“I’m busy the day of delivery and setup for event. What do I do?”

When you’re planning an event or setting up a new project, it’s helpful to be present on site to ensure everything runs smoothly. However, sometimes you may not be able to be present on site during setup.

The good news is that there are a few things you can do to make sure that your project or event setup goes as planned, even if you can’t be there in person. Here are some options to consider:

“What can I do if I can’t be on site for setup”

  1. Mark out the setup area

One of the best ways to ensure that your setup goes smoothly, even if you can’t be there in person, is to mark out the setup area. You can use flags or other markers to show exactly where things should go. This way, the delivery team who are setting up will know where to set up the tent for you.

  1. Set up a meeting ahead of time

Another option to consider is setting up a meeting ahead of time to plan the setup location. This is a great way to ensure that everyone involved in the setup process has a clear understanding of the project or event’s requirements.

During the meeting, you can discuss the best location, layout, and other key details and clarifications related to the setup process. You can also use this time to ask any questions or address any concerns that you may have.


Being unable to be on site during the setup process can be stressful, but it doesn’t need to be. By using the options outlined in this article, you can ensure that event setup goes as smoothly as possible. Whether you’re present for setup, meet ahead of time, or mark the area for the tent.



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