Those are the quaifications for a buyer classification. Which is what they want, however there is a guest classification. The first one I got into I called directly and had haunt I was talking about building things and buying products and needed to get in just to see what was available, I wasn't likely to be walking around handing out little pieces of paper like on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange the first time out.
Just call them up and the people on the phone WANT you to attend. The list on the internet is for the convienience of the high roller whole sale buyer.
I could have gotten an invite from several vendors I had talked to but it turned out not to be necessary. At least in the beginning you have the desire to perhaps buy something. YOu may or may not find something you must have at that particular moment. Some people go in and walk around ordering $50,000 worth of stuff.
The high roller buyer class might exist in other trade shows but if they limited it, they might see 12 people that can buy now at the show which would only really need to be about 3 hours long or could be done by a secret exclusive video you view in your own home like the haunted shopping network.
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