Exhibit at the Conference
As an exhibitor, you have numerous ways to "set-up-shop" at the conference and to get enormous marketing exposure for your products, services and activities, from renting a whole table or a half table within our large community tent to setting up your own tent on the exhibit grounds. You can decide to register for workshops, the meal plan and reasonably priced sleeping accommodations or not. And, every exhibitor should grab the opportunity to advertise in the Summer Conference Program Book, which attendees use as a directory for products, services and educational programs through the year.
No matter how you choose to participate, your presence is a central aspect of the conference! We had close to 100 exhibitors at the 2011 NOFA Summer Conference and are expecting at least that many this year. Please consider joining us for another year or for the first time, as we all strive to understand and support organic farming and sustainable living! See the form at right for details on how to register.
As mentioned above, you won't want to miss this opportunity. Even if you can't attend the conference, you'll want to have an ad in the Program Book, which participants keep as a reference directory long after the conference is over. Advertising at the summer conference is a way to support your business as well as NOFA. See the form at right for details on this option as well.
The conference attracts a wide variety of people from New England, New York, and New Jersey, as well as other places in the United States and Canada; approximately 1,400 people attended this event in 2011. This year we have two highly accomplished keynote speakers: Chellie Pengree and Jeffrey Smith. The Conference will host more than 200 workshops taught by experts from all over the Northeast on a wide range of topics including aspects of organic farming and land care, the use of animal power, homesteading, alternative energy, nutrition, spirituality, food politics, activism, and much more. There is also an engaging teens' and children's workshop series making the weekend fun and engaging for all ages.
Contact: Bob Minnocci, 662 Mass Ave #6, Boston MA 02118, 617-236-4893, firstname.lastname@example.org