San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Department of Hospitality, Tourism, and Events Management
March 1, 2013
Dear Prospective Exhibitor,
A 5280 Wedding Expo, hosted by the Department of Hospitality, Tourism, and Events Management will be held on Friday May 10, 2013. Exhibit hours will be held from 11:00am to 3:00pm on the Aruaria Campus in the St. Cajetans center.
We would like to invite Denver’s finest wedding specialists to exhibit products and services to a campus of 37,000 students ranging in age from 18-40 years. The average age of students is 26 years old and females make up 56% of campus population.
Deadline for Early Registration is April 5, 2013 at the cost of $250.00.
As of April 6, 2013 and later, the price per booth will increase to $300.00. Purchase of exhibit booth includes the following:
· A divided and draped 8’ X 10’ exhibit booth space
· A 6’ skirted table
· 2 chairs
· Discounted parking
· All promotional efforts (to include social media, signage, print, website, and digital display board on campus)
· Discounts available for MSU Denver Alumni and Students
Two Premier booths are available for an additional $100.00. Premier booths are located on the stage of St. Cajetans, and will include a 5’ round skirted table instead of the 6’ skirted booth table. Premier booths will also be featured in advertising, and have premier exposure.
We must advise you that space is limited and we can only accept registration on a first come, first serve basis, including premier booths. No exhibit booths will be reserved until an exhibitor registration form has been completed and submitted with payment. A registration form is attached for your convenience.
We look forward to seeing you there. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ivy Barron, Sales Team Chair at (928) 853- 1546 or E-mail at email@example.com or Anne O’Neill, Tradeshow Professor at (303) 556- 3152 or E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professor Anne O’Neill, CMP, CAE
MSU Denver Faculty
Ms. Ivy Barron
Sales Team Chair