Support other opportunities to further enhance your company's presence and extend your branding and marketing well beyond this year's conference. Some of the sponsorship packages include email blasts, pre-event and post-event mailing lists, ads in ASAM Weekly, acknowledgement flyer in the attendee tote bag, and on-site conference signage noting your level of support.
|Complimentary Exhibitor Badges||6||4||2|
|One-time use of ASAM membership postal mailing list||Yes|
|Conference attendee postal mailing lists (Pre and Post-event)||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Support ID level displayed on conference website||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Prominent Support ID/Signage level displayed on-site at the conference||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Acknowledgement flyer displaying level of support in attendee tote bag||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Recognition in ASAM's daily, on-site e-newspaper, ASAM Annual Daily News||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
$5,000 - Multiple Sponsorships Available
A great way to show broad support for ASAM. Grants can go to the ASAM Annual Conference or to the Pre-Conference Courses. Sponsors will be acknowledged in final conference program.
e-Learning Center Sessions
$2,500/credit - Multiple Sponsorships Available
Receive long lasting exposure to attendees and other non-attendees through sponsorship of sessions on the e-Learning Center. These sessions will be available on a complimentary basis to individuals visiting ASAM’s e-Learning Center for twelve (12) months.
Satellite and Ancillary Meetings
Meet and network with a select group of attendees at the conference. An email can be sent out to attendees before the conference with an invitation to your event. Meetings are subject to ASAM approval and must be outside of conference hours. Meeting logistics must be arranged directly with the hotel at an additional cost.
Visit the following link for pricing: Satellite Symposia Space Request Form
NOTE: All satellite meeting promotional invites and on-site signage must include the following language, “This event is not part of the official ASAM Annual Conference as planned by its Program Committee.”