Sponsor/Exhibitor Registration

What's the difference between Sponsor and Exhibitor

All of our Sponsors and Exhibitors are important. We show our thanks by offering several ways that you can be a part of the conference.

  • Sponsors Only: Those that want to support the conference monetarily, but don’t want to have a table/exhibit at the event.

  • Sponsor & Exhibitor: Those that want to exhibit but still want the benefits of a sponsor such a verbal recognition throughout the conference.

  • Exhibitor: Those who just want to just exhibit and set up a table in our Exhibitor Area during the conference.

 

Download the Guide

Sponsor and Exhibitor PDF Guide

Sponsor & Exhibitor Placement

When we assign exhibition spaces at our conference we go in the order of level of giving. When deciding your level of sponsorship, please consider this in your decision.

Sign-up Form

The information you submit below is what will be included on our website and print information, so please make sure you submit items you want us to use for marketing.

Sponsor/Exhibitor Sign-up Form
Billing:
  • Once submission is received an invoice will be sent to the email you have listed above

  • Please forward the invoice to your appropriate billing department

  • We prefer credit card payment, however we understand sometimes a check needs to be submitted

  •  if so:   Make payable to NC Main Street Partners, PO Box 18168, Raleigh, NC 27619

  • PAYMENT DUE BY DECEMBER 1st

Select Your Level

* Please remember, if you are exhibiting we place the exhibitors in the order of giving.  

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