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W. H. Yeates Exhibition

September 24-26, 2017
St. John's Convention Centre
St. John's, NL

SPACE IS LIMITED!

Book now!

Showcase your company products and services at the W. H. Yeates Exhibition of the Transportation Association of Canada (TAC).

WHY EXHIBIT?

  • Raise your organization's profile in the transportation and roadways sectors
  • Form new strategic business alliances and partnerships
  • Access senior transportation decision-makers and managers in public and private sectors
  • Increase sales of transportation-related products or services
  • Test-market a new transportation-related product or service
  • Increase your brand awareness in a targeted market
  • Network with new and existing clients

NEW! NETWORK AND EXCHANGE WITH POKEN

Delegates at the 2017 TAC Conference & Exhibition will be using Poken, a digital business card and briefcase, to collect information, exchange and network. Booth visitors will be able to collect all your company information and brochures digitally. Each TAC delegate will receive a Poken USB to exchange contact information and receive digital material.

Why use Poken?

  • Receive full reports that tell you what information was collected and by whom
  • Obtain effective lead generation and management
  • Engage with your sales material

PRICING

10' X 10' EXHIBIT BOOTHS (sold out)

  Early-Bird Rental
ENDS JUNE 14
Regular Rental
ENDS JULY 19
Late Rental
ENDS AUGUST 31
TAC Member $2,375 $2,575 $2,775
Non-Member $2,575 $2,775 $2,975

TABLE TOP DISPLAYS (Only 20 available)

  EARLY-BIRD RENTAL
ENDS JUNE 14
REGULAR RENTAL
ENDS JULY 19
LATE RENTAL
ENDS AUGUST 31
TAC Member $1,775 $1,900 $1,975
Non-Member $1,900 $1,975 $2,050

Consult the 2017 Exhibitor Guide for featured exhibitor packages, and more!

QUESTIONS?

Contact Jacques A. Maltais, Sr. Events Manager, at jamaltais@tac-atc.ca or 613-736-1350 x234.

*Exhibitors booking after August 1 will not be represented in the conference's printed program. All changes to exhibitor information or exhibitors booking after September 10 will not be reflected in the printed or electronic materials.