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    • 22 Mar 2017
    • 8:30 AM
    • 24 Mar 2017
    • 4:30 PM
    • Albany Capital Center

    Join Us as an Exhibitor at the
    NYSCSS & NYS4A 79th Annual Convention
    Ages & Pages: With Literacy & Justice for All

    Thursday, March 23 - Friday, March 24, 2017

    Albany Capital Center, Albany New York 


    CONFERENCE EXHIBITING SCHEDULE

    Wednesday, March 22

    • Set Up: 3:00 PM-10:00 PM (Subject to change)
    Thursday, March 23
    • Exhibits Open: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    Friday, March 24
    • Exhibits Open: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Break Down: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (late fees assessed for post 5:00 PM break down)

    DISPLAY INFORMATION AND PRICING

    Commercial booth fee is $750 and will come with pipe and drape. An exhibitor of other booth needs will be sent under separate cover from our decorator Total Events. 

     

    Non-profits with 6 or more full-time employees are $375 per booth. Non-profits with 5 or less full-time employees are $275 per booth.

    Commercial Vendors - $750

    The brand new state-of-the-art Albany Capital Center provides a great area to exhibit your products and materials. The dedicated exhibit area is located next to all speaking areas making for great vendor traffic flow.

    Pipe and draped booths are approximately 10’ x 10’ and include: 8’ high back wall pipe and drape; 3’ high side rail pipe drape; one line booth identification sign; 6’ skirted table; side chair(s); 1 wastebasket (additional items-fee based through Total Events).

    Non-Profit Vendors - $275 (5 or fewer full-time employees)
    or $375
     (6 or more full-time employees)


    Museum Showcase Participants - $200 (Two day participation is required)


      


    REGISTRATION AND HOUSING

     

    Exhibiting firms will be allowed two (2) complimentary conference registrations per display. Additional registrations may be obtained at a cost of:
    • $90 per commercial representative
    • $60 per large non-profit representative
    • $30 per small non-profit representative

    If you desire more than one booth display, please fill out a separate registration for each booth display, remembering that each display ordered entitles you to two complimentary registrations.

    Exhibit registration documentation will only be completed online. Payment may be by credit card or check. If you are paying by check please select that option and proceed with mailing.


    Our hotel room information can be found under our conference tab 

           

    DRAPER/DECORATOR & MEAL SERVICES

               
    Our decorator will be Total Events, (Niskayuna, NY). A separate PDF of services is forthcoming once booth calculations are confirmed and depending on what your company's needs are.
     Meals are NOT included in the booth registration cost & you will receive information through Mazzone Hospitality. 


    ADVERTISING OPTIONS
     

    When filling in the registration form you will see options for purchasing advertising space in the official convention program at the following cost.

     

    Inside Cover 7 x 10"- $300
    Interior Full Page 7
     x 10" -$240
    Interior Half Page Horizontal - 7" x 5"- $150

    Interior Half Page Vertical - 7" x 5"- $150

     

    Advertising payment is due no later than Friday, March 3, 2017. 

     

    There will be section of the exhibitor portal for your organization to make payment via credit card or business check.


    Camera-ready copy must be sent as a PDF email attachment to Steve Goldberg at sagoldb@aol.com by Wednesday, February 1, 2017.


    FOR IRS W-9 FORM (Request for Taxpayer ID) click here.


    If paying by check, please send to:

    New York State Council for the Social Studies
    c/o Tim Potts, Treasurer
    P.O. Box 921
    Monticello, NY 12701

    Questions? Please contact Tim Potts, Exhibits Co-Chair:

    • Email: treasurer@nyscss.org
    • Phone: 845-796-3058 x20618
    • Please note 24 hour turn around time in returned phone calls. We currently do not have full-time staff. 


     
    • 22 Mar 2017
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Albany Capital Center - Capital Room
    Registration is closed

    Please use this to register to attend the NYSCSS/NYS4A Board Dinner on Wednesday, March 22 at the 79th Annual Convention.

     


    PAYMENT:  Payments must be received by Saturday, March 19, 2016.  All payments can be made online through our PayPal link using a bank account transaction, debit card, or credit card. When the transaction is completed, you will receive an e-mail invoice confirming payment. You do not need to have a PayPal account to use this option.


    Payments by check and purchase order are also available. Please send your check or purchase order to:


    New York State Council for the Social Studies
    c/o Tim Potts
    P.O. Box 921
    Monticello, NY 12701


    • 23 Mar 2017
    • 25 Mar 2017
    • Albany Capital Center

    Thank you for your interest in the New York State Council for the Social Studies and New York State Social Studies Supervisory Association's 79th Annual Convention, Ages and Pages: With Literacy and Justice for All.


    MEMBERSHIP: Required to attend the Convention. Non-member registration includes NYSCSS Membership for one (1) calendar year. Please click here to learn about our various membership options.


    Convention registration includes breakfast and lunch on Thursday and Friday and breakfast on Saturday.  


    PAYMENT:  Payments must be received by Saturday, March 11, 2017.  All payments can be made online through our PayPal link using a bank account transaction, debit card, or credit card. When the transaction is completed, you will receive an e-mail invoice confirming payment. You do not need to have a PayPal account to use this option.


    Payments by check and purchase order are also available. Please send your check or purchase order to:


    New York State Council for the Social Studies
    c/o Tim Potts
    P.O. Box 921
    Monticello, NY 12701


    *Please note: NO refunds may be issued for any costs after March 11, 2017.  


    SCHOOL/ORGANIZATION PAYING YOUR COSTS?: If your registration costs are being paid by an organization with a credit or debit card, each individual's registration must be done separately. Since this will require personnel in your business office to have access to your personal NYSCSS account (for current NYSCSS members only), we suggest you change your member password before and after such payment.


    If your school or organization is paying by check or purchase order, please make certain that that the names of attendees being paid for are written on documents accompanying the mailed check or purchase order. A school or organization contact person (with phone and e-mail address) should be identified on the purchase order.


    For questions about purchase orders, please contact NYSCSS Treasurer Tim Potts at treasurer@nyscss.org or (845) 796-3058 ext. 20618.


    FOR IRS W-9 FORM (Request for Taxpayer ID) click here.


    NEED HELP?

    Please contact us at pwgold@optonline.net 


    Please be patient after clicking "Next" on each page of the registration form. New pages may take time to load. Do not hit "refresh" or your information may be lost.

    • 24 Mar 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Albany Capital Center
    • 43
    Please only use this form if you are an award winner or wish to attend the awards luncheon and ARE NOT registering for the Convention as a whole.  

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