Thank you for your interest in exhibiting your organization or company at the American Humanist Association’s 77th Annual Conference! Our event is expected to draw over 500 humanists, atheists, freethinkers and progressively-minded activists from across the country.
Showcase your organization, company, or individual work in our Exhibits Area during the AHA Conference! The Exhibit Area will be located in a central area near the AHA plenary sessions, allowing for maximum conference flow and interaction. Non-profit organizations and AHA Chapters/Affiliates receive special reduced rates! You can also purchase space at our unstaffed Information Table if you are unable to attend the AHA Conference but would like to share your brochures, books or other materials.
To apply for table in our Exhibit Area or space at our Information Table, download the Exhibit Registration Form (coming soon!) and return by mail, fax or email. Exhibit tables are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Deadline for submitting this application in full is February 15th, 2018. A submitted application does not guarantee space; you will be notified one week after submitting your application if your organization or company is approved.
Buy an advertisement in the 77th Anniversary Conference Program Book! The 2018 AHA Conference Program Book will be given to all conference participants and contains the full conference schedule and information. Full, half and quarter page advertisements are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
To purchase ad space, download the Advertising Order Form (coming soon!) and return by mail, fax or email. A submitted form does not guarantee space; you will be notified one week after submitting the form if your ad has been approved. Deadline for submitting the completed form and artwork is February 15, 2018.
Questions? Please contact Meghan Hamilton, Conference Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-837-3792 ext. 114. Submit forms by postal mail to American Humanist Association, ATTN: Meghan Hamilton, 1821 Jefferson Pace, NW Washington, DC.