More than 500 exhibitors will be at the 2003 Trade Expo, with all sorts of products and services for the retail real estate industry. Before you get started, consult this handy guide.

When you get to the International Council of Shopping Centers' annual convention, you don't see all the things that can go wrong they're all taken care of before the first visitor sets foot inside the 3.2 million-square-foot Las Vegas Convention Center. That's because the ICSC staff has seen it all and dealt with it.

Phyllis Petersen, director of leasing and dealmaking for the ICSC, says her worst moment in 25 years of helping run the show was the time, about 10 years ago, when the Teamsters staged a wildcat strike. Petersen says the Teamsters, whose workers are hired to assemble booths, just got up and left en masse on the day before the show, leaving half of the booths unconstructed and the trade show floor in disarray. Union members were angered to see exhibitors taking construction into their own hands. They eventually came back three hours later, but for those three hours we were in utter panic mode, she says.

Tradeshow Weekly ranked the ICSC convention in Las Vegas the 14th largest convention in the country, across every industry in 2002. Take a compass and a new pair of shoes when you walk the floor because this show is huge, says David Henderson, vice president of American Locker Security Systems. This year will be the 28th annual ICSC convention in Las Vegas and the trade group is anticipating a sell-out crowd. On May 18, 28,000 of the industry's top owners, developers, architects and service providers will join retailers, investors, analysts and everybody who is anybody in retail real estate to hear about the latest trends in the business, swap business cards and trade war stories.

Over on the Trade Expo side of the hall, the ICSC anticipates another sell out. Some 525 booths have been rented by 320 exhibitors, who have everything the operator of a retail center might need from site-location software to finishing materials and talking trash cans. It's a great place for interacting with clients and seeing folks we don't get to see most of the year, says Ken Hamilton, vice president of IPC International, a security provider.

This year, instead of hosting the welcome reception at the reception hall in the Hilton, the ICSC has moved the event to the convention floor. This gives the exhibitors a networking opportunity that they didn't have in the past, says Greg Jira, ICSC's manager of trade expositions. We are basically bringing the party to them.

Working in conjunction with the ICSC, Retail Traffic has produced this guide to the Trade Expo so you can plan your trip down its numerous aisles and use your time to get the most information and new ideas with the least damage to your feet. Here are some highlights of the exhibition, followed by a directory organized by categories of products and services.

ARCHITECTURE

Every year, architects and designers use the Trade Expo to highlight the latest trends in retail design. Two years ago it was urban design. Last year it was outdoor lifestyle centers. This year it looks like power towns and other hybrid power centers will be in the spotlight. The times of soccer moms parking far away and pulling out their strollers to walk through the town center malls are dying, says Charles Hodges, of Hodges & Associates Architecture. The plans we are seeing now are hybrids. They may have the town center aspect located centrally in a power center, with parking lots in close vicinity and usually an entertainment element attached to the mall. The malls that are pedestrian-dominant are struggling right now.

Hodges & Associates has recently completed design for Simon Property Group's 996,300-square-foot Waterford Lakes Town Center in Orlando, which combines three elements: a large restaurant area with an adjacent theater, a Main Street element and a power center ringing the perimeter. Some of the major tenants include Super Target, Regal Cinemas and Best Buy. The center also has over 5,000 parking spaces. It is the variety of the center that makes the center vibrant and successful, says Hodges.

Jack O'Brien, a partner at architecture firm O'Brien & Associates, is a longtime exhibitor at the show. He sees more and more demand for hybrid formats. We are seeing a lot of specialty stores wanting to be adjacent to larger malls, says O'Brien. We remodel one façade of the store, or build lifestyle centers attached to enclosed malls.

O'Brien & Associates just finished work on The Preston Center in Dallas, a 225,000-square-foot hybrid power center. The design is a vertical power center with three levels and anchor tenants on each floor. Marshalls is in the basement and occupies approximately 52,000 square feet. DSW Shoes on the ground floor and Ross Stores on the ground and second floors; each occupies approximately 30,000 square feet. Large parking lots, a critical component to the power center, flank the mall. The developer is currently reviewing plans for adding another level, which would contain either a theater or a department store. Theaters were overbuilt a few years ago, but now they have regrouped and we are seeing a lot more theaters in malls, says O'Brien.

O'Brien & Associates recently started work on The Brickyard in Chicago. Mid-America is the developer and the project is backed by Goldman Sachs. The 520,000-square-foot outdoor power center will have four anchor tenants, Pier 1, Best Buy, Marshalls and Office Max. Phase one, which includes the anchor stores, should be completed by November 2003, and the second phase has an expected completion date of summer 2004.

TECHNOLOGY

As in the broader economy, the role of technology in retail real estate is becoming more critical and sophisticated. Rather than providing a discrete product, the technology companies exhibiting at this year's show are stressing their ability to handle a multitude of functions all aimed at helping developers and retailers quickly create the most profitable shopping venues.

For example, geoVue is providing a portfolio of consulting services with its software offerings. If a company needs assistance in determining what markets to enter, planning its store network or generating sales forecasts to estimate the return on investment for a new store, geoVue can guide the company through this process, says Jim Stone, president of the company. The client can choose to purchase an in-house solution (a system that runs on its computers) or an outsourced one, or a combination of both. Our customers don't want to give up control of their market planning process to an outside provider. They are looking for a balance that brings together software and services, says Stone.

For most businesses today, technology means competitive survival. If you don't have instant access to your critical data, you perish. The real estate industry is no different, says Andrew Rains, senior real estate marketing manager at software maker J.D. Edwards. This year, J.D. Edwards will be showing off its Advanced Real Estate Forecasting system, which was introduced on Jan. 28. The system enables real estate companies to create accurate budgets and longer-term forecasts using real-time information, Rains says. AREF can also capture leasing assumptions, market rent, growth assumptions and capital expenditures to produce up to 15 years of forecasted data, according to J.D. Edwards.

Another trend in technology is consolidation, and that will be in evidence at the Trade Expo as well. Thompson Associates, which has been a Trade Expo exhibitor for five years, will show up with a new identity. MapInfo Corporation, the maker of software, data and services that gives clients a detailed look at location-based demographics in order to assist with their clients' decision-making process, purchased Thompson Associates, a consulting and predictive analytics firm, for $13 million in January. They will show up as MapInfo-Thompson Predictive Analytics. The company will be introducing MapInfo AnySite version 8.5, and showing MapInfo AnySite Online and MapInfo TargetPro, which are mapping and data software products for real estate and marketing executives. The companies will also be displaying Smart Site Solutions, and Market Optimizer, their predictive site selection models. The immediacy of the decision that these industry leaders need to make requires access to quality data and site selection tools, allowing these leaders to stay ahead of the competition, says John Hobson, director of predictive analytics project management. Combining resources has always been a way for companies to lower costs and is certainly a trend for many technology companies in these tough economic times. Our products and services offer both data and site selection tools acting in concert with one another to give leaders an additional edge in the marketplace.

MARKETING AND MERCHANDISING

What began as carts and kiosks in remote corners of shopping malls is becoming a front-and-center phenomenon. Even the most elegant malls are welcoming specialty kiosks in the hearts of their projects, sometimes to help promote nearby stores, but often to bring in merchandise and services that had never been in the mall before, such as language lessons. This corner of retail real estate is hopping with eager entrepreneurs, peddling ever more imaginative ideas for these small-format boutiques. There are more entrepreneurs out there than ever, especially with this bad job market, says Sharon Loeff, director of marketing and sales for Creations at Dallas. Developers do a really good job finding these entrepreneurs, and with specialty leasing the initial investment is low because the rent is month-to-month, so it is a win-win situation for both parties.

Creations at Dallas will be featuring five units, among them the RMU 460; its options include metal counter and shelves, cove moulding on valance with wood trim, metal canopy awnings, aluminum security shutters and more. Newer retail merchandising units, like the 100-square-foot Kiosk 3003, are metal-framed and skinned in real wood to make them stylish as well as durable. Some of its features include ashwrap face closure with lightening and sliding glass doors as well as a glass showcase upgrade. Not exactly a pushcart.

SIGNAGE

Will this be a banner year for your company? Well, there is one company at this year's trade show that has one every year, Highflying Banners, of course. It will be showcasing four new products, Tri-Flex Banner Frame, BannerzUp banner bracket and Sunbrella Graphics System printed on Sunbrella fabric banners. This show will be the first for Highflying Banners since it joined Rainier Industries. The company says it is now able to offer a much wider range of products and services, including in-house printing and banner installation. Shopping centers are continually pressed to lower their costs while bringing more shoppers into the center. Highflying Banners offers a wide variety of cost-efficient solutions to dramatically improve appearances and attract shoppers, says Jessica Morgan, marketing manager for Rainier Industries.

From freestanding signs five or six feet tall, such as a McDonalds drive-through sign, to a 110-foot-high Hooters signs inviting you in for wings and a beer, Priority Signs Inc. has an extensive repertoire. Although neon and illuminated signs are its core business, the company is taking on projects using LED illumination, a low-voltage system that people in the business are predicting will sweep the signage industry. The LED illumination is far less expensive than neon because it uses 60 percent to 80 percent less electricity. The only drawback is that they don't have the color spectrum system as highly developed as neon. For example, the white is far inferior to the many different shades of white that neon can produce. Once they develop the color spectrum a little more, it [LED] will take off big, and the majority of the people will be using LED, says Craig White, president of Priority Signs Inc. This year at the show, clients will definitely be looking for the companies who are using LED; it will be the big thing they are looking for.

SECURITY & MAINTENANCE

Could there be anything timelier than security for mall owners, managers and retailers? IPC International Corporation, a provider of security technology, can't think of anything. Since 9/11 and now with the situation in Iraq, security has become much more important to our clients, says Ken Hamilton, executive vice president. Terrorism is a new threat to this country and our clients are counting on us to keep them safe. IPC International Corporation is a full-service investigative and protection company with 25 years of shopping center public safety service leadership. With a primary focus on public safety as well as public service, IPC International's 5,000 employees are trained to be more than just guards. They are trained to provide information about the mall to patrons, provide escorts out of the building when requested and work with mall management to make sure order is kept on the shopping center property.

Allied Security, based in King of Prussia, Pa., will be making an appearance at the Trade Expo for the first time in three years. It's looking for mall managers who are shopping for greater security. Allied is a full-service security provider. It handles recruiting, hiring, training and managing the security force at over 100 super-regional shopping centers. Allied will have plenty of reps on hand at the show as well as a significant amount of literature describing its training and education programs. Allied Security also offers a web-based training and development platform, which features an entire curriculum of training and education courses. Basic training at Allied usually includes lessons in establishing proper visibility, patrolling techniques, opening and closing techniques and incident, emergency and evacuation procedures. Further training options include CPR, first aid and AED (Automated External Defibrillation) certification; many of Allied Security's shopping center clients require this level of training.

Malls have certainly put more emphasis on security in the past few years. Shopping centers nationwide have not only made security companies review and evaluate their practices and procedures, such as emergency evacuation and patrolling techniques, but have also made employees receive training through the use of live drills, says Tom Walton, vice president of Allied Security. Imagine a fire drill, only with a twist a biochemical weapon is found, for instance. Safety is certainly something we cannot take for granted.

BUILDING PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

Ordinary civilians may view buildings in one way. But ask somebody in the roofing business and he'll tell you that the lay person has it all wrong. A building is nothing more than its roof; it can look like Grandpa's farmhouse or a shopping center, but it all comes down to the roof, says Vic Compton, corporate accounts manager at VP Buildings.

VP Buildings will be showcasing two new products at the show this year. The Deck Frame allows building owners and developers to pair the efficiency, speed and economy of metal building construction with the aesthetic performance of a membrane roof. Lately architects are not really thinking about durability when they're buying a roof, so we are trying to integrate into that rubber membrane trend and find a middle ground, says Compton.

The second product is called Widebay Trussed Purlin. Widebay Trussed Purlin is a new alternative to bar joist for big box stores and strip shopping centers, says public relations supervisor Beth Simkanin. This new engineering advance can cover 70 percent of traditional bar joist applications and the Widebay Trussed Purlin is more efficient and more attractive. VP buildings has built and designed the roof for each of CostCo's 240 stores nationwide. Maybe it really is all about the roof.

The Trade Expo might not have the same glamour and profile as some of the other exhibitions and events of the ICSC's Las Vegas convention. But Trade Expo is about showcasing the products and services that shopping centers can't function without.

C.R. Laurence Company Inc. certainly fits that profile. From shower door handles to heavy glass entrance systems, C.R. Laurence provides the products that make the pleasing aesthetic touches, such as frameless sliding doors, possible. The All Glass Entrance System is one of the many products C.R. Laurence will be bringing to this year's show. The big trend now is more glass, less metal. All-glass doors and windows allow the customers to see right into the store and view all the products, says Paul Daniels, vice president of C.R. Laurence. Even when preparing for a crisis, one can still maintain a certain level of style: Since many of the stores are installing multiple exits for times of panic, C.R. Laurence is bringing to the show its Panic-Egress hardware for exits that allows stores to be in accordance with fire codes and still be fashionable. Is this a great show or what?

2003 List of Trade Expo Exhibitors

ACCESSORY PRODUCTS

Flipo
713, 715

Met-Tech Corp
661, 663

ADVERTISING MARKETING

Benner Research Group
455

Dothan Area Chamber of Commerce
677

Focus 360
167, 169

AMUSEMENT ENTERTAINMENT

Fabricon Carousel Co. Inc.
427

Klondike Kidstuff Inc.
870, 872

NBGS International, Inc.
755

Playtime Creations
670, 672

ARCHITECTS

Beacon Architectural Associates
139

Bullock, Smith & Partners, Inc.
320

Cole + Russell Architects
531

Domingo Cambeiro Corp. Architects
726

Dorsky Hodgson + Partners
247, 249

GlobalArch
847

O'Brien Dietz Associates
159

TolTest, Inc.
157

WD Partners
619, 621

ASSOCIATION

Urban Land Institute/Urban Land Magazine
509

ATM MACHINES

Innovus, Inc.
660

AVIAN PEST CONTROL

Avian Flyaway, Inc.®
334

Bird Barrier America, Inc.



20925 Chico StreetCarson, CA 90746Phone: 310-527-8000 Fax: 310-527-8005Email: mark.thorsell@birdbarrier.com
Website: www.birdbarrier.com
Booth: 732

Bird Barrier offers an extensive line of architecturally discreet, non-lethal bird control products, including custom-designed and specialty solutions for unique architectural configurations to deter any bird species in any situation. Bird Barrier's humane products are highly recommended by all animal protection groups.

BANNERS

Flagraphics, Inc.
161

BUILDING EQUIPMENT MATERIALS

C.R. Laurence Co., Inc.
526, 528

Fullerton Building Systems, Inc.
763

LBI Technologies, Inc.
665

NEOGARD
263

Parex Inc.
404

VP Buildings
318

BUILDING MAINTENANCE SVCS

Defender Services, Inc.
622

Epax Systems, Inc.
727

ERMC
734

Millard Mall Services Inc.
410

Schwarze Industries, Inc.
258

SSC Service Solutions
370, 375

TSS Facility Services, Inc.
658


TYMCO InternationalUNICCO Service Company




275 Grove StreetNewton, MA 02466Phone: 888-751-9100Email: marketing@unicco.com
Website: www.unicco.com
Booth #: 304

UNICCO Service Company is one of North America's largest and most successful Integrated Facilities Services companies with over $600 million in sales, 20,000 employees, 1,000 customers and a 95 percent customer retention rate. The company has over 50 years' facilities outsourcing experience, including maintenance, cleaning, lighting and remodeling/buildout services. UNICCO's advanced facilities technologies include its proprietary myUNICCO.com customer portal and UNI-Q® palmtop inspection system, best-of-breed computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS), eProcurement, and 24×7×365 call centers.

CARPETING

Milliken Carpet
640, 642

CARTS & KIOSKS

All Star Carts & Kiosks
818, 820

CD3 Storage Systems, Inc.



301 Hester's Crossing RD., Ste. 202Round Rock, TX 78681Phone: 512-238-1336 Fax: 512-238-1136Email: amy@discgear.com
Website: www.discgear.com
Booth #: 641, 643

At CD3 Storage Systems we design and manufacture premium, media storage products that offer superior value. Our Discgear product line includes patented, unique products that can store your music, movies or games. Discgear kiosks offer malls the opportunity for successful and reliable tenants.

Creations At Dallas



11937 Denton Dr.Dallas, TX 75234Phone: 972-241-4171 Fax: 972-243-3447Email: sales@creationsatdallas.com
Website: www.creationsatdallas.com
Booth #: 237, 239, 241, 243, 336, 338, 340, 342

Creations at Dallas is a designer and manufacturer of quality pushcarts, RMUs, kiosks, barricades, customer service centers, directories, custom fixtures and displays. With a 40-year track record, the company attributes its success to industry experience, a commitment to the highest quality standards, competitive pricing and superior responsiveness to all customers, large and small.

CLOCKS, BELLS, CARILLONS

Electric Time Company Inc.
236

Verdin Company, The
135

COMMUNICATION PRODUCTS/SVCS

Nextel Communications, Inc.
829, 831

Verizon Public Communications
172, 174

COMPUTER SOFTWARE

Accruent, Inc.
408

AMSI, a Geac Company
662

AnySite Software
147, 149, 246, 248

Archaio LLC
728

AVM Technologies
657

CCIMNet powered by Catylist Inc.
775

Eastern Technology
723

Fischer Solutions - ManagePath
835

geoVue
535, 537

ICA-CenterSoft
132, 134

Integrated Business Systems, Inc.
136, 138

J.D. Edwards
405

Keyhole Corporation
756

MapInfo Corporation


One Global View Troy, NY 12180Phone: 888-889-0134 Fax: 518-285-7658Email: predictive_analytics@mapinfo.com
Website: www.mapinfo.com
Booth #: 147, 149, 246, 248

MapInfo is a global software company that integrates software, data and services to help customers realize greater value from location-based information and drive more insightful decisions. MapInfo-Thompson Predictive Analytics applies 40+ years of expertise to MapInfo's core strengths, helping clients to develop profitable strategies by improving real estate, marketing, and merchandising decisions.

MRI Real Estate Solutions
536, 538

National Facilities Group, Inc.
122

PlanData Systems Corp.
155

planEASe Software
676

Realm Business Solutions, Inc
309

Spectra Computer Services
529

DEMOGRAPHICS INFORMATION SVCS

AirPhotoUSA
253, 255, 350, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356

Buxton Company, The
313, 315, 412, 414

CCIM - Site To Do Business Online
874

Claritas/NRB
106, 108, 110, 112

ESRI
229, 231, 328, 330

Market Insite Group
539

MPSI Systems Inc.
118, 120

Property & Portfolio Research
623

Scan/US, Inc.
325, 327

Site Analytics Co.
628

Sites USA
166, 168

SRC, LLC
570, 572

Synergos Technologies, Inc.
674

Tactician Corporation
671

ELEVATORS, ESCALATORS, CONVEYORS

KONE Inc.
819, 821, 823, 825

Schindler Elevator Corporation




20 Whippany RoadP.O. 1935Morristown, NJ 07962Phone: 973-397-6500 Fax: 973-397-3619Email: uswebmaster@us.schindler.com
Website: www.us.schindler.com
Booth #: 433

Schindler offers a complete line of elevators, escalators and moving walks, as well as full maintenance and modernization services for all brands. Schindler is the world's #1 manufacturer of escalators and the second largest provider of elevators. Schindler has offices in over 250 locations in North America, and 100 countries worldwide. For more information, visit www.us.schindler.com.

ENERGY MANAGEMENT

Facility IQ by Avista Advantage
712, 714

O G & E
465

Profile Systems
406

Viterra Energy Services
627

Xencom
647, 649

ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS

Bock & Clark
656

Engineering Consulting Services, Ltd.
260

Giles Engineering Associates
265

John Meyer Consulting
137

Kleinfelder, Inc.
114

Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.
240, 242

Tectonic Engineering & Surveying Consultants P.C.
523

Tensar Earth Technologies, Inc.
709

Terracon
768

ENVIRONMENTAL/CIVIL CONSULTANTS

ATC Associates Inc.
332

KEMRON Environmental Services, Inc.
308

TerraSure, LLC
653

FINANCIAL MGMT SVCS

Asset Preservation, Inc.
652

Bankers Capital Group
607

Daniel S. Rosefelt, Attorney & CPA
762

Entrust Administration, Inc.
750

Hopkins Valuation Services
424, 426

Madison Capital, LLC
636

Mountain Funding
558

Newman & Associates
832

Stern Brothers & Co
631

FIXTURES

Compressario Corporation
233

FLOOR COVERINGS PRODUCTS

Arcon of Nevada
312, 314

Laticrete International, Inc.
256

Space Links International
618, 620

FOOD TRAYS

Norseman Plastics
836

FOUNTAINS, STATUES, SCULPTURES

Waterworks International
461, 463

FURNISHINGS

Benchmark Design Group, Inc.
262, 264

BGD Companies, Inc.
569

DuMor Inc.



PO Box 142Mifflintown, PA 17059Phone: 800-598-4018 Fax: 717-436-9839Email: dumorsales@acsworld.net
Website: www.dumor.com
Booth #: 140, 142

DuMor's 200/300 Series trash and recycling receptacles offer unparalleled design flexibility with new standard and custom lettering options. Personalize yours with the logo or name of your organization and your choice of a wide assortment of colors. Call your DuMor representative today for more information.

Durability Seating, Inc.
209, 211

First Class Seats, Inc.
871, 873

FurnitureLab, The
150, 152

Keystone Ridge Designs, Inc.
451, 453, 550, 552

Victor Stanley, Inc.
358, 360

Wesnic
218, 220, 222

GENERAL CONTRACTOR

Horizon Retail Construction
757

ICI Construction, Inc.
556

Jayeff Construction Management & Development Corp
305, 307

Managed Response, Inc. ( MRI )
459

Oakview Construction, Inc.
250

Torriero Construction
632

GIFT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

MidAmerica Gift Certificate Co.
419, 421

GRAPHIC DESIGNER PRINTER

DI Graphics
659

Oki Data
718, 720

HUMAN RESOURCES EXECUTIVE SEARCH

Crown Advisors, Inc.
306

Roberta Rea + Co. Inc.
163

US Mutual Association
566

HVAC

Roth Bros., Inc.




3847 Crum RoadP.O. Box 4209Youngstown, OH 44515-0209Phone: 800-USA-ROTH Fax: 330-799-9005Website: www.rothbros.com
Booth #: 224, 226

As we mark our 80th anniversary, we celebrate the enduring strengths of our organization, founded in 1923 by Dave and Abe Roth. Roth has grown to become the leader in the construction and building services industry and we recognize that history is not only past events, but values that shape the future.

INSURANCE CONSULTANTS SVCS

Adjusters International
267, 269

Arizona Central Insurance Agency
759

Gallagher Pipino
740, 742

IMA Environmental Insurance
638

Kaye Insurance Associates, Inc.
422

LandAmerica National Commercial Services
346, 348

Palmer & Cay Holdings
502

INTERNET SERVICES

Mallfinder Network
629

OCB Reprographics, Inc.
850

PlainVanillaShell.com
115

LANDSCAPING PLANTS

Preserved TreeScapes
173, 175, 272, 274

Riverside Plastics, Inc.
534

Symbiot
702

MULTI-MEDIA SIMULATION

AXYZ Images
754

Video Visions, Inc.
574, 575

PAINTING

DJ's Painting, Inc.
567

Pro-Coat Painting
608

PARKING AND TRAFFIC

Snow Management Group
724

PHOTOGRAPHY

Aerials Express, LLC
170

Landiscor Aerial Information
738

PUBLICATIONS

Chain Store Age
234

Directory of Major Malls / Shopping Center Digest
130

Metro-Chicago Retail Space Guide
429

Real Estate Media
559

Retail Construction Magazine
311

Retail Tenant Directory
113

Retail Traffic (formerly Shopping Center World)
319, 321, 418, 420

REAL ESTATE CONSULTANTS

CB Richard Ellis
553

Conclusive Strategies
868

EMG
469

LandAmerica 1031 Exchange Services
758, 760

Owners' Counsel of America
730

Parasec
435

PDQ Manufacturing, Inc
323

Thompson Associates / MapInfo Thompson


One Global View Troy, NY 12180Phone: 888-889-0134 Fax: 518-285-7658E-mail: predictive_analytics@mapinfo.com
Website: www.mapinfo.com
Booth #: 147, 149, 246, 248

MapInfo is a global software company that integrates software, data and services to help customers realize greater value from location-based information and drive more insightful decisions. MapInfo-Thompson Predictive Analytics applies 40+ years of expertise to MapInfo's core strengths, helping clients to develop profitable strategies by improving real estate, marketing and merchandising decisions.

Tremont Realty Capital
766, 764

ROOFING CONTRACTORS/CONSULTANTS

A.C.I. Commercial Roofers
625

Centimark Corporation
310

Davey Roofing Inc.
767

Dinyari, Inc.
547, 549, 646, 648

GE Real Estate Power Buyer Service
409, 411, 413, 415, 508, 510, 512, 514

North American Roofing Services
125

ROOFING MATERIALS

Carlisle Syntec Incorporated
165

Duro - Last Roofing, Inc.
650

Facilitec - A Service of Ecolab
457

Sarnafil, Inc.
635

Stevens Rooing Systems
141, 143

SEASONAL SPECIALTY DISPLAY

Becker Group, The
518, 520

Harrington Decorating Company, Inc.
254

Jit Producciones
722

Media Advertising & Design
367, 369, 371, 373, 466, 468, 470, 472

Western States Holiday Decorating
602

SECURITY PRODUCTS SVCS

Allied Security
770, 772

American Locker Security Systems, Inc.


608 Allen St Jamestown, NY 14701Phone: 800-828-9118 Fax: 716-664-2949E-mail: info@americanlocker.com Website: www.americanlocker.com
Booth #: 841

American Locker is the premier provider of coin and electronic locker systems.Along with lockers, American Locker also manufactures the Kary-Kart system featuring an easy-to-operate vending system for mall carts or strollers. The system accepts both cash and credit card payment with an option for revenue reconciliation.

Carttronics, LLC
774

CHB Industries, Inc.
154

IPC International Corporation



2111 Waukegan RoadBannockburn, IL 60015Phone: 847-444-2000 Fax: 847-444-2001Email: khamilton@ipcinternational.com
Website: www.ipcinternational.com
Booth #: 437, 439

IPC International Corporation is a full-service investigative and protection company celebrating twenty-five years of shopping center Public Safety Service leadership. We protect America's malls. IPC has earned a sterling reputation for quality service and consistent performance-as-promised among shopping center developers, managers and the public with whom we interact.

SIGNS, LIGHTING, ELECTRICAL

Ad Vice, Inc.
651

Blair Sign Co. / Blair Design & Construction
213, 215

Daktronics, Inc.
124

Dynamic Lighting
664,666

Hubbell Lighting, Inc.
746, 748

Image Works, Inc.
751

International Sign and Design Corp.
133

National Signs, Inc.
347, 349

North American Signs
610

Priority Sign, Inc.
460, 462

Sternberg Vintage Lighting
719, 721

Tarrant Lighting
737, 739

WLS Lighting Systems
337, 339, 341, 343

SKYLIGHTS ATRIA

CPI International Inc
564

STROLLERS CARTS

Smarte Carte, Inc.
513, 515

TRAFFIC COUNTERS

ShopperTrak
747, 749

COMPANIES THAT DID NOT GIVE A CATEGORY

Ackman - Ziff Real Estate Group LLC, The
232

Advanced Compactors, Inc.
527

Advanta Platinum Business Card
604

Alusett Top Deck Systems Inc./MallForms




44753 Centre CourtClinton Twp, MI 48038Tel: 800-434-0444; 586-263-1550Fax: 586-263-1554Email: info@mallforms.com
Website: www.mallforms.com
Booth #: 119, 121, 123

Alusett Top Deck Systems produces the MallFroms product line of mall barricades, RMUs, kiosk, temporary in-line stores, showrooms and showcases. Designs are based on a contemporary aluminum framework with complete flexibility. The construction technique uses modular components that can be reused or added onto at a cost effective price. MallForms products provide revenue generating opportunities for the mall.

American Appraisal Associates
525

Asset Management Technologies, Inc.
530

AXA Advisors LLC
675

Best Western International, Inc.
156

Catco Marble & Granite
637, 639

Construction Newtork Sales
838

D.C. Taylor Co.
753

Dekra - Lite
428, 430

Display City, Inc.
765

Door Guard LLC
822

Economic Development Corporation of Utah
741, 743, 840, 842

ElectraLED, Inc.
654

Excel Bridge MFG.
475

Exterior Products Inc.
765

Firestone Building Products Co.
228, 230

Gaco Western Inc.
403

GAF Materials Corporation
471, 473

Gotcha Graphics
729

GreenEarth Cleaning
252

Hauser Industries Inc.
519, 521

Highflying Banners, A Division of Rainier Industries, Ltd.



18435 Olympic Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98188Phone: 800-869-7162Fax: 425-251-5065Email: Sales@highflyingbanners.com
Website: www.highflyingbanners.com
Booth #: 238

Highflying Banners is a 27-year-old company producing sewn appliqué, silk-screened and digitally printed banners for interior and exterior decorative uses such as promotions and special events. It has produced award-winning displays for shopping malls, museums and institutions around the world including The Museum of African Art in Washington, D.C. and The Vatican in Rome, Italy.

Hill & Wilkinson, LTD.
235

James Trogolo Company, Inc., The
839

John Hancock Financial Services
630

Kiddie Kab Strollers
843

Load King Manufacturing Company, Inc.
611, 613, 615

Mark Enterprises Inc.
563, 565

Merchants Building Maintenance
151

Mer-Kote Products Inc.
511

Mustang Company
735

National Environmental Group
634

National Property Tax Group
560

NBO Systems Inc.
452, 454

Nu - Metrics / QTS
562

Pavestone Co.
423, 425

Peach State Roofing Inc.
533

Performance Roof Systems, Inc.
551

Petersen Aluminum Corporation




1005 Tonne RoadElk Grove Village, IL 60077Phone: 800-PAC-CLADFax: 800-722-7150Email: bbatkoff@petersenmail.com
Website: www.pac-clad.com
Booth #: 568

PHI Enterprises
603

Property I.D.
259, 261

Real Pro-Jectoions, Inc.
852

RoofConnect
561

Rose Paving Co.
669

Roux Associates, Inc.
736

SAMVCO Co.
752

Shopping Center Business Magazine
541, 543

Shopping Centers Today (SCT)
204, 206

Sierra Display, Inc.
146, 148

Site Photometrics
571, 573

SJ Hope Products
761

Skyline / SS&C Technologies
205

SNC Inc.
667

Storetrax
431

StormTech
624, 626

STT Inc.
830

TFM Associates, Inc.
668

Thomas Enterprises, Inc.
725

Timberline Software
266, 268

Trans-Lux
532

U.S. Jaclean Inc.554

Uncommon USA Inc.
855

Urecoats
731, 733

Valley Crest Companies
710

Value Retail News (VRN)
204, 206

Vectiv Corporation
126, 128

Vivicom USA
812, 814

Wabash Valley Manufacturing Inc.
158, 160

Westra Construction, Inc.
501

Zenon Environmental
655