AiA20 Exhibitor prospectus

EXHIBITOR PROSPECTUS

Capture the attention of more than 3,000 professionals who are making an impact in the lives of older adults!

www.asaging.org/aia

2020 Conference of the American Society on Aging Atlanta, Georgia | March 24–27 Exhibit Hall | March 24–26

CONFERENCE SESSIONS AND PROGRAM FOCUS AREAS AT A GLANCE :: Aging in Community :: Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia :: Business & Aging :: Caregiving :: Care Transitions :: Creativity, Lifelong Learning

Gain visibility at this premier event! Aging in America is the most comprehensive multidisciplinary conference on aging, attended by nearly 3,000 professionals in the fields of aging, healthcare and education. As an exhibitor you have the opportunity to make a connection with key influencers and leaders in the field of aging who are looking to learn about products and services that can support their work with older adults. Atlanta is a vibrant city known for its diverse musical heritage, Southern hospitality, civil rights movement and peaches. We invite you to join us there to share your innovations that help older adults to not just survive, but to thrive as well. Additionally, we welcome exhibitors that offer useful programs, products and services that benefit older adults, their families, and the professionals who work to improve their lives. Spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so make your reservation soon to secure the best possible location!

:: Healthcare & Aging :: Health & Wellness :: Leadership in Aging :: Legal & Ethical Issues :: LGBTQ Aging

:: Long-Term Care :: Mental Health

:: Multicultural Aging :: Policy & Advocacy :: Spirituality & Religion :: Technology, Accessibility & Transportation :: Workforce Issues

ORGANIZATION TYPE

SOCIAL WORK/ COUNSELING

15%

AGING SERVICES

27%

BUSINESS

RESEARCH

4%

3%

ADMINISTRATION

EDUCATION

HEALTHCARE

OTHER

9%

5%

POLICY AND ADVOCACY

5%

19%

13%

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Exhibitor Opportunities and Benefits Exhibiting at the Aging in America Conference is your opportunity to meet and influence more than 3,000 professionals in the field of aging. Our exhibitors consistently provide extremely positive appraisals of the value of their experience with us. In 2019, 97% of exhibitors rated their experience as good or excellent.

WHO EXHIBITS :: Academic and Educational Programs :: Healthcare Providers :: Home Healthcare (Medical and Nonmedical) :: Financial Planning Companies :: Government Agencies :: Long-Term Care Organizations and Businesses :: Health & Wellness Product Providers

:: Medical/Health Product Companies :: Nonprofit Organizations :: Publishers :: Pharmaceutical Companies :: Professional Services :: Technology Solutions Providers :: Nutrition Service Providers

EXHIBITOR BENEFITS :: One free conference registration—more than a $600 value—with each booth purchase. :: Unlimited free exhibit hall passes for booth staff and guests. Passes are for exhibit hall only. :: Complimentary coffee and lunch in the Exhibit Hall. :: Exhibit listing in the conference program book (Deadline 2/5/20). :: Visibility on conference website with your company’s description and hyperlink. :: Full listing in the conference app. :: Complimentary lead retrieval via the conference app. :: Special reduced rates on advertising in the conference program book. :: Free one-time use of conference attendee mailing list (pre-conference or post-conference). ( List includes physical addresses of those who opt in to receive exhibitor mailings only; does not include email addresses or phone numbers. You must contact ASA to request the list, and all mailings must be sent through a mailing house .)

Attendees

were very engaged. OneMagnify

NEW EXHIBIT HALL TRAFFIC BUILDERS! :: Unopposed exhibit hours :: Multiple seating areas :: Bingo cards :: Lunch in the hall :: Education and networking events :: and more!

Great opportunity to network with existing clients as well as introduce ourselves to new possibilities. PAC Software, Inc.

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Exhibit Hours, Contacts and Hotel

EXHIBIT DATES AND HOURS (tentative) Tuesday, March 24 Installation of Exhibits: 8:00 am–3:30 pm Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Reception: 6:00–7: 45 pm Wednesday, March 25 Exhibit Hall Open: 8:00 am–2:00 pm Special hours open to the public: 9:00 am–noon Lunch in the Exhibit Hall: Noon–1:30 pm Thursday, March 26

Exhibit Hall Open: 8:00–11:00 am Dismantling of Exhibits: 11:00 am

IMPORTANT: All exhibits must be staffed during exhibit hall open hours. Exhibitors are not allowed to dismantle exhibits before the closing of the exhibit hall at 11:00 am on Thursday, March 26 per contract. Exhibitors who dismantle early will lose priority status and at the discretion of show management may not be invited to exhibit at future conferences.

CONTACTS Exhibit Space Linda Jones

American Society on Aging 575 Market Street, Suite 2100 San Francisco, CA 94105 Phone: 415-974-9638 Email: ljones @asaging.org Official Show Decorator Global Experience Specialists (GES) 3636-B Pennsy Dr. Landover, MD 20785 Phone: (301) 343-6098 Fax: (301) 583-5091

Conference Hotel All conference activities will be held at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. When making your reservations be sure to mention the American Society on Aging/2020 Aging in America Conference. The cut-off date to get the reduced rate on your room is February 19, 2020 (or prior if the room block sells out sooner). After this date the rate will be based on availability at prevailing rates.

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Exhibit Hall Floor Plan * EXHIBIT PRICE INCLUDES: :: Booth space in carpeted hall (Ceiling is 12’ high) :: Draped backdrop and side rails :: Exhibitor ID sign (black and white, 7”h x 44”w) hung on back wall Please note: Exhibit space does NOT come furnished. You will have the option to rent a chair/ table package with your application, or you may rent directly from the decorator.

LEGEND Nonprofit booth Standard booth Premium booth Sponsor booth *Floor plan is subject to change.

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Additional Marketing Opportunities Advertising in the Conference Program Book Approximately 3,000 attendees will use the official conference program book, referring to its content throughout the conference. Post-conference, the program book becomes a valuable reference tool used time and again and shared among colleagues, extending its shelf life for up to one year.

AD SIZES AND RATES (All ads are available in full color.) Size Dimensions Sponsor/Exhibitor

Others $1,400

Full Page (no bleed*)

8”w x 10 1/2”h

$1,100 $700 $450

Half Page

7 1/2”w x 4 3/4”h 3 5/8”w x 4 3/4”h

$900 $600

Quarter Page

* For a full-page ad with bleed, build file to actual page size (8 3/8”w x 10 7/8”h). Bleeds should extend 1/4 inch (on all sides) beyond these dimensions, and any text or images not intended to bleed should be inset by 1/4 inch. Be sure to include bleeds and crop marks on final art .

INSTRUCTIONS FOR AD PREPARATION All files must be submitted digitally as high resolution PDF files or as high-resolution (300 dpi) JPG, TIFF or EPS files. Digital files must include all graphics and all fonts used (including fonts that appear in EPS graphics-such as logos created in Adobe Illustrator). For fonts, please be sure to include both PostScript files (printer fonts) and bitmap files (screen fonts). All files must be created as CMYK files with no additional spot colors. Please check to make sure your logos, etc. that may have been created with spot color have been converted to CMYK before being imported into the ad. Please note: Images downloaded from the Internet are not acceptable as their resolution is 72 dpi, and for print purposes images must be a minimum of 300 dpi. Media: Electronic ad files can be submitted as email attachments, and they must be smaller than 10 megabytes in size. Send email to ljones@ asaging.org.

Reservation and payment due by 2/5/20 Artwork due by 2/12/20 Ad artwork received after Feb. 12, 2020 may not be placed in the program. No refunds after 2/12/20.

Please call Linda Jones with any questions: (415) 974-9638.

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Conference Tote Bag Inserts Feature your product or service with a promotional insert in the conference tote bag!

The conference tote is distributed to nearly 3,000 attendees at the Aging in America Conference. Including an item in the tote bag is a great way to increase your exposure at the conference. Creative tote bag inserts are kept by attendees long after the conference. This opportunity is limited to the first 12 applicants.

SPECS: Confirmation with specifications, shipping information and deadlines will be provided when opportunity is secured. Production and shipping is the responsibility of the sponsor. COST: Exhibitor add-on $1,000 Non-exhibitor ala carte purchase $2,000 For more details on Marketing Opportunities contact Linda Jones at 415-974-96 38 or ljones @asaging.org. Bingo Card Traffic Builder Bingo cards featuring exhibit booths will be distributed to attendees, and they will be encouraged to visit the booths on the cards. Exhibitors who wish to participate will be given a stamp to mark attendees’ cards. There is no cost to participate, but exhibitors must indicate their interest in participating by choosing the option on the application form or notifying us at mktg@asaging.org . Conference Greeter Maximize your exposure by greeting attendees at the entrance to the exhibit hall. You have the option of setting up a table or standing at the entrance handing out promotional items to people as they walk in. COST: $500 per day

Support staff were really helpful. The traffic builders helped maintain consistent traffic during exhibit hours. NORC at the University of Chicago

The traffic was extensive and long. Very good. UMB/UMBC PhD Program in Gerontology

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Exhibitor Application American Society on Aging 2020 Conference of the American Society on Aging Atlanta, Georgia | March 24-27, 2020

Applications submitted through October 31, 2019may secure space at the early rate with a 50%deposit. Applications submitted after October 31, 2019 will secure space at the regular rate with a 50% deposit. Full and final payments are due by December 31, 2019.To maximize your opportunity for a preferred booth location, return your application on or before the priority placement and savings deadline of October 31, 2019. Space is assigned based upon a first come, first serve basis upon payment receipt. Please note all dates, times and deadlines previously posted, or posted within this application, are tentative and subject to change at ASA’s discretion. Furnishings are not automatically provided, but you have the option to choose a chair/table package below.

1. Exhibiting Company Information: Company name, address and website should be completed exactly as you would like it to appear in official publications

Company Name

Telephone

Mobile

Address 1

Address 2

Fax

City

State / Province

Toll-Free Number

Postal Code

Country

E-mail address

Website

2. Booth Contact Information: Only the designated contact(s) will receive exhibit communications and information from ASA

Telephone

Primary Contact Name

Title

Mobile

E-mail addres (mandatory)

Fax

(Email is the primary method of communication from ASA. The Exhibitor Service Kit and any other most pertinent exhibitor information will be emailed to the above address.)

3. Number of booths:

Booth Preference: 1st

2nd

3rd

4th

4. Rates:

$250 $190

Combined Literature Table Skirted 6’ table & chair in booth

Early Rate: On or before October 31

Gov’t/Nonprofit

Standard 8x10

Premium 8x10

$1,000

ASA member organization Nonmember organization*

$1,100 $1,600

$1,700 $2,200

$2,100 $2,600

Tote Bag Insert

$500

Greeter

$0

Bingo card square

Regular Rate: November 1-March 24

$550

ASA Organizational membership

Program Book Advertising: Full Page

ASA member organization Nonmember organization*

$1,300 $1,800

$1,900 $2,400

$2,300 $2,800

$1,100 $700 $450

Half Page

Quarter Page

*Join ASA now and get the lower member rate. Special exhibitor organizational rate: $550.

Payment: (ASA Tax ID #: 94-2292868) Make check payable to: American Society on Aging Balances due after advance deposits must be paid in full by December 31, 2019. No company may exhibit until full payment for booth space is received. Mail to: American Society on Aging 575 Market St., Suite 2100 San Francisco, CA 94105-2869 USA

5. Contract: I, the undersigned, hereby make application for exhibit space at the American Society on Aging (ASA) 2020 Aging in America Conference (AiA20).I am an authorized representative ofthis company with full power and authority to sign and deliver this application. Submission of this signed form is intended by you to be a binding agreement as to the terms and conditions contained herein. The company listed on this application agrees to comply with the policies, rules and regulations contained in the rules and regulations adopted by ASA hereinafter.

The undersigned understands and agrees that its application is subject to the terms of the Application and Agreement and that they will become part of any resulting Agreement.

Charge:

VISA

MasterCard

Amex

Amount $

Authorized Officer’s Name: (Please Print)

Title

CREDIT CARD NUMBER

Address on Card (if different from above)

EXPIRATION DATE

SECURITY CODE

Authorized Officer’s Signature (required)

Date

SIGNATURE

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Exhibitor Rules and Regulations / Booth Specifications The rules and regulations contained herein are intended by American Society on Aging (ASA) to serve the best interests of ASA, the conference meeting, the registrants and exhibitors, and to give notice to applicants and exhibitors of governing rules and regulations. The rules and regulations bind all applicants and exhibitors. Violation will result in loss of priority placement and ineligibility to participate in future Aging in America Conferences and/or other ASA exhibiting opportunities.

General Rules and Regulations The term “event” refers to Aging in America, the 2020 ASA Conference (AiA2020) to be held March 24-27, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. The event is owned, produced and managed by the American Society on Aging (“ASA”). The term “Exhibitor” refers to the organization or person that applied for and has been granted exhibit space rental and such applicant’s officers, directors, shareholders, employees, contractors, agents and representatives. Each applicant for booth space agrees that the terms and condition of these Rules and Regulations are made part of any resulting Agreement for the use of exhibit space. Applications (“Agreement”) for booth space must be made on the printed or electronic form provided by ASA, contain the information as requested, and be executed by an individual who has authority to act for the applicant. Whenever possible, space assignments will be made by ASA in keeping with the exhibitor’s preference. ASA reserves the right to make the final determination of all space assignments in the best interests of the Event. ASA reserves the right to reject any application for space. No exhibitor shall assign, sublet or share the space allotted with another business organization unless approval has been obtained in writing from ASA. Space Rental, Assignment of Location and Subletting Each exhibitor must name one person to be the representative in connection with installation, operation and removal of the exhibit. Such representatives shall be authorized to enter into such service contracts as may be necessary and for which the Exhibitor shall be responsible. The Exhibitor shall assume responsibility for having the representative in attendance throughout all exposition periods. Official Service Contractor Global Experience Specialists (GES) is the Official Service Contractor for this Event. Exhibitor Service Kits will be sent by the Official Service Contractor electronically. The Exhibitor Service Kit will include pertinent information regarding the Event, including, but not limited to, additional rules and regulations, display rules, installation/ dismantle schedules, official contractor order forms and pricing, shipping and drayage, utilities and building services, and audio/visual, all of which are incorporated and made part of the Agreement. Exhibitor’s Authorized Representative

Payment and Deposit Information Applications submitted through October 31, 2019 may secure space at the early rate with a 50% deposit. Applications submitted on or after November 1, 2019 will secure space at the regular rate with a 50% deposit. The balance of booth space payment is due December 31, 2019. All applications received after December 31, 2019 must be accompanied by the full booth fee. No company may set up booth space unless full payment has been received. Operation of Displays All demonstrations or other promotional activities including the distribution of circulars must be confined to the limits of the exhibit space. ASA reserves the right to restrict the operation of, or evict completely, any exhibit, which, in its sole opinion, detracts from the general character of the exposition as a whole. Microphones are not permitted. Exhibits which include the operation of musical instruments, radios, sound projection arranged so that the sound resulting from the demonstration will not disturb adjacent exhibitors and their patrons, nor cause the aisles to be blocked. Live animals are prohibited unless pre- approved by ASA. Liability ASA shall bear no liability for personnel injuries suffered by an exhibitor or that exhibitor’s employees, contractors or business invitees. ASA will also assume no liability for damage or loss of the property of an exhibitor or that exhibitor’s employees, contractors or business invitees, regardless of the cause, unless such injury or damage results from or is caused by the negligence or wrongful acts of ASA. Upon application for exhibit space, each exhibitor agrees to protect, indemnify, and hold harmless the American Society on Aging, GES and the contracted venue from any and all claims, liability, damages or expenses asserted against them or incurred by them as a result of, or in connection with, any loss of or damage to property, or injury to persons resulting from, arising out of, or in any way connected with the negligence or wrongful acts of the exhibitor or its agents, servants or employees. In no event shall ASA be liable to an exhibitor for any loss of business, business opportunities or any other type of direct or consequential damages alleged to be due from a breach of this contract. It is understood and agreed that the sole liability of ASA to the exhibitor for any breach of this contract equipment or any noisemaking machines must be conducted or

Shipping, Material Handling and Labor A material handling charge based on CWT (per 100 lbs. with a minimum of 200 lbs.) will be applicable if exhibitor freight is handled by GES. GES offers shipping to their advance warehouse up to 30 days prior to show. GES will deliver shipments to your booth by set-up time. The unloading of your shipment, transporting it to your booth, storing and returning your empty crates and cartons and reloading your shipment at the close of the show (also called Drayage).This service is not included in the cost of your booth space. Avoid unexpected costs at show site by pre-ordering this service. Shipping/Logistics costs are separate and are not included in Material Handling rates. GES Advance Warehouse shipping label and deadlines for delivery are available in the GES Service kit. Exhibitors may hand-carry their own materials into the exhibit facility if it can be hand carried by one person in one trip. The use of dollies, flat trucks and other mechanical equipment, however, is not permitted. GES will control access to the loading docks in order to provide for a safe and orderly move-in/move- out. If an exhibitor uses the loading dock for material delivery, GES material handling charges will apply. Listing and Promotional Materials By exhibiting at the Event, Exhibitor grants ASA a fully paid, perpetual, nonexclusive license to use, display and reproduce the name of the Exhibitor in any directory or listing of the Event exhibitors and to use such names in promotional materials. ASA shall not be liable for any errors in any listing or for omitting any Exhibitor from any directory or listing pertaining to the Event. Americans with Disabilities Act Exhibitors are fully responsible for compliance with all applicable provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) with regard to their booth space, including, but not limited to, wheelchair access provisions. Exhibitors shall indemnify, hold harmless, and defend ASA, its officers, directors, agents, members and employees from and against any claims, liabilities, losses, damages and expenses, including attorneys’ fees and expenses, resulting from or arising out of the exhibitor’s failure or allegations of exhibitor’s failure to comply with the provisions of the ADA.

shall be for the refund of all amounts paid by the exhibitor pursuant to this contract, as an exclusive remedy. Insurance It is the responsibility of each exhibiting organization to maintain adequate insurance coverage against injury to persons, damage to, or loss of property and against inability to meet its obligations outlined in the ASA policy. Each exhibiting company should carry its own insurance to cover exhibit materials against loss or damage, and general liability and personnel insurance of $1,000,000. Care of Building and Equipment Exhibiting companies or their agents will be held responsible for any injury, defacing and damage, done to the facility, booths, booth content or show equipment and décor by company employees or contracted personnel. No part of an exhibit, signs or other materials may be posted, nailed, taped or otherwise affixed to walls, columns, doors or floor surface in a way that will mar or deface the premises. Conduct ASA reserves the right, even after an application has been approved, to refuse exhibits or to curtail/close exhibits or part of exhibits that do not, in ASA’s determination, comply with the rules and regulations governing the conference; are contrary to ASA’s public policies, positions, statements or guidelines; or otherwise reflect unfavorably on the character of the meeting. ASA shall have full authority to interpret or amend rules and ASA’s decision is final. Exhibitors agree to abide by any rules and regulations that may hereafter be adopted. ASA reserves the right to prohibit any activities on the Exhibit Hall floor that have not been expressly permitted via approval of the AiA2020 Conference Booth Activities Form. Companies and organizations who do not have a contract to exhibit on file with ASA are prohibited from participating in the AiA2020 Conference or distributing any materials or any other type of activity within the Exhibit Hall. All issues not addressed are subject to the decision of ASA. Exhibitors and exhibit personnel are expected to wear badges in the Exhibit Hall during exhibit hours and while dismantling. All booths must be open and staffed during exhibit hours.

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Exhibitor Rules and Regulations / Booth Specifications continued

Fire and Safety All federal, state and local fire and safety regulations will be strictly enforced and the exhibitor assumes all responsibility for compliance with such regulations. All decorations must be flameproof and electrical wiring must meet the safety requirements of all building and city codes. No combustible material shall be stored in or around exhibit booths. Media and Press Policy All media personnel must register with ASA. Only reporters with official ASA badges will be permitted in the Exhibit Hall. No filming, recording or onsite interviewing is permitted without permission from the ASA Marketing Department. Please direct any questions to Jutka Mandoki at jmandoki@asaging.org. Security ASA provides perimeter security in the exhibit area during the Sessions. Exhibitors are reminded that booth security and the protection of valuable items inside the booth space may require additional security at the exhibitor’s own expense. ASA is not responsible for lost or stolen equipment or materials at any time.or materials at any time. Booth Specifications In-Line and Corner 8’ x 10’ Booths Display material for in-line and perimeter booths is restricted to a maximum height of 4’ (1.22M) in the front 5’ (1.52M) of the booth, and 8’ (2.5M) in the rear 5’ (1.52M) of the booth. The back wall on in-lines and corner booths is limited to 8’ (2.5M) in height, including signs or company name, logo or product information. Each in-line and corner booth will have an 8’ high draped background and 3’ high drape divider defining the sides of the space. Portable spotlights attached to booths and/or an endcap must be UL approved clamp-on types with porcelain base and metal guards. Clip- on types are not allowed. Spotlights may not exceed the height limitations as set under the Booth Construction Guidelines. Exposed or unfinished sides and/or exhibit backgrounds must be draped to present an attractive appearance. Exhibits will be inspected during the move-in and the service contractor, with the approval of the Exhibit Manager, will provide draping deemed necessary for exposed unfinished areas and submit the bill to the exhibitor.

Endcap Booth An “endcap” is defined as a 10’ x 16’ space having 3 aisles faced toward the cross aisle at end of a row of traditional 8’ x 10’ linear booths. Certain restrictions apply to an endcap display. 1) Any portion of the exhibit bordering another exhibitor’s booth must have the back side of that portion finished and must not carry identification signs or other copy that would detract from the adjoining exhibit; 2) the back wall is limited to 16 feet wide, 8 feet high centered across the 16-foot back wall area. All display fixtures over 42 inches high must be confined to those areas of the booth that are at least 5 feet from the aisle line to avoid blocking the sightline from the aisle to the adjoining booth. Exhibitors adjoining to an endcap exhibitor are entitled to the same reasonable sightline from the aisle as they would expect if they were adjacent to an exhibitor with a standard booth. Hanging signs are not permitted. Installation Target freight move-in begins at 8:00 AM on Monday, March 23. General exhibitor installation begins Tuesday, March 24 at 8:00 AM. All cartons will be removed from the show floor and all exhibits must be set up by 3:00 PM on Tuesday, March 24. Booth confirmation, exhibitor badges and / or labor wristbands will be required for installation admittance for both labor and exhibit personnel. Proof of identification such as a company business card or authorization letter on exhibiting company’s letterhead must be presented to receive labor wristbands for installation. Booth space must be paid in full prior to booth installation. Dismantling of Exhibits ASA and the host site do not assume any responsibility for loss or damage to exhibits, equipment, personal belongings, etc. during the installation and dismantling periods. Exhibitors

Installation and Dismantling Labor The Decorating Contractor has an agreement with the hotel to provide labor for display installation and dismantling. Full-time employees of the exhibiting companies may set their own exhibits without assistance in a booth no larger than a 10’ x 16’. Exhibits larger than 160 sq. ft. must use personnel supplied by the Official Decorating Contractor. The Decorating Contractor or hotel must render any local services that may be required beyond what your regular full-time employees can provide. Exhibitor-Appointed Contractors The contract for space is between ASA and the exhibiting company. As such, ASA will work only with the exhibiting company. Coordination with exhibitor-appointed contractors is the responsibility of the exhibiting company. Exhibiting companies are responsible for notifying the exhibitor- appointed contractor of ASA’s rules and regulations. The Exhibitor Service Kit will be sent to the exhibitor contact only, not to the exhibitor-appointed contractor. Cancellation/Space Reduction All space reductions/cancellations must be received in writing. In the event that ASA receives written notification by December 31, 2019, all sums paid by the exhibitor, less a service charge of 50% of the total cost of the exhibition or sponsorship opportunity fee, will be refunded. No refunds will be given for reductions in space or cancellations received after December 31, 2019. Show Cancellation This agreement will be automatically terminated in the event the conference is cancelled due to causes that are beyond reasonable control (i.e., acts of God, war, terrorism, government regulations, disaster, fire, strikes, civil disorder, curtailment of transportation facilities, or other similar cause beyond the control of the parties making it inadvisable, illegal or impossible to hold the show). ASA cannot be held liable for unforeseen expenses incurred due to the force majeure cancellation, and all payments are non-refundable.

Integration These Rules and Regulations and the application form constitute the full and complete Agreement between the parties, which Agreement is binding and supersedes all previous negotiations and understandings with respect to the content of the Agreement. Waiver No waiver by either party of any term or provision of this Agreement shall be deemed a waiver of any preceding or succeeding breach of the same term or provision or any other condition or provision. Dispute Resolution In the event of any claim or dispute arising out of these Rules and Regulations, the parties shall first submit the claim or dispute to mediation Francisco, California. In the event that mediation fails to solve all issues, the parties shall submit all remaining issues to arbitration under the procedures of the American Arbitration Association in San Francisco, California; the prevailing party shall be entitled to reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses in accordance with those procedures. under the rules of the American Arbitration Association in San

must be packed and ready for shipment by time designated by ASA’s official decorator.

The undersigned understands and agrees that its application is subject to the terms of the Application and Agreement and that they will become part of any resulting Agreement.

Authorized Signature

Date

Print Name

Company Name

ASA accepts the above application such that the Agreement between ASA and Applicant/ Exhibitor is entered into as of this date.

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Opportunities for Additional Exposure! The Aging in America conference offers several avenues for increased visibility beyond your exhibit through a number of sponsorship opportunities. For details, visit www.asaging.org/aia.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS AND EVENTS :: General Sessions | $55,000–$65,000 (Three exclusive sponsorships available.) :: Highlighted Sessions | $5,500 :: ASA National Forums | $25,000 (exclusive) & $10,000 (partial) NETWORKING EVENTS AND RECEPTIONS :: Exhibit Hall and Grand Opening Reception | $5,500 (partial) :: Exhibit Hall Coffee Break | $3,000 :: First-Time Attendee and Emerging Professionals Orientation | $2,000 :: Business Focus Group | $5,500 (plus catering expenses)

SPECIALTY ITEMS :: Conference Bag Tags | $5,500 :: Mobile App | $2,500 :: Registration Badge Holders | $10,000 :: Photo booth | $3,000 per day :: Chair Massages | $10,000 (exclusive) :: Water Bottles | $15,000 (exclusive)

For more details on these opportunities, contact Carole Anderson at 415-974-96 32 or canderson @asaging.org.

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Previous Exhibitors and Sponsors (partial list) AARP Abbott Nutrition Accessible Solutions, Inc. AccentCare Active Rx Acumen ADT Health Advanced Telehealth Solutions Aegis Therapies Allied Powers LLC Alzheimer’s Association Genworth Gerontological Society of America Gerontology @ UMass Boston GlaxoSmithKline

Philips Lifeline PhRMA Pioneer Network Preferred Population Health Management Project Lifesaver International Quest Diagnostics Reliable Caregivers ResCare Resistance Dynamics REST (Respite Education and Support Tools)

Golden Gourmet Meals Grantmakers in Aging Great Call Hamilton CapTel Hasbro’s Joy for All Health and Aging Policy Fellows Program Health and Retirement Study HealthSense, Inc. HeartMath HELPS Nonprofit Law Firm Home Care Assistance Home Care Delivered, Inc. Home Delivery Incontinent Supplies Home Instead Senior Care Humana at Home Honor Home Care Independent Living Systems InnovAge Inspired Caregivers Integrative Memory Enhancement Program Intel Johnson & Johnson Kaiser Permanente International Council on Active Aging Journeyworks Publishing Lifeshare Technologies Meals on Wheels America Medicare’s Limited Income NET Program Miracle Walkers

Right at Home, Inc. Routledge Journals RTZ Associates, Inc. SCAN Health Plan Senior Helpers

American Foundation for the Blind American Optometric Association American Red Cross Ameriprise Financial Services AmeriHealth Caritas Amramp Archstone Foundation Assurex Health AstraZeneca AT&T Bank of America Merrill Lynch Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging

Senior Reach SimplyHome SeniorTV Shower Buddy Silver Cuisine by bistroMD Smart Care Consultants Springer Publishing Sprint CapTel

Better Medicare Alliance BrightFocus Foundation Calmoseptine, Inc. Cancer Support Community

Swift Alarm, USA & Canada, Ltd. Tailored Care Enterprises, LLC The Clorox Company

The Hartford Tivity Health Tollos Tunstall U.S. EPA Aging Initiative UCI Center of Excellence in Elder Abuse & Neglect UMBC Aging/The Erickson School United States Social Security Administration UnitedHealthcare Universal Mobility, LLC University of Florida University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community University of La Verne University of Michigan School of Social Work University of Nebraska at Omaha, Department of Gerontology University of Northern Colorado U.S. Fire Administration USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology Valley Services, Inc.

CaptionCall CareAccess Caring Senior Service

Caring Transitions CDW Healthcare Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation Cigna Clarity CMI Health Compassion & Choices Care Indeed Consortium for Older Adult Wellness Consumer Direct/Better at Home Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Mom’s Meals NourishCare Musical Health Technologies National Asian Pacific Center on Aging National Association of Area Agencies on Aging National Center for Health Statistics National Center on Elder Abuse National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare National Council on Aging National Federation of the Blind

National Institute on Aging National Library of Medicine NCQA NeighborWorks America Nestle Health Science Network of Care Next Avenue NuStep Panasonic Panoramic Software, Inc Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute Parkinson’s Disease Foundation Pension Rights Center Pfizer, Inc.

Office for Older Americans Coventry Health Care, Inc. CVS Health Defeat Malnutrition Today Dynalab Inc. Emeritus Senior Living Evercare

Verizon Communications Veterans Care Coordination

Visiting Angels WalkerWonder Walkjoy, Inc. Walmart/Sam’s Club

Exordium Networks Experience Works FDA Office of Women’s Health FDA/CDER GAITRite — CIR Systems Generations on Line Genoa, a Qol Healthcare Company

WellCareWellMed Charitable Foundation Wells Fargo Life Management Services West Health Western Union

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