Exhibitors

As an exhibitor, your organization can reach current and potential customers, network with STEM education decision-makers and strengthen its STEM education profile.

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Exhibit Types

Premium Exhibit
$600 for nonprofits / $725 for others


What’s Included?

  • Color advertisement in conference program (ad space is 2.56″ wide x 2.5″ tall)
  • Logo in conference application for Android and iOS devices
  • 10’ × 8′ draped exhibit booth with 8-foot table and 2 chairs
  • Free WiFi and electricity for exhibit booth – most conferences charge you extra!  (deadline to request electricity is September 6)
  • 2 representatives permitted to staff booth and attend conference sessions if desired (a value of $430 or more)
  • NEW extended exhibit hall hours. Exhibit hall now open all of Day 1 and until 3:30 p.m. on Day 2
  • Delicious hot breakfasts and buffet lunches, healthy afternoon snacks and all-day beverages on-site– right there in the exhibit hall so you never need to leave the conference venue – for both days of the conference.
  • Optional Exhibitor Action Lab: Enjoy time with customers who have elected to attend a 50-minute concurrent session with you in a dedicated room away from the exhibit hall excitement and distractions. Your dedicated room comes complete with free audio-visuals (a projector, laptop, WiFi and microphone). Your session will give you the opportunity to talk about your organization and what it provides to the STEM education community. Spots are limited and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis when you register. We strongly encourage these sessions to include free and low-cost resources that your organization makes available to K-12 educators.
  • Optional 5-minute introduction (“elevator speech”) given before or after plenary sessions to briefly promote your organization to all attendees! Spots are limited and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis when you register. SOLD OUT
  • Optional Teacher Appreciation Raffle: Exhibitors may donate prizes for the annual Bridging the Gap exhibit hall raffle – a highlight for participants of this annual conference. This raffle takes place at strategic moments throughout the two-day conference so as to minimize interference with vendor/customer interactions.

Standard Exhibit
$350 for nonprofits / $475 for others


What’s Included?

  • Color advertisement in conference program (2.56″ wide x 1.82″ tall)
  • Logo in conference application for Android and iOS devices
  • 10’ × 8′ draped exhibit booth with 8-foot table and 1 chair
  • Free WiFi and electricity for exhibit booth – most conferences charge you extra!  (deadline to request electricity is September 6)
  • NEW extended exhibit hall hours. Exhibit hall now open all of Day 1 and until 3:30 p.m. on Day 2
  • 1 representative permitted to staff booth (a value of $215 or more)
  • Delicious hot breakfasts and buffet lunches, healthy afternoon snacks and all-day beverages on-site– right there in the exhibit hall so you never need to leave the conference venue – for both days of the conference.
  • Optional Teacher Appreciation Raffle: Exhibitors may donate prizes for the annual Bridging the Gap exhibit hall raffle – a highlight for participants of this annual conference. This raffle takes place at strategic moments throughout the two-day conference so as to minimize interference with vendor/customer interactions.

Important Dates

August 23

  • Last day to register as an exhibitor

September 6

  • Last day to submit print ad for conference program
  • Last day to submit logo for conference application
  • Last day to submit details for optional, 50-minute concurrent session (if applicable)
  • Last day to submit request for electricity at booth

October 21

  • Exhibit setup from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

October 22

  • Exhibits open 7:30 am to 4:30 pm

October 23

  • Exhibits open 7:30 am to 3:30 pm
  • Exhibit breakdown starts at 3:30 pm


NCABR reserves the right to refuse to admit or to eject from the exhibit hall or any other area leased by NCABR for Bridging the Gap any person, exhibit or thing that is not, at the sole discretion of NCABR, in its opinion, in keeping with the character and purpose of the Bridging the Gap conference.