I just got the following announcement from Erin at the National Genealogical Society.
NGS invites you to exhibit at its annual Family History Conference which will be held in Raleigh, NC from 10−13 May 2017.
The benefits of exhibiting at NGS conferences are endless!
- Dedicated exhibit hall hours when attendees are not in session
- » Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
- » Wednesday through Saturday, 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
- Connect with as many as 2,000 conference attendees with a specific interest in genealogy
- Free promotional opportunities in the conference program, conference website, mobile app, and conference blog
- Free Wi-Fi for exhibitor and attendee use within the exhibit hall (hard wire connections are recommended for mission critical tasks)
- One free conference registration with booth purchase
- More than 30 hours of exhibit time in four days
- Traffic builders in the exhibit hall, including concession and Wi-Fi areas
- Exhibitor lounge featuring free Wi-Fi
10’x10’ exhibit booths are only $310 for a business or non-profit and $250 for a society/association. The Exhibit hall will be located at the Raleigh Convention Center. For booth availability please see the floor plan at http://goo.gl/yIQBR6.
For more information on exhibiting and to reserve a booth please visit the website at http://conference.ngsgenealogy.org/exhibit/.
Genealogy Jamboree 2016 Conference Call for Presentations
47th Annual Southern California Genealogy Jamboree
Jamboree Extension Series Webinars
The Southern California Genealogical Society announces the extension of the Call for Presentations for the 47th Annual Southern California Genealogy Jamboree, to be held Friday through Sunday, June 3-5, 2016 at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel, Burbank, California. The pre-conference day on Thursday, June 2, 2016 will include a full day of DNA presentations and in-depth workshops. This call also includes the 2016 Jamboree Extension Series webinar program. Presentations will only be accepted through the online portal through October 7, 2015.
The 2016 Jamboree theme is “Giving to the Future by Preserving the Past” and the theme for the pre-conference DNA day is “The Future of the Past: Genetic Genealogy 2016.” Submissions utilizing our theme and promoting the expansion of knowledge and skills are welcome. Our heritage focus is on German and Eastern European ancestry. Presentations on all topics will be considered, but new presentations are encouraged.
Speakers interested in presenting lecture presentations or workshops for 2016 must submit their proposals though the Jamboree Speaker Portal by October 7, 2015.
A copy of the Call for Presentations can be found at:
You may download the Submission Form at:
Jamboree Submissions through the Speaker Portal:
Please contact Judi Ramsey, Program Chair, with any questions at SCGSJamboree@gmail.com.
Pat Oxley, with the Federation of Genealogical Societies sent out Exhibit Hall registration packets for the FGS Conference in Birmingham, Alabama to potential exhibitors this afternoon. If you didn’t get one, and wish to exhibit, contact Pat at: email@example.com and request an exhibitor registration packet. Booth space is first come, first served, so I’d advise you to get registered immediately. Cost is $219 per booth – or $199 for nonprogit groups and societies. Online signup will be available soon, but it’s being done by fax, and snail mail at the moment.
Family Roots Publishing Co. LLC has registered for four booths – so we look forward to seeing you in Birmingham August 29 to September 1, 2012.
I received this “Call for Exhibitor’s” this morning, and although Maine is a world away for this Utah fella’, I’m sure there are others out there who would like to attend, exhibit, or advertise at this upcoming event. Note that I’ve started a new category called Calls for Exhibitors.
Maine Genealogical Society’s 2009 Annual Conference
Saturday, September 26, 2009
Bangor Civic Center, Bangor, ME
March 19, 2009: We invite you to join us and to save the date for the Maine Genealogical Society’s annual fall conference on Saturday, September 26, 2009 at the Bangor Civic Center, Bangor, Maine. We are still in the process of finalizing the fall conference details but we did want you to have an initial overview now as you begin plans for this year. Please check out the conference site at: http://www.maineroots.org/index.htm .
As has been our recent tradition of being as geographically accessible to our members as possible, we are headed back to the north-central part of the state this year. We will have another great selection of programs and nationally recognized speakers expecting to draw well over 200 attendees.
This year to further encourage and support our exhibitors and vendors, we are scheduling unopposed Vendor/Exhibitor time to allow our attendees plenty of free time to visit your space without feeling that the need to rush off because they might miss something.
Enclosed is this year’s registration form to either register for a vendor/exhibitor table, to place an ad in our syllabus or to donate handouts, flyers or door prize(s) for our conference attendees. All contributions will be recognized on our web-site and in the conference syllabus.
We appreciate your support of the Maine Genealogical Society and our efforts to promote and encourage interest and scholarship in genealogy and family
history in the State of Maine.
Margaret F. Viens, MGS Conference Exhibitor Chair, 14 Ridge Road, Waterville, ME 04901; 207-873-6632; Summer # 207-495-2636; firstname.lastname@example.org