 and use E-mail (if possible) to ensure first choice and inclusion in catalog. Make your placement selections on the form and mail with check or money order payable to ASSA in US Funds to:
Obedience, Rally, Herding, & Agility
ASSA Trials Trophies
8614 Birch Drive
La Vista, NE 68128-2404
All payments for grooming spaces, preferred seating, and trophies should be made payable to ASSA by check or money order drawn on US banks in US FUNDS only and mailed to the appropriate Chairman. Checks drawn on foreign banks or foreign postal money order are not acceptable. Please do not send cash through the mail. Events and items ordered on the Master Reservation Form may be paid for by check or money order in US FUNDS or via PayPal at http://www.assa.org/shopping. To use PayPal, simply follow the instructions on the ASSA website, add your selections to your cart, and checkout when you have selected all the options you want.
Anyone wishing to sell goods or services at the ASSA National Specialty Show (with the exception of handling or grooming), needs to purchase vending space or photographer’s pass.
Vendor Spaces: The rental fee for a 10’ x 10’ space with electricity is $400 for the first space; additional spaces are $350 each. Electricity is included. We are limited to approximately 22 spaces so please contact the Chairman early. One space will be available for an individual ASSA member and/or small artisans to market their goods on a one or two day basis Tuesday through Saturday at a cost of $75 per day. This is on a first come first serve basis. Vendors may set up Monday April 1, 2019 starting at 12:00 p.m. All product and litter must be removed no later than 6:00 p.m. Sunday April 7, 2019.
Photographer’s Pass Photographer’s passes are $100 for the entire week and are limited to 4 passes only. When you purchase a pass you will receive a lanyard identifying you as a vendor. A table will be available for photographers to display samples of their ware and book appointments.
Contact the Vendor Chairman for all inquiries or questions on vending spaces.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS AND ATTENDEES
When you enter or register for any event at this show or are on the defined show and trial grounds for the National, you automatically agree to the following rules that have been established for the benefit and pleasant enjoyment of the National by all parties. Rules also apply to hotels.
- No puppies under 6 months of age are allowed in any area of the hotels or events grounds.
- No grooming or bathing of dogs in hotel rooms. There will be bathing facilities at the show site.
- No un-entered dogs in the show area.
- No breeding of dogs or whelping of bitches at the show site or in the hotels.
- No dogs left in exercise pens overnight.
- “For Sale” signs are prohibited.
- One dog per crate.
- All crates must be stackable. No soft-sided crates permitted at the conformation show site.
- Plastic sheeting must be placed under all crates in hotel rooms.
- Dogs must be crated whenever left unattended in hotel rooms.
- Dogs must be kept on lead at all times when walking in the hotels, grounds, or show site.
- Exercise dogs in designated area only. PLEASE clean up after your dog.
- No exercise pens permitted in grass areas of hotels.
- Flash photography is not permitted ringside.
- Cell phones must be turned off or on vibrate at ringside or ringside areas. Please leave the area to use your cell phone.
- No smoking indoors or within 25 feet of any door or performance trial ring.
- No tripods located ringside.
- No saving seats at ringside.
Attendees and Guest Behavior
There occasionally arises a situation where an attendee‘s behavior in the hotel or at an event site becomes a cause for an unhappy situation that compels the club to take action in order to maintain good relations with the hotels and / or the show site. Common sense and courtesy should dictate your actions to avoid such situations. To assist us in rectifying any problems with individuals or their dogs promptly, the hotel staff will inspect all rooms daily and shall report to the show committee any observed violations or damages. The show committee and security will be observing conduct at the show sites as well. Complaints will be investigated, and the parties involved will be asked to comply with required corrective actions immediately. Each dog owner, guest, or registrant is expected to cooperate; cease and desist offensive actions; settle damage claims on the spot; and provide insurance or other pertinent information as required or requested. Infractions of any rule or failure to comply may be cause for an official event committee hearing and possible suspension of AKC privileges. It is no fun for anyone having to deal with misconduct, but we will, if necessary, so please don‘t force this issue.
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