Exhibitors

Reserve Your Space!

The 2017 Colorado Advocacy in Action Conference has a small number of spaces for exhibitors, consisting of one draped 6-foot table and 2 chairs. All materials/displays must fit on top of the table. There will be no space for stand-alone displays. The exhibit area will be in a high-traffic space just outside of the ballroom where all meals and plenary presentations take place.

The primary target audience for the Colorado Advocacy in Action Conference includes domestic / sexual violence advocates, victims / survivors, volunteers and board members of community-based advocacy organizations. Exhibitors should offer information / products / materials / services that will be useful and appealing to this audience. Exhibitors may sell products/services on site at the conference.

Please note that purchase of an exhibit table does not include conference registration or participation in any conference meals or events.

Your location will be assigned by the Colorado Advocacy In Action, Event Coordinator and will be based on first come, first served. No Exceptions.

The deadline to purchase a table is May 26, 2017.

Exhibitor Investment:

CCADV/CCASA Member
Exhibit Space

  • 6ft table top space
  • Conference meals (3 breakfast, 2 lunches)
  • Attend keynote lunch
  • Networking mixer
  • Registration to sessions NOT INCLUDED

$175 without Electricity
$225 with Electricity

Become an Exhibitor

Non-Member
Exhibit Space

  • 6ft table top space
  • Conference meals (3 breakfast, 2 lunches)
  • Attend keynote lunch
  • Networking mixer
  • Registration to sessions NOT INCLUDED

$200 without Electricity
$250 with Electricity

Become an Exhibitor

Your location will be assigned by the Colorado Advocacy In Action, Event Coordinator and will be based on first come, first served. No Exceptions. Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault reserve the right to decline exhibitors that may conflict with the mission of the conference.

CCADV and CCASA support an empowerment philosophy for supporting survivors and holding perpetrators accountable. We believe that that the only person responsible for preventing an assault is the person who is going to commit it. A victim is never at fault for their assault, no matter what they do (or don’t do). Additionally, we believe that survivors should be presented with information about all of their options and supported in deciding and acting on what will work best for them in their specific situation. Exhibitors at our conference must support and promote this philosophy within their own work.

Because we frequently receive information and requests to share “self-defense” services and “personal safety” products at our conference, we have also developed the following statement:

Self-Defense and Personal Safety Products

We recognize that for some people, personal empowerment and self-advocacy involves learning any number of personal protection strategies. However, we believe that personal empowerment and protection strategies differ from traditional self-defense courses that primarily focus on physical defense strategies to be used in an instance of stranger assault. While we understand that stranger assault does occur, what we know is the vast majority of violence occurs between people who know each other, which presents unique challenges. Additionally, assaults happen within a cultural context that blames victims and excuses perpetrators. We believe that, in order to truly be empowering, personal empowerment and protection strategies must address these underlying conditions and work to break them down. Therefore, to be considered as an exhibitor at our conference, “self-defense” programs must provide a holistic approach that incorporates these beliefs.

The deadline to purchase a table is May 26, 2017.

Payments can be made by credit card or check. All exhibitors must complete and returned a signed exhibitor form with payment. If paying by check, it must be received by June 2, 2017.

Print the Exhibitor Form and return via fax, email or mail:

Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Attn: Colorado Advocacy in Action Conference
P.O. Box 40328
Denver, CO 80204

Fax: (303) 675-6711
Email: conference@ccadv.org

If you have any questions regarding the conference or exhibit space, please contact Marci Whitman, (303) 521-0201 or conference@ccadv.org.