In the afternoon, we drove out to the Exhibitree office in Delta for exhibit set-up training. We learned how to set up the pipe and drapes to section each booth off. We also learned how to assemble four iPad media display stands, one interactive TV display stand, one mall display, one trades show display, and one counter. It almost felt like assembling Ikea furniture without the instruction manual. It was a lot of information to absorb, but I’m sure that after doing the same set-up 23 times, I will eventually be an expert on the assembly of these display items. We also practiced loading all the cases onto the truck. That part was like Tetris because there were so many cases that needed to be packed on. We also got to see the Sprinter van that has been branded with the BC Jobs Plan design. It is larger than a normal van, and is about ten feet tall and twelve to fourteen feet long. I have only ever driven a car, so I am excited to not only gain public relation skills, but also learn how to drive large vans and trucks.