Exhibitor and Sponsor Opportunities
SAVE THE DATE!
2020 Legislative Conference
January 27-29, 2020
Desmond Hotel Albany
Early Online Registration is Now Open!
View your Legislative Conference Exhibitor/Sponsor Opportunities packet here.
View exhibit hall layouts here
Does your company provide a product or service to counties?
Do you want to connect with the decision-makers in New York's county governments?
Sponsoring a NYSAC event or exhibiting at a conference is the best way to connect with county leaders. We offer a broad range of sponsorship opportunities to meet your needs.
Complete details and registration forms for sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities can be found online here.
Conference Sponsors & Exhibitors
Conference sponsorship enables private sector companies to connect with county officials at our conferences, seminars and training programs throughout the year. Sponsorship opportunities are offered at the following annual NYSAC events:
Legislative Conference (January/February, Albany)
Fall Seminar (September, location changes yearly)
County Finance School (May, Syracuse)
One Day Specialized Training Sessions (Schedules and locations TBD)
NYSAC sponsors have the opportunity to participate at a number of different financial levels. Each level affords the sponsor a variety of benefits based on their sponsorship selection. Most sponsorship levels feature complimentary conference registrations, advertising, NYSAC County Directory, signage recognition, as well as other benefits. NYSAC offers the following levels of sponsorship for your consideration.
Special Events Sponsor ($1500—$5,000)
Silver Sponsor ($500)
Gold Sponsor ($1000)
Platinum Sponsor ($3,500)
Corporate Sponsor ($5,000)
Please contact NYSAC Marketing Specialist Juanita Munguia at (518) 465-1473 x201 or at email@example.com with any questions related to sponsorship.
Note: Only government officials, state agencies and our Excelsior and Associate Partners may register for NYSAC events under the registration rate in our conference flyer. All others in the private sector must use exhibitor or sponsor forms to attend the conference.