Vendor Alley

Sport Events Congres 2018 Trade Show / Vendor Alley

A popular part of Sport Events Congress is the trade show component.  During the conference, exhibitors and event sponsors will be distributing promotional material, offering gifts and prizes to delegates who visit the booths and engaging delegates in interactive activities.   The trade show starts on day 1 of the Congress and runs throughout the event, but sessions and other presentations occur concurrently with the trade show so most of the trade show traffic is generated during refreshment breaks, and breakfast and lunch.

    Exhibitor Packages - Vendor Alley (PDF updated October 24, 2017) 

    Vendor Alley Floor Plan (PDF updated March 2, 2018) 

    Vendor Alley FAQ's

    Vendor Alley Welcome Package (PDF - updated March 2, 2018)

    Vendor Alley Exhibitor Kit (PDF - updated February 8, 2018)


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