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2013 Exhibit Information

The ASP welcomes exhibitors to showcase their diverse products and services at our 2013 Annual Meeting in San Jose. With more than 300 education and public outreach professionals in attendance, the ASP’s Meeting provides an excellent audience for publishers, space science companies, education resource organizations, science equipment/instrument manufacturers, science organizations, public agencies, museums, learning centers, and more.

  • The exhibit fee is $925, and includes one Meeting registration.
  • Exhibitors will be located in the Student Union Building of San Jose State University (same location as registration, networking, and the poster presentations).
  • Exhibitors are asked to set up Sunday afternoon/evening. We have access to the Student Union Building ballroom until 8 pm on Sunday. ASP staff will be on site to assist. (Monday morning will be a very busy time in this space.)
  • The tentative exhibit schedule is as follows: July 22, 23 and 24 from 9 AM to 5:30 PM.
  • The ASP will provide each exhibitor with Internet access, electricity, a 6’ draped table, and two chairs.
  • The exhibit space will be approximately 8’ x10’ but we can accommodate a larger exhibit if we know in advance.
  • Each exhibitor will be featured in the Meeting program – narrative and logo.
  • Each exhibitor will receive one ticket to the Annual Meeting Supporters Luncheon (July 22).
  • Please follow this link to register as an exhibitor.

Equipment/materials that need to be shipped to the Student Union Building for this event should arrive no earlier than 3 business days prior to the date of the event – July 17, 2013. Please be sure to provide the quantity and dimensions of equipment/materials being shipped, and use the following address, as shown:

San Jose State University
ATTN: DIEGO VAZQUEZ /STUDENT UNION BLDG.
For: ASP/Name of company or Individual
211 SOUTH 9TH STREET
SAN JOSE CA 95192-0155

For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact Kathryn Harper, kharper {at} astrosociety.org or 415-715-1406. Thank you!