Exhibit at the Wilderness Celebration Exhibition
The Wilderness Celebration Exhibition is part of the National Wilderness Conference. The Northwest Exhibit Hall floor plan is organized around the six conference tracks to feature diverse representation of organizations embodying:
- Civic Engagement
The Northwest Exhibit Hall also showcases:
- The Wilderness Awareness Trail, an interpretive education experience for all ages
- "Wilderness Forever" photography contest winners
- Internet Cafe showcasing Silent Auction Items
- Creativity Forest
- Children's View of Wilderness Quilt
Premium exhibits will also be strategically placed outside of meeting rooms in the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque. Hours are designed to showcase your organization to conference attendees and on Saturday, the conference is open to the general public and culminates with the 'Get Wild' Festival in adjacent Civic Plaza (tent space rentals at the festival are also available).
Exhibit space is $12.50/square foot for the Northwest Exhibit Hall and $20.00/square foot for premium exhibits. Exhibit space is limited.
Exhibit hall schedule:
- 10/16/14 - Exhibition is open 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM; open to conference attendees
- 10/17/14 - Exhibition is open 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM; 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM open to local school children, their teachers and parents; 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM open to the conference attendees
- 10/18/14 - Exhibition is open 9:00 AM - noon; open to the public and conference attendees
Exhibit at the 'Get Wild' Festival
The public, outdoor 'Get Wild' Festival in Civic Plaza will occur on October 18 from 2-8pm and will draw both conference attendees and the New Mexico public. Tent exhibit spaces are available for $300/10x10 foot space, with discounted rates available to non-profit organizations and local businesses.
As part of the Wilderness Celebration Exhibition and 'Get Wild' Festival, your organization will have the opportunity to reach:
- 1,000-1,200 nationwide conference attendees directly responsible for wilderness stewardship, preservation and management, including top NGOs, federal agencies, youth groups, scientists, and concerned citizens.
- 1,200-1,500 school-aged children, teachers, and parents at the interpretative Wilderness Awareness Trail.
- 2,500-3,000 New Mexico residents from Albuquerque and surrounding communities at public conference and exhibit hall day and 'Get Wild' Festival on Saturday, October 18th.
Additional sponsorship opportunities are available and many sponsorship levels include complimentary exhibit space. For more information about exhibiting or sponsorship, download the tri-fold exhibitor brochure or contact:
Lee Lambert, Executive Director
Society for Wilderness Stewardship