Review the 2017 ASA Sponsorship Prospectus to find out how your organization can get more involved with the Aging in America Conference and other ASA resources and programs. You can also print the prospectus, or download as a PDF.
Review the 2017 ASA Exhibitor Prospectus to learn more about exhibiting at the Aging in America Conference. You can also print the prospectus or download as a PDF.
Plan to visit the exhibit hall, where you can learn about more than 100 products, services and programs that will help do your best work with older adults. It’s a great opportunity to network with industry leaders and learn about the latest innovations in the field.
The Exhibit Hall at the 2017 Aging in America Conference will be three intense days of networking and discovery. Be sure to schedule time to visit the hall during these hours:
Tuesday, March 21
Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Reception: 5:30–7:00 pm
Wednesday, March 22
Exhibit Hall Open: 8:00 am–2:00 pm
Grab & Go Lunch: Noon–1:30 pm
Start your day on Wednesday in the Exhibit Hall with coffee and pastries before sessions begin. And be sure to come back for a free lunch later that day!
Thursday, March 23
Exhibit Hall Open: 8:00–11:00 am
Win Great Prizes!
Drawings will be held in the exhibit hall during exhibit hall hours. You could win valuable prizes, including an Apple iPad, $100 VISA gift cards, gift baskets and more! Check the signs outside the exhibit hall for drawing times and prizes. Attendees must be present to win.
Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Reception
Tuesday, March 21 | 5:30–7:00 pm
Join us for appetizers and cocktails as you connect with your peers and learn about the latest resources and solutions that can help you in your work with older adults.
Morning Coffee Break in the Exhibit Hall
Wednesday, March 22 | 8:00–9:00 am
Are you an early riser? Get a start to your day! Head down to the Exhibit Hall on Wednesday morning before sessions start and grab a cup of coffee and a pastry to enjoy while you peruse the exhibits and chat with others.
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