Due to an editing error, we did not correctly attribute comments in “Let's Make a Deal” (October, page 35). It should have read: “Be sure to obtain a copy of the center's operating policies,” advises Tony Maiorino, special projects manager for Scherago International, New York City. Often these documents contain much more information than the, he says. Moreover, many shows are expected to provide guarantees for concession stands. Investigate external food and beverage outlets that could affect these guarantees, says Maiorino. “The Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia is across the street from one of the finest farmer's markets anywhere. Once attendees discover it, they scoot over there for breaks. Other cities have similar attractions that could take away from attendees' concession expenditures.”
Knoxville was misspelled in a caption (October, page 41). For details about the city's new convention center, see page 52 of this issue.