Exhibiting at the Conference
Don't miss this chance to promote your organization or business to a large group of enthusiastic attendees from across the region. Over the past seven years, our Earth Day Conference has drawn thousands of people from academia, business, government, media, non-profits and the general public. A continental breakfast and two refreshment breaks will be served in the exhibit hall, maximizing the opportunity for conference participants to visit with exhibitors.
Exhibitor registration is closed for 2014.
Information about the 2014 exhibits
Exhibit Space: Each exhibit will be provided with one 30" x 8' topped and skirted table and two chairs. Complimentary wireless internet will be provided. You can purchase higher speed access the day of the conference online with a credit card through the Monona Terrace.
Complimentary Registrant: As an exhibitor, you will receive one complimentary conference registration. You will be asked for that person's information on the online exhibitor registration form.
Electricity: Access to electricity will cost an additional $30 per booth. You will be asked to indicate whether or not you will require electricity during the registration process.
Parking: As an exhibitor, you receive one complimentary parking permit for the Monona Terrace parking ramp. Permits will be in your conference packet at your exhibit table. The permit will be needed upon departure from the ramp, and can be used only once.
Exhibit Staff: You will be asked for the names of those staffing your booth when you register. Exhibit staff should check in at the conference registration booth to obtain name badges. Please note that if exhibit staff wish to attend conference sessions and have lunch, they must register for the conference.
Exhibit Set-up and Tear Down: Exhibitors are asked to set up between 6:30 and 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, April 22. Exhibitors may begin tearing down at 3:45 PM, and should be cleared out of the hall by 7:00 PM. More details will be provided soon.
Please direct questions about exhibiting to Kelly Rupp.