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Sponsors, Exhibitors, Advertisers

 

  AUCD Invites You to Be a Part of the 2020 AUCD Conference

December 6-9 in Washington, DC

About the AUCD Annual Conference

At the AUCD Conference over 1,000 community leaders, researchers, policymakers, practitioners, professionals, advocates, and students will join forces in their commitment to change the world for people with disabilities and their families. Packed with concurrent and poster sessions, plenaries, and numerous networking opportunities, the AUCD Conference is designed to promote innovative thinking that will catapult disability policy, research, and advocacy initiatives to the next level. The Conference is strategically held in Washington, DC, to attract thought leaders from Capitol Hill and the Administration, along with well-known national disability organizations and advocates who work at the federal level.

Recent AUCD Conferences have featured prominent disability leaders including members of Congress, high-level Administration appointees, and key Hill Staff. Sponsors and exhibitors of the Conference will have direct access to AUCD's $650 million national network of directors, researchers, practitioners, and advanced-level Fellows representing university-based programs from every state and territory. Best of all, you'll join an increasingly dynamic conversation focused on the support, inclusion, and well-being of people with disabilities, and demonstrate your organization's commitment to this population.

The sponsor/exhibitor/advertiser application will be available soon. Please contact Laura Martin at [email protected] for questions.

 
 

Sponsorship Opportunities

Photo of women laughing and clinking glasses. Text: Your partnership matters. Sponsor support ensures that the AUCD Conference continues to deliver cutting-edge content that promotes the health, education, and social and economic welfare of people with disabilities and their families. A portion of the dollars raised will support AUCD’s public policy and advocacy initiatives as well as help us provide conference registration and travel grants to enable people with disabilities, their family members, and other emerging leaders to attend the AUCD Conference. All sponsors will be able to:

  • Have one-on-one interactions with attendees and AUCD leadership
  • Display your message and products prominently to attendees
  • Be recognized prominently both before and during the event with event signage, special mentions during major events, and your logo on the conference website and nationally disseminated promotional materials
  • Connect with attendees at your leisure via our attendee mailing list

Additional deliverables are dependent upon the levels of sponsorship.

 
 

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2020 Exhibits and Advertising

Conference Exhibitor - $1,500

Prominently display your materials and products and enjoy valuable one-on-one time with conference attendees on Monday and Tuesday of the Conference. Located in the Grand Ballroom Foyer occupied by attendees throughout the conference, the exhibitor space allows for maximum exposure and return on your investment. Come share your innovation and promising practices with over 1,000 disability leaders, practitioners and self-advocates. Spaces are limited so submit your exhibitor application today!

Exhibitors receive: 

  • 6x6 booth
  • 2 complimentary exhibitor representatives on-site (who will staff the exhibit only; this is not a conference registration)
  • 1 discounted full conference registration ($250)
  • Logo placement in the conference program and on the AUCD conference website
  • Access to pre- and post-conference attendee mailinglist

  • Program Advertising  

  • Full page, color- $800 8.5" W x 11" H
  • Half page, color- $500 6.5" W x 3.25" H
  • Quarter page, color- $3003.5"Wx 3.5" H

 

 
 

AUCD Appreciates our Partners!

The following organizations have sponsored, exhibited, or advertised at past AUCD Conferences, lending their support to AUCD's work to promotes the health, education, social, and economic welfare of people with disabilities and their families.

  • AAIDD
  • Access Interpreting, Inc.
  • Allsup
  • AMCHP
  • Anthem
  • ao Strategies
  • AOTA
  • Archer Daniels Midland
  • AT&T
  • autism NOW
  • Behavior Imaging
  • Bender Consulting Services, Inc.
  • Brookes Publishing
  • Centene Corporation
  • Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
  • Closed Caption Maker
  • Comcast Universal
  • DirectCourse
  • Elsevier
  • Essential Learning
  • FDA Office of Women's Health
  • Galt Foundation
  • HI (Humanity & Inclusion)
  • HSC Foundation
  • IAB
  • IASSID
  • Institute on Community Integration at the University of Minnesota
  • Institute on Disabilities at Temple University
  • Intelligent Video Solutions
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  • Kent Creative
  • Lefleur Transportation
  • Magellan Cares Foundation
  • MetLife Center for Special Needs Planning
  • Molina Healthcare
  • NARIC
  • National Center for Prenatal and Postnatal Down Syndrome Resources
  • National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities
  • NCBDDD
  • Office of Disability Employment
  • Quantum
  • Resources for Integrated Care
  • Rooted in Rights
  • sComm
  • SignalVine
  • Social Thinking
  • Special Hope Foundation
  • Springer
  • Sprint Accessibility
  • The Arc / HealthMeet
  • Therap
  • Uber
  • Verizon
  • Walmart
  • WellPoint