2011 National Conference Exhibit & Advertising Opportunities
The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance invites you to promote your organization’s brand and services at our National Conference this May at the Westin Galleria Houston in Houston, TX (at the Galleria Mall).
DBSA 2011 Advertising Contract Application (NEW for 2011!)
CONFERENCE ATTENDEE PROFILE
Typical attendance is 350 to 500 individuals, the vast majority of whom live with depression or bipolar disorder.
We offer exhibitors premium space in the high-traffic area directly outside the rooms used for keynote presentations and breakout sessions. You will receive the undivided attention of our conference attendees as they come and go from their sessions on Saturday, and Sunday.
Promotional & Conference Benefits
Please note the exhibit space is not gaurded. It is the sole responsibility of each exhibitor to protect display material from loss or damage.
Don't miss out on this NEW opportunity to promote your brand or services! Your organizations advertisement will be featured in the conference program received by each attendee.
Note: Pharmaceutical ads accepted for corporate brand only, not product.
To reserve exhibit OR advertising space, please send contract application(s) with payment. For more information, call Aimee at (312) 988-1178 or e-mail events@DBSAlliance.org.
To learn more about conference sponsorship opportunities, please contact Maddy at (312) 988-1161 or e-mail development@DBSAlliance.org.
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