We would like to extend a warm invitation to your organization to participate as an exhibitor and sponsor at the Annual American Academy of Forensic Sciences Conference, which will take place February 19–24, 2024 (Monday–Saturday) at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO.
The AAFS conference is a highly anticipated event in the forensic sciences community, bringing together experts and professionals from various disciplines, including anthropology, criminalistics, digital and multimedia sciences, engineering sciences, forensic nursing science, jurisprudence, odontology, pathology/biology, psychiatry and behavioral science, questioned documents, and toxicology. As an exhibitor or sponsor at the conference, your organization will have the opportunity to showcase your products, services, and expertise to a targeted audience of forensic experts and professionals from around the world.
With over 3,500 attendees expected to attend, the conference will provide a unique opportunity for your organization to connect with key decision-makers in the field, network with industry leaders, and showcase your brand to a highly targeted audience. As an exhibitor you will have access to a range of benefits, including:
- Standard Booth Drape will be an 8' High Back Drape and 3' Side Rails
- Alphabetical Listing with Booth Number and Company Website in the Program Guide and Mobile App
- Three (3) Comp Full Conference Registrations Per Company *
- Three (3) Exhibit Hall Only Passes for Staff per 10x10 Space
- Liability Insurance Included
- Pre- and Post-Attendee Mailing List
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 719.453.1022. We are here to assist you with all your needs and ensure that your participation in the conference is a great success.
Thank you for considering this opportunity, and we look forward to welcoming you to Denver for the AAFS Conference.
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