OACC's Conference Sponsor and Exhibitor Registration Open

May 29, 30 & 31, 2013
OACC's 40th Annual Conference

Caesars Hotel & Casino, Windsor

Sign up early as tables sell out quick!

Sponsorship Opportunities
Please note there is a new structure to the sponsorship opportunities being offered. For complete details on all of the options available the Exhibitor/Sponsor Package can be viewed below.

Exhibit Space
The 2013 conference consist of 6' draped tabletop space. The cost per exhibit space shall be $995 for members and $1200 for non-members (taxes included). Payment of 50% deposit is due with the return of the registration form, full payment must be received by May 1, 2013. (Please note that failure to remit payment in full by May 1, 2013 may result in the re-assignment of the reserved booth to another exhibitor.)

To find out more download the OACC Conference 2013 Exhibitor/Sponsor Package below or call April Chato at (519) 752-2124 Ext. 113.

Download the package for information and to register or register online.

Download the package for information and to register or register online.

Click here to register online

OACC Conference 2013 Exhibitor/Sponsor Package

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