Celebrate AERO’s 40th Anniversary in Red Lodge, October 17-19


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Keynote Speaker: Tony Boniface
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It is AERO’s 40th birthday, and we hope that you will join the celebration at the Carbon County Fairgrounds in Red Lodge, on October 17-19, for the 40th Annual Meeting! The weekend will kick off on Friday with a number of engaging farm & energy tours in and around Red Lodge. These will be followed by a cake-off fundraiser contest and a potluck dinner (meat entree provided) at the fairgrounds on Friday night.

Saturday starts off right with Ag & Energy Task Force Meetings, followed by our 2014 Keynote Speaker, Tony Boniface, Founder & President of Independent Power Systems (see biography below).

Delicious, locally-sourced & prepared food and brews will be abundantly available, thanks to the folks from Hope’s Homemade, Honey’s Cafe, Red Lodge Ales (featured on AERO’s Repower MT Campaign here), and Cafe Regis (featured on Repower MT here).

Also not-to-be-missed is AERO’s impressive silent auction full of unique and one-of-a-kind items and services which will compliment our traditional live auction. In addition, back by popular demand will be the 2nd Annual Folk School! It promises to give every meeting-goer an opportunity to get their hands dirty, while learning skills that empower & conserve.

We cannot wait to see you there! Click here for online registration and scroll down for the agenda, rates, farm and energy tour descriptions, and more on the keynote speaker.

Red Lodge Area Lodging information available HERE, some establishments will be offering AERO Annual Meeting attendees discounts on lodging, please ask when making your reservation. RV/tent camping is available for $5 at the fairgrounds (contact [email protected] and pay upon arrival). Also, consider exploring options available on VRBO in the Red Lodge area.

 

Finally, sponsorship packages are are still available! Scroll down for information on how you can support our efforts to make our 40th Annual Meeting the best yet!

Thank you Dave and Timeless Natural Food for supporting AERO 40th Annual Meeting as a Gold Sponsor.

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Agenda

Friday

1:00 pm — Energy and Ag Tours I (for descriptions and directions click here)

  • *White Deer Ranch
  • *Special K Ranch
  • *Zimmer & Bunting Straw Bale Home Construction
  • *Walking Tour of Energy Efficient Arrays in Downtown Red Lodge

3:00 — Energy and Ag Tours II (for descriptions and directions click here)

  • *Wholesome Foods
  • *White Deer Ranch
  • *Special K Ranch
  • *Driving Tour of Energy Efficient Arrays Around Red Lodge
  • *Zimmer & Bunting Straw Bale Home Construction

5:00 — Check in at Carbon County Fairgrounds (click here for directions)
5:30 — Dinner at Fairgrounds: Potluck with meat entree provided; Silent Auction opens
6:30 — Welcome to Meeting and Introduction of Executive Director / Task Forces (Energy and Ag) introduction and explanation of Saturday 8:00 am meeting focus
7:00 — Short Film introducing the Red Lodge Food Partnership Council
7:30 — The Great Cake Race Auction
8:00 — Games and social time

Saturday
prior to 10:00 am — Breakfast on own if not attending Task Force meeting

7:45 – 9:30 am — Task Force Meetings; Ag Task Force meet at Cafe Regis for meeting; Energy task force meet at Honey’s Cafe for meeting.  Breakfast will be available for purchase at both locations.
10:00 – 10:15 — Welcome From Executive Director and Board
10:15 – Noon — Opening Keynote – Tony Boniface

  • In his 20+ years in the renewable energy industry, Tony has developed innovative on- and off-grid power solutions across the country, including Montana’s first grid-connected solar system. One of his company’s inventions, the patent-pending Power-Tower, won the prestigious Zayed Future Energy Prize this year!

Noon – 12:15 pm — Break, including cider pressing throughout the afternoon!
12:15 – 1:15 — Lunch provided by Hope’s Homemade
1:15 – 2:10 — Sustainable Living Skill-Building Sessions / Roundtable Discussions and Presentations I (for full description, click here) Map of fairgrounds

  • *Farm to School: Montana Initiatives, National Policies, and Making it Profitable for Producers: Alyssa Charney, Policy Intern, National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition; Nancy Moore, Montana Healthy Food & Communities Program Director, National Center for Appropriate Technology; and Kirsten Gerbatsch, FoodCorps Fellow (Main Exhibit Hall)
  • *Targeted Grazing and Weed Management with Goats and Other Livestock: Ivan and ChiaThrane, Healthy Meadows, LLC and Lora Soderquist, MSU Prescriptive Livestock Services (Main Exhibit Hall)
  • *Making Salves Using Medicinal Plants: Kris Hill, Hill Botanical (Exhibit Hall Shop)
  • *Agritourism: Caroline Wallace, Food & Ag Program Manager, AERO  (County Emergency Response Building)
  • *Affordable Solar: Henry Dykema, Sundance Solar Systems (VoAg Building)
  • *Greenhouses and Your Home: Jeffrey Funk, Metamorphic Iron, Greenhouse Owner (Greenhouse)

2:10 – 2:20  — Break
2:20 – 3:15 — Sustainable Living Skill-Building Sessions / Roundtable Discussions and Presentations II (for full description, click here) Map of fairgrounds

  • *Food Policy & Safety Regulations: Alyssa Charney, Policy Intern, National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition and Nancy Moore, Montana Healthy Food & Communities Program Director, National Center for Appropriate Technology (Main Exhibit Hall)
  • *Principles of Holistic Management: Triple Bottom Line Management for Landscape Vitality: Ivan and Chia Thrane, Healthy Meadows, LLC and Lora Soderquist, MSU Prescriptive Livestock Services (Main Exhibit Hall)
  • *Making Salves Using Medicinal Plants: Kris Hill, Hill Botanical (Exhibit Hall Shop)
  • *High Efficiency Lighting: Dave Ryan, P.E. (County Emergency Response Building)
  • *Renewable Energy Policy: Ben Brouwer, Policy Director, Montana Renewable Energy Association (VoAg Building)
  • *Making a Solar Cooker: Kaleena Miller, Program Specialist and EnergyCorps AmeriCorps Program Director, National Center for Appropriate Technology (Greenhouse)

3:15 – 3:30 — Break
3:30 – 5:00 — Membership Meeting – All welcome to attend
5:30 – 6:30 — Dinner provided by Cafe Regis
6:30 – 8:00 — Announcement of Energy, Agriculture and Leadership Awards / Live Auction, End of Silent Auction (bidding closes at 8:05pm)
8:00 – 9:00  — Music Jam Session – Bring your instruments!

Sunday
9:00 – 9:30am — Vision and Next Steps from Task Force meetings
9:30 – 10:00 — Closing Day Inspiration
10:00 – 11:15 — Sustainable Living Skill-Building Sessions / Roundtable Discussions and Presentations III (for full description, click here) Map of fairgrounds

  • *Zero Energy Home Construction: Jim Baerg, Montana Energy+Design, Todd & Amy Hoitsma, Liquid Solar Systems and Zero Energy homeowners (Main Exhibit Hall)
  • *Resilient Communities: Max Milton (Main Exhibit Hall)
  • *What’s it Cost? A Crash Course in Solar PV Design and Return on Investment: John Palm, Bozeman Green Build (County Emergency Response Building)
  • *Soil Health Through Cover Crops and No-Till: Roger Hybner, Research Agronomist, USDA-NRCS, Bridger Plant Materials Center (VoAg Building)

11:30 am – 12:30 pm — Roots & Shoots: AERO Story Slam

  • Short stories (5 minutes or less) from members new and old about the exciting work they’re doing, their best memories from AERO’s past & their brightest hopes for its future. Feel free to join in!

12:30 — Lunch provided by Honey’s Cafe
1:30 – 3:30 Board meeting (including outgoing, current adn newly elected members)


 

Sustainable Living Skill-Building Sessions / Roundtable Discussions and Presentations

Session I: Saturday 1:15 – 2:10pm

Farm to School: Montana Initiatives, National Policies, and Making it Profitable for Producers: Alyssa Charney, Policy Intern, National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition; Nancy Moore, Montana Healthy Food & Communities Program Director, National Center for Appropriate Technology; and Kirsten Gerbatsch, FoodCorps Fellow

Location: Main Exhibit Hall
The farm to school roundtable will highlight and dive into work that is happening on the ground, such as Harvest of the Month, directly engaging with producers and continuing to coordinate what the featured items are each month. Participants will discuss innovative ways to get more buy in, such as bringing in other institutions and restaurants into the process. The discussion will also address how Montana’s Farm to School work ties into the policy landscape, both at the state level (introducing a bill for state farm to school grants), and at the national level, outlining how Montana can directly engage and support partners in the upcoming Child Nutrition Reauthorization (CNR) campaign.

Targeted Grazing and Weed Management with Goats and Other Livestock: Ivan and Chia Thrane, Healthy Meadows, LLC and Lora Soderquist, MSU Prescriptive Livestock Services
Location: Main Exhibit Hall
Panelists will share their experience and perspectives on the prescriptive grazing of goats, other species, and mixed species for the purpose of noxious weed management and ecosystem improvement. Discussion on how this ties into the larger picture of holistic land management (leading into the following session – Principles of Holistic Management: Triple Bottom Line Management for Landscape Vitality).

Making Salves Using Medicinal Plants: Kris Hill, Hill Botanical
Location: Exhibit Hall Shop
Understanding oils and topical body care products. Brief description of medicinal plants to use. Learn how to make herbal topical body care products at home. Live demonstration, lecture, handouts and recipes.

Agritourism: Caroline Wallace, Food & Ag Program Manager, AERO
Location:County Emergency Response Building
AERO has partnered with the Community Food and Agriculture Coalition (CFAC) and the Montana Department of Tourism to expand the Abundant Montana Directory to include agritourism opportunities by region! Agritourism activities include foodrelated events, farmers markets, farm to table dinners, onfarm sales, accommodations, farm workdays, tours, and more. In this session, you will learn more about how the Abundant Montana Directory will help farmers, ranchers, and food-based businesses and organizations market agritourism opportunities.

Affordable Solar: Henry Dykema, Sundance Solar Systems
Location: VoAg Building
Henry has been installing solar systems for residential and commercial applications throughout Montana since 1994. Whether you’re interested in off-grid, or tied to the grid, Henry will cover costs, incentives, policy, technology, and practical application. Interesting hands-on materials as well. Bring your own stories to share, as well as questions.

Greenhouses and Your Home: Jeffrey Funk, Metamorphic Iron, Greenhouse Owner
Location: Greenhouse
Drawing from his own personal experience, Jeffrey will facilitate a roundtable discussion on incorporating passive solar and greenhouses into your home and other structures on your property.


Session II: Saturday 2:20 – 3:15pm

Food Policy & Safety Regulations: Alyssa Charney, Policy Intern, National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition and Nancy Moore, Montana Healthy Food & Communities Program Director, National Center for Appropriate Technology
Location: Main Exhibit Hall
Discussion will focus on State and National food policy issues, including food safety regulations, in terms of what potential changes look like for producers on the ground, as well as opportunities to get involved with upcoming statewide or national policy initiatives. The discussion will address Montana’s food safety streamlining process resultant of the 2013 Food Safety House Bill, opportunities to get involved in the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) comment campaign on the re-proposed rules, and producer experiences with farm inspections. Also addressed will be the proposed provisions for a Cottage Food Bill.

Principles of Holistic Management: Triple Bottom Line Management for Landscape Vitality: Ivan and ChiaThrane, Healthy Meadows, LLC and Lora Soderquist, MSU Prescriptive Livestock Services
Location: Main Exhibit Hall
Focusing on sustainable ranching and land stewardship, practitioners from around the state will talk about holistic management and its implications to the environmental, social, and economic needs of land managers and rural communities, especially in the face of human development, land degradation and desertification, and climate change.

Making Salves Using Medicinal Plants: Kris Hill, Hill Botanical
Location: Exhibit Hall Shop
Understanding oils and topical body care products. Brief description of medicinal plants to use. Learn how to make herbal topical body care products at home. Live demonstration, lecture, handouts and recipes.

High Efficiency Lighting: Dave Ryan, P.E.
Location: County Emergency Response Building
Lighting is an important part of our indoor environment and a major contribution to our energy cost. Learn about quality of light, different lighting technologies, and the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

Renewable Energy Policy: Ben Brouwer, Policy Director, Montana Renewable Energy Association
Location: VoAg Building
Learn about key issues for the upcoming legislative session and plans for engaging Montanans around a better energy future.

Making a Solar Cooker: Kaleena Miller, Program Specialist and EnergyCorps AmeriCorps Program Director, National Center for Appropriate Technology
Location: Greenhouse
Build solar cookers with Energy Corps members from across Montana. See various models, get info on where to buy parts, and learn how to share this knowledge in school settings and beyond.
Session III, Sunday 10:00 – 11:15am

Zero Energy Home Construction: Jim Baerg, Montana Energy+Design, Todd & Amy Hoitsma, Liquid Solar Systems and Zero Energy homeowners
Location: Main Exhibit Hall
Learn from a long-time home energy pro and zero energy homeowners about construction details and solar gadgets. Plenty of stories from life in a Zero Energy home, to boot!

Resilient Communities: Max Milton
Location: Main Exhibit Hall
How do you know where your community is on a resilience scale–ie ability to function with effects of economic downturns or climate change (national, regional or local) on food, or energy price and availability, on the slow moving train wreck of affordable (ie on a community wide basis) or education or media addressing the future we want to live into? Max will share a wide range of materials he has been exposed to over the past year clustered around practices being used to create stronger more sustaining communities: a range of ideas from Transition towns to regional energy localization thru CCA’s or food systems localization or mapping local resilience.

What’s it Cost? A Crash Course in Solar PV Design and Return on Investment: John Palm, Bozeman Green Build
Location: County Emergency Response Building
Join us in answering the questions: How big a system do I need? Will it fit on my roof? How much will it cost? How long will it take to pay for itself? Please bring your utility bills and a calculator.

Soil Health Through Cover Crops and No-Till: Roger Hybner, Research Agronomist, USDA-NRCS, Bridger Plant Materials Center
Location: VoAg Building
Cover crops are not only used for improving soil health on dryland and irrigated farms, but also in home gardens and pastures of any size. For many reasons, including soil health, producers are looking to reduce inputs such as commercial fertilizer and diesel consumption. Why not let the soil microbes accomplish the work they were genetically designed for, rather than expensive and potentially detrimental long-term applications of inorganic fertilizer? Remember, if you till the soil, you kill the soil!


Rates for Registration and Meals

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Does not include lodging. Please note that breakfasts are on your own.

Full Registration (Includes Friday tours; meeting events from Friday evening through Sunday noon; meals:  Pot Luck dinner on Friday evening, lunch and dinner on Saturday, Lunch on Sunday):

AERO member – $105

Non-member – $130

Student – $90

Saturday and Sunday Registration (No Friday tours; meeting events from Saturday through Sunday noon; meals: lunch and dinner on Saturday, Lunch on Sunday):

AERO Member – $100

Non-Member – $125

Student – $85

Harvest Market or Organizational/Business Table  – $15


Tours

Agricultural Tours

White Deer Ranch (http://www.whitedeerranch.com/)

1pm and 3pm tours

Lee and Roxanne Dunn invite you to come visit their ranch, which is organic certified for hay, pasture and foraged plants, to learn more about the animal systems that integrate with farming and ranching systems to renovate and regenerate the land.  In addition to animals they are adding annually to their offerings of “you -pick” and foraged foods, natural products, herbal remedies, farm to table dinners, seminars, classes and events.”

From I90: The exit off of I-90 will be #408, the town of Columbus exit go south to the T intersection turn right and take the first left over the RR tracks following the signs to Absarokee.  In Absarokee to right between the IGA grocery store and the Crome Bar onto HWY 420 or Grove Street.  Go approximately 6.4 miles, turn left on Grove Creek Road. (don’t turn too early on Upper Grove Creek)  Grove Creek Road is a dirt road, there is a red metal barn on the corner.  Go 2 miles to the 4-way intersection, take a right on Davidson Creek Road.  Go to the Y in the road and take the left fork over the cattle guard.  Drive the 1 mile down our lane and pass the yellow house.  You can park in the barn area, and meet us in front of the greenhouse. (The first building to the left after the yellow house)

From Red Lodge:  Go toward Absarokee, but before you reach town you will see Rocking J convenience store & gas stop, turn left or West there.  After going through Fishtail, the first major dirt road to the right is Grove Creek Road, turn right there.  Go about 6 miles. Stay on Grove Creek road until it turns into Davidson Creek Road.  Pass the mailboxes at the 4 way intersection.  Go up a small hill and look for the Y in the road.   Go to the Y in the road and take the left fork over the cattle guard.  Drive the 1 mile down our lane and pass the yellow house.   You can park in the barn area, and meet us at the greenhouse.

For GPS navigation: 104 Davidson Creek Road, Fishtail, MT 59028 or go to the closest intersection of Grove Creek Road and Davison Creek Road and go west and north about 1/2 mile and find the grouping of buildings.’

Special K  Ranch (http://www.specialkranch.org/)

1pm and 3pm tours

Special K Ranch features 5 vocational programs 240 acres.  The criteria for these programs is that they are something that our residents, with supervision, can accomplish.  The 5 programs are: 1)  Wholesale Bedding Plants; 2)  Native Seed and Seedling production; 3)  Greenhouse Tomatoes and garden produce; 4)  Livestock:  Sheep and Cattle; 5)  Contract Services:  assembling, packaging and shipping.

The residents live in a family atmosphere with house Moms and Dads, usually 4 residents per house.  They work 5 regular days each work with occasional projects going on over the weekend – such as spring and summer markets where we sell flowers and produce at retail price.

Traveling west on I-90: Take Park City Exit 426 – turn left toward Cenex truck stop on Old US 10 – drive 8.9 miles or 0.7 miles past mile marker 10 – turn left onto gravel road at Big Island Preserve sign – drive 1.4 miles and turn left at white fence – the office (Wommack Center) is at the end of the lane.

Traveling east on I-90: Take Columbus Exit 408 – turn right onto 78 south – turn left at intersection onto Old US 10 – drive 7.2 miles or 0.5 miles past mile marker 7 – turn right immediately after crossing bridge onto gravel road – drive 0.5 miles and turn right at white fence – the office (Wommack Center) is at the end of the lane

34 Special K Lane, Columbus, MT 59019

Wholesome Foods (http://www.montanawholesomefoods.com/)

3pm tour

Wholesome Foods is a Certified Organic farm and ranch owned by Dick and Patricia Espenscheid. The Espenscheids began farming the property, located four miles south of Bridger Montana on Highway 310, in 2008 and immediately implemented sustainable practices to heal a landscape scarred by chemical-intensive agriculture. The farm and ranch produce hay, wheat, vegetables, free range pork and beef and feature a passive solar greenhouse, gardens, and hoop houses.

Going south of Bridger on Highway 310 between mile markers 22 and 21.  Turn right at the Espenscheid Ranch sign and follow the private gravel road approx 1/2 mile to the big house.  Keep following the road to park below and to the right of the house by the little brown house/barn.

Energy Tours

Zimmer and Bunting straw bale construction home

1 pm, about 1 hour in length

Peter Zimmer and Sarah Bunting are hand-building an off-grid, straw bale, earthen, and timber frame home utilizing local, recycled, and repurposed materials, just south of Red Lodge.

Drive south through Red Lodge on Broadway/Highway 212.  After you pass the south edge of town, keep driving about another 1.5 miles and turn right onto Water Works Road (not marked, but it is the last right hand turn before the bridge that crosses the West Fork of Rock Creek. If you cross the bridge, you went too far south!)  Stay right at the ‘Y’.  You will see the house on your right across a meadow.  It is earthen with a living roof; unmistakeable. Park along the side of the road and carpool, as possible.  Peter’s phone number is 970-846-7193.

Walking tour of downtown Red Lodge

1pm, about 1.5hours in length

A walking tour (approximately 10 blocks total) in downtown Red Lodge that will include three residential-size photovoltaic (solar electric) installations, including a building project that received LEEDS Platinum certification.  Unique methods of energy savings and conservation, including a Boys and Girls Club and a restaurant that grows much of their own produce.  

Driving/parking directions: Drive south on Broadway/Highway 212 through the downtown area of Red Lodge.  Turn right(west) on 14th Street; drive two blocks; turn right at the Civic Center.  Park in the lot behind the Civic Center and meet your tour group by the balloons at 1 pm.  For questions, contact Marty Clague at 402-515-1607.

Driving tour of energy efficient arrays around Red Lodge

3 pm, about 1.5 hours.

A driving tour close to Red Lodge that will include larger-scale, solar electric (PV) and solar hot water commercial applications.  You will see two of the largest solar arrays in the state, as well as other innovative energy conservation techniques in action, including recycling cleaning solutions and using a Freeaire refrigeration system that takes advantage of the cold temperatures in the mountain outdoors.

Park at the Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary, 615 E 2nd St, in Red Lodge.  Turn east off of Highway 212 onto East 2nd Street as you come into Red Lodge on the north end of town.  Drive three blocks and turn left into the parking area.  The tour will begin at 3 pm at the Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary.  Participants will then drive to the city’s wastewater treatment plant.  The tour will end at Red Lodge Ales, back on Highway 212 on the north end of town. For questions, contact Marty Clague at 402-515-1607.


 

Keynote Speaker

Tony Boniface

Tony Boniface is the founder and President of Independent Power Systems, a renewable energy design and installation company founded in 1996. He holds a BSEE from the University of Massachusetts and is a licensed Professional Engineer and Master Electrician.

His start in the solar energy industry began in 1993, working as an engineer for SunWize Energy Systems, one of the first major solar companies in the US. He was responsible for designing and installing off-grid residential, hybrid power systems for the New York Power Authority to provide power where extending power lines was prohibitive.

In 1996 he started Independent Power Systems (IPS) in Bozeman, Montana to provide off-grid power solutions using solar, wind and propane generator power for homes, water pumping and other remote applications. He was instrumental in educating the state utility, The Montana Power Company, on the virtues of solar energy and was ultimately awarded installing the first grid-connected solar system in the state.

Interested in having an influence in larger solar markets he expanded IPS operations to Boulder, Colorado in 2006 and then again to Boston, Massachusetts in 2010 concurrent with the launching of their solar incentive programs. To date IPS has installed hundreds of grid-tie solar systems, hundreds of off-grid solar and wind systems, dozens of grid-tie wind systems, dozens of solar and battery backup systems, and dozens of generator backup systems.

Being a solar energy pioneer and on the front lines in the deployment of solar and wind technology for the past 20 years, Tony has developed an extensive and critical knowledge base for developing optimized solutions. A notable example of this is his patent-pending

Power-Tower, a proprietary, guy-less, winch-operated tilt down tower that supports both a wind turbine and a solar array. It is optimized in that it taps both of these uniquely ubiquitous energy resources using minimal material, embodied energy, land use and cost while allowing easy and safe turbine access. Earlier this year it won the prestigious Zayed Future Energy Prize.

– Independent Power Systems – Shrinking Carbon Footprints since 1996 –

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Sponsorship Packages

Gold Sponsor Package ($500 and above)
As a Gold Sponsor, your company will be recognized throughout the promotion and hosting of the Annual Meeting, and will gain excellent exposure for your products and services via the following benefits:

  • Recognition as a Gold Sponsor with your logo on the Annual Meeting web page, in the program, and on other printed material
  • One complimentary registration (includes meeting registration and meals, but not lodging).
  • 50% off of the $75 fee for exhibition space
  • Complimentary quarter-page advertisement in the December Sun Times newsletter, which will recap the Annual Meeting—a $100 value.
  • Option of sponsoring and being recognized for a specific Annual Meeting meal, session, or social event.


Platinum Sponsor Package ($1000 and above)
As a Platinum Sponsor, your company or organization will enjoy the highest level of exposure offered. We will work with you to provide optimal promotion of your products and services in order to recognize your investment in the AERO community. You will receive exposure through the following benefits:

  • Recognition as a Platinum Sponsor with your company’s logo on the Annual Meeting web page, in the program, and on other printed material
  • A description of your company or organization (up to 50 words) will appear in the program, and on the Annual Meeting web page, together with a link to your website.
  • Two complimentary registrations (includes meeting registration and meals, but not lodging).
  • Complimentary exhibition space – a $75 value
  • Complimentary half-page advertisement in the December Sun Times newsletter, which will recap the Annual Meeting – a $200 value.
  • Company or organization brochure inserted into all attendees registration packets.
  • Option of sponsoring and being recognized for a specific Annual Meeting meal, session, or social event.

For additional information and to offer sponsorship, please contact Caroline Wallace: [email protected]. We appreciate your support!

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