Exhibit at ASHA’s Conference to Meet 600 Potential New Customers!

Posted on May 25, 2012

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Exhibit at ASHA’s annual school health conference and you can share your programs, products and services with an audience of about 600 school health professionals from a broad range of disciplines!

In response to suggestions from past exhibitors, ASHA will offer a free Expo Pass, which allows conference delegates to bring their purchasing decision maker to the exhibit hall!

Who attends ASHA’s conference?

  • CDC Division of Adolescent and School Health
  • Family and Consumer Studies Teachers
  • Government and State Departments of Education and Health
  • Health Educators
  • Nonprofit Organizations
  • Nutritionists
  • Pediatricians
  • Physical Education Professionals
  • Safe and Drug-free Coordinators
  • School Administrators
  • School Counselors/Mental Health Professionals
  • School Health Coordinators
  • School Nurses
  • Sexuality Education Teachers
  • Students (graduate and undergraduate)
  • University Professors
For more information on the conference, including pricing and benefits, read the Exhibitor and Sponsor Prospectus.


10 Tips for Getting Noticed in the Exhibit Hall

These tips, culled from The Entreprenette Gazette, can help you make the most of your time in the exhibit hall:

  1. Involve visitors with a demonstration and they’ll be more likely to remember you.
  2. Convey a clear message. Use as few words as possible on your signs so they know at a glance what you have to offer.
  3. Highlight any big recent and past media coverage to reinforce your credibility.
  4. Stand in front of your table rather than sit behind it. Greet people with a smile and hand them a brochure.
  5. Promote a putting contest or a wheel of chance game that allows your attendees to have fun & win a prize. Give away practical prizes that promote your company’s name, website and phone number.
  6. Display scrapbooks with real people engaged in your product, program or service.
  7. Write down on the back of a person’s business card something that will help you remember them.
  8. To build relationships before you walk in the door, contact conference attendees before the conference.
  9. Ask a leading question — unexpectedly start a conversation.
  10. Go green! Attendees and organizers notice if you are ecologically conscious.
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