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Exhibitor Information

Exhibit Your Products and Services at the 2013 Autism New Jersey Annual Conference

Join the impressive roster of companies and organizations that showcase their products and services to more than 1,200 autism education and healthcare professionals, teachers, behavior analysts, speech and language professionals, parents and advocates during Autism New Jersey’s annual conference. Don't miss out on this valuable opportunity!


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Exhibitor Options:

Deadline for submission: Extended to September 13, 2013

Exhibitor Fees:

       Rate      Additional Space
Vendor $850 $450
Must have 501 (c)(3) status
$650 $350
Autism New Jersey
Organization Member
$500 $300


Exhibitor Ad Packages:

Drive traffic to your exhibit booth with these options.  Visit our Advertising Section to learn more.

    Org. Member Rate Non-Member Rate
Add a banner ad in Conference Program    $225 $250
Add an enhanced mobile app profile $45 $50
Add a mobile app banner ad $450 $500


Member Discounts:

Not a member, but want to take advantage of the Autism New Jersey organization member rate? Membership applications for organizations (non-profit $750; for-profit $1,000) are available here.

Exhibit Hours:

Set Up:  Wednesday 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Day 1:  Thursday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Day 2:  Friday 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Dismantling:  Friday 3:0 0pm

Exhibit Information:

  • All vendors, workshops and events will be on the 4th floor of the Convention Center.
  • Continental breakfast and box lunch are included in the registration fee.
  • EventMobi – all attendees can find you from their smart phones through the mobile show guide.
  • Conference exhibit guide included in each program.
  • All exhibitors will be included in a web "Exhibitor Directory" posted on

Exhibitor Terms:

For complete exhibitor terms and contract, click here.

Consistent with Autism New Jersey’s Position Statement on Treatment Recommendations, the agency will not accept exhibitors who promote Auditory Integration Training and other types of listening programs, Facilitated Communication, Psychoanalysis, Secretin and any other intervention the agency deems unacceptable. Click here for Autism New Jersey’s Position Statement on Treatment Recommendations.

For more information, contact:

Elizabeth Neumann, M.A., BCaBA
Professional Services Coordinator and Conference Coordinator
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