Made in NH Expo

March 24, 25, & 26, 2017
Sign Ups Open Wednesday, March 1 at 8 a.m.

NOTE: We have a limited number of shifts for this show – when sign ups open, please sign up for only one shift. If there are still open shifts a week later (Wednesday, March 8 at 8 a.m.) you may take as many as you like.

The Made In NH “Try It & Buy It” Expo is dedicated to showcasing the impressive variety of quality products and services made in the Granite State. It hosts about 150 exhibitors and thousands of attendees every year; the shopping is amazing! There is a little bit of everything: jewelry, crafts, lawn and home care, pottery, bath and beauty products, pets, kids, and of course food, wine, and desserts.

All active GSAs and Future Leaders of NH are eligible to volunteer.

Event Hours

  • Friday, March 24: 1 p.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Saturday, March 25: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Sunday, March 26: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Event Location
The Radisson Hotel Expo Center, Manchester
Click here for Google map/directions

Parking Info
Parking is available in the garage at the Radisson ($6 validated rate) and on nearby streets (the side streets are free on weekends, Elm St. is only free on Sunday).

The Radisson will not be sponsoring GSA parking this year, but the folks who run the Expo have offered to pay for our parking. We encourage you to park on the street when it’s free (Saturday and Sunday) and carpool whenever possible, because $6 each for 50 plus volunteers can add up very quickly!

Event website
http://millyardcommunications.com/index.php?src=gendocs&ref=MadeinNHExpo

GSA Duties

  • Door Greeter: Welcome guests, pass out programs, check hand stamps
  • Ticket Sales: Sell tickets, stamp hands. You will need to be able to accurately use the cash register – this Expo has a number of different prices and policies that you must be comfortable with.
  • Expo Support: Walk around the Expo, assisting guests and exhibitors

  • Back Door Monitor: Sit/stand by the back door to ensure that no one sneaks in.
  • NH Tourism Booth: Pass out State tourism literature and talk to guests about tourism in NH.

Perks

  • Come early or stay late to see the Expo
  • Shifts at the Made In NH Expo count as event shifts for the Indian Head Perk

Orientation
A volunteer orientation meeting is scheduled for the morning of Thursday, March 9, at Millyard Communications’ office, 50 S. Commercial St. in Manchester. There will be two orientation sessions, one at 9 a.m. and one at 10 a.m., because their conference room isn’t big enough to hold everyone – please sign up for only one. 

Dress code

  • Full GSA uniform: GSA shirt, kakhi pants or skirt and name tag. 
  • No shorts at this event. 
  • No purses or large bags, please. Fanny packs and small over the shoulder wallets are okay. 
  • If you need to add extra layers for warmth, please try to wear them underneath your GSA shirt (white or black long sleeved shirts, turtlenecks, etc.) Please try to avoid sweaters, coats, and vests that might obscure your uniform shirt.

Difficulty Rating: 3
Must be able to stand and/or walk for entire shift

Contact person for GSAs
Naomi Halter
naomi@nhgsa.com
(603) 566-3030


Sign ups open:
March 1 at 8 a.m.

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