The Exhibit Hall is an integral part of OCALICON. It’s not an add on, or an afterthought. Or a side hallway. Or a ballroom across the street. It is the place where thousands of conversations and connections create endless buzz, boundless energy, and infinite possibilities.
Do you have a bit of a competitive streak? Do you love winning cool prizes that could help you or the individuals you serve? Then come play the OCALICON 2019 scavenger hunt game! Download the new app and start exploring!
There are 55 scavenger hunt stops with corresponding QR codes. Fifty codes are at the booths of participating exhibitors and 5 are located elsewhere at OCALICON in main areas like registration, OCALI Central and ODE Connect. Each participating stop has a unique QR code. Select each stop under the “Scavenger Hunt Stops" tab on the app to find out which question you must ask in order for them to reveal their QR code. Once they reveal their code, use the QR scanner within the app to scan. Check the 'Game Progress' to see which letters get added. Visit all scavenger hunt stops to unlock the complete phrase. Once you have found all letters to the phrase, a survey will pop up for you to enter to win one of our great prizes.
Need a little motivation along the way? Stop by OCALI Central each time you complete a word, and claim extra door prize tickets or OCALI swag! Complete the entire phrase and enter to win by Thursday at 3:50 pm. Drawing will be held at 4:10 pm in OCALI Central.
QR game will close on Thursday at 3:50 pm. Prizes will be drawn on Thursday at 4:10 pm in the exhibit hall. You must be present to win.
Visit the registration desk for questions and help.
Please Note: When public officials or employees attend conferences in their official capacity, the Ethics Law prohibits them from accepting prizes won at the conference – even if the drawing was random and all attendees were automatically entered. Should a public official or employee win such a drawing, the prize belongs to the official or employee's public agency. The agency may decline to accept the gift or may also choose to use or designate the gift for an appropriate public purpose. This is a potential choice since the Ethics Law does not prohibit a public agency from accepting a donation from a private party as long as no official or employee benefits personally from the donation and the donation is voluntary.
--Source: Ohio Ethics Commission | (614) 466-7090